Albury-Wodonga Kart Club

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It’s now Official, the Golden Power Series 2020 Championship will feature 6 rounds with the inclusion of Goulburn Valley Kart Club!
Our 2020 series committee includes Lorraine Aitken, Ross Harrod, Steven Black, Christie Reynolds, Jason Gibson & Matthew Ferrari.
Please feel free to come and see us with any feedback or suggestions for the series.
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Attention Protour guests coming to our track in the coming days!!!
Here are some things to help you out once you arrive.
We will be selling bags of ice for $3 per bag
We have eftpos in our canteen ($10 minimum per transaction)
We have people on the ground to help you find a pit spot
Our Canteen will be open:
Thursday 7am-5pm
Friday 6am-6pm
Saturday 6am-6pm
Sunday 6.30am until meeting closes.
Please let us know if we can make your time at our club any better or easier.
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The weekend of 6th & 7th September saw 20 members of the AWKC club travel to the Goulburn Valley Kart Club at Numurkah for their 30th Australasian Red Plate Kart Titles.

The club had some great results overall and would like to congratulate all those who competed and represented the club on the weekend. The members who competed are all pictured below.

On Saturday we came away with 3 Pole positions:
Jackson Rice in Victorian Combined Medium
Ryan Van Ree in Victorian Combined Heavy
Herman Van Ree in Victorian Combined Masters.

Sunday saw the club members 5 podiums and 2 Red Plates, congrats to:
Jackson Rice 1st Red Plate Victorian Combined Medium
Ryan Van Ree 1st Red Plate Victorian Combined Heavy
Blair Van Ree 2nd Victorian Combined Heavy
Jackson Griffith 2nd Tag 125 Heavy
Herman Van Ree 2nd Victorian Combined Masters.

#GirlsRaceToo #karting #alburywodongakartclub
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Excellent Report and Photos. Great to capture all Club Drivers

September 21-22nd 2019
Get your entries in now !
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The next round of the Golden Power Series is accepting entries. Get your entry in early to secure your number and help the club cater 🏁🏁 ... See MoreSee Less

We had a few people join our behind the scenes tour of our club day and from this we welcome Adam as our newest member of AWKC. Thanks for coming along. #newmembers #respectkarting #karting ... See MoreSee Less

We had a few people join our behind the scenes tour of our club day and from this we welcome Adam as our newest member of AWKC. Thanks for coming along. #newmembers #respectkarting #kartingImage attachmentImage attachment

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Super stars

Guy TelfordTelfordAdam Telford

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Our podiums today. Congratulations to all of our place getters.
Unfortunately I don’t have a Vic Combined light photo because I was on the podium 😂
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Vic Combined light podium thanks to Alison Brett

Well done all! Would love to see you guys having a crack at the Tassie State Titles in November at the Southern Tasmanian Kart Club 👍

Should’ve taken a selfie 😂

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About The Albury-Wodonga Kart Club

The Albury Wodonga Kart Club Inc. was formed on the 27th of May 1985 after a small but obviously committed group of karters saw the need for a local club. “Committed” was certainly a term used loosely as the ensuing battle to realize the dream was in fact capable of having each and every member committed to a room with soft walls. 

Four years passed with many a gray hair as these founding members battled local authorities for a venue as they willing drove hours to satisfy their addiction. Many sites were inspected but still no local track. As anyone will tell you, it is always darkest before dawn, so too was the birth of the track. When all seemed lost , the Wodonga Council and Albury Wodonga Development Corporation rallied to the rescue with a long lease for the current land. 

The next three years saw much fund raising take place as $75,000 was generated the hard way via raffles and the like. Gold medallion concept generated over $30,000 along. A humble beginning for a great club. 

Today the club has around 130 members over 100 of those holding licenses. The average club day comprises 50 to 70 competitors. The AWKC has a commitment to ongoing education of all members who wish to seek it. Consequently we boast enough personnel to undertake any race day with all duties covered. 

It hasn’t always been easy but the AWKC has managed to have a solid number of members able to assist the running of club days and opens. The evidence was manifested in the level of competence shown in the 1996 Championship. 

Track Location and Facilities 
The karting complex is situated about 15 minutes from the center of Albury Wodonga. The would be Melbourne competitor would find it quite easy as the exit for the track is off the Freeway and comprises a 5 minute drive with 3 roads to negotiate. 

The track itself is hot mix being 730 meters long after alterations in 1997 8 meters wide. The in and out grids accommodate 32 karts and are made of concrete. All positions are numbered. A new layout of our track showing the extended back straight in enclosed, please note we now start on the back straight. 

The beauty of our country location is the amount of land available to accommodate the amount of cars and trailers the championship would generate quite easily. Within the immediate circuit area, 350 cars and trailers can be parked whilst a further 700 spots are available across the road. 

Our new canteen /toillet block and clubrooms is first rate with the ability to provide a large variety of foodstuffs to satisfy. In the event of the championship, local clubs can assist to further expand our already good capabilities.

The standard of present ability for our facilities is excellent. Those familiar with the track would be aware of the various structures in place to assist the running of racing, namely the lap scorers building, starters stand and commentators stand. The racing is started using traffic lights of the Red/Green variety.

Club Name Albury-Wodonga Kart Club
Circuit Name Sheathers Road Kart Complex
Club Location Sheathers Road, Wodonga
Club Website
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Club Contact John Reynolds
Phone 0412 578 369

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On board video from Albury-Wodonga Kart Clubs Sheathers Road Kart Complex circuit

Club Details
Monthly Meeting Second Tuesday of each month
7.30pm at Clubrooms Sheathers road Wodonga
Membership Details Social (Non Racing) $20
Single $100
Family $150
One off fee $60
Keys are available for AKA licensed non members. A $50 deposit is required and $30 will be refunded upon return of key. (a current licence must be presented before key will be issued).
 Postal Address P.O.Box 427, Lavington, NSW 2641

Club Personnel
Club President James Reynolds
Phone 0411 490 498
Postal Address PO BOX 427 Lavington NSW 2641
Club Secretary John Robertson
Phone 0429 103 079
Licence Secretary James Reynolds
Phone 0411 490 498
Licence Secretary John Reynolds
Phone 0412 578 369

Track Details
Track Name AWKC, Sheathers Road Kart Complex
Track Location Sheathers Road, Wodonga
Track Length 1007m x 8m
Grid Capacity 36
Track Surface Hotmix
Direction Clockwise
Open Hours 7 days (8am – 6pm)
Camping Facilities Yes, toilet block and hot showers
Timing Strips 3

Albury-Wodonga Kart Club details last updated 20/11/2017