Gippsland’s July Races

Despite the great weather, the Gippsland Go Kart Club encountered its smallest entry of the modern era on Sunday, just 18 competitors fronting at Tramway Park Raceway for the July club day.

Hopefully that was mostly because several were sitting this one out and saving their gear for the City of Melbourne Titles.

Largest class of the day was Cadet 12 with five entries, here with Jackson Stone leading the way (pic – Steve Dansie)
Largest field of the day comprised three classes, KA3 Medium (3), Combined Light (2) and Combined Medium (1) but still provided plenty of close racing. (pic – Steve Dansie)


TaG 125 Light
1 Troy Alger

TaG 125 Heavy
1 Geoff Wyhoon
2 David Bishoff

TaG 125 Heavy winner Geoff Wyhoon demonstrates oversteer (above) and understeer (below) to David Bishoff – all in the one corner! (pic – Steve Dansie)
(pic – Steve Dansie)

KA3 Medium
1 Mark Wicks
2 Grant Wicks
3 Brian Milkins


Vic Combined Light
1 Daniel Howl
2 Zane Bright

Vic Combined Medium
1 Adam Greenwood

Adam Greenwood (35) and Grant Wicks (22) had a great scrap in their Final, here ahead of Brian Milkins (pic – Steve Dansie)

Cadet 12
1 Cody Boys
2 Ryan yhoon
3 Jackson Stone

Cadet 12 winner Cody Boys (pic – Steve Dansie)

KA4 Junior Heavy
1 Owen Pettigrew
2 Kait Martin

KA4 Junior Light
1 Cameron Anderson
2 Jack Filliponi


Juniors head to turn 1, Cameron Anderson leads Owen Pettigrew (97), Kait Martin and Jack Fillipono (pic – Steve Dansie)
Zane Bright leads the combined senior field, but 2 DNFs (broken chain, then broken engine) ruined his points for the day (pic – Steve Dansie)
Daniel Howl #43 took out Combined Light (pic – Steve Dansie)