Go Karting Clubs in South Australia

Clubs Listed : 24

Displaying all Clubs & Associations :
  • Adelaide Dirt Kart Club —- Visited: 119 Times


    Listing id: 48048

    The Adelaide Dirt Kart Club first started out back in 1980 under the name of Noarlunga Kart Club. In early 1985 a local motor sporting club invited the club to use their track facilities at Lonsdale In March 1986 the club secured a new site at the Speed Kart complex, later known as the location of kart mania on waterloo corner road Burton. September 1987 brought a club name change. Now to be known as the Adelaide Dirt Kart Club inc.

    18 years later in 2004 the track site changed ownership and the leasing arrangements changed and with the site needing to be redeveloped the ADKC needed to find a new home. October 2004 brought a club decision to accept an offer to once again relocate, this time an exciting location was found right in the heart of Motorsport territory. Speedway City, Virginia South Australia is now the home of the Adelaide Dirt Kart Club located between Speedway City, and Adelaide International Raceway.

    February 2005 saw the 1st race meeting occur at the new location. In the October of 2008 with the help of Darren Woods, the first 200cc Dash for Cash was held and turned into Adelaide’s most prestigious race meeting of the season. In January 2009 the clubrooms were reopened again, Power, Toilets, Shelters & Sheds are all complete. In 2010 the canteen was back in the clubrooms, track has banking added and now several night meetings under lights are scheduled each year. March 2011 has been the time the Adelaide Dirt Kart Club lifted the bar for all dirt kart racing with the introduction of the inaugural Adelaide Dirt Kart Club Classic.

    The Classic was introduced as a 2 day meeting with racing under lights, B mains and dashes and a winner take all final. With the clubs vision for the Classic become an annual premium dirt karting event securing the ADKC as a leader in dirt karting in Australia.
    Website 0407 242 …

  • Adelaide Superkart Club —- Visited: 185 Times

    Kent Town

    Listing id: 13947

    Superkarting in South Australia is run by the Adelaide Superkart Club Inc. which is affliated with CAMS (Confederation of Australian Motorsport) and is conducted in a strictly controlled environment. The club was formed in 1971 as the Adelaide Kart Club. It was borne from members of the GoKart Club of South Austarlia in order to promote long circuit kart racing. The clubs home track is Mallala Motorsport Park, 55 kms north of Adelaide. Mallala is a 2.6km flat track with a variety of turns and straights that make it the ideal racing venue for Superkarts.

    Superkarting is probably as close as you will ever get to experiencing the feel of Formula One motor racing. The Adelaide Superkart Club provides entry level, affordable motorsport for its members, who range in age from 12-65 and is combined with a friendly club environment. Superkarts race on all major motor racing circuits across Australia, including Phillip Island, Eastern Creek, Winton, Calder, Wakefield Park, Morgan Park and Queensland Raceway… Whichever way that you look at it, Superkarting can provide the “Ultimate Motor Racing Thrill” at the most affordable price.
    Website (08) 8262…

  • Angas Go-Kart Club Inc. —- Visited: 169 Times


    Listing id: 13949

    Angas Go-Kart Club provides a great atmosphere for family, friends and visitors. Come and join us at the track, we would love to see you there! Thanks to the strength of the Angas Go-Kart Club, members are able to enjoy excellent facilities on one of the best track surfaces in South Australia. Visit our History page to see more of where this club originated from. 2014 Licenses & membership forms coming soon, via the website & by post to existing members.
    Website (08) 8536…

  • Barossa Go Kart Club —- Visited: 113 Times


    Listing id: 13794

    The Barossa Go Kart Club meets on the first Wednesday of each month. Everyone is welcome and we encourage anyone who would like to have a say in how the club is run to come along and contribute.
    Website 0411 272 …

  • Broken Hill Kart Club —- Visited: 29 Times

    Broken Hill

    Listing id: 13790

    Broken Hill Kart Club is located at Johnson Park Speedway, Medindee Road, Broken Hill, SA –
    (08) 8087…

  • Desert Dirt Kart Club Inc. —- Visited: 68 Times

    Roxby Downs

    Listing id: 13951

    Desert Dirt Kart Club Inc. may be reached thru Mr Tom Wilson
    0447 933 …

  • Dublin Go Kart Club —- Visited: 55 Times


    Listing id: 13797

    Dublin Go Kart Club’s track is located at the Monarto Karting Complex, Old Princes Highway, Monarto
    (08) 8242…

  • Formula Vee Association of SA Inc. —- Visited: 89 Times


    Listing id: 14106

    You’ve been watching Garth Tander, Peter Brock, Craig Lowndes, Larry Perkins, Mark Webber, Sebastian Vettel on TV for as long as you can remember. Reading about Formula 1, V8s, Karts, apexes, understeer, oversteer, brake balance etc. “Yes I can do better than all of them!

    Well regardless, the time has come to take the plunge, to fulfill your dreams – to become a racing car driver. Formula Vee Racing provides the thrill of fiercely competitive motor racing at a budget cost. Permitted modifications are minimal so that greater emphasis is on driver skill rather than budget. As a result, the class is the first proving ground in motor racing and has always been a stepping stone to higher levels of motorsport. Larry Perkins, Jason Bargwanna, Colin Bond and John Bowe began their careers in Formula Vee.
    Website 040217400…

  • Go Kart Club of SA —- Visited: 186 Times


    Listing id: 13799

    The Go Kart Club of South Australia was founded in 1961. Racing originally took place every Saturday running at Daly Oval, Cambelltown. Twelve months later owing to the popularity and growing numbers of competitors, and the problem with associated noise, the GKCSA merged with the Onkaparinga Go Kart CLub. The Go Kart Club of South Australia is a facility where members with their own karts come to practice and race. Club members enjoy access to the facility 7 days a week in daylight hours. Please note that we do not offer hire kart facilities.
    Website 0415 408 …

  • Loxton Karting Club Inc. —- Visited: 57 Times


    Listing id: 13953

    Formed in 1984 by an enthusiastic gathering of local rev heads the Loxton Kart Club held its first meeting on Sunday March 24th 1985.  Held in perfect conditions there were an estimated 1500 people present.  A total of 166 nominations were received for the 52 event program, at the time this was a record for a dirt kart meeting with drivers coming from Keith, Angaston, Morgan and the Riverland to take part.  The Loxton Kart Club prides itself on being a family friendly club, with the priority being fun in karting.  We openly welcome all interested people of all ages and gender to come and try this fun affordable form of motor sport. Karts are available after each race meet for those interested in trying this adrenaline pumping sport.
    Website 0438 776 …

  • Lucindale Kart Club Inc. —- Visited: 56 Times


    Listing id: 13954

    Dirt karting offers the thrill of the speedway racing without the high cost and danger. Dirt karts race on unsealed tracks of all shaped and sizes throughout Australia. In 1985 a group of Lucindale locals ventured to Nagles Park, Keith to watch dirt racing for the first time, they returned with the idea to build a track and form a dirt kart racing club at Lucindale.  Locally, the sport has grown considerably over the years.

    The great family environment and friendly but competitive atmosphere has seen membership numbers grow steadily over the years. Most of the new drivers are juniors with participants being able to race from 7 years of age. Since the staging of the 2005 State Titles, the club has grown from having 30 members to now having 107 with over half of these being drivers. The club has historically and continues to produce well known drivers with numerous members being current or previous SA and Australian Title plates holders.
    Website 08 87 662… 0428 662 …

  • Morgan Dirt Kart Club Inc. —- Visited: 93 Times


    Listing id: 13955

    Dirt Karting has been a popular sport for over 60 years and was first introduced as a fun past time for war weary RAAF pilots. The first machines were very simple affairs back in that time. However, the machines and motors of today are as technically advanced as any level of motor sport in the world. Whether you are looking for adrenalin pumping action, or a fun day out with the family, then Dirt Karting may be just the thing for you.

    Karting is competitive and top drivers race extremely finely-tuned machines at high speeds with all the thrills that open-wheeled racing has to offer but without the usual high costs involved. The sport of Karting is fast becoming a very popular past time for both male and female alike. It is an inexpensive way for the whole family to enjoy the thrills of motor racing, catering for children from seven years right through to grandparents!

    Located 165 km north-east of Adelaide, Morgan is situated on a bend in the Murray River which is variously known as the ‘North West Bend’, ‘Great Bend’ or ‘Great Elbow’. There are two ways to enter Morgan from the south. At Cadell it says 13 kms to Morgan on an unsealed road or 19 kms on a sealed road. The sealed road reaches a ferry across the Murray a few kilometres before Morgan. The unsealed road comes to a ferry at Morgan. Both trips are well worth taking.
    Website 08 8843 8… 0417 814 …

  • Mt. Gambier Karting Club —- Visited: 84 Times


    Listing id: 13800

    On the 13th of July, 1960, 32 interested people gathered in the Mt Gambier Cycling Club rooms at Vansittart Park to form the Mt Gambier Go-Kart Club.The first race meeting was held at the Glenburnie track on the 10th December 1960. The original track, parts of which can still be seen today, consisted of a Limestone base (all laid by hand) with a coating of coltar spread over the top. Because of the “poor quality” surface, it required continual patching and repairing.

    In May 1993, the track was resurfaced to 7 metres wide and lengthened by 75 metres by extending the main straight up over the hill, and the infamous “hairpin” was removed. In January 1996 lights were erected on poles in the centre of the circuit and the first twilight meeting was held on February 10, 2020 Since that time, the track has once again been resurfaced and widened with the old “Shell” control tower being dismantled and replaced with the current structure in preparation for the Australian National Sprint Kart Titles which were held at this track over Easter, 2000, in addition, two and a half acres were purchased on the Eastern boundary and that land is currently used for the new grid and pit complex
    Website (08) 87 2… 0413 118 …

  • Open Wheel Race Car Club —- Visited: 27 Times


    Listing id: 14242

    The Open Wheel Race Car Club was formed to promote the interests of open wheel motor sport in South Australia , and in particular to bring about the introduction of the Formula Vee1600 category to South Australia, and to serve as an active focus group for Formula Ford, Formula Vee and Formula 3 drivers and teams.

  • Renmark Dirt Kart Club Inc. —- Visited: 95 Times


    Listing id: 13957

    Renmark Dirt Kart Club Inc. in South Australia
    Website 0422 439 …

  • Southern Go Kart Club —- Visited: 161 Times


    Listing id: 14154

    Started in 1960, the Southern Go Kart Club has grown from a simple dirt track then to now being 755 metres of bitumen. There are both short and long tracks and can be run in an anti-clockwise and clockwise direction. A maximum lateral G-Force of 3.2G is pulled. The Pit Area is big enough to cater for over 300, including a trailer, and there’s enough room for trade spaces (by prior arrangement) at major Race Meetings.

    The In-Grid and Out-Grid are both under cover and there is Grandstand seating in the pit area and along the main straight. There are toilet facilities in the Pit Area and behind the main straight. Our clubrooms are licenced, with hot food and sandwiches served all day (with BIG thanks to the ladies who volunteer) for spectators and racers a like. Whether it be the Summer months or Winter months, our club rooms are a great place to sit and view the whole track to watch some great quality racing.
    Website 0418 824 …

  • Superkarts Australia —- Visited: 15 Times


    Listing id: 48041

    Superkarting is an exhilarating and high performance form of motor racing. Likened to a miniature Formula1 or a GP Bike with four wheels, the Superkart is not a hybrid of racing car and go-kart, it is a purpose-built race vehicle in its own right. With average power to weight ratio of 2.9, Superkarts hold outright lap records at many tracks world-wide. Superkarting is a high performance, affordable motor sport. Sensation to cost is second to no other form of motor racing.

  • Tatiara Karting Club —- Visited: 77 Times


    Listing id: 13958

    The Tatiara Karting Club is located adjacent to the Dukes Highway in Bordertown, South Australia. The Club hold regular meetings on their challenging 600m track, including trophy days and night meetings under lights. The club is proud of its family-friendly atmosphere and supportive community-focused culture. Dirt-kart racing is a fun and fast-paced sport that’s great for motor-racing beginners and older motoring enthusiasts alike. New members are always welcome at the club, so if you are interested in joining either as a driver, official or general support crew, we would love to hear from you.
    Website 08 8755 1… 0400 985 …

  • Whyalla Go Kart Club —- Visited: 55 Times


    Listing id: 13791

    Whyalla Go Kart Club is located at Mount Young Raceway, Port Lincoln Highway, Whyalla, SA. It has a 520 metre bitumen track with a 24 Kart capacity.Free practice just about any time
    0499 014 …

  • Yorke Peninsula Dirt Kart Club Inc. —- Visited: 90 Times


    Listing id: 13959

    The club was established in 1991 and is located half way between Kadina and Wallaroo. We are a family based club with many dedicated members and volunteers. Go-Karting is a very safe motorsport and can be enjoyed from the age of 7. We were fortunate enough to be able to host the 2010 state titles and with great success. This has given the club a great platform to build on over the coming years. Please contact the club if you are interested in having a go or just being a part of the club as a volunteer.
    Website 0408 400 …