Rules & Regs

Round 6 – Tyres

Following on from the announcement last round and Kelvin’s Article, Let’s talk tyres we can confirm on what RHPK Round 6 looks like. Tyre Accusations Post Round 5 there have been a number of accusations from teams in the paddock

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Race 4th July 2020 – Statement

During RHPK Round 5 there were two key events that have caused some discussion in the paddock. RHPK will address these concerns separately. We will be transparent as possible with the view of learning from any calls/mistake(s) that were made

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Kelvin – Let’s talk tyres!

Tyres can play a huge part in your days racing. Get them right, you’re on the money. Enough grip, not too much is about right for a prokart. Get it wrong, the day is long and tedious with little to

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Transponder Strength – Timing R1/R2

As some of you may be aware, it has been pointed out since the last round that a few teams seemed to be having issues with their transponders picking up reliably. It was suggested at the time that this was

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2019 Rules and Regulations v4.3

We have made some very small changes to the Rules and Regulations for the 2019 Season. 3 wording changes have been made… 3 ENGINE 3.1 Extra Loop – Updated Wording SRR15. Tyres –Updated to include YDS NFA Marked Tyres 6.2

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RHPK Potential Gearing Change – Poll Results

Thank you to all of our teams who voted, we can confirm that 84% of teams voted for gearing to remain the same (71 Sprockets) The poll was created following on from the previous article:- http://www.rhpk.co.uk/2018/09/06/rhpk-potential-gearing-change/

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RHPK Potential Gearing Change – Your Vote

Follow on from Kelvin’s recent post regarding we are opening asking all RHPK 2018 teams to vote. Keep 71 Sprockets or drop down a tooth to 70. Please ensure 1 team member from your team votes (We will be sense

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RHPK Potential Gearing Change?

There have been several engine blow-ups this year, more perhaps than I can ever remember happening in a season before. These have affected both our major engine suppliers, and have been caused by con-rod failure. This too, has previously been

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Post Round 6 – GX160 Honda Exhausts, Final Update

You will be aware that there were exclusions for non-compliance at the last round, involving exhausts. View the previous article here :-  You might recall that my reasoning centred on a camera view that tended to suggest that a port

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Post Round 6 – GX160 Honda Exhausts

First of all, a little history! The standard Honda exhaust has a baffle inside which, due to the extreme vibration and RPM’s we put it through, breaks off. When it does this, it rattles around inside the exhaust, breaking into

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