ROK Cup New Zealand 2016


Supreme Kart Supplies is pleased to announce that the ROK Cup is coming to New Zealand in 2016! Already a feature inB Frazer Lonato photo 2small.jpg 19 countries around the world including USA, Italy, Denmark, Poland and South Africa, the ROK Cup provides top level racing with engines built with high precision by world championship winning engine manufacturer Vortex and to a set of technical specifications which are fixed for long periods, thus ensuring engines remain competitive regardless of age.


The 2016 ROK Cup New Zealand will run in conjunction with selected KartSport Club signature events and KartSport New Zealand Championship events. No new events have been added to the Event Calendar.


ROK Cup points will be accumulated over 4 rounds (including rounds in both the North and South Islands). A unique feature is Round 3 where competitors can choose to race at the Sunbelt Series (Nelson/Marlborough) or at the WPKA Championships (Taranaki 2016). The 2016 ROK Cup will conclude at the National Schools Championships at KartSport Taranaki on 16/17 July.


Fantastic prizes are on offer:

The ROK Cup winner in the Vortex Mini ROK class wins a seat at the 2016 ROK Cup International Finals, Italy including kart, tyres, accommodation and airfare*.

The ROK Cup winner in the Cadet ROK class wins a brand new Vortex Kiwi Mini ROK engine.rokker.jpg


Rounds will be held at:

Round 1, 13/14 February 2016, Sulphur City, Rotorua

Round 2, 25-27 March, NZ Sprint Championships, Hamilton

Round 3 Option 1, 4/5 June, Sunbelt Series, Nelson/Marlborough

Round 3 Option 2, 5 June, WPKA Championships, Taranaki

Round 4  16/17 July, NZ Schools Championships, Taranaki

Note: Only one option for Round 3 may be contested.


Terms, conditions, more information and entry forms can be found  HERE or at
Entry form and fee must be returned to Supreme Kart Supplies by 10th February 2016 to be eligible for these great prizes.


*Terms and conditions apply.

Caption: Billy Frazer competing at the 2015 ROK Cup International Final.



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