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Action Jackson wins in NZ

Action Jackson wins in NZ

Australian kart racer Jackson Delamont will arrive home to his hometown of Young in New South Wales today armed with some extra silverware after claiming the biggest win of his career in New Zealand over Easter Read More

Mawson takes two at Nationals

Mawson takes two at Nationals

New South Wales teenager Joseph Mawson has become the first junior driver in seven years to win two national championships at the same event in Victoria today Read More

Greenbury is counting his lucky stars

Greenbury is counting his lucky stars

Toowoomba’s Matt Greenbury is lucky to be alive, let alone be racing and qualifying fastest for the National Sprint Kart Championships at the Hume International Raceway in Puckapunyal, Victoria Read More

Shane Price on the pace at the nationals

Shane Price on the pace at the nationals

V8 Supercar driver Shane Price has made a stellar start in his campaign at the 2010 National Sprint Kart Championships by qualifying equal fastest in the Clubman Heavy category in Puckapunyal, Victoria today Read More

Troy on the Hunt in an Arrow at karting nationals

Troy on the Hunt in an Arrow at karting nationals

Troy Hunt has made the switch to Arrow Chassis and Shayne Piper engines in chase of nationals glory this weekend at the Hume International Raceway in Puckapunyal, Victoria. Read More

Sera looking for second outright on all-time list

Sera looking for second outright on all-time list

Should David Sera be successful at this weekend's National Championships he will move clear into second place on the all-time winner's list in Australian karting Read More

Looking back at the 2007 Nationals

Looking back at the 2007 Nationals

At the 2007 Nationals Victorian James Sera secured his maiden Australian Karting title while Chaz Mostert won his third national crown in as many years. Read More

Looking back at the 2006 Nationals

Looking back at the 2006 Nationals

Just when it seemed as though James Sera was finally going to break through and win a national title, along comes South Australian Mason Merritt to steal the show in Clubman Light at the 2006 Nationals Read More

Looking back at the 2005 Nationals

Looking back at the 2005 Nationals

In their home nationals, Deepal Kandola and Brad Fitch stole the show by winning a pair of national crowns at the 2005 event Read More

Looking back at the 2004 Nationals

Looking back at the 2004 Nationals

The 2004 Nationals saw a number of first up winners, including Kel Treseder in Clubman Heavy and Kristian Lindbom in Junior Clubman Read More

Looking back at the 2003 Nationals

Looking back at the 2003 Nationals

Leading into the 2003 National Sprint Kart Championships Ashley Walsh knew that this was his big opportunity to shine on Australian karting’s biggest stage – and he delivered Read More

Looking back at the 2002 Nationals

Looking back at the 2002 Nationals

In 2002 David Sera broke through for his first of national championship while Shane Price and William Yarwood successfully defended their crowns from the previous year Read More

Looking back at the 2001 Nationals

Looking back at the 2001 Nationals

At the 2001 National Sprint Kart Championships Mark Winterbottom won his ninth Australian crown while Shane Price led home Tony D'Alberto to break through for his maiden National Championship Read More

Looking back at the 2000 Nationals

Looking back at the 2000 Nationals

At ten days out from this year's National Championship Speedcafe.com.au looks back at the National Championships from ten years ago where Mark Winterbottom, Taz Douglas and Steve Owen were victorious. Read More

Injury forces Sanderson out of the Nationals

Injury forces Sanderson out of the Nationals

A freak injury has forced Ryan Sanderson out of the battle for the Clubman Light crown in the National Sprint Kart Championships at Puckapunyal, Victoria over the Easter weekend Read More

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