News Archive: November 2013
The 2014 LGM Cadet series
The 2014 LGM Cadet series looks like its going to be the best ever as it hit’s an all time high after 12 years of the series running, with the cadet pre-entry level at 90 it will make for one of the biggest, one class formula since the early 1990’s where C & D finals were common place. Nearly all the kart clubs, the series visits, are over joyed with the entry level giving them a massive boost next year.
The LGM annual awards dinner
The LGM annual awards dinner was well received with a great turn out. The black tie event saw many drivers collect some fantastic prizes, with the winner Alex Quinn pick up a fully painted Arai helmet, however 2nd driver Oli York decided to give his winnings to his chosen charity Heavenly Stars Hospital. 3rd place Will Pittitt collected his new helmet for his efforts, and 4th place Tom Wood won a new Apple iPad air. Top Privateer Tyler Chesterton, picked up Sparco racewear and also a voucher for a new IAME X30. Thank you to all that attended for making it such a great evening.
The last round for 2014 confirmed
The last round for 2014 is confirmed as the Buckmore Park circuit for round 5 and also note there has been a date change for Rowrah, which has moved to round 4, due to a clash with a Super 1 round.
The 2014 LGM
The 2014 LGM is proving to be popular again, with already over half the cadet allocation registered. The lists will follow shortly, the X30 junior & senior subscription form and entry form for IAME cadet can now be down loaded via this website. We are still waiting on a couple of circuits to confirm dates, as due to the Rotax Super 1 having moved their date and clashing with LGM round 6 at Rowrah. Conformation will be posted on this site once finalised.