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The AKA has started a new Program/Class called the KIDS program witch will be for 5-7 year olds.  Check it out Below!
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Australia has won the Nations Cup at the ROK International Cup at the South Garda circuit in Italy.
Each nation was required to nominate two entrants towards the coveted Nations Cup. Andrew Khal and Cody Gillis were the chosen two and they secured the silverware!
This was an exceptional effort and means Australia won the Nations Cup at the Rok International at its first attempt.

it was around 22 degress and cloudy for the Aussie team’s final day of racing. They all fronted the early morning 5-minute warm up, with the exception of Chris Sandrone who opted to sit the session out to rest a niggling rib injury.  
In the first remaining two Junior Rok heats, Andrew Kahl came home 3rd with the fastest time in the heat by well over 0.1 of a second. Kurt Kosteki unfortunately DNF’d the heat which meant he would miss out in the Rok Cup final by a single point.
Next up was Chris Sandrone’s last heat in which he managed to come home 5th after being up as high as 2nd.  
First up in the finals was Jack Bell starting the T-Kart Mini Rok final in 11th.  Jack quickly set about working his way through the field to battle for the lead for the remaining 4 laps to come home second, missing out on first by just 0.33sec.
Next up was Kurt Kosteki starting from pole in the Bridgestone final. Kurt quickly took a comanding lead to win by over 2.8 secs. 

In the Junior Rok final, Andrew Kahl started of 4th with Chris Sandrone off 8th and Cody Gillis off 22nd. Andrew recovered from some kart contact at the start that set him back several positions. Despite this, he worked his way back to come home 4th setting the second fastest time just .020 seconds behind winner Italian Leonnardo Pulcini.
Chris Sandrone had a luckless race, relegated back after a first corner incident to eventualy DNF after a late race incident.  Cody Gillis had a barn storming run from 22nd to finish 8th which was the final podium position.  
Travis Millar started the Super Rok class final 17th, only to have another kart drive over his kart on the first corner. Fortunately, apart from some cuts on his hands, Travis escaped injury, however kart damage meant his campaign ended early.
Finally, the “Australian” Team at the Rok International Final wish to thank again Greg Smith from Tonykart Australia, Mark Rottenbury and Adam Hunter from Karting World, Matt Greenbury from G Force Karting and all the Mum’s and Dad’s.
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 Roy Campbell had his trailer, kart and all his equipment stolen last Wednesday night in Brisbane.
Keep an eye out for these items (below) and contact Roy if you have any information.


Roy Campbell
Mobile: 0449977645
roylcampbell@gmail.com
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August races at Toowoomba: Rookies
Cameron Shields had a day to remember with 4 wins, Zak Hudson having his first meet in rookies was closing the gap in 2nd.  Nick James rounded out the podium after battles with Lachlan Paech, Will Bruce, Nathan Gallagher, Liam Thompson, Layton Smith & Jackson Smith.
1 st  #73 Cameron Shields        2nd  #18 Zak Hudson              3rd #20 Nicholas James
Junior National Light
Tyson Iseppi showed best speed with Will Brown closing in followed by Jack Smith and Hunter NcElrea. Greg Gallagher suffered a trying day.
1st   #81 Tyson Iseppi               2nd  #31 Will Brown                3rd #8 Jack Smith
Junior National Heavy
1st  #76 Dean Wiegman
Junior Max
Eight entries saw some high powered junior action and plenty of good racing.
1st # 7 Nicholas Andrews        2nd  #23 Lachlan McHugh       3rd  #33 Matt Jones
Senior Nat Pro
1st #93 Trent Harders
Clubman Light
Hynes, Chardon, McGlinn, Nathan Politch, Andrew Walker and Niel Schimke had plenty of scraps throughout the 4 heats.
1st  #49 Scott Hynes                2nd  #16 Brody Chardon         3rd  #12 Kyle McGlinn
Clubman Heavy
With the Over 40’s drivers opting to nominate in Clubman Heavy, this field was the biggest of the day and provided plenty of action with youngun Chris Williams taking 4 wins from a variety of 2nd place finishes including Bruce Turpin and David Bossons with Kevin Cosser, Andrew Paech, Tony Knight, Greg Cooper, Steve Ryan, William Feldham & Terry Sheedy all sharing a multitude of results.
1st  #3 Chris Williams  2nd  #68 Bruce Turpin            3rd   #5 David Bossons
TAG 125 @ 175kg
1st  #69 Steven Lintott                        2nd  #33 Scott Goldman          3rd  #48 Peter Bossons           
Tag Res Light
1st  #36 Nicholas Sieczkowski2nd  #73 Richard Sidney          3rd  # 6 Graham Hall
Tag Res Heavy
1st  #72 Mark Keilar                2nd  #84 Andrew Galbraith
Next Event:  Carnival of Flowers with on track and static Vintage kart demos, practice Saturday 15th September and racing at 8 am Sunday 16th. Camping and on site facilities available
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a couple of photo's from Ipswitch with the X2
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The CIK Stars of Karting is going to be on Television!  it will broadcast September 22nd/23rd and will be on the channel SPEED.   More details here: http://www.kartsportnews.com/content/2012/news_120814-1.html
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the new Arrow X2 is out,what do u think of it?
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