Night Lights Ready At Mildura
A state-of-the-art track lighting system will be used for the Saturday night racing component of the North West Victorian Titles (incorporating C & D Grade Series) at Mildura on the Queen's Birthday long weekend, June 12-13.
"In line with the club’s ongoing commitment to improving the facilities available to members and visitors, a state of the art lighting system has been installed" the club informed KartSportNews. The first meeting under lights was held in January this year.
Mildura's 800 meter layout is based upon the original circuit with an extension. The race surface is 8 metres wide throughout the lap and the the facility meets all the current requirements regarding safety, fencing, access, spectator barriers and speed traps.
The track is designed to be a fast flowing circuit with sufficient camber and curves to facilitate numerous passing opportunities, making it enjoyable for drivers and spectators alike. Grassed spectator mounds are available to compliment the extensive spectator viewing opportunities on all sides of the track.
There is a rich history for the North West Victorian Titles. The event has been held at Mildura every year since 1972, making this year's edition the 38th running. It is one of the longest running events in the state.
This year's Titles will also incorporate the James Harwood Homes and Mirage Developments C & D Grade Series.
Racing will start at 3:15pm on Saturday and continuing under lights Saturday night.
Supp Regs with more details can be downloaded from www.mildurakartclub.com.au/Downloads.aspx.
Entries can be submitted via the club website HERE then clicking the Online Registration button on the NorthWest Titles section (current entries can also be found here). If you enter your email address along with your other details, completed entry and scrutineering forms will be emailed back to you.
Entries can also be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
or posted to:
MILDURA KART CLUB
Further information can be obtained by contacting the Secretary on 03 5022 0917 or 0417 376 145.