Simone Mills (no 25) and Logan Hill (No 51) will compete this weekend.
Simone Mills (no 25) and Logan Hill (No 51) will compete this weekend.

Championship day at kart track



THE coveted club championship goes on the line today when the Gladstone Kart Club stages its final race meet of the year at the Formula K track.

While a number of individual class championship titles will be up for grabs, it is the race for the overall club honours which will cause the most interest.

There is little separating the front-runners for the championship with results at today's day/night meeting to decide the issue.

A large field of competitors are expected to be in action for the final race of the year with the club's next meet not being staged until February.

With Gladstone hosting next year's state titles, offi-cials will have a busy 2005 with out-of-town competitors expected to be regular visitors to club meets.

Club officials are also excited about the successful launch of the club's first website.

Kart racers and fans will be able to check out race results, club news, 2005 competition calendar and The Observer picture of the month by visiting www.gladstonekartclub.com.

Today's racing starts at 3pm and entry is free for spectators with bar and canteen facilities operating throughout the day.



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