Covid-19 UWE Motorsports procedures
Due to organised sport being exempt from rule of 6, plus regulations set my Motorsport UK who govern our national events, we can go ahead with events providing we follow the following rules:
Number of participants restricted at tracks. Only one supporter per particapant to attend.
Equipement sanitised after each use (recommended to use your own kit if possible. Own balaclavas and gloves highly recommended.
No members to attend any events if they feel unwell, especially if they have any of the Covid-19 symptoms (Cough, sore throat, high temperature).
Temperature will be checked upon arrival at national events.
We recommend, if possible, that you do not share cars with others outside your bubble. If this is not possible, use public transport or mask to be worn by all who are sharing a car.
You can not attend any event if you have had Covid-19 within the last two weeks.
There will be no screens, timing boards or grid sheets at national tracks. All can be found online.
Briefing will be sent online, with minimal social distanced briefing at track.
Masks must be worn at all times, both indoor and outdoor at tracks.
Cafes will be takeaway only with queing restricted.
Members will not be discriminated for not attending an event if they feel unwell or uncomfortable.
We recommend all members download track and trace app.
The above is for all our members to stay safe and allow us to continue to participate within the motorsport community safely.
Who are UWE Motorsports?
UWE Motorsports Club is the home of all motorsport and automotive endeavours at the University of the West of England.
UWE Motorsports was founded with the mission 'To widen participation in karting, for students at the University of the West of England, at a grass roots level at the most affordable prices',
UWE Motorsports has continued to grow and develop into the club that exists today.
What does UWE Motorsports do?
British Universities Karting Championship - (BUKC)
The British Universities Karting Championship (BUKC) is a national karting competition which takes hundreds of students from institutions from all over the UK and puts them together racing in the most powerful arrive and drive karts in the world; with the aim of their university being crowned the BUKC Champion. Benefiting from live broadcasting, the BUKC attracts significant interest in the motorsport community and across the world.
With the 2020/2021 calendar confirmed, the BUKC championship will return to some of the best and most favoured tracks in the country.
- Round 1 - Whilton Mill (Zulu) - Sat 14th Nov
- Round 2 - Buckmore Park - Thurs 28th Jan
- Round 3 - PFI - Tues 16th Feb
- Round 4 - Llandow - Sat 20th Mar
- Round 5 - Whilton Mill International - Fri 9th April
For more information about the BUKC please follow the links below
The British Universities Karting Championship calendar also includes the running of the annual 24 hour team endurance race, held at the Teesside Autodrome. Based on the traditional le Mans endurance event and featuring the traditional running start, the BUKC 24 hour race is a highlight for all those who take part. With teams varying in size from 4 - 12 and as small as a team of 2.
For more information on the BUKC 24 hour race please follow the link below
University of the West of England Motorsport Championsip - (UWEMC)
UWE Motorsports organises it's own championship, the UWEMC, designed exclusively for UWE Motorsport members to compete against one another in a friendly enviroment. The UWEMC is ideal for both people that are new to motorsports and for those with motorsports experience and it aimed at everybody of all talents and abilities. 2020 wil be the first year we are expanding to more than just karting, with Mini Moto, buggy racing and outdoor and indoor karting to compete against eachother.
With events taking place in close proximity to UWE, the UWEMC championship is the perfect grass roots, entry level into competitive motorsports.
For more information on our previous championship, UWEKC, please follow the link below
Events and Trips
When we're not racing, we aim to organise and host motorsport and automotive themed trips and motorsport viewing events, with previous highlights including a tour of the Jaguar factory at Castle Bromwich among others.
For more information please follow the link below
How to contact UWE Motorsports?
If you have any questions about UWE Motorsports or about joining UWE Motorsports, please contact us. Details on how to contact UWE Motorsports are available on the Contact Us page. You can follow UWE Motorsports on our social media channels. Details of our social media channels can be found on our social media page
Alternatively if you have question, we might have already answered it in our FAQ section. You can see our FAQ sections by clicking the link below.