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MARINO FRANCHITTI COACHING SESSION

Photos take at Daytona Sandown Park during the coaching session with Marino Franchitti leading up to our Le Mans 24hr kart race in July 2013. Photos taken by Lewis Houghton – http://www.lewspics.com
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Daytona Sandown Park

Even though weather reports stated heavy rain all day, all teams arrived on time, signed in, donned their race suits and the banter began. Bang on time, with the efficiency that Daytona are known for, the race safety briefing started.
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Whilton Mill – Alive To Drive

Once again they have more than demonstrated that you don’t need all your limbs to race on a totally level playing field against non-injured drivers – you just need British bulldog balls, and they have that in wheelbarrow loads! Photographs courtesy of Chris Elkins http://www.G-ForceRacing.co.uk
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KartForce Team Helmets

GridKings and M & P heard we needed crash helmets so kindly agreed to donate 4 Koden helmets each. We were then contacted by Rob “Keets” Keightley, who’s brother served with the Royal Anglians in Afghanistan – his son Oakley is a keen Zip Bambino kart racer. Keets offered to design and spray the team helmets, also personalising them with each lads name, regimental colours and individual contribution. Young Oakley presented the first helmet to Martyn at our team race in Birmingham and will be presenting the rest of the team with their new helmets at the Whilton Mill race on Sun 1st Apr 2012.
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Results – Teamworks Karting Birmingham

What a great event! A full house with the maximum number of teams attended the mandatory Race & Safety Briefing, which was followed by the surprise presentation of the first KartForce team helmet. Rob “Keets” Keightley – @OakleyK33ts – designed and sprayed our first team helmet which was presented to Martyn by young Oakley, Rob’s son who’s a keen Zip Babino kart racer. Everyone agreed that “Keets” had done a fantastic job so we’re really looking forward to getting the rest of the team helmets sprayed. Many thanks for your very kind support and donation “Keets” Photos by Lauren Causer – Lens Vanity Photography http://www.wix.com/lauren_causer/lensvanityphotography and http://www.raceography.co.uk
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Results - Teamworks Karting Peterborough

After the 30 minutes of practice and qualifying the grid was set – the pro racing drivers in pole and Team KartForce is P3. Photos by Dave Brassington http://www.event-foto.co.uk
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Results – Teamworks Karting Reading

It was a good, clean and close 2 hour race. There were a few incidents that made the race all that more interesting, some of which dramatically affected the leaderboard – but that’s racing! Photos by Mick O’Rourke http://www.btccblogs.co.uk
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Absolute Karting In Slough

On 18 October 2011, we held one of our best events to-date and were joined by members of the Army Motorsport Karting Team, Combat Stress, BLESMA and Race 2 Recovery. We created teams of 3 and 4 drivers per team and designed a race format that allowed each team to compete in 4 races of 15 minutes each.
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Army Motorsports Karting Team

Members of the newly created Army Motorsports Karting team joined us at our event in Slough on Tue 18th Oct 2011, eager to try out our hand controls.
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Camp Bastion GP - August 2011

The Camp Bastion Grand Prix was held on Sun 14th August 2011, organised by 63 Engineer Works Group, Royal Engineers. Units at Camp Bastion built their own karts and raced them around the base and raised funds for KartForce.
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Absolute Karting Slough

Photos taken at our Karting Taster Session on 21 July 2011 at Absolute Karting in Slough.
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In The Press

Articles, Press Releases and news items about KartForce.
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Rye House Press Day

Photos of the public unveiling of our revolutionary hand control system.
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The most successful injured troops in British motorsport aiming to be the first to race in the Le Mans 24hr



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