Big Numbers at Oz Superkart Festival

The 2017 Festival of Superkarts saw one of the largest gatherings of road race machines in many years. Over 70 drivers from all states that race Superkarts attended the event at Phillip Island on the weekend. Continue reading

Jones Awarded WA KZ Drive

Michael Jones is the fourth X30 driver to receive the call up to race a round in the WA KZ Series via its Arrive-and-Drive program. Michael was interviewed prior to the round this Saturday. Continue reading

KartSport NZ Launch Revamped Coaching Academy

The governing body for karting in New Zealand has launched a revised Coaching Academy and 10-member team that now offers more one-on-one driver training. Continue reading

RIP – Duffy Livingstone

Duffy Livingstone, considered to be the world’s second person to have built a go kart and the man after which the IKF’s Duffy Awards are named, has passed away. Continue reading

SERA Set For September; Will Include Race Suit

The X5 SERA kart is set for official release in September and each kart will include a new SERA-branded race suit as part of the deal. Continue reading

Kiwi’s Present Their Rotax Grand Finals Squad

A mix of youth and experience make up the seven-strong Kiwi squad set to travel to Portugal later this year for the 18th annual Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals. Continue reading

City of Melbourne Packs ’em in

The 33rd running of the City of Melbourne Titles saw a close to 20% increase in entry numbers over last year, plus Brad Jenner win the unofficial feature class of TaG Light. Continue reading

South East Zone Series Concludes at Lake King

The small rural hamlet of Lake King was the venue for the final round of the South Eastern Zone Championships for 2017. Frank Viola reports (includes series placings). Continue reading

Kiwi On Podium at City of Melbourne

Liam Sceats claimed ‘top Kiwi’ status at the 33rd City of Melbourne Titles meeting on Sunday, with a podium spot (third) in the hotly contested Cadet 12 class. Continue reading

Kiwi KZ ProKart Series Concludes

Dylan Drysdale, Tim Loughran and Garry Cullum were the big winners after an all-action final round of New Zealand’s 2017 ProKart Series for KZ karts at Hamilton over the weekend. Continue reading