Night Practice Tuesday June 5 2018 5pm to 9:30pm

We have had many enquiries about opening the track at night for “night practice sessions” so the first of these sessions will be on Tuesday 5th June 2018 until 9:30pm.
There will be a charge of $10 each to cover the cost of the lighting and don’t forget you will need your clear visors.

Non-members are welcome, so let all your friends from other clubs know.

NOTE: Drivers must have a valid Karting Australia licence and be a member of an affiliated Club.

Other Night Sessions

July Night Practice Session – 3rd July 2018
August Night Practice Session – 7th August 2018

Vale Brittany Hall

It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to Brittany hall ( father Tom Hall karting official ) who spent a lot of years in karting and shared so many fantastic memories within the karting community, podiumed many races and showed the boys how it was done.

We will miss Brittany dearly. The OGKRC and members send their deepest condolences to Tom and the rest of the family.

February Club Day Change Of Date

Due to the unavailability of key personnel on Saturday 24 2018 we have had to change the February Club Day to be Sunday 25 2018 (Day Meeting Only).

We apologize to our members who may have made arrangements or wanted to run under lights but unfortunately without Officials we are unable to run our race meetings.

The Griffiths Report 2018 Junior Top Guns Round 2

Here we are for Day 2 of Junior Top Guns in 2018 – a cloudy Saturday with a forecast that includes the phrases “rain” and “hail” – so look out! There might be more exciting weather on the way. We also need to thank the generous sponsors of our Top Guns meeting who include Page Bros RV, Baron Karts, Melbourne Kart Centre, Kerbrider, Kingston Trophies, J&A Kart Tuning, Shamick Racing and of course DPE Kart Technology for their generous donation of the Arrow chassis that will be drawn following tonight’s presentation – their support has covered many years of Junior Top Guns. See the end of the report for details of the lucky winner!! Also the shots that are part of the report are provided by Andrew Daley of AKD photography – see more of his work at AKD photos on the internet.

I don’t think anyone turned a wheel with a slick on it last night, so let’s hope we get at least some dry racing today. Qualifying began on a wet track but the rain had stopped, by the time we went racing it was damp but not raining.

Note that at the end of each class I have listed the overall winners who are decided by the results from both nights of racing. Please also note that while the combined results are confirmed, the report itself lists karters as they crossed the line and subsequent penalties may have changed the race result.

KA4 Junior Heavy C&D

A new pole man here as Riley Jabke pops up in P1, then Braden Clark, Billy Bishop and Ryan Cook Continue reading