The members of the Lismore Kart Club have been busy over the past two months repairing their track that was damaged during the areas worst flood event in living history.
“A handful of people have been working tirelessly to get us to where we are at the moment” advised Club President Rick Bostock.
Working bees have been taking place every weekend since the floods.
The Club suffered extensive damage with water about 2 feet into the race control tower, majority of its equipment destroyed and displacement of the race shed off its mountings.
“We have a lot of work in front of us but we will be back as soon as we can” was the message from Publicity Officer Chris Williams in a social media update shortly after the flood.
The track was open for practice in April and the club is hoping to hold a club championship event in the near future.