The racing side of the business operates under Brechin Motorsport Park (BMP) while public karting operates under Gamebridge Go-Karts.  You may see the BMP logo, but the track will always be known as “Gamebridge”! 

Construction and renovation progress:

2015 – Site preparation, excavation, grading and drainage. 

2016 – North Track widened to 8 meters, installation of a large dual “grid” area, completion of dedicated Scales and Technical Inspection facility, installation of FIA-Approved Tecpro barrier system, installation of CIK·FIA engineered racing kerbs. 

2017 – Completion of two-storey Scoring, Registration and Parts building and extension of the North Track to a full-course sprint racing kart track.  The new  track is at least 8 meters wide in all sections and features many unique and challenging configurations.  Track can be divided so that the new South Track is always available for practice, test and tune as well as for Arrive & Drive events.  

2018 – Expansion and upgrade of Paddock, continued work on building interiors and work began on  a new Administration Building as well as additional onsite amenities.

We will continue to expand, grow and improve in 2019 and look forward to playing our part in the growth of karting and therefore motorsports in the years to come!

Freshly paved! 

The original track (lighter) was widened to 8 meters all around and then extended south (darker).

 

The North Track is used for Public Karts and the South Track for Practice, Test & Tune as well as Arrive & Drive events.  Multiple configurations combining the North & South tracks are possible for Club Racing and select Arrive & Drive Events.  Full track layouts for races will be made available for selected practice sessions as well.

Our renovated facilities  also include a generous double Grid area, as well as a dedicated Scales/Tech. building and a 2-storey building for Scoring, Registration and a Parts Shop.