Queensland Kart Champions to be crowned this weekend in Ipswich

Published on Wednesday, June 26, 2024

Queensland Kart Champions to be crowned this weekend in Ipswich

The Queensland Kart Championship presented by the Onsite Rental Group, is set to ignite the Ipswich Kart Club this weekend. With more than 380 entries across 12 competitive classes, this event promises to be a spectacular showcase of karting talent from Australia and New Zealand.
 

From the youngest competitors in the Cadet 9 category to the seasoned racers in the TaG 125 Restricted Masters Class, the championship will see a wide array of participants vying for top honours.  Among the entry lists are a number of reigning Queensland and Australian champions.
 

Classes in the championship include Cadet 9, Cadet 12, KA3 Junior Light and Heavy, KA3 Senior, KA2, TaG 125 Light, TaG 125 Heavy, TaG 125 Restricted Light, Medium and Masters along with DD2 Masters. The weekend’s schedule is packed with action, beginning with practice sessions and qualifying on Friday, followed by qualifying heats and finals across Saturday and Sunday.
 

"The Queensland Kart Championship is one of the highlights of our karting calendar. It's always exciting to see so many talented drivers from across the country and New Zealand come together to compete,” said Karting Australia CEO Kelvin O’Reilly.

“This championship not only highlights the skill and dedication of our drivers but also the incredible support from their families and the karting community. We're looking forward to a fantastic weekend of racing at the Ipswich Kart Club."
 

For those unable to attend trackside at Champions Way, Willowbank, the event will be streamed live on YouTube, ensuring that karting enthusiasts can follow the action from anywhere.
 

The Ipswich Kart Club has a storied history of hosting major karting events, and this weekend's championship is set to continue that legacy while also rounding out the City of Ipswich’s annual month-long Festival of Horsepower.
 

 

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