There are only two days left to take advantage of the early bird entry discount for the 16th Australian Masters Games happening this October in Tasmania’s North West. Early bird entry will close at 11:59pm this Friday, 11 August, after that the registration fee will rise.
Use the $27.50 in savings on some of the beautiful Tasmanian food and wine in the region, or on some Australian Masters Games gear.
Don’t miss out on a devil of a time in Tassie.
For registration click here
The Games is just as much about the social occasion as it is about the sport and this year the social program will be a bit different. Instead of one central Games hub, the entire region will act as the Games hub with multiple social options in different towns every night throughout the week integrated with the local communities, culminating in a massive after party in Burnie headlined by the Hoodoo Gurus.
This years Australian Masters Games (30+ age) Karting event will be held in Tasmania at the Circular Head Kart Club, Briant Park Kart Complex on Saturday 21st of October.
To compete you will need to enter both the Masters games as well as the CHKC meeting on the CMS system.
Information is available at http://www.australianmastersgames.com/extra.asp?ID=7982
KA 4.- Yamaha KT100J: 156kg,. IAME KA100: 163kg
KA 3 – Yamaha: 162kg, IAME KA100: 169kg
TAG Restricted 125-. Rotax (EVO) 187kg, All other engines: 182kg
TAG 125 – PRD Fireball 125: 175kg, Parilla Leopard 125: 175kg, IAME X30 125: 180kg, SQ Cheetah 125: 175kg, Rotax Max 125 (non-EVO): 180kg, Rotax Max 125 (EVO): 185kg, PRD Galaxy: 175kg
Race distance is subject to change.
30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+
Age is determined as at 31 December 2017.
Minimum age for competition is 30 years.
Games Entry Fee: $99 per person or $88 per person for people aged 70+
Sport Entry Fee: $50.00 per person
Please note: a $9.00 service fee is payable per person at the time of submitting your registration.
Further details available in the Games Entry Terms & Conditions.
Number of Participant Requirements
Minimum number of participants required to conduct competition: 50
Minimum number of participants required to conduct age groups: 8
Any age group that does not have a minimum of 8 participants will be combined with another age group.
Please refer to rules for licence requirements.
Further information in regards to social programs will be advised.
The competition will be conducted under the 2017 Australian Karting Manual National Competition Rules.
For sport specific enquiries contact:
Organiser: Circular Head Kart Club
Contact: Stuart Wells
Phone: 0438 079 793