JB HIFI $50 voucher giveaway to one lucky person that pre-enters before the Wednesday evening cut-off
To make it better, the club will double it to $100 if we get over 15 pre-entries!!!
Officials and volunteers on the day are also eligible

Ballarat Kart Club WILL be holding club-day this Month, all classes catered for including 4-stroke class.

We are also very excited to once again have our come and try kart running, so please get in contact with age, height and weight details if you would like to secure a spot, as availability is limited!
so that we can determine numbers.
Gates open 8am, Practice from 9am, Racing from 11.15am

Remember, get organised, get entered, bring a mate and let’s go racing!!!

NOTE: The Come and Try kart is suited to ages 15 and over, and approximately 170cm tall to 200cm tall.
We are working on a come and try kart for under 15s, but that is currently by arrangement with a club member willing to load their equipment.

Don't forget - we are NOT running a May clubday this weekend as most members will be heading down to Cobden's clubday.

We hope to see you all next month for June's club day.

CORRECTION: We accidentally said June originally.

Next Sunday 29 April is CLUBDAY and we want to see you there after the fires affected last month's plans.
 
We are expecting to see our first Senior 4ss class run - so make sure you get your entry in to let the class build.
 
We also have a new come and try senior kart ready if you have a mate interested in karting.
Cost will be $20 and Bring a Mate Rules apply

Thanks to some great club volunteers, we now have a Come and Try kart for use at Bring a Mate Club Days.

After its run in, Mal reports its a very fun chassis to drive with a Yamaha J

If you are interested in trying it out, please contact the club first so we can check we have the equipment for your height /weight.

A flat fee of $20 will allow you to have several 6 minute practice sessions between the racing classes of the day under the Bring a Mate rules.

NOTE: The bring a mate program is a demonstration event to allow you to experience driving a kart, it is not for racing.

We had a great day's racing on Sunday  for our final event of the year.
There was some good reverse racing, 3 heats a final, and a nice BBQ to wrap things up.
We thank all of our volunteers and officials for a great day and year all-round.

View the full results on speedhive

The following awards were presented for 2018:

We thanked our regular officials and volunteers, including Kev O'Donohue, Chris Dunnstone, Michelle Shields, Debbie and John Page, Mal Mason, Bob Shears, Justin Malcolm and Glenn White.

Harry's Junior Challenge
Junior representing the spirit of the club
Taj Vandenberg

Club Members of the Year
The Mason Family
We thank Mal, Lea, Kelsey and Taylor for all the hard work contributed to the club.