Gold Coast’s Race of Stars cancelled

Gold Coast’s Race of Stars cancelled Read more

The Race of Stars International Karting Event will not be held at the Xtreme Karting Facility on the Gold Coast in November as originally planned. The announcement comes following a decision earlier this month by the Planning and Environment Court of Queensland to refuse a development application appeal by the owners of the facility. The decision has forced the owners of the facility to cease operation with immediate effect.

Significant boost for Victorian Kart Clubs from Government Grants Program

Significant boost for Victorian Kart Clubs from Government Grants Program Read more

Four Karting Australia-affiliated clubs in Victoria have recently been announced as recipients of a total of $751,049 in government grants courtesy of the Victorian Government Community Motorsport Program.

New Chairman for Karting Australia Board

New Chairman for Karting Australia Board Read more

Long-time karting administrator Glen Egan has been elected as Chairman of Australian Karting Association Ltd (Karting Australia) at the recent Board Meeting.

Significant participation growth as karting emerges from lockdown

Significant participation growth as karting emerges from lockdown Read more

Karting Australia events across the Country continue to thrive as the karting community tackles the ‘Road out of Lockdown’. For those States that have been consistently able to hold events in a COVIDSafe Environment throughout July and August, participation numbers have increased 23% on the corresponding period in 2019.

Karting Australia’s Club level karting roars back to life after lockdown

Karting Australia’s Club level karting roars back to life after lockdown Read more

Karting Australia’s Licence holders are flocking back to their local circuits as Club Level racing kicks back into gear across the country. The Northern Territory and Western Australia were the first two regions to host Club events last month, over the past couple of weeks Victoria, South Australia and more recently New South Wales and Queensland have returned to racing.

Karting Australia Webinars lead clubs back to the track

Karting Australia Webinars lead clubs back to the track Read more

Karting Australia is leading its affiliated Clubs back to the track as the world emerges from the COVID-19 Pandemic. Throughout this week, Karting Australia Chief Executive Officer Kelvin O’Reilly and Chief Operating Officer Lee Hanatschek have hosted four webinars alongside Sports Community’s Steve Pallas with Clubs across the country.

Karting Australia Officials Academy launched

Karting Australia Officials Academy launched Read more

Karting Australia has launched a market-leading Online Officials Training Academy thanks to a new partnership with Rosche Paper. The ground-breaking Academy for Australian karting will see Officials from all across Australia be able to undertake training on a regular basis to compliment the traditional ‘face-to-face’ training that takes place annually, or bi-annually, in each State.