BRKC 2022 Entries Opening

Seeded entries OPEN 20:00 5th september 2021

 

BRKC 2022 is a go!

Entries for the 2022 British Rental Kart Championship will be opening to the Top 30 seeded drivers from BRKC 2020 at 20:00 GMT tonight (Sunday 5th September 2021).

If you were in the top 30 finishers from last year’s competition, you’ll have early-access to entries for one week from 5th September. Simply enter your unique code (this will be emailed to your separately) and submit your entry.

However, at 20:00 on 12th September 2021, entries will open up to all drivers. All remaining slots will be available weekly, in batches of 30 (on a first-come, first-served basis) until every slot has been filled. Don’t leave it too late to enter!

Entries are submitted online at brkc.co.uk/enter. The entry form will go live at 20:00 on the dates above, and valid payment is required in full to secure your entry (invalid entries will be deleted).

The entry fee for 2022 is GBP 190.00.
 

Please read the BRKC 2022 Regs carefully before entering.

These contain important COVID-19 specific information. You must read, understand and agree to these rules as they form the Terms & Conditions of your entry.

Payments are strictly non-refundable, non-transferable.

For those who haven’t already, we strongly recommend joining the Facebook group for instant updates on all things BRKC. You’ll also be able to ask questions about the entry process directly through the group.

We look forward to seeing you on the grid.

Good luck!

Team BRKC | Formula Fast Karting
Enter BRKC 2022

Super-Pole to Victory for Super Pole Grzyb!

 After claiming the top spot in qualifying for the second year in succession, Michał Grzyb became the first new BRKC champion in seven years with a flawless drive from lights to flag in the Grand Final at BRKC 2020

In the most competitive field of drivers ever seen at the British Rental Kart Championship, it was Michał Grzyb who emerged victorious after storming to pole position in the Super-Pole shootout for the second year in succession. Having slipped to third in the Grand Final in 2019, it was a different story this time around, as Grzyb’s victory looked assured from the early stages after reigning World Champion Michael Schoettler tangled with Mathias Grooten and lost time with a bad pass flag.

After attempting to serve his penalty (which Grooten prevented by refusing to be allowed back through), Schoettler set about reeling in Grzyb, at one stage gaining up to two tenths of a second per lap on the Pole as he took the BRKC lap record several times. However, the three second margin ultimately proved to be too much of a challenge, and Schoettler was forced to settle for second place.

The fight for third was far less straightforward, as Mathias Grooten attempted to make up for the time loss incurred by the earlier Schoettler incident to catch his compatriot Mats De Jong and claim the final spot on the podium. Despite an effort to undercut De Jong, Grooten was unable to find a way through and De Jong defended perfectly until the finish, to take his first BRKC podium.

“It’s an amazing feeling, competing here at the highest level.” – Michał Grzyb

In the heat stages, it was Selina Balneger who headed the scoreboard, courtesy of four wins from four races over the course of Saturday and Sunday. However, heading into the Super-Pole shootout for the Grand Final, Patryk Nieroda had moved to the front of the championship thanks to a strong Semi-Final. Some shock absentees included pre-event favourite Ruben Boutens, as well as Ed White, Lewis Manley, Yoan Medart – and various other finalists from previous years.

In the Super-Pole shootout itself, the laptimes were closer than ever, with nine drivers covered by 0.150s. Surprisingly, Nieroda could only manage P9 despite driving last, and reigning KWC Kart World Champion Michael Schoettler was mired in the middle of the pack in fifth place. However, both of these drivers would move forward during the race itself, aided by their preferential kart selection championship positions prior to the Grand Final.

The Kam Ho Masters’ trophy for drivers over 40 years old went to South African Richard Jute, whilst the Genevieve Reason Memorial Trophy for exceptional performance and determination during the event was awarded to Selina Belneger for being the only driver to score four heat wins during the competition.

Click here to watch the full video of BRKC 2020 on Motorsport.tv

Final Results:

Pos No Name Behind Best On Grid Grid +/- Team
1 18 Michał Grzyb 30.865 49 1 = MG Racing Team
2 21 Michael Schoettler 1.858 30.771 56 5 +3 Eco Racing Germany
3 14 Mats de Jong 14.154 31.011 47 2 -1 Traxxis
4 11 Mathias Grooten 14.648 30.983 52 4 = BlueStar Racing Team 2
5 19 Patryk Nieroda 14.873 30.903 51 9 +4 MG Racing Team
6 17 Regis Gosselin 15.214 31.156 54 3 -3 Black Horses
7 8 Selina Balneger 15.561 30.946 49 6 -1 Traxxis 2
8 13 Wojciech Grzyb 18.531 31.097 49 8 = MG Racing Team
9 9 Sean Brierley 25.753 31.158 46 7 -2 Briars Racing
10 20 Dawid Chart 1 Lap 31.234 50 10 = Hussayra Karting Poland

View Full BRKC 2020 Results Here