We’ve had a lot of interest in still running this year’s British Championship as a weekend event, it will now be on 20/21st August, in placed of our grass championship round, which we’ve moved to 23rd October.
Despite rumours we are still running shale meetings, we’ve booked the summer evening for Friday 2nd September which will include finals for this year’s GP. Winter dates will be announced later in the year.
Here’s our updated calendar.
Sunday 31st July Grass Round 2
Saturday 20th August British Funday
Sunday 21st August Grass British Championship
Friday 2nd September Shale Evening & GP at Adrian Flux Arena, King’s Lynn
Sunday 25th September Grass Round 3
Sunday 23rd October Grass Round 4
Sunday 30th October Grass Round 5
All grass meetings this season will be held at
This will give our own field a whole year for the new grass to establish.
The Wisbech & District Kart Racing Club (WDKRC) is one of only three grass karting clubs in the country, and is also the largest of the three. For more in-depth information about the club, please follow this link. Club History
The other two grass kart clubs and also our close neighbours and racing colleagues are the Bourne and the Coningsby kart clubs.
To find out more about the Bourne and the Coningsby kart clubs, please follow the Links to their websites.
WDKRC ‘Grass Championship’ race meetings are held on our own club field in Manea, Cambridgeshire. on the fourth Sunday of the month, from April to October. Please see Race Dates for more info and times.
Throughout the winter months, from November to March, the club host the WDKRC Winter national set of meetings, which are held on the ‘Shale’ circuit at the Norfolk Arena in King’s Lynn. These meetings are held on the second Sunday of the month.
Please see Race Dates for more info and times.
The WDKRC are also the proud hosts, and have been since it’s inception 5 years ago, to the ‘British Championships’ for grass karting.
The ‘British Championships’ are a three day event, hosted on our Manea field in July of each year. Please follow the links to ‘Race Dates’ and ‘British Championships’, for more information.
The WDKRC’s proudest boast is the great atmosphere of friendship and the very family oriented basis on which the club exists. Membership to race with the club starts from the age of seven (7) years, and has no upper limit. Many families belong to and race with the club, seeing many generations of the family both current and past enjoying the facilities and challenges that the club presents. This in no way detracts from the seriousness with which these members contest their sport, with all members racing competitively on the track, whilst maintaining great off the track friendships.
Like all clubs, the WDKRC are always pleased to welcome new members, and offer great advice and support to anyone wishing to join our club. If you would like to just pop along to a race meeting to see what we are all about, please do so. Entrance to our events is FREE to all. If you like what you see and would like to have a go, just introduce yourselves on the day and we will be pleased to welcome you and advise you accordingly.
70cc 1st 13 Sonny Wright 2nd 88 Jack Goodliffe 3rd 1 Tyler Holt 90cc 1st 46 Jemma Gilbert 2nd 13 Frankie Wright 3rd 61 Nathan Tatton 125cc 4 stroke Junior 1st 55 Sam Russell 2nd 32 Charlotte Gilbert 3rd 44 Bradley Galley 125 2 stroke 1st 24 Andrew Nunn 25
Points Results 70cc 1st 88 Jack Goodliffe 2nd 56 Latisha Russell 3rd 13 Sonny Wright 90cc 1st 46 Jemma Gilbert 2nd 13 Frankie Wright 3rd 61 Nathan Tatton 125 Junior 1st 99 Kieran Flowers 2nd 43 Marcus Gilbert 3rd 16 Ben Brooks 125 2 stroke 1st 38 Kevin Sm
70cc 1st 88 Jack Goodliffe 2nd 13 Sonny Wright 3rd 56 Latisha Russell 90cc 1st 99 Jack Rolfe 2nd 84 William Cole 3rd 44 Grady Goode 125 Junior 1st 99 Kieran Flowers 2nd 43 Marcus Gilbert 3rd 44 Bradley Galley 125 2 stroke 1st 38 Kevin Smith 250 4 stroke 1
This years team racing was hosted by Bourne Kart Club. Firstly I’d like to wish Alex Ward a speedy recovery after his accident yesterday and thank everyone who helped him, especially Harry Hall & Jamie Huntingdon, who along with the onsite ambul