Karting Australia has confirmed the second round of the 2021 SP Tools Australian Kart Championship presented by Castrol EDGE will be contested as planned at Todd Rd in Melbourne on March 12-14.
According to an AKC press release, the event will be subject to COVID restrictions that include a maximum of 1,000 attendees, and that all attendees will be required to sign-in upon arrival.
Currently in Victoria people must wear masks indoors, plus outdoors if unable to socially distance. If the current low COVID numbers continue, it is expected this will be relaxed inside the next week.
“Competitors who have pre-paid for the entire Championship will be automatically entered” the press release stated.
All other competitors are required to enter via KA’s CMS. Entries open at 6pm AEDT Tuesday February 23 and close at 11:59pm on Sunday, February 28.
Entries will only be accepted in each class until the track capacity of 36 is reached.
Practice will be scheduled for Friday March 12 ahead of Qualifying and heat races on Saturday March 13 and the Finals on Sunday March 14.
The Go-Kart Club of Victoria will be holding its monthly Club Day this weekend. AKC regulations allow AKC competitors to race at this event. Interstate licence holders competing in the AKC are unable to practice at the venue outside of this event.
The release also said the Todd Rd circuit is closed to ALL Competitors from 12:01pm on Monday March 1.