Karting NSW has released its 2022 annual report. The 32-page document includes reports from various Zone Directors, Board of Directors profile plus the audited financial reports for the 2021-22 financial year.
Some key points:
- Karting NSW has 2,179 licence holders and 24 affiliated clubs
- Changes to the Board of Directors include the appointment of respected industry member Ian Black to the position of Director of Competition
- Conclusion of various legal proceedings, namely the successful defending of Karting Australia’s appeal and settlement (on confidential terms) of KA’s proceedings for alleged breach of trademark and copyright violation
- An overall increase in revenue, but a decrease in income from permits and licenses.
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FROM THE ACTING CHAIR – PHIL MIDDLETON
As the newly appointed Acting Chair, I would firstly like to thank Paul Brennan AM for his contribution to our sport over the past 11 months. In light of recent catastrophes, unprecedented rain and on the back of Covid 19 recovery I’m happy to report that participation rates have increased by approximately 5% over the last six months. We have to spare a thought for the Lismore Kart Club who once again has had their facility devastated by flooding.
I’m happy to announce the recent appointment of two new board members Ian Black as Director of Competition and Lisa Darley as Director of Promotion, Marketing and Media, myself and the Board are extremely confident that their knowledge and experience will benefit the skill set of the Board. I look forward to working with them into the future.
This year we saw the Hunter Valley Club form and successfully run a number of meetings at the Newcastle facility. We successfully ran four state titles NSW State Tiles at Dubbo, ACT State Titles at Canberra, Speedway, Endurance and new to state title status was the ever increasing 4SS class.
Thanks goes to Goodyear and Dunlop Tyres and Les May at ALM Sales for sponsoring and promoting the grid kids opportunity to meet drivers and teams at Sydney Motorsport Park Beaurepaires Sydney Night Race at Sydney Motorsport Park and the Repco Bathurst 1000 at Mount Panorama.