• These rules supersede all previous KSHB club championship rules
  •  To be considered an ‘eligible driver’ in respect to the club championships you must:
    • Be a fully paid up member of Kartsport Hawke’s Bay throughout the club championship
    • Have competed in a minimum of 6 rounds of the club championship without being disqualified from those rounds.
  • Club championships will be held in the following classes:
    • Cadet-Rok
    • Mini-Rok
    • Rotax Max Junior
    • Clubsport 120
    • Briggs & Stratton
    • Rotax Max Senior – Light
    • Rotax Max Senior – Heavy
    • Open
  • There will be 2 club championships in each class:
    • Sprint champion
    • GP champion
  • The club championships will be run over 7 rounds on the following club days in the nominated race direction:
    • Round 1             25 February                     Anti-Clockwise
    • Round 2             25th March                       Clockwise
    • Round 3             29th April                          Anti-Clockwise
    • Round 4             27th May                           Clockwise
    • Round 5             29th July                           Clockwise
    • Round 6             30th September               Anti-Clockwise
    • Round 7             25th November                Clockwise
  • The senior classes will combine for their G.P. race but still compete for their individual class G.P. championship
  • Championship points for each round will be awarded by way of Standard KSNZ negative point system e.g.
    •  1st place = 1 point
    • 2nd place = 2 points
    • 3rd place = 3 points
    • etc
    • Non-participation in a round = field plus 5 points
    • Disqualification from the round = field plus 5 points
    • Non-KSHB members will be ignored in the points allocation for the purposes of the club championship

Club Championship Rules Continued

  • Each eligible driver is allowed to drop their worst (highest points) round, this includes one non-participation round but not a round where the eligible driver received a disqualification from the round.
  • Each eligible driver will be allocated points in 6 rounds of the championship, this includes a maximum of 1 non – competition or DQ round.
  • The eligible driver who has accumulated the lowest number of points over their best 6 rounds of the club championships will be the winner of each championship and be acknowledged as the ‘club champion’ in that class in either the sprint or G.P. championship. 2nd place will be the eligible driver who has the next lowest number of points etc
  • Ties will be determined using KSNZ rules.
  • Trophies for each confirmed class will go down to 3rd place, but the committee retains the right to award trophies down to sixth place for Junior Classes where it sees fit. Please see Trophy page.
  • The race day format will be:
    • Sprint Championship (first 6 rounds except November CIK round)
      • 5 heats. 4 heats of predetermined grid draws, 5th heat grid to be based on results in the previous 4 heats. Drop your worst heat
    • Sprint Championship November (round 7) will be CIK format and Points awarded based on the Final only
      • 1 x 10 minutes Qualifying heat, 2 heats with points to determine final grid, Final
    • GP championship: Random grid draws.
  • In all championship heat formats ‘X’ plated drivers are to start from the rear of the filed
  • The number of laps for sprint races are to be determined on the day, depending on class sizes and the time available.
  • G.P. races in each round will be the sprint race length for that round plus up to 6 laps as time allows.

The Club Championship Prize Giving & the Xmas function will be held following the completion of the final round on the 25th November. All members, officials, sponsors and families are warmly encouraged to attend.



As we are all aware Tyres can be an expensive part of Karting.

If any particular class is in full agreement, they may at their own discretion implement their own tyre policy over the Club Championship series.

For Example if  Junior Rotax Max unaminously wish to restrict the number of sets of tyres over the 7 rounds then it is up to them to set and police their own policy. There will be no recourse on the committee to any disputes.