Karting (NSW) Inc is excited to release the second version of its competition Rules and Regulations, effective as from today, and announces further value for interstate karters as part of its rules re-vamp.
For karters living outside of New South Wales, KNSW has introduced a new Interstate Licence, allowing competitors to race in KNSW sanctioned events for only $50 per annum.
This means, interstate karters will have access to more cost-effective racing, the ability to race on the growing acclaimed MAXXIS® tyre, and access to an additional 18 KNSW Sanctioned tracks – naming only some of the benefits.
Competition Director Jon Mills says “We continue to look at ways to bring karters to New South Wales – listening to our members and those karters crossing borders to come and try racing with us. So far the feedback has been extremely positive.”
The current KNSW Event Licence will remain complimentary until 31 May 2019 – allowing entrants who pre-register for the Coffs Harbour Masters an even greater saving.
From 01 June 2019, KNSW Event Licences (for NSW residents) will be set at $55.00 per event, with the new KNSW Interstate Licence (for non-NSW residents) set at $50.00 for the year.
Version 2.0 of the Rules and Regulations also includes:-
• Full PDF Version of the Rule Book – condensed to use less bandwidth – with faster upload. The new format is compatible with all device + has clickable content links to take you directly to various sections
• Handbooks tailored for Enduro, Sprint, Speedway and Retro – download an easy to use handbook for the class you race
• Engine Specifications – now in one easy reference place
A summary of the key changes, together with the documents above will be located at
www.kartingnsw.com.au from 02 May 2019.
Once again, an outstanding effort from our Officials and Rules Committee Members! A special mention to Victor Maastricht and Steve Fisher for their ongoing support and dedication. Our volunteers rock!
Please contact the Karting NSW office on 02 4731 5000 for any further information.
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