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Covkartsport was founded in 1996 by Nick Staveley Stanley MBE. Nick identified a gap in the market for a well organised, low-cost, multi-circuit arrive and drive Championship. Nick used his experience he had encountered in many different motor racing events to develop Covkartsport.

Covkartsport has provided numerous drivers the opportunity to race at a competitive level, and also gain experience for those who had not raced within a championship previously. Covkartsport has also helped people to progress into higher forms of motorsport, such as Formula Vee and the Clio Cup. 

Due to the hard work and dedication, Covkartsport President, Nick Staveley Stanley became the first person, from the kart racing community to be awarded an MBE for Services to Motorsport. This shows how successful Covkartsport has been over the years.

The success of Covkartsport today is due to the support of the members, the depth of the competition and the volunteers.

Royal Honour - MBE Award for Nick Staveley-Stanley

In 2013 the founder and President of COVKARTSPORT, Nicholas Staveley Stanley, was appointed, by HM the Queen, to Membership of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) for Services to Motorsport, based solely upon what Nick has achieved for COVKARTSPORT and its members since it was established in 1996. Nick is the only person from the karting community, in the many years of kart-racing history, to ever receive HM the Queen's Honour for Services to Motorsport.

This can be seen as a brilliant vindication of the way COVKARTSPORT is run and what the club represents. The kudos and credibility, that come with this Queen's Honour, must be shared by all of COVKARTSPORT's Organisers and members, both past and present) as, without their support, this MBE could never have been achieved.

Nick received his Honour at the same time that Christian Horner, the boss of the Red Bull F1 Racing team, received his. Two men receiving a Queen's Honour - at polar opposites of the motorsport world. Never-the-less, two men who have been formally recognised for their quite different and valuable contributions to motorsport. 

In case you are wondering exactly why Nick has received the MBE, his nomination was assessed against 11 key criteria including a measure of how many people have benefitted from the club (between 500 and 1000) , the continuing benefit of the club to its members, its longevity and its local charity support. It is these facts that convinced the Honours Committee to make the recommendation of the MBE along with the many supporting letters sent to the Cabinet Office by the membership.

Nick would like to sincerely thank both Paul Cox (F4 Racing Driver & Instructor) and Professor Steve Thornton who is both the Patron of COVKARTSPORT and the Dean of Exeter University Medical School for nominating him. Nick would also like to thank his wife (for always tolerating the trials and tribulations of COVKARTSPORT) and the many members who sent the Cabinet Office letters of support.

What the media had to say:

Nick was featured in all forms of media including TV. Below is a selection of quotations from a few of the published news-features that also included a lot of information about COVKARTSPORT.

MOTORSPORT NEWS : "Staveley Stanley is the first person to be recognised, in the Honour's List, specifically for their work in karting" - Russell Hayes (26/06/2013)

AUTOCAR Magazine : "Red-Bull boss, Christian Horner, has been awarded an OBE, Covkartsport's Nick Stanley is now an MBE but William's Patrick is still plain old Mr. Head!" and "It is rare that there are non-F1 motorsport names in the Honour's List these days, but this time an MBE went to Nick Stanley, the founder of Covkartsport!"- Joe Saward (19/06/2013)

COVENTRY TELEGRAPH : "Also honoured is Nick Staveley Stanley, who kick-started a unique four-wheel racing club in 1996 and receives the MBE for Services to Motorsport!" - Mike Malyon (15/06/2013)

BBC-1 TV: "Nick is credited with opening-up Championship Racing to all!" - Kevin Reide (15/06/2013)

Previous Seasons - Results and Championship Tables

Click on the links below to view the Results and Championship Tables since 2014. Unfortunately, not all of the results and tables prior to 2014 are currently available...

2019 Season

2018 Season

2017 Season

2016 Season

2015 Season

2014 Season

Hall of Fame - Championship Winners

National Series

Year

Junior

Junior Plus

Lightweight

Lightweight Plus

Heavyweight

Heavyweight Plus

Overall

1996

-

-

-

-

-

-

Nick Stanley

1197

Ben Beckwith

-

-

-

-

-

Tony Sime

1998

Ben Beckwith

-

Tony Sime

-

Adi Smith

-

Tony Sime

1999

Sam Tomlinson

-

Allan Smith

-

Martin Tomlinson

-

Allan Smith

2000

Tom Anderson

-

Allan Smith

-

Peter Realf

-

Tom Anderson

2001

Tom Anderson

-

Paul Cox

-

Peter Realf

-

Paul Cox

2002

Ryan Lindsay

-

Dave Hodson

-

Vince Cogzell

-

Ryan Lindsay

2003

Ryan Lindsay

-

Paul Cox

-

Vince Cogzell

-

Paul Cox

2004

Andrew Juckes

-

Ryan Lindsay

-

Vince Cogzell

-

Vince Cogzell

2005

Matt Griffin

-

Ryan Lindsay

-

Clive Childs

-

Clive Childs

2006

Callum Foreman 

-

Jordan Fitzpatrick

-

Clive Childs

-

Clive Childs

2007

Russell Pinks

Alex Burrows

Graham Wallace

Stuart Corr

Luke Calvert

Robert Jobson

Luke Calvert

2008

Ashley Carter

Kieran Rochell

Ryan Lindsay

John Stanton

Vince Cogzell

Shaun Jobson

Ashley Carter

2009

Jack Macauley

Ciaran Macdonald

Graham Wallace

John Stanton

Vince Cogzell

Frazer Edge

V. Cogzell/J. Macauley

2010

Jack Macauley

Kyle Morby

Gary Jones

John Stanton

John Payton

Shaun Jobson

Jack Macauley

2011

Ben Davis

Kyle Morby

Graham Wallace

Mark Bramford

David Whitehouse

Ian Seager

Ben Davis

2012

Neil Vincent

Kayleigh Vincent

Ben Davis

Gary Jones

David Whitehouse

Carl Vella

Neil Vincent

2013

Sam Lovelace

Oliver Baines

Alex Harding

Mark Bramford

Jeff Chapman

Craig Mcvoy

Sam Lovelace

2014

Sam Lovelace

Ami Jerger

Brandon Williams

Richard Dunn

Jeff Chapman

Jonathan Carty

Sam Lovelace

2015

Dante Dhillon

Matt Tetley

Brandon Williams

Mark Bramford

Chris Daines

Jonathan Carty

C. Daines/B. Williams

2016

Dan Beardmore

Tom Sherriff

Brandon Williams

Karl Spencer

Jordan Taylor

Jonathan Carty

Brandon Williams

2017

Bailey Morgan 

Tom Sherriff

Paul Cox

Alex Harding

Chris Daines

Slawek Piskorz

Chris Daines

2018

Bailey Morgan

Robert Taylor

Sam Lovelace

Alex Harding 

Chris Daines

Chris Peberdy

Chris Daines

2019

Thomas Wallace 

Alex Whipday

Kallum Jones

Alex Harding

Guy Tolley

Sam Foster

Thomas Wallace

NOTE : Since the introduction in 2007 of the 'Plus' class, the overall Championship Winner in each of Juniors, Lightweights and Heavyweights has been in the 'standard' class, with the exception of 2018, where the first placed driver (Robert Taylor) in the Junior championship was in the 'Plus' class. The Junior Class Champion, finished 2nd overall in the main Junior Championship.

Winter Series

Year

Junior

Junior Plus

Lightweight

Lightweight Plus

Heavyweight

Heavyweight Plus

Overall

2006

Chris Hall Jr.

-

Jordan Fitzpatrick

-

Clive Childs

-

Jordan Fitzpatrick

2007

Chris Hall Jr.

-

Jordan Fitzpatrick

-

Clive Childs

-

Chris Hall Jr.

2008

Ashley Carter

Stuart Stretton

Callum Foreman 

Stuart Corr

Vince Cogzell

Gulam Nabi

Vince Cogzell

2009

Jack Macauley

Kaine Boswell

Asley Carter

Stuart Corr

Peter Fowler

Shaun Jobson

Ashley Carter

2010

Jack Macauley

Kyle Morby

Graham Wallace

Danny Henney

Richard Middleton

Dean Davis

D. Henney/D. Davis

2011

Ben Davis

Kyle Morby

Graham Wallace

Danny Henney

John Payton

Andy Vernon

Ben Davis

2012

Neil Vincent

Kyle Morby

Alex Harding

Mark Bramford

David Whitehouse

Dean Davis

Neil Vincent

2013

Sam Lovelace

Kai Surtees

Neil Vincent

Gary Jones

Dean Davis

Ben Filer

Dean Davis

2014

Sam Lovelace

Ami Jerger

Daniel Truman

Gary Jones

Wayne Lidgbird

Dean Davis

Daniel Truman

2015

Sam Lovelace

Matt Tetley

James Saunders

Mark Bramford

Chris Daines

Jonathan Carty

Sam Lovelace

2016

Dante Dhillon

George Hucknall

James Saunders

Dave Hodson

Andrew Spencer 

Slawek Piskorz

Dante Dhillon

2017

Edmond Mews

Dan Beardmore

Paul Cox

Karl Spencer

Andrew Spencer

Slawek Piskorz

Dan Beardmore

NOTE : The Winter Series was stopped after 2017, when the National Series switched to a 10 Round Championship

Number of Championships Won

Pos

Name

National Series

Winter Series

Total

1

Vince Cogzell

5

1

6

2

Sam Lovelace

3

3

6

3

Ryan Lindsay

5

0

5

4

Alex Harding

4

1

5

T-5

Graham Wallace

3

2

5

T-5

Mark Bramford

3

2

5

7

Kyle Morby

2

3

5

T-8

Chris Daines

3

1

4

T-8

Jonathan Carty

3

1

4

T-8

Paul Cox

3

1

4

T-11

 Clive Childs

2

2

4

T-11

Gary Jones

2

2

4

T-11

Jack Macauley

2

2

4

14

Dean Davis

0

4

4

T-15

Brandon Williams

3

0

3

T-15

John Stanton

3

0

3

T-17

Ben Davis

2

1

3

T-17

David Whitehouse

2

1

3

T-17

Shaun Jobson

2

1

3

T-20

Ashley Carter

1

2

3

T-20

Jordan Fitzpatrick

1

2

3

T-20

Neil Vincent

1

2

3

T-20

Slawek Piskorz

1

2

3

T-20

 Stuart Corr

1

2

3

T-25

Allan Smith

2

0

2

T-25

Bailey Morgan

2

0

2

T-25

Ben Beckwith

2

0

2

T-25

Jeff Chapman

2

0

2

T-25

Peter Realf

2

0

2

T-25

Tom Anderson

2

0

2

T-25

Tom Sherriff

2

0

2

T-32

Ami Jerger

1

1

2

T-32

Callum Foreman

1

1

2

T-32

Dan Beardmore

1

1

2

T-32

Dante Dhillon

1

1

2

T-32

Dave Hodson

1

1

2

T-32

John Payton

1

1

2

T-32

Karl Spencer

1

1

2

T-32

Matt Tetley

1

1

2

T-40

Andrew Spencer

0

2

2

T-40

Chris Hall Jr.

0

2

2

T-40

Danny Henney

0

2

2

T-40

James Saunders

0

2

2

T-44

Adi Smith

1

0

1

T-44

Alex Burrows

1

0

1

T-44

Alex Whipday

1

0

1

T-44

Andrew Juckes

1

0

1

T-44

Carl Vella

1

0

1

T-44

Chris Peberdy

1

0

1

T-44

Ciaran Macdonald

1

0

1

T-44

Craig Mcvoy

1

0

1

T-44

Frazer Edge

1

0

1

T-44

Guy Tolley

1

0

1

T-44

Ian Seager

1

0

1

T-44

Jordan Taylor

1

0

1

T-44

Kallum Jones

1

0

1

T-44

Kayleigh Vincent

1

0

1

T-44

Kieran Rochell

1

0

1

T-44

Luke Calvert

1

0

1

T-44

Martin Tomlinson

1

0

1

T-44

Matt Griffin

1

0

1

T-44

Oliver Baines

1

0

1

T-44

Richard Dunn

1

0

1

T-44

Robert Jobson

1

0

1

T-44

Robert Taylor

1

0

1

T-44

Russell Pinks

1

0

1

T-44

Sam Foster

1

0

1

T-44

Sam Tomlinson

1

0

1

T-44

Thomas Wallace

1

0

1

T-44

Tony Sime

1

0

1

T-71

Andy Vernon

0

1

1

T-71

Ben Filer

0

1

1

T-71

Daniel Truman

0

1

1

T-71

Edmond Mews

0

1

1

T-71

George Hucknall

0

1

1

T-71

Gulam Nabi

0

1

1

T-71

Kai Surtees

0

1

1

T-71

Kaine Boswell

0

1

1

T-71

Peter Fowler

0

1

1

T-71

Richard Middleton

0

1

1

T-71

Stuart Stretton

0

1

1

T-71

Wayne Lidgbird

0

1

1

Since starting in 1996, there have been a total of 82 different Champions in the various Juniors, Lightweights and Heavyweights categories across the National and Winter Series.

All the Champions are listed to the left, in order of total wins - where tied, the number of National Series wins takes precedence.

Winning one Championship title with Covkartsport is a fantastic achievement, so to win multiple titles is phenomenal...!

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