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R A C E P R OGR A M


STEEP IN HISTORY

Where Motorsport Stars are groomed SINCE 1993, the CIK Stars of Karting Championship presented by Castrol EDGE has played a significant role in developing the careers of Australian motorsport stars. A number of former Champions have gone onto greatness in Australian motorsport while others have starred on the World motorsport scene. Today, names like Jamie Whincup, Mark Winterbottom, Daniel Ricciardo, Ryan Briscoe, Tim Slade and Michael Caruso are all household names in the wider motorsport community. It wasn’t so long ago that these young drivers were battling each other on kart circuits across the country chasing the elusive Championship. For Whincup, his first Championship came in 1998 in the Intercontinental A Class. During that year Whincup was simply dominant and claimed maximum points in three out of the four rounds. Finishing second to him in the Championship was Caruso, who the year prior had won the KF3 (formerly known as Junior Intercontinental A) title. In 1999 Whincup moved into the KF2 (formerly known as Formula A) class and the rivalry that is now played out in the V8 Jamie Whincup

Junior Podium at Ipswich in 1996 (L-R) Alan Gurr, Ryan Briscoe and Troy Hunt

Supercars Championship began. He and Winterbottom were joined by Victorian Clint Cathcart in a threeway battle for the Championship before Whincup’s consistency aided him to secure the title in Australia’s elite Championship for the second consecutive year. Two years later Winterbottom would enjoy Championship success in the CIK Stars of Karting Championship when a pair of round wins from the four events secured him the same title Whincup had won in 1999. This would be the tenth, and final, Australian Championship of his illustrious karting career before he embarked on his pathway to the V8 Supercar Championship. Better known these days for his racing career in America, Briscoe was a two-time Junior Champion in the Series during the mid-nineties. This feat has only been matched by Kristian Lindbom and more recently (2010 and 2011) Pierce Lehane. It is the same title that has also been won by 2014 Walkinshaw Racing driver Tim Slade, former Dunlop V8 Series Champion Andrew Thompson, Kristian Lindbom and Christian Jones.

HONOUR ROLL KZ2 (previously Pro Gearbox and Intercontinental C) 2013 – Joey Hanssen (CRG/Modena) 2012 – Chris Hays (Energy/TM) 2011 – Tyler Greenbury (Intrepid/Maxter) 2010 – Matthew Wall (BRM/TM) 2005 – Bart Price (Arrow/TM) 2004 – Bart Price (Arrow/TM) 2003 – Tyson Pearce (Omega/TM) 2002 – Jason Burns (Mac Minerelli/TM) KF2 (previously Pro Light and Formula A) 2013 – Matthew Waters (Kosmic/IAME) 2012 – Adam Hughes (Kosmic/IAME) 2011 – Jake Spencer (Kosmic/IAME) 2010 – Cian Fothergill (Kosmic/IAME) 2009 – Hayden McBride (Gillard/IAME) 2004 – Barclay Holden (Trulli/Parilla) 2003 – Barclay Holden (Trulli/Parilla) 2002 – Adam Graham (Arrow/Rotax) 2001 – Mark Winterbottom (Tony Kart/Vortex) 2000 – Neil McFadyen (Top Kart/Comer) 1999 – Jamie Whincup (Tecno/Parilla) 1998 – Ryan Wlodzinski (PCR/PCR) 1997 – David Clark (Tecno/Atomik) 1996 – Jeremy Lohmann (Tony Kart/Vortex) 1995 – Darrell Smith (PCR/PCR) 1994 – Phillip Scifleet (Haase/Italsistem) 1993 – Richard McLeod (Azzurro/Fox) KF3 (previously Pro Junior and Junior Intercontinental A) 2013 – Liam McLellan (OK1/Vortex) 2012 – Cameron Hill (Top Kart/Vortex) 2011 – Pierce Lehane (CRG/Vortex) 2010 – Pierce Lehane (CRG/Vortex) 2005 – Joshua Scott (BRM) 2004 – Kristian Lindbom (Top Kart/Comer) 2003 – Kristian Lindbom (Top Kart/Comer) 2002 – Ben Chong Sun (Top Kart/Comer) 2001 – Tim Slade (Top Kart/Comer) 2000 – Andrew Thompson (Tony Kart/Vortex) 1999 – Adam Graham (Tony Kart/Vortex) 1998 – Neil McFadyen (Top Kart/Comer) 1997 – Michael Caruso (Tony Kart/Vortex) 1996 – Ryan Briscoe (CRG/CRG) 1995 – Ryan Briscoe (CRG/Parilla) 1994 – Christian Jones (CRG/Rotax) 1993 – Mike Hazelton (CRG/Parilla) Intercontinental A *No longer contested in the championship 2005 - Daniel Ricciardo (Trulli/IAME) 2004 – Ashley Walsh (Trulli/IAME) 2003 – Glenn Powles (Trulli/IAME) 2002 – Luke May (CRG) 2001 – Josh Hunt (Energy/Parilla) 2000 – Brendan May (Mike Wilson/Italsistem) 1999 – Neil McFadyen (Top Kart/Comer) 1998 – Jamie Whincup (Tecno/Parilla) 1997 – Troy Hunt (Top Kart/Rotax) 1996 – John Joyce (Tony Kart/Italsistem) 1995 – Lincoln Mitchell (Top Kart/Comer) 1994 – Sandro Guaitoli (PCR/PCR) 1993 – Shane Wilson (Haase/Italsistem)


THE CLASSES

The CIK Stars of Karting Championship consists of three international CIK Classes (KZ2, KF2 and KF3) and three Australian Classes (TAG 125 Light, TAG 125 Heavy and Rookies). At each round, there is also the support Class of Restricted 125 where newcomers to the sport can be a part of each event.

KZ2

Age: 16+ Licence: A Grade Engine: 125cc KZ2 specification engine RPM/Hp: Max.14,000rpm/44Hp Brakes: Foot operated front and rear disc Top Speed: Approximately 160 km/h Weight: 180kg Min.(kart & driver)

KF2

Age: 16+ Licence: A Grade Engine: 125cc Water-cooled IAME KF RPM/Hp: Max.16,000rpm/38Hp Brakes: Hand operated front and foot operated rear disc Top Speed: Approximately150 km/h Weight: 163kg Min.(kart & driver)

KF3

Age: 13-16 years Licence: A Grade Engine: 125cc Water-cooled Vortex KF RPM/Hp: Max.14,000/32Hp Brakes: Foot operated rear disc Top Speed: Approximately135 km/h Weight: 145kg Min.(kart & driver)

TAG 125

Age: 16+ Licence: A & B Grade Engine: 125cc Water-cooled RPM/Hp: Max.14-16,000rpm/28Hp Brakes: Foot operated rear disc Top Speed: Approximately120 km/h Weight: Light - 160kg Min./Heavy - 180kg Min.

Rookies

Age: 10-12 years Licence: D, C & B Engine: Restricted Yamaha KT100J (100cc) RPM/Hp: Max.10,000/8Hp Brakes: Foot operated rear disc Top Speed: Approximately 95 km/h Weight: 105kg Min.(kart & driver)

125 Restricted

Age: 16+ Licence: C & D Grade Engine: 125cc Water-cooled fitted with an exhaust restrictor RPM/Hp: Max.14-16,000rpm/16Hp Brakes: Foot operated rear disc Top Speed: Approx.110 km/h Weight: Light - 160kg Min./Heavy - 180kg Min.


2013 IN REVIEW

Hays wins the battle, Hanssen the war! FOR the second consecutive year, Chris Hays was victorious at the final round of the CIK Stars of Karting Championship presented buy Castrol EDGE, but it wasn’t enough to stop Joey Hanssen from taking the title to the Netherlands. In taking the title, the 21-year-old Dutchman becomes the first international racer to win a CIK Stars of Karting Championship. After dominating the heat races, Hanssen confirmed his stranglehold on the John Pizarro Trophy in the first final at the final round - his seventh final victory of the 2013 season. In the second final though, Hays took it to the 2011 World Cup Champion before speeding away with his second round win of the year aboard his Energy Kart. The win by the outgoing Champion ensured that he was the only driver to inflict a defeat in a main event on Hanssen throughout the 2013 championship. “Consistency is definitely the key to winning championships, we had a few issues throughout the year but it’s great to finish the year with another win, but it was Joey who was the most consistent this year,” said Hays The battle for third in the Championship was the major on-track interest in KZ2 with John Grother, Kel Treseder and Jason Pringle all fighting it out.

Grother - who switched to an ART GP chassis for the final round - recorded fourth and third placed results to secure third in the Championship despite a valiant effort from Treseder. Liam McLellan etched his name in Australian karting history as the KF3 Champion alongside the likes of 2014 V8 Supercar driver Tim Slade and IndyCar driver Ryan Briscoe. Entering the final round second in the standings, three points adrift of James Abela, McLellan needed to be right on top of his game during the final round. Abela’s podium finish in the final round ensured that he held on to second place in the championship while Andrew Kahl secured third place in the title chase with a fifth placing in Melbourne. In KF2, Matthew Waters started the final round as the points leader, however George Geranis was keen to show up the Sydney-sider on his home track. It wasn’t

to be, with Geranis spinning heading into turn one in the final race of the year. Queenslander Troy Loeskow came into the event third on points with a mathematical chance at winning the Championship and then went on to win the first final before also dominating the second. Geranis’ turn one spin elevated Loeskow to second in the Title should he remain in the event. He rocketed to the front ahead of Pierce Lehane and was a chance to take the Championship should misfortune hit Waters. It wasn’t to be though with Waters coming home sixth, in doing so he etched his name on the James Courtney Trophy alongside the reigning Bathurst 1000 Champion Mark Winterbottom and five-time V8 Supercar Champion Jamie Whincup and will receive a $10,000 scholarship to compete in an international CIK event.

2013 Castrol EDGE CIK STARS OF KARTING CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS AFTER ROUND FIVE KZ2 1. Joey Hanssen 2. Chris Hays 3. John Grother 4. Kel Treseder 5. Jason Pringle

658 575 502 488 469

KF2 1. Matthew Waters 2. Troy Loeskow 3. George Geranis 4. Brooke Topp 5. Jordan Nicoloau

554 547 536 504 466

KF3 1. Liam McLellan 2. James Abela 3. Andrew Kahl 4. Chris Sandrone 5. Callum Walker

563 547 512 509 490

KF2 Champion Matthew Waters

KZ2 Champion Joey Hanssen

KF3 Champion Liam McLellan (left) with Jon Targett


ROOKIES

FRIDAY 3:45pm - Qualifying

No. Name

SATURDAY 9:30am - Heat 1 (10 laps) 11:18am - Heat 2 (10 laps)

State

Kart/Engine

Sponsors

Kosmic/Yamaha

1:30pm - Pre-Final (14 laps) 4:06pm - Final (18 laps)

2

Jake SAWYER

WA

3

Zak LOBKO

NSW

Tony Kart/Yamaha

A1 Engines, Karting World

4

Reece COHEN

NSW

Tony Kart/Yamaha

DMC Security

5

Tomas GASPERAK

QLD

CRG/Yamaha

Lotus Brisbane Hashtag

6

Cody BURCHER

NSW

Top Kart/Yamaha

Burcher efi Hillier Design

7

Benito Montalbano

NSW

PCR/Yamaha

8

Jay MCGREGOR

QLD

Intrepid/Yamaha

CC Racing

9

Ben Atkinson

NSW

PCR/Yamaha

PCR Australia

10

Nathan SPROXTON

QLD

Monaco/Yamaha

Emerald Kartsports

12

Joshua SMITH

VIC

Kosmic/Yamaha

Shamick Racing CC Racing

14

Taylor HAZARD

NSW

Top Kart/Yamaha

HD Projects

15

Raith SHEERANS

QLD

Kosmic/Yamaha

MG engines

17

Joshua BUTLER

QLD

Energy/Yamaha

Butler’s Fabrication, Two4 Tuning

20

Gabriel GASPERAK

QLD

CRG/Yamaha

Hashtag Racing

21

Joel JAMIESON

QLD

Luxor/Yamaha

MG Engines, Cian Fothergill Karting

33

Jack DOOHAN

QLD

Tony Kart/Yamaha

RedBull, A1 Engines

42

Broc FEENEY

QLD

Tony Kart/Yamaha

47

Jarrod COSTELLO

QLD

Birel/Yamaha

Cosbro, JT Motorsport, Pacific Kartsport

48

Zachary HEARD

NSW

Exprit/Yamaha

CC Racing, IKD Race Department

49

Will NIXON

QLD

Monaco/Yamaha

Nixon Heavy Haulage/EKS

65

Tyler O’LEARY

VIC

Beagle Boys Automotive

91

Thomas SMITH

VIC

Exprit/Yamaha

SCT Logistics

96

Jordyn SINNI

VIC

Arrow/Yamaha

A1 ARROW EBS

98

Benjamin DEISSLER

QLD

Tony Kart/Yamaha

G Force Karting


RESTRICTED 125 FRIDAY 3:58pm - Qualifying

SATURDAY 9:44am - Heat 1 (10 laps) 11:32am - Heat 2 (10 laps)

No. Class Name

State

Kart/Engine

Sponsors

2

Light

Tim FARRELL

QLD

Monaco/Rotax

SECURE IT Rival Ink

3

Heavy

Anthony KNIGHT

QLD

Arrow/Rotax

AKnight

4

Light

Josephine MACKAY

QLD

Arrow/IAME

Pacific Kartsport

5

Light

Lee JAMES

QLD

Arrow/IAME

Nixon Heavy Haulage

11

Heavy

Chris MEEK

QLD

Tony Kart/IAME

Northside Kart Supplies

11

Light

Rick WEAVER

QLD

Arrow/IAME

Boyne Engineering Services

12

Heavy

Ben RODGERS

QLD

Kosmic/Rotax

Tensens Group

12

Light

Daniel MEEK

QLD

Tony Kart/IAME

Northside Kart Supplies

13

Light

Ryan DEMARCO

QLD

Tony Kart/IAME

Full Throttle

17

Light

John COX

QLD

John Grother Racing

18

Light

Rory EVANS

QLD

Arrow/IAME

AirMark Air Conditioning

24

Light

Shannon PACHER

QLD

Arrow/IAME

Total Offroad

31

Light

Ryan O’SULLIVAN

QLD

Arrow/Rotax

Kingston Park Raceway

32

Heavy

Nicholas HOBBS

QLD

Kosmic/IAME

33

Light

Craig BUTLER

QLD

38

Light

Kris USHER

QLD

58

Light

Jeffery COX

QLD

64

Heavy

Stephen WILKINSON QLD

Intrepid/Rotax

70

Light

Tony MOBBS

QLD

Kosmic/IAME

Mobbs Engineering

72

Heavy

David JOHNSTONE

QLD

Kosmic/IAME

Opposite Lock Northside

76

Light

Dean WIEGMAN

QLD

Tony Kart/Rotax

G-Force Karting

79

Light

Chad HORSLEY

NSW

PCR/Junior Rotax PCR Australia, LCLS

88

Light

Jack AH QUAY

Light

92

Light

Greg GALLAGHER

QLD

Arrow/IAME

95

Heavy

Mark MACZEK

QLD

Birel/IAME

99

Light

Danielle WALTON

QLD

TBA Light

Evangeline BLINDELL QLD

1:48pm - Pre-Final (16 laps) 4:29pm - Final (20 laps)

Kosmic/IAME JCR

Zaksport

Tony Kart


FRIDAY 4:11pm - Qualifying 5:59am - Heat 1 (10 laps)

No. Name

3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 14 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 29 30 31 34 36 38 40 41 42 44 48 55 56 59 65 66 68 72 77 79 86 88 90 93 96 98 TBA

Tommy QUINLAN Chris FARKAS Zack WILSON Luke BALDRY Rishikeshan SABESAN Nicholas DALTON Troy MORRISSEY Thomas POMROY Regan PAYNE Tristan ELLERY Jamie-Lee SCORGIE George GUTIERREZ Daniel SIRVENT Aaron RABJONES Matthew JONES Paul BRYAN Trent HILL Holly PATRIZI Graham PRAJBISZ Jason BURNS Jordan CONDER Daniel ROCHFORD Chris BURLEY Christopher PROVAN Adam MERCER Dalton ELLERY Jonathon MANGOS Ben Stewart Jack RICHARDSON Cohen ARCHER Jessicca GOLDING Martin SWINDELLS Jack ROSS Kris WALTON Adam BRIGGS Mathew BYRNE Courtney GOUGH Nathan TRENEAR Ryan MCKNIGHT Luke FLYNN Micah MONTGOMERY Lydon DODGE Brandon DOOLAN Jayden COOP

TAG 125 LIGHT SATURDAY 9:58am - Heat 2 (10 laps) 11:46am - Heat 3 (10 laps)

State

NSW QLD QLD QLD NSW QLD QLD QLD QLD QLD NSW SA QLD QLD QLD QLD QLD QLD QLD QLD QLD VIC NSW SA QLD QLD SA QLD VIC QLD QLD QLD QLD QLD NSW QLD WA QLD QLD QLD SA QLD QLD QLD

Kart/Engine

FA Kart/IAME Tony Kart/Rotax Kosmic/IAME Arrow/Rotax ART GP/IAME Tony Kart/IAME Birel/Rotax Kosmic/Rotax Arrow/Rotax Exprit/Rotax PCR/Rotax Omega/IAME Tony Kart/Rotax Arrow/Rotax Tony Kart/Rotax Arrow/IAME OK1/Rotax Birel/IAME Kosmic/IAME FA/IAME Tony Kart/Rotax Monaco/IAME Tony Kart/Rotax Arrow/IAME Arrow/Rotax Exprit/Rotax Zanardi/IAME Arrow/IAME Kosmic/Rotax Monaco/IAME Monaco/Rotax Arrow/Rotax CRG/Rotax OTK/IAME Tony Kart/IAME Intrepid/Rotax Birel/IAME Tony Kart/Rotax Arrow/Rotax Arrow/IAME Omega/IAME CRG/IAME Arrow/IAME Arrow/IAME

2:06pm - Pre-Final (16 laps) 4:52pm - Final (20 laps)

Sponsors

OTK Racing Kosmic Racing Australia Pacific Kartsport, JT Motorsport ART GP, Hurst Race Engines Project X Racing Pacific Kartsport, JT Motorsport Consultworks ETC hire Chelgrave Contracting PCR, Yass Fire Wood Supplies Lannace R Transport G Force Karting Tile Ezy, Pacific Kartsport G-Force Go Karting Brisbane Kaos Karting, Bosform Coolabah Tree Café Coomera Hamen R.v’s OTK RACE TEAM JCK RACING DPE Kart Technology Signarama GA Engines Spitwater SA Pacific Kartsport Chelgrave Contracting Zanardi Corse Australia Arrow Racing Karts, KTEQ Rentals Dawsons Haulage Emerald Kartsports IGA Kangaroo Point Refrigeration Rentals & Sales G-Force J & N SALES Power Republic Patrizicorse 79 Motorsport G-Force Karting Nailed It Joinery Townsville Kart Centre, MG Engines Tool Van Services CRG, UPH, MG Engines, Autobahn


TAG 125 HEAVY FRIDAY 4:24pm - Qualifying 6:12pm - Heat 1 (10 laps)

No. Name

SATURDAY 10:11am - Heat 2 (10 laps) 11:59am - Heat 3 (10 laps)

2:24pm - Pre-Final (16 laps) 5:15pm - Final (20 laps)

2

Brendan NELSON

QLD

State

Kart/Engine Arrow/IAME

Arrow Karts, Kaos Karting

Sponsors

3

Scott HOWARD

QLD

Arrow/Rotax

Pacific Kartsport

7

Lane MOORE

QLD

OK1/Rotax

IPK, ORG

8

Clem O’MARA

QLD

Exprit/Rotax

Glasshouse Autobody

11

Leigh COCKER

SA

Energy/IAME

Spitwater SA

17

Luke MAY

VIC

BRM

Extreme Karts, Dunlop

18

Jarad NEINERT

QLD

Arrow/Rotax

Pacific Kartsport

21

Brenton SIMONDS

QLD

Arrow/IAME

Harrington Doyle Racing Arrow Karts

23

Daniel CREED

QLD

Exprit/Rotax

RPM, Project X Racing

24

Travis MARTIN

QLD

Energy/IAME

Two4 Tuning

26

Denham BALLANTYNE NSW

CRG/Rotax

D&D Building and carpentry

31

Andrew PEARSON

QLD

Kosmic/IAME

KKP, Mobile Diesel

32

James REID

VIC

Energy/Rotax

CGT, Kerbrider, J&A Tuning

35

Gaven WHITMORE

QLD

Tony Kart/IAME

G-Force Karting

46

Jeromy SONTER

QLD

VX Velox/IAME

Full Throttle Racing.

51

Craig HOLMWOOD

QLD

Arrow/Rotax

Slydogz Racing, Pacific Kartsport

61

Andrew FREEMAN

WA

Formula K/IAME

FMA Motorsport

62

Nickolas ROSS

QLD

CRG/Rotax

G-Force Karting

64

Russel PROVAN

SA

Arrow/IAME

Spitwater SA

68

Patrick MATHER

QLD

Exprit/IAME

Office Products Depot

77

Denis BUTLER

QLD

Energy/IAME

Butlers Fabrications

81

Klinton HANCEY

QLD

FA Kart/IAME

Hancey Turf

91

Craig STAUNER

NSW

CRG/Rotax

Empire Clothing, Bella Beautiful


FRIDAY 4:37pm - Qualifying 5:22pm - Top Five Shootout 6:25pm - Heat 1 (15 laps)

SATURDAY 10:24am - Heat 2 (15 laps) 12:12pm - Heat 3 (15 laps)

KF3 2:42pm - Final 1 (25 laps) 6:10pm - Final 2 (25 laps)

No. Name

State

Kart/Engine

Sponsors

2

Andrew KAHL

NSW

Tony Kart/Vortex

TonyKart, Karting World

4

JAKE KOSTECKI

WA

TonyKart/Vortex

Alloysteel, TF Engines

5

Luke SCANU

NSW

CRG/Vortex

7

Matthew FOYLE

QLD

Formula K/Vortex

Formula K

10

Thomas STEELE

QLD

OTK/Vortex

FORCH, Scuderia PCR Australia

11

Luca KRKOVSKI

NSW

PCR/Vortex

Scuderia PCR Australia

12

Drew RIDGE

NSW

CRG/Vortex

KDR Group, CRG Australia

16

Bryce FULLWOOD

NT

FA/Vortex

Onesteel, Radical systems

19

Josh DENTON

SA

Kosmic/Vortex

TD Racing, Remo Racing, Kosmic

CAMS Foundation

20

Zac RADDATZ

NSW

Kosmic/Vortex

Mx5 Mania, Kosmic Racing Australia

29

BROCK KENNY

WA

Birel/Vortex

Patrizicorse, Mills Drainage, Elliott Crane Hire,

Primepower Engineering, Westland Autos

31

Jayden OJEDA

NSW

Exprit/Vortex

SMS Diesel, OE Germany

34

Alex BARBOUTIS

WA

Formula K/Vortex

FK Australia, FMA motorsport

43

Jack SMITH

QLD

Tony Kart/Vortex

S.C.T Logistics

44

Jordan MCGREGOR

QLD

Tony Kart/Vortex

G-Force Karting

54

Jett BENNETT

NSW

Kosmic/Vortex

Kosmic Racing Australia

56

Thomas CHITTY

NSW

Birel/Vortex

Stones Kart Sport

70

Joshua FIFE

NSW

Tony Kart/Vortex

NGW, Stable Karting

76

Chris SANDRONE

NSW

Exprit/Vortex

IKD Race Department

92

Joshua ROGERS

QLD

Luxor/Vortex

MG Engines, Luxor

93

Zane GODDARD

QLD

RK/Vortex

BGD Architects

95

Aaron CAMERON

VIC

Arrow/Vortex

DPE KART TECHNOLOGY

97

Harrison HOEY

QLD

Kosmic/Vortex

Pacific KartSport, JT Motorsport

98

Lachlan SACCARDO

NSW

CRG/Vortex

CRG

99

Jacob PRESTIPINO

VIC

PCR/Vortex

Scuderia PCR Australia


KF2

FRIDAY 4:52pm - Qualifying 5:30pm - Top Five Shootout 6:43pm - Heat 1 (15 laps)

No. Name

SATURDAY 10:42am - Heat 2 (15 laps) 12:30pm - Heat 3 (15 laps)

3:10pm - Final 1 (25 laps) 6:45pm - Final 2 (25 laps)

1

Matthew WATERS

NSW

State

Kart/Engine Kosmic/IAME

Kosmic Racing Australia

Sponsors

3

Lucas WARD

QLD

Energy/IAME

Energy Corse Australia, JT Motorsport

4

Leigh NICOLAOU

VIC

Arrow/IAME

Shamick Racing, J&A Tuning

5

Scott SORENSEN

QLD

Arrow/IAME

Harrington Doyle Racing Arrow Karts

6

Jarryd EBZERY

QLD

Arrow/IAME

Harrington Doyle Racing Arrow Karts

7

Joshua SMITH

QLD

Kosmic/IAME

AMSF, Kosmic Racing Australia

10

Ben EDWARDS

SA

CRG/IAME

CRG & Lightning Karts

11

Nathan TIGANI

NSW

PCR/IAME

Scuderia PCR Australia

14 Aaron BORG NSW ART GP/IAME

ART GP Australia, HURST Racing Engines Petrol Eyewear, Replay XD

17

Troy LOESKOW

QLD

FA/IAME

Macadamia Direct

26

Harry HAYEK

NSW

Kosmic/IAME

Laing & Simmons Potts Point

84

Daniel EDMONDS

VIC

Kosmic/IAME

Kosmic Racing Aust, J&A

94

William HAWKES

VIC

Arrow/IAME

Arrow Karts, Shamick Racing, Collins

98

Adam WILLISON

VIC

Energy/IAME

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FRIDAY 5:07pm - Qualifying 5:36pm - Top Five Shootout 7:01pm - Heat 1 (15 laps)

No. Name

SATURDAY 11:00am - Heat 2 (15 laps) 12:48pm - Heat 3 (15 laps)

KZ2 3:38pm - Final 1 (25 laps) 7:20pm - Final 2 (25 laps)

1

Joey HANSSEN

VIC

State

Kart/Engine CRG/TM

Shamick Racing

Sponsors

2

Liam MCLELLAN

VIC

CRG/TM

Shamick Racing

3

Daniel CURREY

WA

Birel/IAME

Patrizicorse, Motul, Freem

4

Sam HOUSTON

QLD

Energy/TM

Energy Corse, Sam Houston Drafting

6

Troy BRETHERTON

QLD

Energy/TM

Pacific Kartsport, JT Motorsport

7

Matthew HUNT

VIC

CRG/TM

My Car Loan Hanssen Engines

10

Marijn KREMER

Netherlands Birel/IAME

Patrizicorse, Iame, Motul, Birel Motorsport

14

Jake COLEMAN

NSW

CRG

CRG Australia, SPF Construction

15

Matthew WALL

VIC

Energy/TM

Energy Corse, Kerbrider

20 Jordan FORD VIC VemmeKart/TM

VemmeKart Australia, Peter Ford Catering Diesel Developments, Dulux

22

Jason FAINT

QLD

Energy/TM

Energy, Two 4 Tuning

24

Harrison KNIGHT

NSW

Tony Kart/TM

Stable Karting

29

Hayden PATRIZI

WA

Birel/BMB

Patrizicorse, Motul, Freem, Bell Helmets

35

Jason PRINGLE

VIC

CRG/Modena

CRG Australia and Pro Karting

39

Kyle ENSBEY

QLD

Maranello/TM

IKD Race Department. Maranello,

42

John GROTHER

QLD

ART/TM

Saba Lawyers

43

Mason BARBERA

QLD

CRG/Modena

CRG Australia

47 Zane WYATT TAS Energy/TM

AWC Motorsport, Fortyseven Kart Tuning, CJ Marine & Karts

48

Daimon SHELTON

TAS

Energy/TM

Wurth, Motul, NBC

49

Jordie LINDSTROM

VIC

Formula K/LKE

GJ Gardner, Prokarting, Formula K

51

Brock PLUMB

QLD

Tony Kart/TM

Steel Services

55

Kurt KOSTECKI

WA

GP/TM

Alloysteel, Arcoplate

56

Michael SALLER

NSW

Energy/TM

MSP Shopfittings

60

Mathew ERDMANN

NSW

CRG/Modena

CRG, Parsons Engineering

62

Darren BURKE

WA

Formula K/TM

FMA Motorsport

64 Adam HUGHES VIC Formula K/IAME

JAM Racing, Core IT Solutions, Formula K Australia Freem Racewear, Remo Racing, IAME, FanFuel Racing Image

66

Peter RICHARDS

QLD

Kosmic/TM

75

Kel TRESEDER

QLD

Energy/TM

Kel’s Karts and Parts, JT Motorsport

91

Jaxon EVANS

QLD

Birel/TM

Birel Kartsport , N2C

95

Jake KLARICH

WA

CRG/TM

Super Rooster, Klarich Trannport

96

David SERA

VIC

Deadly/TM

DPE, J&A Tuning, KTEQ Rentals

97

Chris HAYS

QLD

Energy/TM

Energy Corse Australia


FRIDAY MARCH 28

Event Timetable

15:45 15:53 Qualifying 08 Min Rookies 15:58 16:06 Qualifying 08 Min Restricted 125 16:11 16:19 Qualifying 08 Min TaG 125 Light 16:24 16:32 Qualifying 08 Min TaG 125 Heavy 16:37 16:47 Qualifying 10 Min KF3 16:52 17:02 Qualifying 10 Min KF2 17:07 17:17 Qualifying 10 Min KZ2 17:22 17:25 Shootout 2 laps KF3 17:30 17:33 Shootout 2 laps KF2 17:36 17:39 Shootout 2 laps KZ2 17:39 17:59 Sun Break 20 Min 17:59 18:09 Heat One 10 laps TaG 125 Light 18:12 18:22 Heat One 10 laps TaG 125 Heavy 18:25 18:40 Heat One 15 laps KF3 18:43 18:58 Heat One 15 laps KF2 19:01 19:16 Heat One 15 laps KZ2

SATURDAY MARCH 29

9:30 9:41 Heat One 10 laps Rookies 9:44 9:55 Heat One 10 laps Restricted 125 9:58 10:08 Heat Two 10 laps TaG 125 Light 10:11 10:21 Heat Two 10 laps TaG 125 Heavy 10:24 10:39 Heat Two 15 laps KF3 10:42 10:57 Heat Two 15 laps KF2 11:00 11:15 Heat Two 15 laps KZ2 11:18 11:29 Heat Two 10 laps Rookies 11:32 11:43 Heat Two 10 laps Restricted 125 11:46 11:56 Heat Three 10 laps TaG 125 Light 11:59 12:09 Heat Three 10 laps TaG 125 Heavy 12:12 12:27 Heat Three 15 laps KF3 12:30 12:45 Heat Three 15 laps KF2 12:48 13:03 Heat Three 15 laps KZ2 13:03 13:30 Lunch Break 13:30 13:45 Pre-Final 14 laps Rookies 13:48 14:03 Pre-Final 16 laps Restricted 125 14:06 14:21 Pre-Final 16 laps TaG 125 Light 14:24 14:39 Pre-Final 16 laps TaG 125 Heavy 14:42 15:07 Final 1 25 laps KF3 15:10 15:35 Final 1 25 laps KF2 15:38 16:03 Final 1 25 laps KZ2 16:06 16:26 Final 18 laps Rookies 16:29 16:49 Final 20 laps Restricted 125 16:52 17:12 Final 20 laps TaG 125 Light 17:15 17:35 Final 20 laps TaG 125 Heavy 17:40 Presentations 18:00 18:10 Top Five Introduction KF3 18:10 18:35 Final 2 25 laps KF3 18:35 18:45 Top Five Introduction KF2 18:45 19:10 Final 2 25 laps KF2 19:10 19:20 Top Five Introduction KZ2 19:20 19:45 Final 2 25 laps KZ2 20:00 Presentations


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Red Bull Racing Australia Jamie Whincup Eastern Lions Kart Club VIC Holden Racing Team Garth Tander Tiger Kart Club WA Erebus Motorsport V8 Lee Holdsworth Ipswich Kart Club Qld Ford Pepsi Max Crew Mark Winterbottom Sydney Kart Racing Club NSW Ford Pepsi Max Crew Chaz Mostert Ipswich Kart Club QLD Jack Daniel’s Racing Todd Kelly Mildura Kart Club VIC Team BOC Jason Bright Gippsland Go-Kart Club VIC Erebus Motorsport V8 Will Davison Eastern Lions Kart Club VIC Lockwood Racing Fabian Coulthard Kartsport Hamilton NZ Jack Daniel’s Racing Rick Kelly Mildura Kart Club VIC Wilson Security Racing Scott Pye Mt Gambier Karting Club SA Wilson Security Racing David Wall North Shore Kart Club NSW Team Jeld-Wen Jack Perkins Go-Kart Club of Victoria VIC Team ADVAM/GB Dale Wood Oakleigh Go-Kart Racing Club VIC Holden Racing Team James Courtney Combined Districts Kart Club NSW Repair Management Russell Ingall Southern Go-Kart Club SA Valvoline Racing GRM Scott McLaughlin Kartsport Hamilton NZ Valvoline Racing GRM Robert Dahlgren SASAF Sweden Norton Hornets Michael Caruso Combined Districts Kart Club NSW Supercheap Auto Racing Tim Slade Southern Go-Kart Club SA The Bottle-O Racing Team David Reynolds Albury/Wodonga Kart Club VIC TEKNO V.I.P Petfoods Shane van Gisbergen Kartsport Auckland NZ Walkinshaw Racing Nick Percat Go-Kart Club of SA SA Norton Hornets James Moffat Go-Kart Club of Victoria VIC Red Bull Racing Australia Craig Lowndes Eastern Lions Kart Club VIC

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#RacingStartsHere

Karting is where the racing starts KART racing is considered by many to be a young person’s sport, however, it has been proven that it is also one that can be enjoyed by people of all ages – the young and the young at heart. The youngest drivers, in the Cadets category aged between 7 and 11 years, will reach speeds of up to 90 km/h. While karting for these kids is more about fun than winning championships the sport teaches them, both boys and girls, about car control long before they are able to obtain their road licence. Along with the skills they learn on the track, karting teaches these children a lot about being responsible for their own actions, respect for other competitors and is also an opportunity to bond with their families. For some of the younger generation, the sport can also provide a foundation as they aspire to build a motorsport career - a prime example of this is the fact that every V8 Supercar and Formula 1 driver on the grid in 2014 started their career in a gokart. While the sport can teach children many valuable lessons, age is no barrier when it comes to

kart racing with Karting Australia having active members well past sixty years of age. There are many categories to cater for a variety of age, weight and budget capacities within the Karting Australia. While the youngsters start out in the Cadet, Rookie or Junior National categories - depending on their age, senior drivers (over 16) have several options as an entry level category including Clubman, National and TaG Restricted. The TaG Restricted class has been the most popular entry-level category over the past few years. Drivers in this class compete aboard a kart powered by a restricted 125cc engine. This class was introduced to allow less experienced drivers to race electric start, water cooled engined karts at restricted performance and has proved to be a great way to introduce new people into the sport without the high levels of competitiveness experienced in some other categories. To get involved in the sport visit Karting Australia’s website www. karting.net.au to locate the details of your nearest club.


Championship Points CIK STARS OF KARTING CHAMPIONSHIP POINT SCORING SYSTEM (KZ2, KF2, KF3) QUALIFYING 5 Points awarded to the fastest qualifier after the top 5 shootout 4 Points awarded to the second fastest qualifier after the top 5 shootout 3 Points awarded to the third fastest qualifier after the top 5 shootout 2 Points awarded to the fourth fastest qualifier after the top 5 shootout 1 Points awarded to the fifth fastest qualifier after the top 5 shootout HEAT RACES 1st Place 2nd Place 3rd Place 4th Place 5th Place 6th place 7th Place

20 Points 19 Points 18 Points 17 Points 16 Points 15 Points 14 Points

8th Place 9th Place 10th Place 11th Place 12th Place 13th Place 14th Place

13 Points 12 Points 11 Points 10 Points 9 Points 8 Points 7 Points

15th Place 16th Place 17th Place 18th Place 19th Place 20th Place

6 Points 5 Points 4 Points 3 Points 2 Points 1 Point

FINALS 1st Place 2nd Place 3rd Place 4th Place 5th Place 6th place 7th Place 8th Place 9th Place

30 Points 27 Points 25 Points 23 Points 21 Points 20 Points 19 Points 18 Points 17 Points

10th Place 11th Place 12th Place 13th Place 14th Place 15th Place 16th Place 17th Place 18th Place

16 Points 15 Points 14 Points 13 Points 12 Points 11 Points 10 Points 9 Points 8 Points

19th Place 20th Place 21st Place 22nd Place 23rd Place 24th Place 25th Place

7 Points 6 Points 5 Points 4 Points 3 Points 2 Points 1 Point

TAG 125 AND ROOKIE CHALLENGE SERIES POINTS

Entrants will accumulate points at each round of the Series according to the following allocation from the Pre-Final and Final. 1st Place 2nd Place 3rd Place 4th Place 5th Place 6th place

25 Points 20 Points 18 Points 16 Points 14 Points 12 Points

7th Place 8th Place 9th Place 10th Place 11th Place 12th Place

11 Points 10 Points 9 Points 8 Points 7 Points 6 Points

13th Place 14th Place 15th Place 16th Place 17th Place

5 Points 4 Points 3 Points 2 Points 1 Point

2014 Schedule

Round 1 - March 28/29 (day/night) Ipswich, QLD 2013 Results KZ2 - Chris Hays (Energy/TM) KF2 - Luke Gabin (Lenzo/IAME) KF3 - Liam McLellan (OK1/Vortex)

Round 3 - June 14/15 Puckapunyal, Victoria 2013 Results (Geelong) KZ2 - Joey Hanssen (CRG/LKE) KF2 - P.Lehane (Redspeed/IAME) KF3 - Jake Klein (FA Kart/Vortex)

Round 2 - May 3/4 Bolivar, SA 2013 Results KZ2 - Joey Hanssen (Lenzo/LKE) KF2 - George Geranis (Kosmic/IAME) KF3 - Liam McLellan (OK1/Vortex)

Round 4 - July 26/27 Newcastle, New South Wales 2013 Results (Eastern Creek) KZ2 - Joey Hanssen (CRG/Modena) KF2 - Dimitri Agathos (Kosmic/IAME) KF3 - Will Hawkes (Arrow/Vortex)

Round 5 - September 20/21 Melbourne, Vic 2013 Results KZ2 - Chris Hays (Energy/TM) KF2 - Troy Loeskow (Kosmic/IAME) KF3 - Callum Walker (FK/Vortex)


2014 CIK Stars of Karting Championship Race Program - Round 1  

The official Race Program for the opening round of the 2014 CIK Stars of Karting Championship presented by Castrol EDGE

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