Opening hours of track 8am to 8pm during daylight savings hours and 8am to 6pm other times.
Track closed 8am - 12pm Wednesday's for maintenance.
The Go Kart Club of Victoria is located in Port Melbourne right next to the West Gate Bridge and over looks the City of Melbourne. We hold some of the largest race meetings in the country including rounds of the Australian Kart Championship and Rotax Pro Tour as well as our popular annual City of Melbourne Titles and our Monthly Club Days.
3rd & 4th August 2019.
Download the Supp Regs.
Entries now available on CMS.
Cadet 12 will run an over-subscribed format - first 72 entrants.
All other Classes will be limited to TRACK CAPACITY of 36 entrants:
KA4 Junior Light
KA4 Junior Heavy
KA3 Senior Light
KA3 Senior Medium
Tag 125 Light
Tag 125 Heavy
Victorian Combined Light, Medium, Heavy & Masters
Karting Victoria has advised that the new Bridgestone YDS tyres will be available from Monday 3rd June 2019.
THIS TYRE MUST BE USED IN CADETS AND KA4 JUNIOR CLASSES AT CLUB MEETS AND ZONAL MEETINGS – THESE TYRES MUST BE USED AT THE GKCV JUNE CLUB DAY 2019 ON SUNDAY 30th JUNE.
Karting Victoria Tyres 2019
* Note: The Yamaha engines have been removed from the KA4 and KA3 Classes (these become solely IAME KA100 Classes). TAG100 has been removed as a standalone Class.
The Yamaha engines from KA4, KA3 and TAG100 have all been included in their own Class (Chapter 18 YAMAHA). Each State Association will be able to nominate in
State Regulations either the Dunlop DFM tyre or the Bridgestone YDS tyre for the Yamaha Class.
Rule References and Clarifications
National level events will continue to be conducted on the Prime Tyres.
This is using the National Competition Rules and the State Regulations and Supplementary Regulations to their maximum advantage – where the organisers of each competition want to use them.
The organisers of the State Cup and the various State Trophy events that seem to be developing, would only need to nominate which of the Prime or Option Tyre would be used for their event in the
Supplementary regulations for their event. Noting of course that those Supplementary Regulations must be approved by the State Association.
It is recommended that this Table and the accompanying explanatory statements become incorporated in the 2019 Victorian State Regulations.
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