Upcoming Working Bee’s

We will be having a few working bee’s in the coming weeks to prepare for Top Guns 20199 and to begin work on a few things that have come out of our track inspection.

We will have working bee’s on Thursday evenings on the 3rd and 10th of January 2019 from 5 pm. The track will be closed during this time.

Our main focus will be replacing some of the old tyres with the new ones we have and disposing of the blue barrels up the back. Please come down and give us a hand for a few hours one evening and if possible bring along cordless drills/impact drivers and circular saws.

OGKRC December 2018 News

This Months News

  • Junior Top Guns
  • Results from Around the State
  • CIK Starting Grid
  • Metro Series
  • 2019 Calendar

Junior Top Guns
The 2018 season has just finished which means it’s almost time for Junior Top Guns.We’re excited to announce that Focus On Furniture have come on board as our major sponsor for 2019 so if you’re in the market for some new furniture be sure to check them out.Top Guns will be held on the 18th and 19th of January and we will also have the traditional Wednesday night practice on the 16th.

Results from Around the State
Congratulations to Oakleigh members Alexander Grutteria and Joel Macpherson for both taking home black plates at the Victorian State Cup in Mildura in the TaG 125 Restricted Light and KA3 Senior Light classes respectively.Congratulations also to Kobi Williams for wrapping up the KA3 Junior championship at the Victorian Country Series.

CIK Starting Grid
From the start of the 2019 season it is mandatory for all tracks to use the CIK starting grids. Some tracks implemented these starting grids in 2018 so you might be familiar with them but if not please make sure you read the rulebook to understand how they work.As part of putting in the new grid we will also be moving the start line around to where the finish line is, we will need the help of an electrician to move the start lights and also a line marker to paint the new grid.If you or someone you know can help us with this sometime over the Christmas/New Year period please email president@ogkrc.com.au.

Metro Series
Oakleigh and Geelong have teamed up to run a two round Metro Series next year. The series will use Geelong’s Val Findlay Memorial open meeting and our Kingston Cup open.Both meetings will be one day events on the Sunday with the tracks open all day Saturday for practice. There will be some great series prizes on offer so we hope you all get behind it and help make it a huge success.Metro Series Round 1 – Val Findlay Memorial: March 3rdMetro Series Round 2 – Kingston Cup: May 12th

2019 Calendar
The 2019 calendar has been released by Karting Victoria as is available here. Details of our club days will be out in a few weeks along with some dates for the return of night practice sessions.

Working Bee Saturday November 17 2018

There is a working bee this Saturday November 17 2018 from 9 am – 12 pm. Please come along and assist your club.

Your club needs the following help:
– An electrician to fix a few items
– A plumber to repair the canteen roof
– Replacement of door struts

The club will also be doing Observed Licence Tests on the day, so if you want to race at the Class Titles, please email licencesecretary@ogkrc.com.au to book your spot.

General Meeting November 13 2018

The next Oakleigh Go Kart Racing Club General Meeting will be on Tuesday November 13 2018. This is a forum where you as Members can come and ask questions of the committee, ask questions about the Club and listen what is happening around your Club.

If you have anything you would like discussed at the November General Meeting please let Vern Kranz (secretary@ogkrc.com.au) know and he will have it included in the Agenda.

Venue: Clubrooms
Time: 7:30 pm

There will be an opportunity to bring up other items on the night when we get to the General Business section of the meeting, but if you know of something please let us know in advance.