Yamaha YZ125 gets make over

Roger and Doug Amiss spent a productive morning testing some new bits that the Easter bunny had just dropped off...
A freshly ported cylinder and matched High Comp Head.. to match the new Pipe that had been made last year..
After a slow start due to some carby issues, finally got some really great improvements. Best came when we re-programmed the

2016 Round 1 Motorsport Zone Superkart Series entries open. Close March 25th March

Entries are open and will close Friday March 25 at the latest. Feel free to enter for the whole year while you are there. Practice available all day on the Friday 01/04/16 (that's not a joke) for $80.00 for a half day and $120.00 for a full day. Entry Fee $295.00 for each event. Looks like a couple of Rotax Max Superkarts from South Australia are coming up to to try their luck against the locals. Further info can be seen at this link

2016 Motorsport Zone Superkart Series Information

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The 2016 Motorsport Zone Superkart Series Entry information sheet is attached. Please read carefully. This year we have 6 race meetings, 5 x 2 day and 1 x 1 day, split between Lakeside Park and Queensland Raceway. Entry cost has gone up to $295.00 for every meeting to try and cover the cost of each slot but you get about twice as much race time for the small increase in entry cost. If you can only race on 1 of the 2 days, you will need to contact the Race Secretary, Roger Amiss, to make sure he can clear it with Queensland Raceways.
As per last year, we have 2 slots per race meeting. They will now be named 250 Superkarts and 125 Superkarts (which will include 85cc Gearbox) so its easier to remember. More information inside the attachment.
The Queensland Superkart Club Inc has been around for 40 years this year (was first know as the Queensland Road Race Kart Club) and on the 31st of March, it is 42 years since the first ever Superkart race meeting in Queensland. If the last few years are anything to go by, enthusiasm for Superkart racing in Queensland is getting bigger every year.
Will you be there?

Phasing out of LEADED RACING FUEL (Avgas)

The Confederation of Australian Motor Sport has recently received advice from the Federal Minister for the Environment, the Honorable Greg Hunt MP, on the considerations for phasing out of the use of lead across Australia. The Department for the Environment has requested CAMS to provide comment to the Department on the use of lead in racing fuel. CAMS is aware that many members of the Historic Motor Sport community, in particular 5th Category Historic competitors, continue to rely on leaded racing fuels for both the reliability and performance of their vehicles in competition.