Photos from Ross Johnson Photography for Round 1 of the 2015 Motorsport Zone Superkart Series at Lakeside Park last weekend can be seen at this link.
It is with great pleasure that the Queensland Superkart Club Inc can announce that Motorsport Zone (http://www.motorsportzone.com.au) have continued their support of Superkart racing in Queensland. Their sponsorship also covers the 2015 Australian Superkart Nationals to be held in early November at Queensland Raceway.
Attached is the pre entry information sheet with the details you will need to know about the series. With the extra new members we have gained over the off season break, grid will be fairly full so you will need to get your entries in early. Interstate competitors are most welcome as always. As you would expect, all the promotional item will continue to ensure that Superkarts in Queensland maintain their spot as one of the dominate motorsport categories. Its all about the show.
Entries are done online on the Queensland Raceways website. Payments are to be made to the Queensland Superkart Club Inc account. In the 41st year of Superkart racing in Queensland, we are in for a massive year.
It is with great sadness to hear the news that the Warwick and Districts Sporting Car Club President, Bill Campbell, has passed away. Bill with his vision for shaping Morgan Park into the amazing place it is today is a great achievement. To take it from the short circuit race track it once was into one on the best layouts in Australia is a commendable effort. It has become the backbone of CAMS circuit racing.
Photos from Ross Johnson Photography for Round 6 of the Motorsport Zone Superkart Series at Queensland Raceway last weekend can be seen at these links.
The final round of the Motorsport Zone Superkart Series for 2014 will be held at Queensland Raceway this weekend, November 1 & 2. Live streaming will be available from the Queensland Raceways website
Victorian racers Gary Pegoraro and Garry Haywood claimed their first Rockpress/Coach Design Australian Superkart Championships while young New South Wales racer Dalton Rowell succesfully defended his 250 National class championship after a day of hard fought racing at the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit.