EARLY BIRD TERMS AND CONDITIONS
- Only available with Early Bird online bookings.
- Not available when booking onsite.
- Not available on Public / Bank Holidays.
- Free Laps can not be exchanged for any other item.
- Free Laps can not be exchanged for cash.
EARLY BIRD TERMS AND CONDITIONS
To the worlds biggest Coffee Morning with Macmillan. We will be grinding our fresh beaned coffee and baking a selection of delicious cakes for you to enjoy while raising money for the Macmillan Charity.
If you would like to get involved please contact: email@example.com
Eddie has booked his ticket.
Eddie will be flying to Los Angeles on 28th August. He estimates it will take him 50 days to cycle across America to end up at his final destination New York City.
Eddie will be cycling on his own, so if you see him on route. Show your support and offer him a cuppa or a bed for the night.
We will do our very best to update you with Eddie’s progress along the way. You can follow Eddie via his website www.gygkarting.com or the gygkarting social media sites.
Planned Route, I think! Starting off at Los Angeles heading to Arizona, Death Valley first then Las Vegas, Ho0ver Dam, Grand Canyon, Albuquergue, New Mexico, Texas, Amerillo, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Nashville, West Virgina (Blue Rich Mountains) to New york City.
We are using the ‘Find your iphone’ app to find Eddie and we will update you as soon as we have found him.
29th August: Eddie landed last night in Inglewood, Los Angeles at 11am UK time, 3pm USA Time after a long 11 hour flight.
30th August: Eddie has been found, in Upland at Incycle Bicycles shopping for bikes! Cycled over 60 miles so far from Inglewood.
Day 1, Eddie Cycles over 120 miles from IngleWood, Los Angeles to a hotel near Victorville.
Day 1, Eddie’s Route – Marked in Red
Text from Eddie ” It’s 104 degrees, it’s really hot, it’s hard going” Eddie arrives in Las Vegas at the Bellagio, after cycling over 220 miles in the dessert heat.
Eddie cycled to a Hotel along the dessert road as the heat was to much, over 107 degrees.
Eddie has been found cycling on 93 past Boulder City up to Hover Dam.
Eddie stays the night in Williams, Arizona and takes a rest day…!!
After cycling over 800 miles in 6 days, Eddie arrives at the Grand Canyon.
We challenge you to GYG OLYMPIA.
Are you up for the challenge?
Discount is available on all Zip World Adventures.
Ask a member of staff onsite for full details.
Book your Zip World Adventure via calling: 01248 601444
Website: www.zipworld.com use promo code: gygkarting
Building a new fence along the road to the car park to make the site look more attractive.
To sponsor any of our projects contact Gemma on: 01490 420 770
We now have * LIVE TIMING *
We have invested in a NEW TIMING SYSTEM to provide you with the ultimate racing experience and live timing from the comfort of your own home.
You can watch all our Corporate Events and Racing Events now *LIVE*
See a high speed test at the renowned FIA Kart Circuit, one of the Largest Circuits in the UK.
Good spectator opportunities and facilities including café. The 2016 Three Castles entry list is now closed, but you can still download the regulations and brochure HERE. For the latest news and updates click NEWS. To view and download the entry list and spectator information please click HERE
|Event Date||3rd June|
|Categories||Classic & Heritage|
|First Car||expected at 3:20pm|
|Refreshments||Tea served in Suite|
Going motor racing is always going to cost money and karting is no different. However, as CLUB100 is an “arrive & drive” series, racing budgets can be worked out at the start of the season and there are no hidden extras to worry about. No transportation, storage or preparation worries, no damage costs and no engine rebuilds to pay for. This creates a level playing field for all the drivers and allows you to concentrate simply on your racing.
Even if you’ve done some other kart racing, being successful in the CLUB100 Sprint Series takes some specific driver skills that need to be developed. And as you’ll be racing against some of the best drivers in the applicable classes, try not to be too hard on yourself in your first season as it can be a steep learning curve.
Firstly, you need to become very familiar with the CLUB100 Birel karts’ handling characteristics on the limit, on cold tyres, and in heavy traffic (i.e. getting bumped!). As CLUB100 is an “arrive & drive” series you will probably be driving a different chassis in each of your races in a day, so you need to be able to isolate the slight differences in each kart, whether related to engine and/or chassis, and then use those characteristics to your best advantage, while covering any minor kart deficiency with your skill as a driver.
Secondly, you need to know the tracks. Knowing where you’re going, the perfect line, the best places to overtake, and where you can defend is vital for success.
Then there’s driving in the wet. CLUB100 karts are never fitted with wet weather tyres, the karts stay on slicks whatever the weather conditions. (This is due to the impossible logistics of changing a whole fleet with limited staff and tools within the time frame available). Subsequently, CLUB100 drivers become very good at driving in the wet!
So there’s a lot to learn for the CLUB100 first time Sprinter. However, this shouldn’t put you off. There’s plenty of help on offer for new drivers to the series, whichever level. If you are serious about taking your skills to the limit up against another 50 drivers (per class) then this is the series for you.
CLUB100 is offering all GYG Drivers a special entry rate. Please contact John direct at CLUB100.