ATTENTION 2 STROKE KARTERS Note from Eastern Creek KartsHERE
ONE FREE PRACTICE If you are a member and have 8 Dunlop SL1 tyres in good condition then Eastern Creek Karts will give you one free practice. Non members if you have 12 Dunlop SL1 Tyres you will get one free practice. Please see Ben Rollo Thursday - Monday between 9am - 2.30pm.
ATTENTION NO FUEL DUMPING AT EASTERN CREEK It has come to our attention that last race meeting someone had dumped fuel in one of the garbage bins at the track. Fuel dumping is not tolerated at the track please be aware that offenders will be expelled from the track.
NEXT COMMITTEE MEETING TO BE HELD ON THURSDAY 27th JUNE, 2013
AT EASTERN CREEK @ 6.30pm
NOTICE FROM EASTERN CREEK KARTS
We have collected so many tyres that we have no more storage room for them.
Could you please inform the committee and all karters not to leave anymore tyres over the 2stroke side. NSKC or karters will be responsible for tyre removal from now on. We will inform you once our stock pile runs low again.
Karters can still collect a gift voucher for handing in the SL1 slicks.
NEXT RACE MEETING
Club Championship Round 4
7th July, 2013
Classes to be run
Junior National Heavy
Senior National/Over 40's
Junior National Light
Tag 125 Light/Heavy
Tag Restricted Light
Tag Restricted Heavy/Over 40's
SUPPLEMENTRY REGULATIONS Coming soon
IF ANYONE IS AVAILABLE TO HELP BELINDA IN THE CANTEEN PLEASE CONTACT HER ON 0417 294 290 OR YOU CAN EMAIL HER AT email@example.com .SHE WILL BE ORGANISING A ROSTER SO IF YOU CAN ONLY WORK HALF DAY THEN THAT WOULD BE GREAT & YOU WILL STILL EARN HALF BONUS POINTS
Tag Restricted Light & Heavy
Will be doing timed qualifying at every Club Championship Round in 2013
DRIVER PROFILE MOVED TO GALLERIES PAGE
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North Shore Kart Club was formed in 1993.
The intention of its founders was to promote karting in the Sydney metropolitan area by building a karting facility close to the population centre. Within a couple of years this had been realised, through a commercial facility built at Eastern Creek.
Soon after it was completed, North Shore Kart Club commenced using the Eastern Creek facility for monthly race meetings. The combination of an arrive-and-drive commercial facility incorporating a kart shop, 7 day a week 2-stroke practice and regular 2-stroke race meetings in the centre of the metropolitan area saw a large number of new karters join the sport.