Karting NSW has opened up its tyre rules to allow any recognised competition kart tyre to be used in ‘unofficial’ practice sessions at its tracks. The organisation acted on a rule change request put forward from a member.
James Wharton will contest the International Super Cup for KZ2 this weekend at the Kristianstad circuit in Sweden. Up against 100 other drivers, this is the effective ‘world title’ for the category and boasts a far bigger field than the KZ World Championship class.
Karting Victoria has issued the following update to its clubs regarding where it sits with the current COVID restrictions. Basically, there’s nothing happening until the State Government advises otherwise.
After much “on again, off again” and calendar shuffling, the fourth round of the Queensland Superkart Club Championship Series was finally held at Queensland Raceway on August 21-22. Here’s the race report, photos and series points.
Despite the difficulties of various COVID lockdowns during 2021, the Ipswich Kart Club has still been able to conduct three Come-and-Try days this year. The most recent was on Saturday when 34 newbies got to try out the sport.
What’s it take to keep a bunch of Superkarts running? The Queensland-based Weier Family Racing team has been posting updates about the trials and tribulations of going racing in the road race divisions.
An absolutely dominant win in the premier KZ2 class at the penultimate round of the ProKart Series at Tokoroa on Sunday has given ace Auckland driver Mat Kinsman a valuable points buffer ahead of the final round at Hamilton next month. Report/photos/results from NZ.
The 2021 edition of the King Of The Hill was a cracker, 240 entries racing on a wet track into the night at Hurricane Go Kart Club. Here’s Chris Mitchell’s event wrap, including footage of all the finals, presentations and even the heat racing.