Pfi’s Paul Fletcher given MSA award

Motor Sport News - - Karting -

The MSA have awarded Paul Fletcher the Sir Mal­colm Camp­bell Me­mo­rial Tro­phy in recog­ni­tion of his ser­vices to kart­ing at its Night of Cham­pi­ons event last month.

Fletcher is the man be­hind the PF In­ter­na­tional cir­cuit in Lin­colnshire which has be­come es­tab­lished as the UK’S lead­ing kart­ing track.

He opened the venue in 1994, but 2010 was the cir­cuit’s break­through year as it hosted the first CIK-FIA event in Bri­tain for 45 years.

Since then there has been an £1.3 mil­lion ex­ten­sion to the cir­cuit and it re­ceived an award for the best or­gan­ised CIK-FIA event of the year in 2015, hav­ing hosted a num­ber of world and Euro­pean events.

Fletcher is still owner of the track and is heav­ily in­volved in its op­er­a­tion, along with the Trent Val­ley Kart Club.

Fletcher set-up track

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