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Series Partners

IAME logo '17 Hor WHITE

usag-red

kartpix-colour

dunlop

jm-colour

andrayv-logo

Arai

mis-red

GO&FUN LOGO

ACS logo

wentvalley logo

gynos
optical-express

lg-electronics

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BAYLIS & HARDING LOGO

GOCYCLE IMAGE

weldricks

 

harvey

tillotson

 

Latest News

17th December 2019

ALREADY OVER 80 DRIVERS FOR 2020

With registrations having opened a mere three weeks ago, more than 80 drivers have signed up for next years LGM series. The new list of competitors can be found under 2020 Drivers. Forms are arriving daily with numbers excepted to go well over 100 very soon. If you haven’t already registed, download the form now from this website.

7th December 2019

Calendar Update

The first round of the 2020 LGM series has now been confirmed as Whilton Mill, on the 25th/26th April. The LGM series is looking to retuning to this circuit.

15th November 2019

2020 CALENDAR

The 2020 LGM series has unvailed its calendar with currently seven venues on the series. Although all the dates are provisional, we are still awaiting confirmation from two of the UK circuits involved. Already over 50 drivers have pre registered with the full series entry form being available to download from Tuesday 19th November.

23rd September 2019

WIGAN SEES 4 NEW CHAMPIONS

Wigan played host to the last round of this years LGM series where four new champions were crowned. X30 Senior champion, Thomas Turner has set a new record in becoming the first and only driver to have won 3 LGM titles to his name, Turner did not race at Wigan due to him already taking the top honours after 5 rounds, Thomas Fleming drove an outstanding race to win the round by some 9 seconds from his team mate Harry Platten and Kieron Jermey. In the Junior X30 class, Joshua Mclean is the new champion and his second title, after his Mini X win last year. Mclean finished 2nd behind race winner Reggie Duhy, who was victorious in his last ever Junior race before switching to Seniors. The Mini X was very tight, with Jessica Edgar demostrating how fast she is with a pole, win, & fastest lap moving her to runner up in the series. The new champion is Oliver Greenall who finish behind second behind Edgar at Wigan. The biggest upset of the day was the Iame Cadet class. Kean Nakamura Berta only had to finish 20th or higher to claim his first title, ended in disaster with his engine failing to start on the grid for the final. This race was won by Sonny Smith, but with Harley Keeble finishing 4th, this gave him enough points to take the series and becomes the new LGM champion.