Club day run and won
Thanks to all our visitors for dropping by in preparation for the Victorian Country Series
The temperature was a little crisp, but no rain and the sun even came out in the afternoon to see  some good close racing.


TAG Restricted Heavy
1 Greg Ord
2 Barry Clough
3 Mal Mason

Cadet 12
1 Zaiden Barry
2 Karlee Pearson

TAG Restricted Light
1 Brendan Torpy
2 John Page
3 Jimmy Mason

Junior National Light
1 Jordan Malcolm

Junior National Heavy
1 Luke Thurston
2 Scott McEachran

Ballarat Kart Club is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Ian White.
Ian has been an official in the Victorian Karting community for many years.
We offer our sincere condolences to Ian's family and friends.

A memorial service to celebrate the life of Ian White will be conducted at 11am Wednesday 3rd of June at Cobden Civic Hall.

The next round of the Victorian Country Series is coming up fast.
We hope to see a strong contingent of junior and senior Ballarat karters presenting their club on Sunday May 10 at Warrnambool Kart Club.
Its a great track, and not far form home, so if you haven't considered participating in a Country series round before, its a nice place to start.

The first clockwise race in many years saw some cold and slippery conditions, with many karters looping it in practice.
But karts have wet tyres for a reason, and there was some fun racing to be had for those that braved the conditions.

Cadet 9
1 Daniel Malcolm

Cadet 12
1 Zaiden Barry
2 Karlee Pearson

Junior National Light
1 Glenn Norton
2 Jordan Malcolm
3 Luke Thurston

Junior National Pro (First round of Harry's Challenge)
1 Jordan Malcolm
2 Luke Thurston
3 Glenn Norton

TAG Restricted Heavy
1 Brad Decarli
2 Paul Feely
3 Sam Wren




In memory of Jason "Harry" Harrison's hard work in getting the track to run reverse, and his commitment to junior classes, we will be running a mini championship at each clockwise club day starting on April 26.

Class: Junior National Pro
Laps: 12 heats, 15 Final
Rnd 1: April Club day
Rnd 2: August Club day
Rnd 3: October Club day
Points: 401 system

The winner over the 3 events will get their name on the inaugural Jason Harrison memorial shield.
Juniors wanting to compete can still compete in their normal junior light/heavy class as well.