South Australian Kart Championship

Southern Go Kart Club hosted the South Australian Kart Championship at Bolivar on the weekend.

Ninety-five entrants contested the 10 classes of competition. While the absolute numbers were not big, the fields were classy with some of the country’s top drivers attending.


Cadet 9
1 Noah Enright
2 Riley Blaxell
3 Ewan Anderson

Cadet 9 winner Noah Enright (pic – Glenn Davidson)

KA4 Junior Light
1 Christian Cowie
2 Marcus Pisani
3 Joshua Elliston

Christian Cowie, 1st KA4 Junior Light (pic – Glenn Davidson)

KA3 Junior
1 Hugo Simpson
2 James Piszcyk
3 Troy Fortanier

Hugo Simpson wins KA3 Junior closely followed by James Piszcyk (pic – Glenn Davidson)

KA3 Senior
1 Joshua Denton
2 Corey Herbertson
3 Amber Miller


Josh Denton took out KA3 Senior (pic – Glenn Davidson)

TaG 125 Heavy
1 Ben Edwards
2 Leigh Cocker
3 Matthew Hall

TaG Restricted Medium
1 Christopher Quinlan
2 Simon Major
3 Adam Sharp

TaG Restricted Medium winner Christopher Quinlan leads Simon Major (pic – Glenn Davidson)

Cadet 12
1 Peter Bouzinelos
2 Jesse Lacey
3 Ben Holliday

Cadet 12 winner Peter Bouzinelos leads Ben Holliday, Jesse Lacey and Lewis Francis(pic – Glenn Davidson)

TaG Restricted Light
1 Ryan Nicholson
2 Andrew Sotiropoulos
3 Peter Zacharia

Max Torcasio leads Andrew Sotiropoulos, TaG Restricted Light (pic – Glenn Davidson)

TaG 125 Light
1 Daniel Wallis
2 Ryan Morgan
3 Nicholas Holmes-Karavas

Daniel Wallis, 1st TaG 125 Light (pic – Glenn Davidson)

X30 Light
1 Jaiden Pope
2 David Sera
3 Angus Wallace


Jaiden Pope, 1st X30 Light (pic – Glenn Davidson)
Nick Percat returned ‘home’ to have a run in X30 (pic – Glenn Davidson)
Matthew Hall, 3rd TaG 125 Heavy (pic – Glenn Davidson)

Blue Plates – the 2019 SA State Champions