The 2016 Annual General Meeting of the Oakleigh Go Kart Racing Club is being held in the Clubrooms on Tuesday 13th September. The meeting will commence at 7:30pm.
All members are welcome to attend.
As always “nibbles” and drinks at bar prices will be available on the night.
The Karting Australia Junior Sprockets program is coming to Oakleigh this September and registration is now open.
If you wish to attend this event which is scheduled for September 21 2016, pre-register now.
Club championship points (updated 31/8/2016) are available to dowload.
The August 2016 club day will be a day / night event (Saturday 27th August).
Any person wanting to apply for the position of KA competition director, can do so at the following link.
The KA 2015 annual report is available for download
There will be a working bee this Saturday, August 20 2016 from 9am to 12pm. Please come along and and give your club a hand.
Note, the track will be closed for practise during this time..
Club championship points (updated 8/8/2016) are available to dowload.
The next Oakleigh Go Kart Racing Club (OGKRC) General Meeting will be held on Tuesday August 9th 2016 at 7:30pm in the Clubrooms.
General Meetings are open to all OGKRC members and as members you are entitled to put forward any issues/views/concerns that you believe need to be discussed. You will also hear from other members and the Committee about things that have/will be happening around your Club.
There will be opportunity to bring up other items on the night when we get to the General Business section of the night but if you know of something please let us know in advance.
Although the forecast was for a fine and sunny day, we certainly received plenty of rain overnight and arrived at the track to find it wet and slippery as the sun rose on Oakleigh’s July Club Day. Qualifying was held on a damp-but-slowly-drying track which led to a few offs and a few surprises up the top of the time sheets – by the time we went racing it was sunny and the track had dried.
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Heat 1 Pole Sitter Kyle King but David Hutchinson through to the lead ahead of Luke Medley on Lap 2, Medley qualifying back in 6th, then a gap back to King and another gap to Stephen Barker, but by Lap 4 Medley was in the lead ahead of Hutchinson and that is where he would stay, pulling well away in the end, King through to 2nd, then Hutchinson and Darren Wade at the flag.
Pre Final and Medley now off the front with King beside him and Hutchinson and Wade behind him and Medley drives off with it, King then Wade and all over.
Finals time and Medley gets the best of the start and Continue reading
Club championship points (updated 28/6/2016) are available to dowload.