Round honours spread across the country at Australian Kart Championship Round Two

Round honours spread across the country at Australian Kart Championship Round Two Read more

Drivers representing four states of Australia claimed honours on Sunday at the second round of the SP Tools Australian Kart Championship, presented by Castrol EDGE in Port Melbourne. With 288 drivers across the eight classes, a thrilling weekend of racing drew to a conclusion, intensifying the title chases as the Championship heads to Adelaide’s Bolivar Raceway on the first weekend in May.

Australian Kart Championship: Top level kart racing returns to Melbourne this weekend

Australian Kart Championship: Top level kart racing returns to Melbourne this weekend Read more

Australia’s highest level of kart racing, the SP Tools Australian Kart Championship presented by Castrol EDGE, makes a long-awaited return to Melbourne, Victoria this weekend. Twelve months after the COVID Pandemic brought the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix to a grinding halt, Australia’s next generation of motorsport stars will be in action at the Port Melbourne International Karting Complex for round two of the 2021 Championship.

Hard fought battles during Australian Kart Championship return in Newcastle

Hard fought battles during Australian Kart Championship return in Newcastle Read more

There were plenty of hard fought battles as the second round of the 2020 SP Tools Australian Kart Championship presented by Castrol EDGE concluded in Newcastle on Sunday. The race of the day and arguably the last two seasons of AKC competition was the Cadet 12 Final. After the early running, where competitors got into their stride it developed into a three kart battle between Parolin drivers Lewis Francis, Jenson and Jaxson Burns.

Ultimate club racers crowned at the bend

Ultimate club racers crowned at the bend Read more

The first ever Ultimate Club Racer event has come to an end at South Australia’s The Bend Motorsport Park with winners coming from no less than five Australian states in a dramatic final day that crowned Australia’s best club karters. The inaugural event drew together racers from every state in Australia to compete for the ‘silver plate’ that they’ll have the honour of running for the next 12 months in Karting Australia competition.