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Welcome to the Launceston Kart Club

Annual Dinner

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Just a reminder that the Annual Presentation Dinner is being held on the 1st September, 7 – 7.30pm at the Australian Italian Club, Prospect.


RSVP by the 27th August to Margaret Bricknell 0408 449 139.

Cost is $30.00 for adult and $20.00 for child under 14 years.

 

Wyllie Tiles Carpet Call LKC Club Titles

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The next event to be held at Archerville is the Wyllie Tiles Carpet Call LKC Club Titles 
on 23 September 2012.

Classes running at the meeting are:    
  • Cadets
  • Rookies
  • Junior National Light & Heavy
  • Junior Performance
  • Senior National Light & Heavy
  • Clubman Light & Heavy        
  • National Over 40's Senior National Pro & Super Heavy 
  • Tag Light
  • Tag Restricted Light & Heavy            
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Auto Addiction Clubman Cup

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Auto Addiction

The 2012 Auto Addiction Clubman Cup including the Auto Addiction Clubman Pro Feature Race
s is being held at the Launceston Kart Club track on 22 July 2012.

Feature classes are Clubman Light, Clubman Heavy, Clubman Super Heavy, Junior Clubman, Over 40’s Clubman Pro 155kg.

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Meeting Venue Change

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The next Club Meeting is to be held 7:30pm at The Jail House Grill (corner of York and Wellington Streets) on Wednesday 6th June 2012.

To get to meeting rooms go to main reception and they will direct you to the meeting rooms which are upstairs.

For further details contact Helen on 0437 245 325

Cheers Helen

 

Titles Go Down To The Wire At The 2012 Senior National Feature

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The 2012 running of The Launceston Kart Club’s annual Senior National Feature race meeting had the majority of the state’s best drivers suiting up and enjoying the close racing that “J” racing provides. Some big names including a former World Karting champion adorn the perpetual shield and all the drivers were keen to add their name to this very select list. One hundred and seven entries across eleven classes made for an action packed program. Throw in the Phil Goss Memorial for Over 40’s Pro and the stage was set for a great weekend’s racing.

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Meeting Venue Change

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The Club meeting on Wednesday night will be held at 28 Janet Street Kings Meadows.
 

Senior National Feature Meeting

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The Launceston Kart Club Senior National Feature including the Phillip Goss Memorial for Over 40’s Pro is being held at the Archerville Raceway, Pipers River Road, Turners Marshon 6 May 2012.

The entry fee is $45 per class plus $25 per additional class entered per individual.

Feature classes are Senior National Light, Senior National Heavy, Over 40’s Pro and Over 40’s Super Heavy.

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McDonalds Young Guns & Round 4 Statewide Series Report

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McDonalds

 2012 Champions Crowned At The Fourth Round Of The Tasmanian Statewide Series

Tasmania’s number one karting venue Archerville Kartway saw in excess of 130 competitors all vying for a good result and a strong finish at the fourth and final round of the 2012 Tasmanian Statewide Series held on March 24th and 25th. Sunny skies, action packed racing and the excellent facilities on and off the track resulted in a race meeting to remember. Karting Tasmania went all out with the trophies this year and twelve lucky winners took home some very impressive mementos for a job well done and of course the highly prized red plate.

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2012 Statewide Series Round 4 Results

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Results after the fourth round of the series are available here.

 

2012 Statewide Series Round 3 Report

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Wild Weather Strikes At The Third Round Of The 2012 Tasmanian Statewide Series

On March 3rd and 4th the North Western Kart Club held the third round of the 2012 Tasmanian Statewide Series. Unfortunately, the weather forecasters got it right for once and heavy rain and wind lashed the Highclere circuit for the majority of the weekend. Some competitors even chose not to compete on the Sunday after enduring the conditions on Saturday. Some of the finals however were held on a dry or drying track which really threw the form guide out the window. It was also very much a case of green girl power as three (nearly four) lady Tony Kart pilots took wins in their respective classes.

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