Doohan Quick, But No Result In Spain

The OK-Junior final was reflective of the rest of the weekend for Jack Doohan in the Spanish round of the European Championship on the weekend. Starting 27th (after 2 DNFs, …

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Aussies In Spain This Weekend

Australian karters Jack Doohan and Flynn Jackes are competing at Fernando Alonso’s race track this weekend in the Spanish round of the European Championships, but Tony Kart’s Marco Ardigò has had to withdraw.

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Hill Steps It Up at NZ Sunbelt Championships

Nelson’s Bo Hill was one of the stand-out performers at the GK Karts Sunbelt Sprint Championships where over 80 karters from around New Zealand participated in the event across two different circuits on the one weekend.

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Hot Action in California Prokart Challenge Round 3

It was a hot return for the California ProKart Challenge to the CalSpeed Karting Centre on the weekend, Michael Avansino earning his first series win in X30 while Billy Musgrave extended his streak of success in S1 Pro.

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Jubilation & Frustration for Jordie Ford

Australian Superkarter Jordan Ford has won a round in the Mono category of the CIK-FIA European Superkart Championship! But the Donington race meeting could have offered so much more…

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Clay Pigeon’s Super One Series Round 5

The UK’s Super One Series completed its fifth event at Clay Pigeon on the weekend, featuring the first two rounds of the British Championships for the international classes OK and OK-Junior. Honda Cadet and the two TKM classes had their third rounds with entries large enough for Repechages in two of the three classes.

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Jack & Addy Step Up at WPKA Championship Meeting

A decent field of ClubSport120/BriggsLO206 fronted at the annual WPKA Championship kart race meeting in Palmerston on Sunday, but there were no bigger smiles than those on the faces of Juniors Riley Jack & Asten Addy.

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2017 Sodi World Finals

The Sodi World Finals were held in France recently and a bunch of Australians contested the event – one in the Sprint Cup and three teams in the Endurance Cup.

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Rotax Euro ‘Kart Prix 2’

Kart Prix 2 of RGMMC Rotax Max Euro Challenge took place in Salbris, France last week under clear blue skies and high temperatures.

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AKC Podium For 8-Year-Old Kiwi

Emerson Vincent (10) was the best finishing Kiwi at the third round of the 2017 Australian Kart Championship at Monarto over the weekend (pic - Fast Company/Coopers Photography)

Pint-sized Pukekohe driver Emerson Vincent was the top Kiwi finisher with third place in the Cadet 9 class Final at the third round of the Australian Kart Championship in South Australia over the weekend.

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Aussie to Contest European Superkart Championship

Jordan Ford has confirmed he will compete in all three rounds of the 2017 CIK-FIA European Superkart Championship, kicking off at Donnington next weekend where he’ll attempt to defend his British GP title.

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New Venue For 2017 SKUSA Supernationals

Video Interview: SKUSA’s Tom Kutscher gives his sometimes colourful and often polarizing opinions on a variety of aspects of the karting industry in the USA, including a new venue for this year’s SuperNationals in Las Vegas. “We have room to make the most bitchin’ track you can think of.”

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Karting Instructor Qualifies For Indy 500

pic - jayhoward.com

Karting instructor Jay Howard has qualified for this weekend’s Indianapolis 500. That’s a bit like Troy Hunt or Dave Sera qualifying for the Bathurst 1000. Howard runs driver development and karting programs at NOLA Motorsports Park in New Orleans.

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News Briefs!

Some of the latest info from here and overseas – includes various event updates and Supp Regs, the Billy Monger interview plus Dave Sera’s guide to driving Monarto

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Lap Records Under Threat at NZ Prokart Round

Ryan Grant, KZ2 (pic - Fast Company/Graham Hughes)

The Rotorua track record could be broken this weekend as the NZ Prokart KZ2 series rolls into town. But it won’t be re-set Australian Troy Loeskow, who despite sitting second in the Championship, will not be competing this weekend.

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