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3 - Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Canberra Kart Racing Club president Bruce Chancellor looks to the future.
Photo: Graham Tidy
World-class kart track
planned for the capital
Plans for a world-class kart racing track for
Canberra are under way.
A development application from the Canberra
Kart Racing Club is with the ACT Planning and
Land Authority for a $2.81 million upgrade to
their Fairbairn facility.
Canberra Kart Racing Club president Bruce
Chancellor said they were proposing an
international standard kart racing facility for the
nation s capital.
The upgrade would allow the club to host
world-class competition events through to club
Mr Chancellor said Canberra was ideally
located for an international standard kart-racing
He said it was a central point on the eastern
seaboard with a major airport down the road,
five-star accommodation within a 20-minute
drive from the track and a range of dining
"An upgraded facility able to host larger
events would attract large-style race meetings,
Mr Chancellor said.
"This would attract more people into
Canberra and, with the correct marketing, attract
more local residents to consider karting as a
sport to become involved with."
The plans map out major upgrades across a
number of phases. Approval of the plans will
clear the way for funding.
"This needed to be completed so we could
apply for funding to at least begin the first of
three proposed stages of the track upgrades,
Mr Chancellor said.
"If the funding is available, stages two and
three can also begin as they are a part of the
same development application for the track part
of the upgrade."
There are also plans for a new club building
to house an equipment storage area, amenities,
kitchen, race officials rooms and a spectator
viewing area overlooking the track.
While the timeframe for the upgraded facility
is contingent on securing major funding, it is
hoped that upgrades can begin sooner rather
"The beauty of the design is that regardless of
new track works, racing can continue on the
existing facility with minimal disruption, Mr
The club has about 220 members with
numbers growing in the past 18 months.
Mr Chancellor said once the development
application was approved they would start
applying for funding through the sport s
national body along with local and federal
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