Wingham NSW 2429
Wingham NSW 2429
84A Showground Rd
Gosford NSW 2250
Lakeside Park Raceway
Kurwongbah QLD 4503
3777 Murraylands Road
Blanchetown SA 5357
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A new Australian movie release is coming to cinemas on the 14th of January. This movie may inspire the next generation of kids to become interested in karting. The movie seems to promote karting on both dirt and bitumen.
Hi - I want to start in Go Karting this year, at the club at Todd Road. I think I will go TAG 125 restricted, and buy a new Arrow Kart. I hear these are most common, but I am struggling to get information on almost everything to do with karting. I have made a budget for both purchase of gear, plus ongoing maintenance/running costs. Quite a few things I am googling, or have completely made up. From a cost perspective, and any other advice, how is this looking? I want to compete at a club level for now.
The IKD post does not make it clear why this change is being made, but there could be many reason to see the merging of what were traditionally separating KA and IKD events. Some clubs have previously run IKD classes as a low key event in the past, but this seems to be taking this up a notch or two.
The world has started noticing the ongoing intensity of fires in Australia, making the link between drought, climate change and the actions of our politicians.
Based simply on the number of clubs (13 of 20) in South Australia, is Dirt Karting more popular than Sprint Karting for this state?
Is the popularity of Dirt Karting likely to be adopted in other regional areas of Australia?