Karters will be battling for blue plates at the AASA Victorian Sprint Kart Championship taking place at Geelong on October 28-29. Of note is that this event will be open to drivers who hold a valid licence from one of several governing bodies.
Competition will be held on the 1001 metre “long” version of the circuit, in the usual anti-clockwise direction. It will be the first ever running of a AASA Victorian Championship for karts – could you be one of the inaugural winners?
The meeting is open to competitors holding a current AASA GKC licence or approved equivalent, such as a KA or KNSW license. Competitors must be able to produce this license as requested by GKC officials.
There is no requirement for karts to carry a camera, though they can still be used.
- Junior Light
- Junior heavy
- Open Performance
- Restricted 125 Light
- Restricted 125 Heavy
- -Tag 125 Heavy
- Tag 125 Light
- Yamaha S Light (140 kg)
- Yamaha S Heavy (160 kg)
- Clubman Light (KA100/Yamaha S/ARC)
- Clubman Heavy (KA100/Yamaha S/ARC)
- Clubman Super Heavy (Yam S, ARC Air, ARC Water)
There is a minimum 8 entries per class, otherwise it could be withdrawn or combined.
Qualifying and some heat racing will take place Saturday. The remaining heats, pre-finals and the 16-lap finals take place Sunday.
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