VINTAGE & HISTORIC KARTS OF AUSTRALIA.
Welcome to a site dedicated to the "SPIRITED" DEMONSTRATION & RESTORATION of VINTAGE & HISTORIC KARTS of our past.
Vintage Event Dates for 2021
2021 Planned meetings, see confirmed dates below
(CKC members welcome plus all Vintage Karters)
We have had it confirmed!!! (Covid permitting) that we can run our XMAS Function Bbq & PRACTICE on the
27th of November 2021 at the CDKC Lithgow track.
So all you guys that have been busting for a practice run this is the one to go to, plus Santa will be there & a BBQ is on.
Get those Victa’s & McCullochs out along with the Rotaries, Yamaha’s Ect & give them a go.
Normal Practice Fee sign on $50.00 payable to VHKA to help pay for the function.
We need 10-20 entrants if possible “so get them out”
This includes all you CKC guys/gals.
NOVEMBER 6th-7th-8th: NUMERKAH GRAND NATIONALS (Goulburn Valley Club)
Phil Poat in his Dragon Twin with McCullochh MC91's. It was so light he could pick it up by himself & put it on his roofrack.
EXTRACT FROM THE KNSW RULEBOOK FOR A KART TO BE ELIGIBLE AS A VINTAGE KART. READ THE FULL SET OF RULES ON THE KARTING NSW WEBPAGE.
The Vintage Classes in Karting are used to preserve, promote, monitor, co-ordinate and regulate Vintage and Historic Karting and its related activities.
The definitions of Vintage/Historic Karts are specified within these Regulations.
Generally, racing of Vintage/Historic Karts is not permitted, however Time Trials as defined within these Regulations are allowed.
Must hold either a:
KNSW Senior Licence; or
KNSW Vintage Licence.
V.2 Kart Registration V.2.1 Registration Application
All Vintage/historic karts must be registered.
To be eligible for registration, a Vintage / Historic Kart and engines must be either:
An original restoration;
A faithful replica of an original.
The validity of a Kart to be registered will be made by the VHKA Technical committee.
The onus of proof will be always with the applicant, who will complete the required application form (available from VHKA or KNSW) and pay the designated fee.
The application form must be accompanied by at least 4 photographs of the Kart. As a Minimum, one frontal photo, one of each side, and one from the back. Photos must be clear enough to identify the features of the Kart.
V.2.2 Registration & Logbook
Upon acceptance of an application:
a) A registration sticker for the Kart will be issued:
„h Which is to be affixed to the frame of the Kart and must remain affixed to the Kart at all times as proof of registration.
b) A Log Book will be issued:
„h Which will clearly identify the Kart, and contain the 4 photos as described in rule
V.2.1, as well as the registration number, the model, the Year, and the relevant
Class or Classes of the Kart.
„h Any alterations to the Kart must be advised to the committee for approval and
„h Different motors may be used on a Log Booked Kart, providing that they are from
the same ERA and are acceptable to the Scrutineer.
„h The Log Book should always remain with the Kart, and should be transferred to the
new owner via the VHKA Registration committee.
„h A Kart can only be driven on the track, if specifications and appearance match the
issued Log Book.
c) The following fees will apply and be payable to the VHKA:
„h A Log Book Administration fee.
„h A transfer to another owner fee.
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The following are the current Vintage/Historic Class names & specifications:
Vintage ERA 1: Pre 1963 Karts and Engines of the same ERA
Vintage ERA 2: 1964 – 1969 Karts and Engines of the same ERA
Vintage ERA 3: 1970 – 1980 Karts and Engines of the same ERA
Vintage ERA 4: 1981 – 1991 Karts and Engines of the same ERA
Vintage ERA 5: 1992 – 2000 Karts and Engines of the same ERA
New member Chris could barely believe his Yamaha Twins nearly got blown off by a 1964 set of McCulloch Twins driven by a 72 year old!!!!! AND the Macca's were stock!!!