ABOUT THE CHAMPIONSHIP
The Northern Karting Federation is a clubman championship designed to give the Club driver a chance to go for a championship without incurring too many costs in travel and entries. The idea is that the Championship contenders race in the club grids, therefore helping the smaller clubs at their meetings, and also giving the competitors a decent grid to race in. The competitors race only against each other for points and, although they are racing with non-championship drivers, they do not take points away from our competitors.
All classes are running this year subject, of course, to minimum registration numbers, and they will run to the regulations for each class outlined in the 2019 Kart YearBook. All our dates and venues can be found on our website with championships for the Junior and Senior drivers and one for the Gearbox drivers.
0nce again, the ABkC have asked our organisation to run their prestigious Formula KZ UK and Formula 250 National Super 4 championship. We have formulated a championship with the clubs which will run in conjunction with our own NKF championship in the hope that this will also keep the costs reduced for our gearbox drivers.
We do not run controlled fuel or tyres for our championship, although one set of tyres only is allowed per meeting. In order to help reduce costs, the tyres for the Iame and Honda classes are restricted this year to 2 sets for the whole year. Check out the regulations for full details. Fuel to Motorsport UK guidelines.
If you like the idea of the Championship but would like more details then speak to Malcolm Fell on 01229 463748.