Unlike Mico & Mini MAX, Senior, Junior and the DD2 classes were classified as ‘professional sport’ in Belgium and thus able to make a start with the opening round of the Rotax MAX Challenge Euro Trophy at Genk on the weekend.
The Victorian Kart Championship hit Oakleigh Kart Club across the weekend with typical Melbourne weather – sunny and clear one minute, dark and heavy rain the next. It was so miserable Sunday morning that the fourth heats were dropped and racing moved straight into the Finals.
The finals at WSK Euro Series round 1 at Lonato were wet. very wet. Victories went to Arvid Lindblad (KR, OK), Jundrich Pesl (Parolin, Mini), Marijn Kremers (Birel, KZ2) and Rashid Al Dhaheri (Parolin, OKJ).
Proof that the sport of karting is well and truly back on its feet in New Zealand was evidenced by the final day of competition at the Kiwi Nationals and the crowning of the final three champions for 2021.
Christchurch-based international Jacob Douglas made it two NZ titles in two days on the second day of competition at this year’s Armstrong Group-backed three-day KartSport New Zealand National Sprint Championship meeting in Halswell today.
Local drivers Jacob Douglas and Henry Fisher made light of the changeable weather and track conditions to claim the first two class titles of the weekend on the first day of competition at the New Zealand National Sprint Championships.
The seventh season for the Texas Sprint Racing Series kicked off last weekend with its ‘Winter Warm-up’ event held at the NOLA Motorsports facility in Louisiana. A record 177 entries filled out the 12 categories.
Arvid Lindblad (OK – KR/IAME), Alex Powell (OK Junior – KR/IAME) and Christian Costoya (Mini – Parolin/TM) won the three classes contesting round 2 of the WSK Super Master Series at La Conca on the weekend. Two Australians competed at the event…
Drivers representing four states of Australia claimed honours on Sunday at the second round of the SP Tools Australian Kart Championship in Melbourne. 288 drivers contested the eight classes. Here’s the report, video, results and progressive championship placings.
Round Two of the 2021 SP Tools Australian Kart Championship fired into action in Melbourne today in mixed weather conditions. Here’s a wrap of the day, including video highlights, pics and the link for Sunday’s live stream.
250 karters turned up for the second round of the Ipswich Kart Club’s 2021 championship last Saturday, where the TaG Light and Heavy classes battled for the Graham Acreman Memorial trophies and KZ2 racers contested round 2 of their Qld series.
Karters from Auckland and all points south are set to celebrate a ‘return to (near) normality’ this weekend as the Hamilton club hosts the opening round of this year’s ProKart Series under a unified NZ-wide Level 1 COVID-19 alert level.
National level kart racing returns to Melbourne this weekend with the second round of the SP Tools Australian Kart Championship. Attendance numbers at Todd Rd will be limited, but Sunday’s racing will be live streamed. Click through for more, including the event timetable and live stream link.