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Welcome to the Launceston Kart Club

Open Club Day

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Need some extra race-conditions practice before the Tasmanian Kart Championship?
The Launceston Kart Club will be holding an Open Club Day on Saturday, 7 November. Classes will be as per state titles, with practice from 8 am-9 am, drivers briefing at 9:15 am, and racing starting at 9:30am. Race Format is 2 x 12 lap races and a 21 lap final. Enter via CMS (coming soon), or on the day with no penalty, entry fee $25. There will be a BBQ after racing.
Also, for mainland drivers intending to race the Tasmanian Kart Championship; if you were looking to bring your kart/trailer etc. over and fly back later in November, please send us a message and we will try to assist.

Hadspen Excavations 2015 Tasmanian Kart Championship

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The Hadspen Excavations 2015 Tasmanian Kart Championship is being held at Archerville Kartway - 195 Pipers River Road, Turners Marsh Tas from 20 to 22 November 2015.

Supplementary regulations are available here


Major site works - help required please

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For the entire weekend of September 12/13 there is a major upgrade activity involving the use of an excavator at the LKC track
Traffic will be redirected away from the works for those using the facilities.
For club members that could give a small amount of time up to assist with the facility upgrades your help would be greatly appreciated. 


Ambulance Private Tasmanian State Championship Shakedown featuring the Clubman Cup Sponsored by Wyllie Tiles Carpet Call

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The Ambulance Private Tasmanian State Championship Shakedown featuring the Clubman Cup Sponsored by Wyllie Tiles Carpet Call  is being held at the Archerville Track on Sunday 20 September 2015.

Feature Classes are Senior Clubman Light, Senior Clubman Heavy, Clubman Masters, Senior Clubman Super Heavy, Junior Clubman.


AGM nomination forms 2015-2016

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Just a reminder that the next Club meeting will be the Annual General Meeting and will be held at the Jailhouse Grill on Wednesday 5 August 2015 at 7:30pm.

If you want a position of the Launceston Kart Club committee please complete the attached nomination form.

Click here to download the form 


Tasmanian Auto Recyclers Senior National Feature Meeting

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The Launceston Kart Club Tasmanian Auto Recyclers Senior National Feature including the Phillip Goss Memorial for Masters is being held at the Archerville Raceway, Pipers River Road, Turners Marsh on 19 July 2015.

Feature classes are Senior National Light, Senior National Heavy, Masters Pro and Masters Super Heavy. 


Track Closure

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Please note the track will be closed on 24 May from midday onwards.

Tall Timber Marathon

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The Circular Head Kart Club Tall Timber Marathon is being held on Saturday 6 June, 2015.

 All members are encouraged to enter and support the event.

 Supplementary regulations can be found here.


McDonalds Young Guns & Round 4 – Statewide Series

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The McDonalds Young Guns Meeting for 2015 , incorporating Round 3 of the Statewide Series and the Club Titles is being held at the Launceston Kart Club track on 19 April 2015.

Feature race is the McDonald's Young Guns.


Hawks Have a Go

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Launceston Kart Club held a very successful "Have a Go" day on Saturday.

The morning session was completed on a dry track with a number of employees from a local Launceston business having a go, some handy times were produced, with one competitor even purchasing a TAG Restricted kart on the Saturday afternoon. Now that’s getting the BUG quick..

Ten players from the Hawthorn Football Club attended the afternoon session and as Josh Gibson said in his acceptance speech for most spectacular driver, "We had a ball out there".

The sprinkling of a few showers kept the racing surface a bit damp and really challenged the drivers to keep the karts on track. The hawks big ruckman Sam Grimley struggled to fit in any of the clubs karts but still managed to be one of the quickest on track. Other to show they may have more talent than just with the footy were power forward Jarryd Roughead, new recruit James Frawley and midfielder Jonathan Simpkins. All in all the day was a great success with smiles from ear to ear all on drivers. 

The Launceston Kart Club would like to thank the Hawthorn Football Club and Tourism Tasmania for making the event possible.
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Open Club Day
Saturday, 7 November
Hadspen Excavations 2015 Tasmanian Kart Championship
20 to 22 November 2015

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