British made Tal-Ko Veloce karts have taken two top Formula TKM titles, continuing the championship winning performance of the karts designed specifically for the TKM classes. 

Bradley White won the Junior TKM Super One national title by the narrowest of margins, decided on the last corner of the last lap to take the title from Abbi Pulling, also driving a Veloce kart. 

And in the Junior TKM ‘O’ Plate at the Maxxis TKM Festival it was Adam Sparrow who won the coveted ABkC plate also driving a Veloce. Those titles follow on two years of the Senior Super One title going to the same Tal-Ko made kart with an ‘O’ plate win as well. 

Underlining the performance of the karts in any conditions, the same three drivers swept the podium at Kimbolton over the weekend with Bradley White winning from Abbi Pulling and Adam Sparrow. 

Says Tal-Ko boss Alan Turney: “The performance of the Veloce kart has been well proven in all conditions, whether hot, cold or wet. It was designed and developed specifically for the TKM class and Maxxis tyres and has notched up numerous top level wins and championships in both Junior and Senior format.”

All three of those winning drivers will be at the Kartmania Show at Silverstone on Nov 26/27 where Tal-Ko will be displaying and selling replica karts and engines identical to those which have taken the titles with a special deal on complete rigs ordered at the show.

Tal-Ko Racing is owner of the TKM classes which have been the backbone of British karting for 20+ years and this year had the largest entry of any class within the Super One championships.