To Become a Member please
Download the membership form and choose the appropriate membership here…
Fill in the form, scan then email to —- Andrew Jericho —-
or post back to PO Box 437 Murray Bridge SA 5253
(please be aware that the post will be a slower process as the mail box will only be checked periodically)
Once you have made your choice and completed the form please deposit fees into the account below…
Please when making payments via EFT put your Name /Surname
2016/17 Memberships available
Join in: 2016/17 for 1 year (from Jan to June 2017 — $135 inc 1 key )
Family Membership(A) $225.00 (inc. one Key)
Family Membership(B) $275.00 (inc. one Key)
Single Membership $225.00 (inc. Key)
Social Membership $ 10.00
Non-member track fee. On application to Club
Go Kart Club of SA
Acc 287 335 640
Types of Memberships Available
FAMILY MEMBERSHIP (A)
Up to 2 adult partners and dependants under the age of 17 years residing at the same address who compete at sanctioned race meetings, after making application is hereinafter provided (entitled to one (1) vote per adult member).
We can and do recognise that there are family situations other than what is listed above. If in doubt please ask
FAMILY MEMBERSHIP (B)
Up to 2 adult partners and dependants over the age of 17 years residing at the same address who compete at sanctioned race meetings, after making application is hereinafter provided (entitled to one (1) vote per adult member).
The fee for this type of membership will be $275.00 for 12 months so a considerable saving over what was previously offered.
We can and do recognise that there are family situations other than what is listed above. If in doubt please ask.
Any person 17 years or over, who competes at sanctioned race meetings may become a Racing Single Member of the Club upon making application is hereinafter provided (entitled to one (1) vote per membership).
Any person who wishes to be involved with the Club as a Social Member upon making application is hereinafter provided (entitled to (1) vote if the social member holds a position on the Committee or an Official position).
For members who use the tracks facilities for recreational driving (non competition) will be required to hold a ‘E Grade race licence. This must be with you at all times when using the track facilities and produced when requested by officials of the Club.
Please note that all club officials are volunteers and therefore it is sometimes not possible to process your application for two weeks.
MEMBERSHIPS runs from 1st July — June 30th
Next is to fill out and pay for the licence form which can be found here… http://www.kartingsa.com.au/apply-for-licence/
Licence costs and type are below
New Racing Licenses
Full New Licence: $280.00 inc. GST
Renewal: $260.00 inc. GST
Practice Licence: $180.00 inc. GST
Vintage Licence: $60.00 inc. GST
Pit Crew Licence: $15.00 inc. GST –
Every member who uses a kart at the Go Kart Club of SA must be the holder of a current licence. Licences are issued by the AKA State Secretary.
The AKA Karting Manual (rule book) is issued with your licence by the State Secretary.
All drivers must purchase their own AMB timing transponder to be scored when racing. Cost is $360 each including 240v charger
NOTE Members whose licence’s have expired and do not renew within 30 days will be asked to return their track key. New members will be issued a key on completion of an observed licence test (OLT.) Theory pages for OLT downloads below and booking form…
OLT Officers – for club inductions
Please Insert your details in the comments section and submit this will generate an email booking for OLTs.
Safety When using the track, it is the member’s responsibility to check that all safety tyre barriers are in place before and after driving their karts, and please place all rubbish in bins provided. Your assistance is required to ensure a cleaner track for all members. All karts must comply with the AKA rule book. e.g. have side pods and air box, silencers etc. All drivers must wear protective clothing as per AKA Rule book, which includes helmet, gloves, driving suit and footwear covering the ankle. Rules are displayed in the pit area and at the front gate, and must be followed at all times. No work, chain lubrication or refuelling is to be carried out on the bitumen. All non drivers on the track shall be behind safety barriers and must wear a fluro safety vest if the enter the track area. All traffic movement in the pit area shall be a registered vehicle and travel at a maximum of 10Kph (Club maintenance equipment excluded).Track disputes If there is a conflict with other drivers please record kart numbers and car registrations and report details to the Club. All karts using AKA approved tracks shall have a kart number.
GKCSA club and track rules club_and_track_rules_2014_ver_1.2
The 2016 Karting Australia Manual