Indian kart manufacturers KnK Karts have been making a steady entrance onto the world karting stage having their karts raced successfully in Australia. They are also hard at work doing research and devolopment with their karts in India.
In Australia at the Toowoomba kart track Monica Saunders was impressive setting the fastest lap and finishing 2nd with the the JL302 KnK kart in the Yamaha light category. She also raced a week later at the Bundaberg kart track in Queensland again finishing a respectable 2nd in a grid of top quality drivers.
Again in Australia Craig Mathews was on form in Rotax Max Heavy at Rockhampton making a clean sweep of the heats and the final. KnK have really made a startling entrance in Australia. The question is where to next?
In India KnK have been hard at work ensuring that where ever they do go they will continue to impress on the track. The new Interceptor chassis was put to a 3-day test by Akhil
Khushlani at the Mohite’s Karting Circuit in Kolhapur. A promising test reaffirmed KnK’s belief in the Interceptor chassis and they are now looking forward to further success in racing series’ around the world.