club press release
With an average entry of 225 for each club round in 2022, Ipswich Kart Club certainly had a fantastic racing season with huge participation numbers and continued to entrench itself as the premier club championship in Australian karting.
2023 is shaping up to be an even bigger season at Ipswich Kart Club, with an 8 Round Club Championship, the 2023 Queensland State Cup and of course an AKC Round back at Ipswich.
The 2023 Club Championship will get underway with Round 1 on Saturday the 4th of February with the famous Unofficial World Cadet Titles.
Round 2 of the IKC Club Championships will be on Saturday March 4th and the Queensland 4SS competitor base will be out in force for the IKC 4SS Titles.
Round 3 on Saturday April 1st will be the KA100 Titles for KA3 Senior (Championship weight) KA3 Junior Light and KA3 Junior Heavy.
The Queensland Open Performance Titles will be contested at Round 4 on Saturday 29th April.
Round 5, contested over 2 days on Saturday 10th of June and Sunday 11th of June will serve as the AKC Shakedown meeting and being the weekend following the AKC Round at Newcastle will offer a fantastic opportunity for all southern state based competitors to travel north after Newcastle and practice and race the next weekend at Ipswich.
The Australian Kart Championship of course returns to Ipswich in 2023 and will be on Friday 14th, Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th of July.
Saturday 5th of August will be Round 6 of the IKC Championship and will be the TAG Restricted Titles
Saturday 2nd of September will be the date for IKC Round 7 for the TAG Titles.
30th of September and 1st of October, Ipswich Kart Club will be hosting the Queensland State Cup.
The Club Championship season will finish with Round 8 on the 28th of October with the Capri Cup.
Further details about race day formats and track configurations which may be used throughout 2023, will be released early in the new year and some exciting announcements will be made in coming weeks regarding KA2 and KZ2 racing at Ipswich club days.