The NKRA, National Kart Racing Association, is the organisation for the Clubman driver looking to extend his experience and contacts while racing within the Clubman circuit.
The NKRA is an association of clubs and drivers who have got together to provide Clubman racing inside the framework of normal club meetings whilst at the same time bringing in drivers from other clubs to provide a varied level of skill against which club members can test their metal.
The NKRA provides a nationally recognised championship in popular classes without the expense required to follow the championship all over the country. The NKRA formula is based on reciprocity, that clubs will benefit from a larger than normal grid on some occasions, while occasionally seeing their regular grid drivers visiting other clubs in the Championship.
The NKRA is also the authorised organisation with oversight over the Formula Blue and Junior Blue classes, the NKRA structure provides for the National '0'plate event as well as awarding the nationally recognised 'prestigious' numbers for Formula Blue and Junior Blue.
The aim of the NKRA is to provide a low cost alternative to the dedicated national championships with theiir own non-club meetings and their need for higher budgets and commitments of time and support.