Congratulations to our 2022 Rental Champions

After 7 months of intense competition, we’re sad to say “goodbye” to the adrenaline-fuelled ride that was our 2022 Rental Championship. From watching hard-fought battles unfold on track to witnessing friendships develop off track, it’s fair to say that our first-ever championship for keen rental karters has been a phenomenal success.

Open to professionals and enthusiasts alike, we’ve seen anyone from complete beginners to retired pros race it out in an attempt to win one of our fantastic prizes – a full test day in a top-of-the-range Kart Republic racing kart, a FREE 10-driver group event or £240 worth of vouchers.

Keen to find out which drivers managed to leave the competition behind and have claimed the ultimate victory? We’re delighted to announce our 2022 Rental Champions!


Victorious in our lightweight class are Louie Hartley and Andrew Hughes, who have both shown incredible skill and determination to beat 77 other contenders. We couldn’t think of more worthy winners of this year’s title and congratulate them on this incredible achievement.


Louie Hartley – 172 Points

Andrew Hughes – 172 Points

David Joseph – 169 Points


No surprises here, as champs John Houston and Gavin Craig topped the leaderboard from the very beginning of the championship. They have successfully managed to stay ahead of their 57 competitors to secure the win together as co-champions of the heavyweight class.


John Houston – 175 Points

Gavin Craig – 175 Points

Colin Marshal – 159 Points

Have you missed this year’s championship or are you already itching to race again?

Not to worry, this year has been such an overwhelming success that we have decided to bring it back next year! Want to make sure you don’t miss any announcements? Sign up to our newsletter at the bottom of this page to be the first to receive news on our 2023 Rental Championship.

Final standings for the 2022 Rental Championship can be found below.

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