Port Macquarie Kart Racing Club

Practicing at our Club

We welcome all visitors to our club and hope you enjoy our great track.  Before turning up to practice, please make sure you check the club calendar to ensure the track is open for practice.  You are required to complete the practice form by clicking the button below which will re-direct you to the Karting Australia Portal.

You will also pay your practice fee in the portal.  See fees and other requirements of practice below.

Members $25

Non Members $50

Link to Karting Australia Portal to Sign on: LINK

Once you have completed these tasks you are to either call or text Ben Moylan on 0417 719 604 who will give you the gate code to enter the track.

Please note that you are not to pass this gate code onto anyone else.  Failure to adhere to this will result in your club membership being suspended or cancelled.

Karting Australia and Port Macquarie Kart Club require that – “a person over the age of 18 is present, has access to a phone, fire extinguisher and medical kit and not out on the Track at the same time.”  This means that a MINIMUM of 2 people to be at the Track for Practice; and one needs to be over 18.

We also require you to have read and understand the Karting Australia Practice Regulations which can be found via this link and requires you to acknowledge your understanding when completing the below form.  For further information on karting rules please refer to the Karting Australia Rule Book.

If you are the last one to leave the circuit then you are required to secure all interior gates and close/lock the circuit gate.  Once all gates are locked please text Ben Moylan on 0417 719 604 to advise the track has been secured.

Karting Activity/Private Practice

Any non-competitive activity organised under an Organising Permit must be supervised by a Karting Activity Controller (KAC) or Level 4 or higher Official. This is a compulsory requirement to ensure the club and members are covered by Karting Australia’s insurance policy.  These types of activities include general (private) practice and training. 

KAC or Officials must each practice day:

Complete the online Social Karting Activity Officials Update Form by either CLICKING HERE (link: https://www.karting.net.au/administration/forms) or by scanning the QR Code found on the noticeboard.

Complete the Organised Social Karting Activity Track Check List by CLICKING HERE (link: https://www.karting.net.au/administration/forms) prior to commencing the activity – or check with your club to access hard copies of these forms).