Larkhall Circuit is the home of West Scotland Kart Club. Many of today’s motorsport stars are current or former members of WSKC.
Conveniently located just minutes from the M74, the circuit is easily accessible from all over Scotland and the UK.
The original track was built on the site of Summerlea Colliery in 1961. The recent redevelopment and investment, has resulted in Larkhall Circuit being able to lay claim to being the most technical karting track in the UK and the longest track in Scotland. As part of the redevelopment, the track was extended and many new safety features were installed, ensuring a world class facility for both drivers and spectators.
The track is well-known for being home to the WSKC Karting club. However the Larkhall Track is open to the public, companies, private groups and available all year round for events, conferences and team days out. Within the circuit complex, you’ll find the impressive Kart Republic Cafe.
The Motorsport UK, Little Green Man and SuperOne Championships will be held in June and July this year at Larkhall Circuit, as well as a club race held once a month by West of Scotland Kart Club (WSKC) who are based at the track.
Many of today’s motorsport stars are current or former members of WSKC including David Coulthard, Dario Franchitti, Marino Franchitti, Ryan Dalziel, Allan McNish, Paul Di Resta, Stefan Di Resta, Barry Horne, Susie Wolff, Dean MacDonald, Ross Martin, Dexter Patterson, Angus Moulsdale, Lewis Gilbert and Ciaran Haggerty.