This is run in the traditional fashion over 3 x 15 minute sessions for members only. This is a great format for introducing new members to #GRID events and it is a great idea to have an instructor on hand to give tuition to newer or less confident members on track.
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This is a simple Eliminator format. Start the event with a 15 minute practice/qualifying session, then after a short break, line the drivers up on the grid and start the race. The race is run over 45 minutes.
Compete in a 5-minute qualifying session, followed by a 60-minute grid-started race. During the last 30 minutes of the race a "police kart" will be released. Anyone overtaken by the "police kart" is eliminated!
Warm up with a 5-minute practise, followed by a hot lap qualifying session to determine the starting grid positions. This is followed by a 45-minute non-stop race, where drivers battle it out to become the next "Ace"!
10-minute practise, followed by a three stage F1-style qualifying. Every driver then competes in 2x 20-minute grid-started races where F1-style points are awarded. The winner is determined by the highest number of points.
This is an event that is designed to put the focus on racing and overtaking. There is no qualifying with this event. The format is a simple 1-hour race with a randomly picked starting grid. With a premium on racing and overtaking, the best driver in the race will end up being the winner. Given the length of the race, it may be a good idea to introduce mandatory pit stops. This could give drivers a short rest, and also brings some strategy into play and may make the format more exciting for the drivers.!
A new format based on a short qualifying session followed by 3 sprint races, using a different grid selection process for each heat. Points are scored for finishing positions. The driver with the highest number of points wins the event.
A new format where drivers are paired together for racing. 10-minute qualifying session followed by a 30-minute race using a reverse grid, the team with the most points wins the event.
10-minute practise followed by 15-minutes qualifying and a 30-minute grid-started race. Drivers must complete a kart change in the pit lane, during the course of the race.
Drivers will compete in a 5 minute qualifying session to determine the starting position on the grid for a subsequent 10 minute sprint race. This is then followed by a 25 minute race for which the starting grid positions are the reverse of the finishing positions from race 1. Points are awarded for finishing positions at the conclusion of each race, and the driver with the most points wins.
5-minutes practise and qualifying session followed by a 45-minute race. During the race, drivers must complete two pit-stops with off-track challenges. The winners are determined by a combination of their finishing race position and the results of their challenges.
A festive spin on our popular #GRID Locked event! What surprise will be waiting for you behind the advent window?
This event is run over four heats. Each heat is 15 minutes long and features randomised grid starts for each race. There is no formal practice or qualifying for this event, but it may be advisable to run a short untimed practise to get your drivers warmed up for the racing.
Allocate points for finishing positions of each of the four heats. The total points at the end of the event will determine the overall result and therefore the podium. In the event that this format is used for a championship, the overall result will determine the championship points.
You will organise yourselves into teams to take part in the main race – throughout which team members will change in and out of the karts during pit-stops, working together to beat the other teams. The team which clocks up the most laps in the designated time period is crowned the winner – with trophies awarded to the top three teams on the podium!
We split all the drivers into groups and rotate the groups on the track, for 10-minute karting sessions at a time. We book a maximum of four groups into the event, so you will go on for your first 10-minutes, wait for the other groups to complete their sessions, and then go back on for your next 10-minute session. If you arrive at the start, and stay through until the end (times vary slightly from week to week, but it’s approximately 6pm – 10:30pm), then you will be guaranteed at least 5x 10-minute sessions on the track.
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