Last updated May 21 2022. 

 

 


 

Round Three of the 2022 Clubs series.

 

Results here.

New lap records for Colin McIntyre NGB Heavy 1:02.9634 and Sanuja Perera NGB Light 1:00.4019

 


 

 

Round ONE full results

 

 

 

 


 

Season 2021 Presentations.

 

Class Champions:

250 Inter Tim Clarke, 125 Open Nick Schembri, NGB Light Sanuja Perera, NGB Heavy Rod Clarke.

 

Driver of the year (for the Fourth consecutive year) Nick Schembri.

 

(250 National & Stock Honda did not meet minimum entry requirements.)

 

Jason McIntyre Determined to win award: Jeremy Crust

 

Rookie of the year: Oliver Bonaccorso

 

Club Person of the Year:  Peter Woodgate

 

Appreciation awards: Sue Veld, Jordie McIntyre, David Byrne, Jarrod Lethborg, Rolf Greve, Rod Clarke & Jordie Ford.

 

We also thank our Sponsors: Marron Earthworx, Woodgate Racing & Network Press for their valued support.

 

 


 

 

2022 Race Calendar.

Where we're racing. Click here.

 


 

Coming in 2022.

A new event for 2022 to be held at The Bend, South Australia.

 

 

As well the return of:

 

 

 

To be combined and run as

 

 

The Victorian Club in partnership with Australian Superkart Events, P.I.A.R.C. and the Adelaide Superkart Club.

 

 

 


 

VIDEO

 

For some great video footage of racing by members of the Victorian Club take the link's below.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0MNm8PxB2Ik

 

Video by James Hamilton.

 

Other on board video's taken from Craig Edwards Stock Honda can be viewed by taking this link.

 

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiVAyM8NpFqN5_TFdIiYVdrMJth9UdB9Q

 


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

So what's it like?

Take this link to get a drivers eye view of racing a Rotax kart at Calder Park.

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Getting set up in one of these will set you back around $5,000.00. (Used, and usually with all the parts you need)

You will not find a more affordable way of getting into Motorsport.

PUSH BUTTON STARTING, LONG RELIABLE ENGINE LIFE, GOOD TYRE WEAR, PARTS AND SPARES AVAILABLE FROM KART STORES EVERYWHERE, BODY KITS NOT A NECESSITY, USES PREMIUM UNLEADED FUEL, EASY TO MAINTAIN.

                 

 


               

              

More Superkart Video's

 

 Ride on board looking over the shoulder of Greg Bass driving a 250cc International kart at Australia premier race circuits.

 

 

Here are some of the viewer comments:

Wow those things are fast...Great footage man...Love those dual carbs. 

Great footage, You guys are hardcore racers. All respect to you. I think Superkarts are the heaviest form of racing. Even more so then F1's. 

Bass rocks!!
It's scary just watching it - great footage.
Yep those carbies add to the effect.
Keep up the good work guys

 

 


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