The 2014 British Schools Karting Championship is now open for teams to register.
The local stages of the competition will take place between 10 - 28 March. Registration will be open until 21 Feb but teams are recommended to book early to make sure that their place is guaranteed.
Now in its eighth year, the BSKC offers students aged 13 to 18 the opportunity to take part in an exciting, nationwide knockout karting competition that does not require previous experience, equipment or substantial expense.
Any school, academy or college can enter the BSKC in teams of three by registering at www.bskc.co.uk/register
Mark Turner, BSKC Manager, said: “Teams can now put themselves on the grid to race in the largest schools karting competition in the country. The BSKC was created to make karting more accessible to schools. It appeals to students from different backgrounds and its low cost allows everyone to take part.”
As well as the overall BSKC champions, regional champions will also be crowned for teams competing in London & South East, South West, East of England, Midlands, North East, North West, Yorkshire & Humber, South and Scotland.
The total cost of entry for the BSKC is £165 for a team of three students (£55 per driver). This includes the use of all equipment, a practice session and entry into the local heats and regional finals if the teams make it that far.