Gippsland Kicks Off 2022

With everyone on new tyres on a 32-degree day, grip was high and the lap times low for the opening event on the Gippsland Go Kart Club’s calendar for 2022, the February club day on Sunday.

Jamie Rowe, Ryan Wyhoon, Bryce Felmingham and Jordan Bantick all enjoyed a clean sweep of their respective categories, taking wins in all three eight-lap heats plus the 12-lap finals.

Results (overall points for the day):

Cadet 9
1 Jordan Bantick
2 Samuel Jansen van Vuuren
3 Oliver Armitt

Cadet 9 victory went to Jordan Bantick (pic – Steve Dansie)

Cadet 12
1 Bryce Felmingham
2 Corey O’Brien
3 Tyler Interlandi

Perfect score for Bryce Felmingham in Cadet 12, four wins from four starts (pic – Steve Dansie)

KA4 Junior Light
1 Ryan Wyhoon
2 Nate Young
3 Cody Boys


Ryan Wyhoon, here leading Cody Boys and Nate Young, won all the KA4 Junior Light races (pic – Steve Dansie)

KA4 Junior Heavy
1 Isabel Rowe
2 Ieasha Rowe
3 Cameron Anderson

The Rowe sisters finished equal on points in Junior Heavy, but Isabel (50) got the gold by winning the final over Ieasha (51) (pic – Steve Dansie)

KA3 Senior Light
1 Jamie Rowe
2 Nick Popple
3 Liam Kaldvee

Nick Popple leads class winner Jamie Rowe and recent Junior graduate Liam Kaldvee in KA3 Senior Light (pic – Steve Dansie)

KA3 Senior Medium
1 Bodhi Bright
2 Mark Wicks
3 Max O’Connor

KA4 Senior Medium boasted the largest senior field seen at Morwell for some time. Bodhi Bright took a comfortable win, here leading the start of one of the heat races (pic – Steve Dansie)

TaG 125 Light
1 Troy Alger
2 Jamie Rowe
3 Zane Bright

Troy Alger won TaG Light first time out aboard his new DR Kart (pic – Steve Dansie)

TaG 125 Heavy
1 Geoff Wyhoon
2 David Bishoff
3 Cameron Correa


Start of the new season saw another TaG Heavy win for Geoff Wyhoon (pic – Steve Dansie)