Browse through some pics from 2013's Mort Page memorial action below.

This year's Mort Page memorial for Clubman Light  is combined with the final round of the Austrans Country Series Oct 18-19.

Series organisers are proud to announce that more than $22,000 worth of trophies and prizes will be presented to the series placegetters.
Beyond that, all drivers who have raced each meeting will get free entry for one meeting next year, and two lucky drivers, a junior and a senior, will get a full series free entry!

Entries are now open via

Ballarat Kart Club would like to remind its members, friends and family that today is R U OK day.

The Ballarat Kart Club community has been deeply affected by tragedies related to depression, and we support events such as R U OK day.

If you think a fellow karter needs a chat, don't be afraid to talk and start the conversation.

If you are experiencing problems yourself, don't be afraid to talk to a fellow karter, or look for professional help.

Please visit the the R U OK website  for more information


A Ballarat Kart Club member has had their kart stolen a few months after having their trailer stolen.

While the trailer was recovered, the kart theft is a separate incident that occurred just before the trailer was recovered.

The 44 Monaco kart has extra significance for its owner, as it was raced as a tribute to Matt Duke in the 2013 club championship.

The kart is  Monaco GP6 28/30 National (Chassis number A49656) with a Phoenix steering wheel

If you have any information, please contact the Ballarat Kart Club , or police

Monaco 44 Kart


The Ballarat Kart Club encourages all members to read the whole of sport review

There are lots of changes in store

A Ballarat representative will be at the next delegates meeting to discuss these changes
Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions to be raised on behalf of the club.
This meeting is coming up fast, no any queries need to be raised ASAP.

Please be advised that since April 1 new laws have come into place in Victoria that prevent smoking within 10 metres of an underaged sporting venue.

For the kart club this effectively means that no smoking is permitted anywhere within the Ballarat Kart Club boundary on race days or practice sessions where juniors are racing.

Further information