rok super one

We are pleased to announce that the Super One Series are having their presentation at this years KartMania. Super One have supported of the show for many years and its great to have them with us again this year.


ASGUK and the Academy Scholarship Program for 2020

ASGUK is a profiling company with over 30 years of experience in competitive sports and 16 years of supporting athletes from any sport at any level in reaching the next stage of their career through marketing, media and PR management.

 Over the years ASGUK has increased their business and are now working with over 7500 sporting partners from over 190 sports, with Motorsports being a major part of the business due to the director’s background in Motocross.

The main role of ASGUK is to help make their sporting partners more commercial viable which will, in turn, help them, reach, secure and maintain commercial partners.

They do this over 3 packages, a FREE package which allows a partner to use the ASGUK network to gain a larger audience for their news and results, a social media package where ASGUK support their sporting partner with their social media helping to increase their audience and engagement levels and finally their full commercial package.

ASGUK have kindly donated a commercial package as a prize for this year Kart Sims Championships at Kartmania. The commercial package is as the previous to package but with the additional support on all things commercial to do with their sport. This could be things like commercial partnerships, marketing events, sports coaching and even PR training. Really helping their sporting partner take those next steps to a full-time sports career.

In addition to these programs, ASGUK has stepped into the world of sports education and taking their coaching further in their ASGUK Academy. Starting in 2019 with a Motocross academy, which has gone well helping a number of athletes step up to a national level and gain further success on and off the track. But in 2020 they have paired up with the newly re-formed Triple Eight Racing and Engineering to form a Karting Academy. This will see 10 drivers, 5 under 16, and 5 over 16 receive a level of support equal to or greater than the registration fee, which is £150. In addition to the commercial package prize, ASGUK has also donated registrations as prizes in this year’s sims competition as well.

What makes this a great program is that 1 driver from each age group will be awarded a full scholarship. This will include registrations and entries to a national championship, as well as branded kit and equipment for their racing, plus many other aspects such as coaching and training, social media and commercial support and much more… well worth £££’s and will clearly help someone make those progressive steps in 2020.

For more information please pop and see ASGUK at Kartmain this year, they will be up with the SIMS championship, and while you’re there get booked on for a chance to win some great prizes from ASGUK and many other supporting companies.

Kelgate brakes will be exhibiting at KartMania

Recent wins for Kelgate brake users include Scott Clee driving a ROTAX in the London Cup at Rye House, the MS Kart team raced in the Spa 24 hour race and took 1st & 2nd place. They also won the British 24 hour race at Teeside using Kelgate brakes. On the other side of the World, Superkart racer Anton Stevens took the Victoria State Cup at Phillip Island & currently leads the Australian Superkart Championship.

Kelgate Racing

Kelgate racing

Don’t forget the ever popular KartBoot, if you want to take advantage of this and sell all your old and used kart parts you must contact Martin now to book in or to confirm your place if already booked!