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2023 CLUB DAYS

Horsham Kart Track

The Scrutineering form MUST be submitted PRIOR to Club Day. Drivers Briefing will be displayed at the Circuit at the Out-Grid.

QR CODES MUST BE SCANNED

 

The QR codes are to be scanned when arriving at the track, they will be located at the Out-Grid. Please read the Supp-regs for information

Once you have downloaded and read through the event Supp-Regs and are ready to enter the race meeting, click this link below:

 

ENTER via KOMP here

HOW TO ENTER

https://www.karting.net.au/club-toolkit/komp

If you have any questions please contact the Race Secretary Anthony Taylor

wkrctreasurer@gmail.com 

When we hold a "Bring a Mate" (see below to register) its a perfect opportunity for E licence members to get some help and experience a low pressure racing event.

 

Please let us know 1 week prior to the Club Day if you will be bringing a Mate.

 

The committee are working on a calendar for the rest of the 2023 Seasons Club Days and are trying to ensure it doesnt clash with other events. Should be out soon.

 

Please give Anthony Taylor a call directly on 0459 026 506 if you need further information or if you have any questions.

BRING A MATE

Go to our Facebook Page for updates when Bring A Mate will be included on our clubdays.

Members can "Bring a Mate" with them to a session
 which will be conducted at this meeting. -Please read these rules. The "mate" only needs to complete the registration above.

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Horsham kart tracks Official Opening was held on the 27th of July, 2022

 

Wimmera Kart Racing Club members are ‘ecstatic’ with the upgraded track that has added 330 metres onto the circuit and includes a complete resurfacing.

 

Wimmera Kart Racing Club president Remo Luciani said the club hoped the upgrades would encourage more participation and improve the experience for kart drivers.
 

“The Wimmera Kart Racing Club was fortunate to receive a $153,706 grant, which spring boarded us into action to rejuvenate the whole circuit,” he said.

 

“Not only did we do an extension of 330 metres; but we were also able to then do part two of the project, which was resurfacing the rest of the track.

 

“The new extension enables greater grid capacity and gives us better participation opportunities to attract more people to the club for events.

 

“It’s a totally new circuit, so new lap records will be set.

 

“We’re absolutely ecstatic with the asphalting, which is the same product used on the Formula One track in Adelaide; a special emulsion mix that is alcohol, fuel and heat resistant.”

 

Mr Luciani said Centre State Asphalting resurfaced and extended the track.

“The tyre wear and the grip has been amazing since we’ve been on the circuit, so it’s a good mixture of grip and tyre wear for the surface,” he said.

 

“It’s been a mammoth effort by all club members to get it all up and running and the whole club has been behind the project.

 

“It’s a great thing for the Wimmera and Horsham, attracting competitors from across the state and interstate.”

Mr Luciani said the project was possible through motorsport infrastructure grants offered by the State Government.

 

“The grants were specifically aimed and directed at motorsports for the first time,” he said.

“The official grand opening of our upgraded track had Parliamentary Secretary for Sport Danielle Green attending and we incorporated the event into our club day which was a great success including attracting around 50 entries from across the state and also some South Australian entries.

 

“ On August 13 and 14 we hosted round 4 of the Victorian Country Series, in which we saw almost 200 entries plus their families and visitors, bringing 1000 people to town that weekend.”

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