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PRESTON HIRE RACING BREAK THE MAVERICK STREAK AT GRENFELL

Round 4 of the 2019 TEKA Championship took us to new territory, a small country town known by locals as Grenfell, however now known to TEKA as that place with the hidden gem of kart racing circuits.

Tight, bumpy, uncompromising and full of challenges but leaving drivers smiling from ear to ear. Nailing a good lap around this place is extremely rewarding. The facilities are amazing, including the huge covered outgrid which is perfect for endurance racing.

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Dubbo Round Report

Forget the ZOO the Endurance State Titles are on!

One of the biggest events in the history of Endurance Karting took place on the weekend of the 18th & 19th May!

Dubbo Kart Club welcomed The Endurance Karting Association (TEKA) and Four Stroke Karting Association (4SKA) for Round 3 of their respective Championships! What was particularly unique about this event was that although racing separately both Endurance Series’ would host their very first State Title Event.

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Maverick make it Two to start 2019

T’was the day before Canberra, and all through the track not a go kart was stirring, not even a junior. The tyres were stacked in the pits with care…… Whoa, hang on scrap that!

Saturday at Canberra was the biggest practice day I think TEKA had ever seen, especially for round 2.
Of the 29 kart field, the biggest ever for the yearly trek to the Nation’s Capital, 26 karts were there for “unofficial” practice. All finessing set ups and going for early quick time bragging rights, even though no one was admitting to anything.

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Big Grids, Bang for Buck in Endurance Karting

Endurance Karters do it longer, and the numbers really do stack up.

There are two clubs that run their events under the Karting New South Wales banner, and both are enjoying healthy grid numbers and having outstanding success.

For both clubs, the Briggs & Stratton package is the engine of choice, and whilst there are slight technical differences between them, both clubs utilise pretty much the same power plant.

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