The QSC Inc has introduced some changes to the NGB classes for 2018. Opening it up to all TAG engines used in KA. As well as separating them into aero and non-aero groups. Ask us how to get involved and be part of the action. Don't forget to like and share our posts to make sure they appear in your news feed.
After trialling at a test day with juniors in 2017, the QSC Inc has held early discussions with Qld Raceways and now with Racers Insurance, the underwriters for QR. All stake holders agree that large format motorsport needs a junior support group with pathways to open competition. All stakeholders agree that the QSC Inc Inc is best placed to offer this pathway through Formula JSK. There is still some way to go and there are still many hurdles to mitigate but we all feel confident that this can be accomplished by structuring a strategic plan for the QSC Inc.
The Queensland Superkart Club Inc would like to welcome you to 2018. A fantastic racing season is planned as per the banner attached. Looks like the 85cc Gearbox class is going to increase this year and with preparations on the way for a junior 85cc Gearbox class on the way for 2019. Some new young competitor are getting ready for it this year. Technical Specifications are simple. Basically it will be a Stock Honda with an 85cc Gearbox engine on it. Keep a look out for the announcement in the near future. We look forward to seeing you trackside in 2018.
With the close of the 2017 Queensland Superkart Season coming to a close, the Gala Awards Night was the place to be. Was great to see some new faces in the podium positions. But experience was the key to 2017 with Peter Nuske taking home the coveted 2017 Club Champion Award. Consistency and great preparation was the secret. Even a change of chassis mid year didn't slow him down. Results are as follows. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1tIQvqmpeboGczE2IGyqFPCLzxq3tHdV2/view
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from the Queensland Superkart Club Inc. 2018 is shaping up to be a bigger and better year. Did someone mention 85cc Junior Superkarts using a CIK chassis similar to the Stock Honda regulations? Better watch out for that Press Release. Something that has been missing for years.
The 85cc Gearbox Class was alive and kicking in the QLD sun. Showing us that age in just a number, veteran racer and multiple 85cc Australian Champion Chryss Jamieson bought his Gladiator home in 3rd. 2nd place was Keith Taylor in his Honda powered Gladiator. Taking home the top prize was Cameron Moxley in Gladiator Yamaha kart!
The 250 National Class has been hotly contested all year with nothing more than a coat of paint separating them at times.
Taking home 3rd place was Gareth Crisp in his GAS GAS powered ADE. Taking home 2nd was Tim Weier in his GAS GAS Powered ANDERSON Maverick. 1st Place was Lachlan Crisp in his GAS GAS powered Anderson Mirage
Dan Lewis in his Lewis Plumbing Anderson Yamaha has fuel delivery issues all weekend but had plenty of speed when all was going well.
The 125cc Gearbox class has been the most popular with no less than 13 different participants during 2017. These 3 however have been regulars at the front all season long. Taking home 3rd place in his first time at Lakeside was Rocket Rod Tait in his Honda powered Stockman MR2. 2nd place Phil Silcock in his Honda powered Avoig Elise. Regaining the form that had seen him dominate the championship early was Sam McFerran in his Honda powered BRM