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2019 Season

Following a successful couple of season running with the RetroRacer series 100UK is moving to a new home within the F100-UK Calendar.

This new partnership offers 100UK a new range of tracks and facilities and an increase in raceday management services. As part of this partnership 100UK will also be expanding with a new for 2019 Junior Class. Full regulations and details to be released.

F100-UK has grids of 90's karts from 100C, 100B and Formula A and we feel is a natural fit.

The increase in online coverage give our series partners and drivers a better return for their investment.

100UK would like to thank RetroRacer for allowing us to be part of the program over the last 2 years.

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