KartSport New Zealand Executive, Management and Administration Team wish all members, support crews, volunteer officials, club volunteers, promotional partners, supplier partners and our karting trade a very Merry Xmas and a successful, safe and enjoyable 2021.

Thank you everyone for all your efforts, time, commitment, support and patience during what has been an extremely challenging year for us all.

2020 Finished With A Flourish!

Record equalling entry numbers at round one of the Manawatu & TRC Toyota Goldstar Series at KartSport Taranaki and a huge turnout of SuperKarters at the KartSport SuperKart Drivers Chocolate Fish 500 at Manfeild has topped off some mega-sized events since the harsh days of lockdown

Add to this the very encouraging Licenced Membership numbers recovering from Covid19 has seen 2020 finish with a flourish. Families and friends are flocking back to awesome club days and seriously well run and attended competitive events and series. All bodes well as we look forward with keen anticipation to a more normal year in 2021.

Plenty to Get Excited About in 2021!

New Fire & Fuel Guidelines for 2021

Our Risk Management team have been working closely with advisors including our friends at Motorsport New Zealand and wish to inform all members there are new requirements for handling Fuel and Fire Compliance in 2021. 

Guidelines for fire extinguishers and fuel handling compliance is: HERE

If you have any questions please contact Risk Manager and Executive Shane Sampson.

FIA Karting Academy Applications Close Wednesday 23rd December

KartSport New Zealand has again been invited by FIA Karting (CIK-FIA) to submit a nomination for a New Zealand driver to contest the 2021 FIA Karting Academy Series. Time is of the essence, applications must be submitted no later than 5pm Wednesday 23 December.

Full details HERE