On The Apex: Expect the unexpected…

The Rotax Festival, an event that I’m very familiar with after competing at the venue for the past five years. Consistency is important if not essential for...

Clay Pigeon Kart Club: Mid-Season Review: Honda Cadet

One phrase that is all too used, “Everything changes yet, everything stays the same” in the case of this year’s Honda Cadet season it has more meaning than...

On The Apex: Chasing Targets

Mansell Raceway, formally Dunkeswell Raceway, has been a kart racing venue for the past 50 years. Having only been added to the British Karting Championship...

Total Karting Zero: Bennett rises to the top to win in Bambino

With six drivers taking to Clay Pigeon Raceway to battle it out, Elliot Bennett rose up to the challenge, fending off the likes of Alfie Garrett, Felix Barrie and Eddison Burroughs to take the first club victory in a dramatic final. Garrett’s impressive performance in...

On The Apex: Why 30 karts on slicks and rain don’t mix…

The most prestigious karting championship in the UK as well as the most competitive. The British Karting Championship is the place to be to prove your talent. Well most of the time anyway... After another successful day testing on Friday, I was genuinely looking...

TRACKSIDE PHOTOGRAPHY

Motorsports Photography has been a fun and for filling experience for Virtual Racing Association  since the early 1990’s giving both the opportunity to share our experiences with the participants and spectators experience’s, showing how motorsport feels for them around the trackside and paddock at any given moment in time. From the local Karting Club at Clay Pigeon Raceway to the high speeds of Thruxton Motorsport Circuit with the British Touring Car Championship it is often all about how we have interacted with the teams and drivers that has allowed us to capture that one moment or image thought the lens, highlighting what the driver is doing at that particular given moment in time, capturing them on the edge in one single moment that has captivated the eyes of many a spectator.