Kart Magazine February 2011 Issue Out Now

The February 2011 edition of Kart Magazine is now in store.

This month’s issue features action from around the country including:

  • South Australian State Championships
  • Tasmanian State Championships
  • KartOz Magazine Top 50 Drivers
  • KartOz Driver Rankings
  • Pro Kart Nationals
  • Victorian Closed Titles
  • Canberra Cup
  • Southern Star Series Final
  • Asia Pacific KF3 – Macau
  • Monaco Cup
  • NZ Superkart Grand Prix
  • CIK Stars of Karting Drivers
  • The Stack Report
  • Tech Talk

2011 Victorian Karting Calendar Released

Concept Karting have just taken delivery of the 2011 Victorian Kart Racing Calendar. This business card sized calendar is presented in an easy to read format and includes a Gear Ratio Chart and a Fuel/Oil Ratio Chart.

This invaluable little tool is now available at Concept Karting free of charge. Please feel free to call in and ask for one.

Christmas Holidays

Concept Racegear will be closed for the festive season from Saturday December 25, 2010 and we’ll re-open for business on Wednesday January 5, 2011.

Julie and Stan wish all our customers and friends a Merry Christmas and a safe and successful New Year.

2010 South Australian Sprint Kart Championships

The Dublin Kart Club of South Australia hosted this year’s State Championships at their recently developed Monarto racing complex. The club did an absolutely first class job in hosting these championships given the limited facilities available.

Going into the Finals, Alex Peroni put his CRG kart in the Midgets Class in P2 on the grid. Spectators then witnessed what was arguably the best race of the weekend. Some six competitors had the opportunity at winning, with the lead swapping several times every lap for the duration of the race. Nevertheless in the end the winner was local competitor Chase Wooley followed closely in second place by Alex Peroni with Brock Kenny (WA) in third.

The Final of Rotax Heavy Class was shaping up to be a closely fought race. Unfortunately Rick Pringle misjudged the setup on his chassis, subsequently finishing in second place behind Paul Rodgers (Vic) with Blake Mooney (SA) in third.