Gippsland’s April Race Day

With the Numurkah track closed for re-surfacing works, several members from the Goulburn Valley Kart Club attended the Gippsland club’s April race day in Morwell on Sunday.

All classes got to run in wet, dry and mixed conditions, keeping everyone on their toes.

Luke Delina (65) backs it in behind Layne Siekman in TaG Restricted Medium (pic – Steve Dansie)

A reminder to potential entrants that round 3 of the Golden Power Series is at the venue in July, followed by the C&D Grade Titles in August.

Next race day at Morwell is May 26.

Results of FINALS:

KA4 Junior Light
1 Chloe Potter
2 Cameron Anderson

KA4 Junior Heavy
1 Owen Pettigrew
2 Ella Gough
3 Rhys Siekman


Cadet 12
1 Ryan Wyhoon
2 Harrison Martin
3 Choen Naumann

Cadet action, Harrison Martin ahead of Ryan Wyhoon, Cohen Naumann and Cody Boys (pic – Steve Dansie)

Cadet 9
1 Cody Boys

KA3 Senior Medium
1 Nathan Higginson
2 Grant Wicks
3 Mark Wicks

KA3 Senior Light
1 Zane Bright
2 Teilor Woolford
3 Cameron Correa

Cameron Correa leads the 100cc Lights away over Zane Bright (58), Teilor Wollford and Christian Viggiano. More Yamaha Clubmans are expected at the next race meeting, possibly even enough to run as a standalone class. (pic – Steve Dansie)

TaG R Light
1 Brodie Doidge
2 Daniel Howl
3 Tobias Clifton

TaG R Medium
1 Layne Siekman
2 Stephen Gough
3 Rodney Kubeil

KA3 Junior
1 Charee Zammit
2 Bodhi Bright


Brodie Doidge made the trip south worthwhile, winning the TaG R final
KA4 Junior Light winner Chloe Potter (pic – Steve Dansie)
Having raced the day prior, Stony Creek regulars Joshua Haywood (11) and Tobias Clifton (14) once again bolsted the TaG numbers (pic – Steve Dansie)