2023 Australian Kart Championship boasted $30,000 of prizes across the X30, KA3 Senior & KA3 Junior classes. Australian IAME distributor Remo Luciani thanked all the competitors in those classes as part of the prize giving at the AKC awards night.
“The weekend of the final round of the Australian Kart Championship was excellent” Remo stated.
“I’m extremely proud that the customers are happy with the IAME engine & their products & our customer service & ability to satisfy our Remo Racing customers”
“To see the close racing & the competitiveness in between the competitors themselves & to see their excitement when they return to the in-grid that they’ve had a great race, it was really pleasing.
“The other thing which is important is that it’s not the same person who wins all the time, but it was new faces & anyone & everybody can be competitive depending on the day, its not the same winner all of the time, it was pleasing to see that more than one person can extract the best out of the IAME engine.”
The X30, KA3 Senior & KA3 Junior Classes shared in $30,000 of IAME products from IAME & Remo Racing.
- KA3 Junior Champion: Pip Casabene
- KA3 Junior Runner-up: James Anagnostiadis
- KA3 Junior Third Place: William Thompson
- KA3 Senior Champion: Keegan Fraser
- KA3 Senior Runner-Up: Benito Montalbano
- KA3 Senior Third Place: Hunter Salvatore
- X30 Champion: Jace Matthews
- X30 Runner-Up: Brad Jenner
- X30 Third Place: Harrison Mitchell
EACH OF THE ABOVE PODIUM WINNERS RECEIVED THE FOLLOWING PRIZES:
3 x FIRST PRIZES
The KA3 Junior, KA3 Senior & X30 received an IAME KA100 Engine Kit, 2024 Australian Kart Championship Entry Fee & Eligibility to enter the 2024 IAME World Final.
3 x SECOND PRIZES
The KA3 Junior, KA3 Senior & X30 received an IAME KA100 Engine Kit.
3 x THIRD PRIZES
The KA3 Junior, KA3 Senior & X30 received an IAME KA100 Engine at 50% off or an IAME Spare Parts Voucher worth $1500 rrp.