The battle for the blue plates is not far off as the Geelong Kart Club prepares for the first ever AASA Victorian Open Sprint Kart Championship on October 28-29.
Karters from multiple governing bodies will together for the two-day race meeting. The track will be open on Friday the 27th for an unofficial practice day for registered competitors.
Competition will be held on the 1001 metre “long” version of the circuit, in the usual anti-clockwise direction.
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.
Entries are still being taken and the classes offered are:
- 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)
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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- Geelong Kart Club website: www.geelongkartclub.com
- Contact for enquiries: 0447 607 796
- Class structure/rules (version 3.8) can be downloaded HERE
The club has an event at the circuit this Sunday the 22nd. The club will round out the year by hosting the KZ City of Geelong Titles on November 26.