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6 days ago

Rochester Kart Club

Good Luck to Rochester Kart Club member Fletcher Harris Motorsport on his step up to Formula Ford in his racing journey. We wish you all the best Fletch, and look forward to what the future holds! ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Rochester Kart Club

Entries are now OPEN for Round 1 of the GPS 2020 at Albury Wodonga Kart Club on Feb 8/9.
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3 weeks ago

Rochester Kart Club

IKD can today confirm that Rotax 125 Light will form part of the Golden Power Series for 2020.

This is a great opportunity for Rotax engine owners to race on the Mojo D2 Tyre at a weight of 160kg in a Victorian based series.

Over 90 competitors contested the entire 2019 series & they average 160 entries per round with Puckapunyal soaring to over 200.

Make sure you are part of the Golden Power Series (GPS) in 2020. For more information head over to the GPS Facebook page.

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3 weeks ago

Rochester Kart Club

IKD can today confirm that Rotax 125 Light will form part of the Golden Power Series for 2020.

This is a great opportunity for Rotax engine owners to race on the Mojo D2 Tyre at a weight of 160kg in a Victorian based series.

Over 90 competitors contested the entire 2019 series & they average 160 entries per round with Puckapunyal soaring to over 200.

Make sure you are part of the Golden Power Series (GPS) in 2020. For more information head over to the GPS Facebook page.

| ROTAX - New Age Karting | Karting Victoria | KartSportNews |
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3 weeks ago

Rochester Kart Club

Happy New Year Everyone - Please support your local Karting Club in 2020. Support club days, support working bees, lets race and have fun!We all have our part to play! ... See MoreSee Less

Happy New Year Everyone - Please support your local Karting Club in 2020. Support club days, support working bees, lets race and have fun!

4 weeks ago

Rochester Kart Club

Some shiny karts for some new members cuttin some laps before Chrissy lunch ... See MoreSee Less

Some shiny karts for some new members cuttin some laps before Chrissy lunchImage attachment

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Have fun enjoy

4 weeks ago

Rochester Kart Club

Have a safe & Merry Christmas from the Rochester Kart Club.
Enjoy the day & remember the more food & drink you have the less lead on the kart you will need, or you may have to move classes 🤣🤣Be safe on the roads everyone if your travelling !
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Have a safe & Merry Christmas from the Rochester Kart Club. 
Enjoy the day & remember the more food & drink you have the less lead on the kart you will need,  or you may have to move classes 🤣🤣Be safe on the roads everyone if your travelling !

2 months ago

Rochester Kart Club

Well Done to Rochester Kart Club members Jake Gibson & Ayrton Filippi who finished in the top 3 overall in their respected categories of the Golden Power Series.
Also well done to our President Jason Gibson on his involvement in this great series and helping to host the presentation of trophies at the Victorian Karting Awards.
To see more great pics of the night check out Pace Images

Jake Gibson - 2nd Medium Combined
Ayrton Filippi - 3rd KA4 Junior Light
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2 months ago

Rochester Kart Club

The biggest congratulations to Billy Westerveld on receiving Senior Karter of the year award. 🥂🏆 ... See MoreSee Less

The biggest congratulations to Billy Westerveld on receiving Senior Karter of the year award. 🥂🏆

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Great achievement Billy 👌👌

Congrats Billy 🎉🎉🎉🎉

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Well done Billy

Congratulations Billy

Great work Billy Boy.

Well done Billy, fantastic effort x

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2 months ago

Rochester Kart Club

2 December 2019
NEW CADET LICENCE RULES TO APPLY FROM JANUARY 1
Additional Safety Training Requirements for First Time Licence Applicants
From the start of January 2020, all Cadet aged drivers applying for their FIRST COMPETITION LICENCE will be required to undertake at least eight (8) hours of supervised driving practice before undertaking their Observed Licence Session (OLS) at their chosen Karting Australia Club.
The new Safety Training Requirements mean that a Cadet aged driver must complete at least eight (8) hours of driver training/practice on a Karting Australia licenced track prior to undertaking their OLS. The new Rule requires that:
“At all times while the Driver is undertaking the required training/practice, they must be supervised by either:
• A Parent who is the holder of a Participants License; or
• A person who is 18 years of age or older who is the holder of a racing licence issued by or recognised by Karting Australia; or
• A driving instructor/coach who is recognised by Karting Australia.
The person supervising the New Cadet Driver’s Practice sessions must complete the details of the practice undertaken on the New Cadet Driver Practice Log form which must be provided to the Official who conducts the Driver’s OLS before they are permitted to undertake the OLS.”
At the time of applying for their first licence, new Cadet aged drivers will receive a Practice Log Form by email that must be completed in just the same way that learner drivers on the road are required to log their practice hours. It’s a one-time-only requirement.
The OLS requirements to be undertaken before a new driver is permitted to commence racing remain unchanged.
“The new supervised practice or training requirements for our first time Cadet drivers is a logical and simply attainable step in the new licencing process,” said Karting Australia CEO Kelvin O’Reilly.
“Safety is of the highest importance in our sport and ensuring that our youngest drivers have received training in the basics of driving before they start to race will improve the overall experience for everyone on the track.”
A list of Karting Australia Recognised Driving Instructors and Coaches will be available on the Karting Australia web site. There is no fee charged for driving coaches and instructors to become “Recognised” by Karting Australia but the credentials of coaches and instructors will be assessed by an independent expert panel. All Recognised Driving Coaches and Instructors are required to provide proof of a current Working With Children Check.
The initial list of Karting Australia Recognised Driving Instructors and Coaches will be contacted in the coming days via email. If you have not received this email by December 6 and wish to apply to be listed as a Recognised Driving Instructor/Coach should email outlining their relevant experience.
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About The Rochester Kart Club

The Rochester Kart Club are the newest member of the Victorian Karting Association

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Club Details
Club Postal Address 803 Murray Valley Highway, Tyntynder South, VIC 3586

Track Details
Track Name Rochester Sporting Complex
Track Location Quarry Road, Rochester, VIC
Track Length 778m
Grid Capacity 32
Track Surface Bitumen / Hotmix
Direction Clockwise
Open Hours
Camping Facilities No
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Rochester Kart Club details last updated 20/11/2019