Travelling Aucklanders Boost Numbers at Hawkes Bay Goldstar Event

Auckland karters free to travel around the country again have provided the organisers of the third round of 2020/21 Manawatu & TRC Toyota-backed Goldstar Series at the KartSport Hawke’s Bay club’s Carter’s Tyres Raceway this weekend with an entry bonus – at last count 129 karters have signed on to compete, making the meeting one of the biggest the club has run in recent times.

Such is the strength of KartSport all over New Zealand at the moment, however, that top Auckland-area karters like the Manson brothers, Sebastian and Marco, fellow Junior Emerson Vincent, and Senior Nathan Crang, can no longer turn up at a  round of a regional series like the central & lower North Island WPKA Goldstar and expect a spot on a class podium.  

Full report HERE

Richmond First Kiwi To Re-Commit To Karting Australia Champs

Quick North Shore, Auckland-based teenager Josh Richmond is the first Kiwi karter to take advantage of the joint Australia-New Zeland COVID-19 travel ‘bubble,’ crossing the Tasman this week to contest the third round of this year’s SP Tools Australian Kart Championship presented by Castrol Edge (AKC) at Bolivar in South Australia over the weekend.

Kiwi karters have been a regular feature of the multi-round AKC series since its inception in 2015, with a record 14-strong entry at the opening round of the 2020 series – also held in South Australia – in February last year. 

Full Report HERE

KartSport & Motorsport Celebrate Lifetime Achievements For Jamie Aislabie: Taupo 1/2 May

This special  HRC Jamie Aislabie Meeting is to be held at Bruce McLaren Motorsport Park on 1st and 2nd May 2021. The Clubman's Race meeting celebrates the achievements of Jamie Aislabie. Jamie competed in both Karts and Sportscars. The main classes will be Superkarts, KartSport Sprint karts and NZ Sportscars. Also competing will be BMW with their classes for 2 litre, E30 and Open Class vehicles, Classic Touring Cars, Pre65 / Minis.
KartSport Entry List HERE

KartSport Statement Regarding Australian 2021 ProTour

KartSport New Zealand wishes to advise KartSport New Zealand Competition Licence holders regarding potential participation in the 2021 Australian Protour Series by KartSport New Zealand Licenced Competitors. 

For Full Statement Click HERE