The Boyndie Drome Open Challenge was established to create a fun, easy and affordable way to go racing. This series is an ideal stepping stone into Motorsport UK Racing – where classes are more tightly regulated by trained officials.
- Round 1 – 22 March
- Round 2 – 10 May (Hire Karts available)
- Round 3 – 12 July (Hire Karts available)
- Round 4 – 23 August (Hire Karts available)
- Round 5 – 13 September
- Round 6 – 18 October
GKC is an inclusive club and will try cater for all kart types and give classes their own grid where there is demand.
The most popular classes catered for are:
- Bambinos (Comer C50)
- Honda Cadets
- Twin-engined prokarts
- Mini Max
- Jnr Max
- Snr Max & Snr 177 (heavies)
- KZ2UK (6 speed gearbox)
For a full breakdown of the rules please download the ‘BDOC rules’ which can be found at the bottom of the page.
We run a fleet of Sodi 250cc fuel injected hire karts – one of the fastest corporate karts you will find in Scotland. These are run in their own grid and are a great introduction to kart racing if you’re thinking about purchasing your own kart. If you compete in all 3 rounds then you will be eligible for the Hire Kart championship with trophies for the top 3 in both light and heavies.
3 round championship – May 10, July 12 and August 23. Points as per ‘Championship’ section below.
£70 per driver, per event with all gear provided – you may use your own if suitable.
Drivers weighing over 80kgs with gear (ready to race) will be eligible for heavies class..
- Mandatory 3 lap practice
- 3x 8 lap heats
- 1x 10 lap final
The Boyndie Drome Open Challenge for 2020 consists of 6 rounds with 5 to count. To compete in the championship you may only use either 2 or 3 sets of tyres for the season (check the rules for your class).
Points will be scored 1st – 0, 2nd – 2, 3rd – 3 and so on. Non attendance is grid on the day.