A Motorkhana is a great low cost form of motor sport, often providing someone with their first taste of motorsport in their standard road car, but also catering to the most skilled and experienced of drivers.  Motorkhanas provide an excellent opportunity for young drivers to learn car control.

The competition is designed to test the acceleration, braking and general manoeuvrability of a vehicle and the skill and judgement of the driver.

Our Motorkhanas are held on a gravel surface.

Drivers compete one at a time following a course marked with witches hats and flags.  Hitting flags or going in the wrong direction incurs penalties.

A Motorkhana is smaller and slower course than a Khanacross.  Vehicles usually complete the course in first gear.

Competitors require a minimum Level 2NS Licence and can take part from 12 years of age.

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