The British Schools Karting Championship is an arrive-and-drive team-based UK-wide karting championship for school and college students aged 13 to 18.
Launched with the aim of making motorsport more accessible at a grass roots level, the series has been running for more than a decade now and has opened the door for a raft of aspiring racers to make their dreams a reality.
Making use of the countless karting facilities around the country, schools and colleges participate in a raft of regional finals with the competition being whittled down before the grand final at Whilton Mill.
The BSKC boasts a wealth of prizes for the winners too with trips to the Williams Heritage Centre and BTCC events, as well as a spot on the Michelin Ginetta Junior Scholarship also up for grabs too for the winners and the standout performers.
In 2018, after winning back-to-back titles with Brentwood School A in the BSKC, Ethan Brooks was the awarded a spot on the Michelin Ginetta Junior Championship Scholarship and subsequently triumphed in the competition, winning a fully-funded season in the championship the following year.