News Archive: May 2014


X30 Kartmasters Trophy!

Trent Valley Kart Club are pleased to announce that the 2014 MSA Kartmasters British Kart Grand Prix will be supported by the X30 Kartmasters Trophy!
The X30 Kartmasters Trophy incorporates both the Junior & Senior categories and is open to all drivers (UK and International) who have a minimum of a National B license or International C for foreign drivers.

Following the same format as the main Kartmasters event and also benefiting from such things as the live IPTV streaming and the additional entertainment planned, we’re sure the X30 Kartmasters Trophy will attract drivers from all over the World!


To help assist the International drivers who are expected to enter the event, Tillottson have kindly agreed to supply each International driver with a complimentary carburettor for the duration of the race meeting. We will also have available at special rates other accessories to ensure you meet the Uk regulations, details to follow shortly.


Each X30 driver will also receive a complimentary can of WLADOIL which they will be expected to use during the event.


The X30 Kartmaters Trophy is fully supported and endorsed by engine manufacturer, IAME.  It is with thanks to them and the UK importer, JM Engineering, that we have been able to put together a fantastic prize fund for the winners of this inaugural title…


X30 Junior & X30 Seniors Top 3 To Receive:


£1000 IAME Spare Parts Voucher
Free Entry to the IAME International Final at Le Mans
1 Set of K1H Tyres

£500 IAME Spare Parts Voucher
Free Entry to the IAME International Final at Le Mans
1 Set of K1H Tyres

£250 IAME Spare Parts Voucher
Free Entry to the IAME International Final at Le Mans
1 Set of K1H Tyres


Lewis Thompson makes it three different winner

Round 3 of the LGM series at Glan-y-gors park saw yet another winner in the face of Lewis Thompson, after appalling condition, with heavy rain and wind in the welsh hills, Thompson qualified well, but pole position sitter Zach Robertson took the early lead with Teddy Wilson, Tom Wood & Kiern Jewiss all getting in on the action. Last round winner Jonny Edgar had a coming together at the start putting him last in the running. Joe Turney & Alex McDade were the best of rest as the first 5 pulled clear. With the GYG circuit draining the water very quickly, the track was starting to dry before even more rain came down. Wilson now in the lead, with Jewiss and Wood working together to catch him, Thompson was just minding his own business in 4th. Robertson at this point had dropped off the back of the first four. Wood past Wilson, but also Thompson past Jewiss and Wilson, only Wood was to stop Thompson having his first win the season. Thompson made his move on the second to the last lap, with Wilson following through. Wood tried desperately to get back in doing so slowed the pairing, allow Thompson to pull a couple of kart lengths ahead. Thompson with both hands in the air took the victory followed by Wilson, Wood & Jewiss. Edgar from starting last finish a creditable 9th. In the privateers cup, Ben Wooldridge was the star of the show with a superb 8th place overall in the main final, Clayton Ravenscroft was 2nd and Daniel Butterworth 3rd in the category.