Cumbria Kart Racing Club is the latest of five UK kart clubs to use a TAG Heuer timing solution for their race day events.
The club, based at the Rowrah Circuit, have upgraded to a complete timing solution supplied by Sports Timing Systems, the exclusive UK agent for TAG Heuer Professional Timing.
Cumbria Kart Racing Club’s Competition Secretary, Marion Fell said: “After considering a number of different options for our timing requirements, the club decided that the TAG Heuer timing system best provided us with the accuracy and affordability that we were looking for.
“Precision and reliability are important to the talented drivers that race on our track. We aim to match all the hard work they put into each event by providing the best possible facilities.”
Cumbria KRC joined Trent Valley Kart Club, Hunts Kart Race Club, Whilton Mill Kart Club and Shenington Kart Race Club in choosing Sports Timing Systems and the prestigious TAG Heuer brand for their timekeeping solution.
The Super One British MSA and Rotax Kart Championships also use TAG Heuer timing solutions for all the dates on their racing calendars.
As well as supplying innovative TAG Heuer systems for timekeepers, Sports Timing Systems also provides high visibility, electronic track displays.
Hunts Kart Race Club Chairman, Martin Chesterman said: “The last round of the 2013 HKRC Club Championship was again treated to another weekend supported by the Sports Timing Systems team who have fully supported the integration of the TAG Heuer timing system.
“The December weekend benefited fully from Sports Timing Systems new electronic flag system, Digi-Flag. The display added a clear dimension on which to communicate flags and script messages clearly, quickly and concisely to the drivers on the circuit.
“The club’s race direction benefitted enormously from the system’s instant response when relaying flag warnings. HKRC have been so impressed by this addition that we have agreed with Sports Timing Systems to purchase a unit in readiness for our first race meeting in 2014.”