Making a return for 2019, the Midland Karting Championship pits drivers against each other on our International Circuit, allowing them to experience competitive karting in a controlled and low-cost environment.
Our practice sessions are available seven days a week on the International Circuit, subject to availability. They provide the perfect opportunity to practice your race craft, kart handling, learn the circuit or just to get some track time.
Never tried karting before? Then our Taster Sessions are the perfect way to start. After the safety briefing, we'll show you all of the basic controls before letting you out onto the track to sample motorsport and karting for the first time!
A 5-minute qualifying session followed by 20-minutes of lights-to-flag action makes the Midland 20 our shortest but highly popular endurance event. Perfect for 6-10 drivers.
If you want more on-track action, the Midland 30 provides you with a full 30-minutes of racing after a 5-minute qualifying session to determine who starts from pole position. For 6-10 drivers.
The Midland 20 Saver gives you the same great racing format as the Midland 20, but saves you upto 25% if there are 10 drivers in the group.
Experience the Midland 30 event but at a saving! Groups of 10 drivers will save money by booking this event over the regular Midland 30.
There's no room for error in our shortest F1-style event. Your party will be split into groups, with each group having their own 30-lap mini heat before a final race to determine the best driver.
Your party will be split into smaller groups in the MK Sprint 50, with each group having a 50-lap race to determine the best, before a final race to determine the best-of-the-best.
A full 1-hour of endurance racing, based on the traditional Le Mans format. Two drivers are allocated per kart, with each team competing to complete the most number of laps in a 60-minute session. Ideal for 12-24 drivers.
Push your teamwork to the maximum with our Midland 90 event. Upto three drivers per kart and a full 90-minutes of racing action. The team who complete the most laps will be deemed the winner, with strategy playing a crucial part. Perfect for 12-24 drivers.
A multi-heat, multi-lap race format that is perfect for larger groups. Drivers go against each other in a number of races to eventually determine who is the best. A minimum of 14-drivers required.
The GP Mega Prix steps things up a notch - multiple heats and races culminate in a final race of champions to determine the best of the group. A minimum of 25-drivers is required for this event.