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champions of the future

Launched in 2020 by promoter RGMMC, the Champions of the Future series has become a must for the best international drivers and teams. Some of the biggest names in the world have already won the competition, some of them now in single-seaters. In 2023, the Champions of the Future Euro Series will be held over five meetings optimally spread between March and September. Based on the FIA Karting regulations, this season promises to be rich in quality and quantity in the OK and OK-Junior categories.

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Mission: Carbon Neutral Racing is a collaboration with RGMMC and AQ Green TeC whereby we are working together to help everyone understand their emissions and in the spirit of shared responsibility and collective action, try our best to work together to minimise our collective climate impact.

Minerva’s Virtual Academy offers bespoke education for racers aged 12 – 18. Unlike traditional schools, the Academy can be accessed anywhere in the world, at any time, and offers a world-class, flexible education fit for the 21st century. Pupils no longer have to miss school to attend training, track events, or race weekends. 

The online school, which has won many awards since its launch, is run by Lawrence Tubb, a former head of department at Wycombe Abbey (one of the UK’s most prestigious private schools), and blends smart, interactive self-study (supported by the pupil’s personal mentor) with live online classes that can be managed around the athletes’ schedule. Young racers in particular are assisted by a unique mentoring programme that helps to develop them professionally as well as academically, overseeing their mental wellbeing whilst teaching soft skills such as public-speaking, self-confidence, and self-discipline.

Its pupils, who are able to choose from over 20 subjects at GCSE or A Level, are welcomed into a thriving, global community of talented pupils in sport and the arts, including Olympic hopefuls, West End performers, musicians, actors, and social media influencers, setting them up with brilliant friendships and connections for later on in life.

For the most bespoke solution (very popular in karting), private tutors from the school provide 1-2-1 teaching either in person or online, to ensure the pupil receives maximum attention and support on their path to success.

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