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2014 AKA Tasmania Statewide Series Results

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The  2014 AKA Tasmania Statewide Series has been run and won.

Full results can be found here.


Champions Crowned at LKC Club Titles

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Round 4 Of The 2014 Tasmanian Statewide Series and 2014 McDonald’s Young Guns Meeting

Round four of the 2014 Tasmanian Statewide Series saw a slightly different format with a two day race format being utilised to allow for series engine measuring to be conducted and the reduced daylight hours at this time of year. The Launceston Kart Club’s Archerville Kartway once again played host to one hundred and ten of Tasmania’s best drivers who were not only vying for their finishing positions in the four round series but also the LKC Club Title. Add the prestigious McDonald’s Young Guns race to end proceedings and the on track action was guaranteed to be hotter than the off track temperature.


McDonalds Young Guns & Round 4 – Statewide Series

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The Launceston Kart Club will hold the final round of the 2014 State Wide Series this weekend.

The meeting also includes the annual McDonalds Young Guns Race, this race has been won by a who’s who of talented Tasmanian karters over the years. The race itself is open to all junior drivers and is held over 20 laps at the conclusion on the Sunday’s race meeting. Launceston’s Jackson Callow will be keen to add his name to the trophy, but will need to be at his very best to hold out Hobart gun Zevie Eisentraut who defeated Callow at round three of the series. Others in contention will be Jonah Slater, Lachlan Newman, Andrew Lee, Justin Murphy and a trio of Launceston girls in Kiana Toon, Caitlin Fitch and Tayla Heath.

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There will be twelve class winners of the 2014 state wide series determined over the weekend races, with each class winner receiving a red number plate to carry for the next twelve months that signifies them as a series champion.  A number of Launceston kart Club members are leading the points standing going into the final round.
Westbury’s Tate Frost has a slender 3 point gap in Rookies and with 120 points up for grabs will need to fight hard if he wants one of the red plates on offer.
Jackson Callow leads the Junior National Light class by 23 points from another LKC member in Andrew Lee.

In Senior National Heavy LKC veteran and multiple state wide series winner Johnathan Males has a commanding 79 point lead and barring disaster should win title number 6.
Another LKC Veteran in Adrian Harper also looks set to win a red plate this time in the highly competitive over 40 pro class.

Allan Sheahan in Over 40 super Heavy holds a slender 12 point margin over brother Troy, This could be an epic final round for the two brother with twelve months of bragging rights on the line brotherly love may go out the window in this one.

Nathan Zuj looks set to once again defeat the young brigade that comes along each year in Clubman light, going in to the final round with a 36 point margin over Hobart’s Brad Hobden.

Rounding out the local hopes will be Jairus Holmes who leads TAG Restricted Light by a mere 4 point from coastal driver Keenan Slater.
Racing will be on both Saturday and Sunday with full canteen facilities available for the spectators.

Archerville Kartway
Pipers River Road Turners Marsh…..  Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th  May 2014

Southern Cross Television Proudly Supporting Archerville Kartway



McDonalds Young Guns & Round 4 – Statewide Series

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The McDonalds Young Guns Meeting for 2014 , incorporating Round 4 of the Statewide Series is being held at the Launceston Kart Club track on 3 and 4 May 2014.

Feature race is the McDonald's Young Guns.


Club Day

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When:   Sunday 16th March


A have a go day will be organised for a later date. 

Practice from 9:00 am

Racing Starts:   10:00 am

Where:   Archerville Raceway
Cost $25.00 payable on the day

Thanks to:
Hadspen Excavations, Wrigley Karts & Parts and Landfall Farm Fresh for their support

Any questions please call Rob Murphy 0417 507 191


2014 Statewide Series Round 1 Results

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


Club Day

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When:   Sunday 16th February

Racing Starts:   10:00 am
Where:   Archerville Raceway
Cost $25.00 payable on the day

Thanks to
Hadspen Excavations and Landfall Farm Fresh for their support

Any questions please call Rob Murphy 0417 507 191



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Dear fellow karters.

On behalf of myself and the committee, I would like to wish everyone a safe and happy Christmas and New Year period.

After a very good 2013 karting season we look forward to an even better 2014.

As you are most likely aware, on January 1st the track direction will change from clockwise to anti-clockwise (right out the gate).  I must remind everyone that due to many reasons, not the least safety to fellow karters, anyone practicing at the track must go clockwise until January 1st as penalties may apply for anyone doing otherwise.

There are a number of events planned for 2014 with plans already in place for the return of club days in February and March.  The continuation of these will depend on your participation, so if what I am hearing is correct and members want the club days to return, please support these upcoming days.

We are all looking forward to our first meeting on January 18 with a number of different things planned for the FT Guy Bodyworks Twilight Thunder. Supp regs on this page.

Once again, have a safe and happy Christmas and we hope to see you all on January 18th

Mark Mitchell


FT Guy Bodyworks Twilight Thunder Meeting

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FT Guy

The Launceston Kart Club's Twilight Thunder sponsored by FT Guy Bodyworks will be held on 18th January 2014 at the Archerville Raceway.

The meeting will include the Tas Chainsaws And Mowers Open Performance Class.

During tea break there will be bbq food for people to purchase plus light entertainment.

The Club will also be conducting a come and have a go day on Sunday the 19th January 2014.

This event will be open to the public and will run from approximately 10am till 3pm.


Have a go Karts

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The Launceston kart club has now a Cadet/Rookie and a Junior Kart available for “come and have a go days”, these karts are race ready and will give your child the chance to see what karting is all about, before you buy your own kart and start your karting adventures. Over the weekend of October 26th and 27th seven young kids aged from 7 to 15, had a go and loved every minute.

For further info on "have a go days" contact Stuart Lee 0400793921

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McDonalds Young Guns
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