Karting Australia has published the first edition of its quarterly e-zine – Full Throttle.
The publication has been designed as a part of the continued push to provide more resources and information to Clubs, licence holders and members of the karting industry.
Full Throttle will become a quarterly staple of Australian karting that will allow Karting Australia to highlight the sport from the very grassroots right to the top level in Australia. Coming off the launch of the Building Better Kart Clubs Portal in the recent days, Full Throttle incorporates a feature on the resources available to Clubs contained within the site.
Also contained is information on the upcoming SP Tools Junior Sprockets program, a wrap of the State Championship events and features on the Ricciardo Kart and recently homologated Torini Engines.
“Within Full Throttle we want to bring competitors to the fore, along with giving the industry and our clubs the chance to highlight the great work they are doing within their communities and for our sport,” said Karting Australia Chairman Mick Doohan.
“Along with the information about the on-track action we’ll also bring you an insight into our hard working officials that volunteer each and every weekend of the year to make sure the race meetings run smoothly. Graham and Nancy Castledine are our first featured ‘Weekend Heroes’.
“Full Throttle has been designed to cater for everyone in the karting industry. To make it an even bigger success it will involve the Australian karting community pulling together and thinking about what it is doing that can be highlighted by the magazine. We want to incorporate news and information from all parts of the country.”
The first edition of Full Throttle can be viewed here.