Hi, I've recently been to some indoor arrive and drive karting tracks and feel like I did well considering that I haven't been karting for at least 10 years (I definitely need to make some improvements, especially with breaking and accelerating around corners). So I would like to know the best way into competitive karting if I want to compete in senior Rotax next year at a local or regional level. I have seen that the British Indoor Karting Championship has just begun but would like to know if it would be better to compete in that, as the way it is structured you get to practice while you qualify and they take your best 3 lap times across all the sessions you do, and then get a kart at the end of the year or to get my own kart and get some practice on outdoor tracks as I understand it can be a lot different due to weather? I understand that I will need to practice a lot to start competing next year or even to get a competitive score in the BIKC but I will be able to get out at least weekly for a few months, and then I should be able to do weekends or every other weekend from September. Any advice is much appreciated. Thank you in advance for your help.