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Republished from Kartsportnews.com

DRIVEN BY PASSION – Flying Lap Media wondered what would happen if they took raw footage from a racing event, and purposely discarded the best shots. “What would happen if we skipped the obligatory techno music or grungy rock soundtrack? What if we got back to basics? No fancy cuts. No 3D graphics. No fluff.” And this (below) is what was left…


STATE TITLE – NSW Speedway Kart Title coming up at Loxford Park:


4-BANGERS – IKD is the Australian importer of the Briggs & Stratton 206 Race Engine. For more information contact IKD today.
(P): 02 4735 1344
(E): sales@internationalkarting.com


OLD NEWS – KartSportNews has been publishing karting related content since 2004. Apart from the first few years, much of that content is still online and can be accessed via the Archives. For the most recent ‘old news’ (from mid-May 2017 to today), locate the Archives drop-down in the Sidebar and select a month (this content can also be viewed by category via the News By Category section). But to view all the other news, features etc published prior to mid-May 2017, go HERE.


MAWSON INTERVIEW – Three-time Australian Kart Championship round winner and current Arden Motorsport GP3 Series​ driver Joey Mawson dropped in at the recent Newcastle round of the championship and chatted with Lorraine Farley about karting, motorsport and moving to Europe to pursue his dream:


DASH OPTIONS – MyChron5 is now available to purchase at a lower retail price without a Temperature Sensor or Temperature extension cable. AiM SportSytems Australia say they are available as a single temp MyChron5 or the MyChron5 2T (2 temperature) and are available now from all their dealers and from the Online Store HERE.


ROTAX RACEWAY – Engine manufacturer BRP-Rotax has announced the first Rotax branded karting circuit. Teaming with the Edmonton & District Kart Racing Association in Canada, the circuit is now known as Rotax MOJO Raceway in Edmonton. “The rebranding of the club’s circuit in Western Canada as the Rotax MOJO Raceway in Edmonton brings with it the support of Rotax quality products and an opportunity to improve the racing experience for the local competitors, based on the worldwide Rotax MAX Challenge concept” Rotax stated. “The incentives that Rotax has offered represents the first ever such commitment to any regional series in North America” EDKRA vice-president Kevin Dowler said.


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Source: Kartsportnews.com

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