Co-produced with one of the UK’s leading motorsport livestream production companies, with a growing list of credits, Alpha Live, combined with top commentary duo Double Dash Motorsport Media and directed by our own Chris Simpson our production team will all return for the 2019 season to film and produce 6 of the 11 rounds for live broadcast to our Facebook page. Our production crew are all karters, including our hardy camera operators, and all Club100 racers past and present, and the love and dedication shows! Our 2018 live broadcasts have become the best live karting broadcast anywhere in the UK, Europe, and perhaps even the World! And we’re proud to be also streaming out on Karting Magazine Facebook page. But hey that’s so in keeping with the way Club100 do things.
For 2019 we have chosen the rounds which include the Super-Final for obvious reasons! What a showcase!
UPDATED – Confirmed dates
RD 3 Sunday 14TH APRIL – WHILTON MILL
RD 5 Sunday 16TH JUNE – BUCKMORE PARK
RD 6 Sunday 28TH JULY – RYE HOUSE
RD 7 Sunday 18TH AUGUST – LYDD
RD 8 Sunday 7TH SEPTEMBER – WHILTON MILL
RD 9 Sunday 29TH SEPTEMBER – CLAY PIGEON
For these rounds, both LW, HW and SHW will arrive together and alternate throughout the day.
These days will start with two optional 30 minute practice sessions.
We will be broadcasting live from 10.15am and after breaking for lunch, broadcasting through to the trophy presentations after 5pm, bringing a mixture of great racing (a given!), and interviews throughout the day, both on the ground in the pitlane and also in the commentary box, with additional expert summarising, and superb commentary by Andy Mather and Howard Mitchell, to bring out the full flavour of the Club100 life.
Here is a guideline of how the day would run –
08:00 Registration for Practice Sessions
08:50 Drivers Briefing for Practice Sessions
09:00 – 09:30 Practice Session 1
(09:15) Registration for Racing
09:40 – 10:10 Practice Session 2
10:15 Main Drivers Briefing
10:30 – 17:00 Heats & Finals (to include a 25 minute lunch break)
Note- Some rounds will see a 10am start time on circuit which will move the schedule back an hour.