C1 Speed GoKart Centre!
Albion Park NSW
Sunday 14th March 2021
C1 Speed is an Australian first, ecological system of Electric Indoor Karts that covers an area of 3,000 square meters, a style characterized by “techno” and futuristic content that makes it unique in its kind.
A true jewel in the Karting Industry the new multi-purpose Motorsport Centre is noted for its spectacular circuit designed, more than 400 meters of straights, chicanes and curves, inserted into a structure where you can experience the thrill of driving on the track.
The fleet consists of 40 current generation electric karts, much safer than petrol Karts and perform much better than traditional petrol engines.
COST TO MEMBERS: $58.50 per person for two karting sessions on the track and this included your licence that is valid for 12 months
HSV Go Kart Challenge
Which HSV Model has the fastest Go Kart Drivers?
Support your HSV model and join us at C1 Speed GoKart Centre Albion Park for the HSV Go Kart Challenge!
Your entry will include 2 x 18 lap sessions plus a 12 month C1 speed license.
Lunch is at your leisure. You can choose to get lunch from the on site cafe or from any of the many eatery options nearby in Albion Park.
Spectators are free.
Meeting Point 1 – Peter Brock Drive
We will have a nice late start and meet at Peter Brock Drive at 8:15am
Drivers briefing 8:30 am
Leave Meeting point 1 – 8:45 am
Then will head along M4 then onto the M7 and the Hume Highway towards Picton Road. Then we will take Picton Road Exit and head along Picton Road.
Meeting Point 2 – Picton Road
Arrive at Second Meeting point – 9:45 am
Rest Stop 9kms from the Hume Motorway down Picton Road on the left-hand side at Wilton
Keep UHF radios tuned to Channel 18 to hear as convoy approaches.
Leave Second Meeting Point 10:00 am
Continue along Picton Road, drive from Picton Rd to the M1 and Princes Hwy/A1 to Albion Park.
Meeting Point 3 – C1 Speed
Meet the group at C1 Speed, Albion Park
Arrive at 11:00 am
Race Requirements & Minimum Age
Please Note: Unfortunately we do not have any dual karts.
The lap count is based on lead racer. Laps are timed, if you crash repeatedly or drive poorly, your laps will be cut so the next groups schedule is not late.
A Junior rider needs to be 10 years old and 140cm tall to reach the pedals & see over the steering wheel. This includes having the pedals adjusted right back and a seat insert installed.
A junior racer is classed between the ages of 10 & 16 years old.
REMEMBER a junior race is 20 laps or 10 minutes, whichever comes first.
You must have a C1 Speed Race License established before racing.
C1 Speed Online Brochure and Information: http://www.c1speed.com.au/downloads/get.aspx?i=297715