Craig Started Racing with the Queensland Superkart Club back in 1984 in a 80 cc Air cooled Yamaha on a Swiss Hutless chassis.
Having a number of different chassis and Engines, finally settled on a locally made Gladiator chassis with a Water Cooled YZ 80 engine, and raced this up until
purchasing a Stockman with a Honda RS125cc.
Tim Started racing the 80 cc Gladiator kart, around 2006 and was not too long long before he was showing up his old man with some impress lap times.
Craig , started to build an other Chassis Dyno after selling the first one to a superkart member in Victoria. This is where the development on the RS Honda come from, and it was not too long , before Tim was winning racing at the Australian Superkart Nationals, resulting in a 3rd place in 2011, 2nd place in 2012, and then 3rd again in 2013.
2014 Tim grabbed a great result with a 2nd place in the Australian titles, with some of the closest 125cc racing scene in many years...
One of the Stockman Superkarts we ran and the Gladiator laydown
Tim being fitted up for the new AVOIG chassis. John Pellicano supplied us with a bare chassis, seat and floor tray, and we grafted the rest of the old Stockman chassis bits to it. This has been a great chassis, Easy to tune the handling, and is very easy chassis to drive.
Super close racing at Phillip Island at the Nationals
Craig racing at Eastern Creek 2008 Nationals in his Stockman RS125 Honda