Entries Still Available
With 3 months to go before the first round of the LGM, nearly 100 drivers have already registered for the 2017 series. The entry lists are now shown under ‘driver list’. Remember you can still register for any of the classes with the series registration still at £100. The form is downloadable on this website. Don’t forget we will be running a support race for the new mini X30 class as well to run along side and will be great to see who will be the first winner of this class. The 10th issue of the Rivista magazine will be published at the end of this month with the latest news, views and gossip from the LGM series.
Offical MSA championship
The LGM will be an offical MSA championship for 2017 in X30 junior, X30 senior and Iame cadet with over 70 drivers already now signed up, remember it is still only £100 to register for the series, which runs over 2 days only and offers some of the biggest prizes in UK karting. The new Mini X tour will also be joining the series. Entry forms can be found under the top heading on this site and theres a choice of numbers still available but it goes on a first come first serve basis, Seniors are 100+, Juniors 200 +, and Mini X, 300 +. All rounds are UK mainland with non clashing with Iame S1.
LGM ENTRIES NOW OPEN!!
The LGM entries have now opened for all classes IAME Cadet, X30 Junior, X30 Senior and the Mini X tour. As the official IAME series we always look to improve year on year with the addition to the 2017 calendar of the superb Nutts Corner circuit in Northern Ireland, a first for the LGM. The track is top class and should provide some great racing over the double header weekend. Monday will see an early finish to allow drivers and teams to return by boat Monday afternoon, this will also be assisted by a ferry company for a very low flat rate, should it be a car, van or truck, with arrangements through the LGM series. The ever popular Rowrah will also see the August bank holiday double header, again two rounds but one lot of travelling, helping to keep the costs down. The X30 classes will also benefit from one set of tyres for both double headers this making the series even cheaper than 2016, with the Iame cadets having the usual one set of wets and drys for the whole year. Testing is limited to the Saturday prior to the round keeping it to a two day race weekend, with the exception of the bank holiday Mondays races. Sponsorship for the 2017 series is arriving with the now legendary prize fund for the year end, plus the new Rivista Magazine will continue to provide the best moments from each race. We look forward to seeing you as part of the UK premier IAME series.
Nominated Fuel Station-Rowrah
IMPORTANT– Information for all competitors. The 6th & 7th race of the LGM series at Rowrah will be using a nominated petrol station the details are as follows:-
Oakhurst Service Station