Last Updated July 31 2016. 




40th Presentation Night:

The Club Series for 2016 ended earlier this year to coincide with the Club's Forty year anniversary.


The following awards and Championships were presented:


Appreciation Awards:


Ally Duckworth, Elaine Fultiak, Darren Tyler, Scott Appledore, Jarrod Lethborg, Mike McCrudden and John Mason.


Club Person of the Year:


Rolf Greve


Rookie of the Year:


Ivo Baldari.


Life Membership:


John Bakker, Rolf Greve and Mike Mc Crudden.


Class Champions:


250 International:


Third: Anton Stevens 82 points

Second: Brendan Luneman 90 Points

First: Jamie MacDonald 358 points


250 National


Third: Raff Pironti 175 points

Second: Scott Appledore 185 points

First: Tyler Williams 354 points


125 Gearbox


Third: David Byrne 144 points

Second: Todd Gardner 266 points

First: Jarrod Lethborg 284 points


Stock Honda


Third: Tim Clarke 285 points

Second: Justin Ford 380 points

First: Nathan Pryor 404 points



NGB Light:


Third: Brayden Bailey 295 points

Second: Sanjua Perrera 310 points

First: Russ Occhilpinti 422 points



Third: Dave Murphy 300 points

Second: Rod Clarke 328 points

First: Jarrod Sanfillipo 362 points



Driver of the year (Highest overall points)


Jarrod Sanfillipo.


The Club would also like to thank it's sponsors their generous support.


Network Press, McKern Steel, Woodgate Racing, IDB Developments, Door to Door Hire Kensington and Oz Design Nunawading.



Entry form out NOW.



Don’t miss this one!

After lengthy discussions with competitors in every state it became abundantly clear that the drivers wanted a National Title for all classes at the one event, at an affordable price. The Superkart Clubs held discussions last year and decided to expand on the already successful “NGB Nationals” that they had run for many years and that in 2016 it would include all classes.

The Nationals will be held in August at the Phillip Island Grand Prix circuit which is arguably Australia’s best Motorsport facility over a single weekend, which will be the first time in 10 years that the 250s will race by themselves without other classes on track. The same goes for the 125 and Non Gearbox classes.

“The sport via communication with their clubs wanted to go back to an event that showcases all the classes we offer and has them all racing together at the same event,” said one of the event organisers. “This way we get to watch the other class’s race, something that couldn’t be done in the past with the split series and combined races.”

The sport could see that with the increasing costs and dwindling numbers at other premium events it was time to take a step back and regroup so as to bring the sport back as one.

The Nationals will be run over the weekend of August 20 & 21. The entry fee will be kept under $450.00 and includes a pit lane garage space plus entry to the now famous “Drivers Lounge” for catering all weekend for the drivers. All classes will be racing for the coveted number one and this will be the biggest single gathering of Superkarts in years. The event will be run under a Cams permit.

This National event should not be confused with the 3 round series being run by SKA, a private company running its own events. This single weekend Nationals is put together by the Superkart Clubs for their members.

A naming rights sponsor is due to be announced very soon and more details will be published as they come to hand.

The organisers of this event are looking forward to seeing everybody at Phillip Island in August for great time and some serious racing as well.


Download the event regulations HERE.


2016 a year for celebration.


On July 9th  the Victorian Superkart Club will celebrate it’s 40th year.

The Club was formed very early in 1976 under the auspices of the Victorian Karting Association. At the time it was known as the VKA Road Race Division with its roots being at the Corio track just outside of Geelong.

During this period the club also raced at Brooklyn, Mac Park in Mount Gambier, Winton, Calder, Broadford, Adelaide International Raceway (A.I.R.) and others often sharing meetings with Motorcycle clubs.

In February of 1984 the club changed its name to the Victorian Superkart Division, then on July 9 of 1986 registered itself as the Victorian Superkart Club Inc. We affiliated with CAMS during that same year. 

Over the years we’ve had seven Presidents and have lay claim to over Fifty National Champions.


We wish to thank our members for their support and especially the many committee members and volunteers who over the last Forty Years who have given of their time in this exciting form of Motorsport.


The club looks forward to continuing its rich tradition of fostering Champions and by offering it’s members the most affordable racing at the best circuits our country can offer.


The club will celebrate this momentous  occasion in style at a Gala dinner on July 30th.



We thank the following Sponsors:


250 cc Classes



125cc Gearbox:


Stock Honda:



Non Gearbox Light:



Non Gearbox Heavy:






Round Five results.

The results have now been posted, head over to our results page.




2016 Membership form

Click here



Vic Superkarts T.V.

Rather than having a page of static superkarts displayed on our Photo's page we have added a link to our

YOU TUBE channel.

This page has been set up so our club members can upload on board videos of Superkarts racing for you to watch.

Head over for a look, and video's are always being updated.








For some great video footage of racing by members of the Victorian Club take the link's below.


Video by James Hamilton.


Other on board video's taken from Craig Edwards Stock Honda can be viewed by taking this link.



So what's it like?

Take this link to get a drivers eye view of racing a Rotax kart at Calder Park.


Getting set up in one of these will set you back around $5,000.00. (Used, and usually with all the parts you need)

You will not find a more affordable way of getting into Motorsport.






More Superkart Video's


 Ride on board looking over the shoulder of Greg Bass driving a 250cc International kart at Australia premier race circuits.



Here are some of the viewer comments:

Wow those things are fast...Great footage man...Love those dual carbs. 

Great footage, You guys are hardcore racers. All respect to you. I think Superkarts are the heaviest form of racing. Even more so then F1's. 

Bass rocks!!
It's scary just watching it - great footage.
Yep those carbies add to the effect.
Keep up the good work guys