KARTSPORT CANADA

2021 National Number Registry

 

KartStars Canada is creating a National number registry that all clubs and regions can rely on. For karters that strictly race in local club competitions, a race number will still be reserved by your home club with no further action necessary. For those looking to compete outside of their home club and in larger provincial and national events please fill out and submit the form below. By doing so, the registry will act as a National number guide for the upcoming season. Please note your selected number should match your Club number when possible. Be sure to choose a number within the range allowed for your particular class. Please note 2020 KartSport Canada numbers will be reserved until December 1st, 2020 giving the drivers who held those numbers in 2020 the first right of refusal. After December 1st, numbers will be assigned first come first serve. Use the buttons below to view the form and the updated registry.

2021 National Rules and Regulations

 

Industry leaders have worked hard creating a National Rule Set. The rule set will act as a standard for tracks across the country, with supplemental regulations then being produced by individual clubs to meet their specific needs, as always.

 

Please check this section regularly for updates and bulletins, which should be printed and included with your complete Rules and Regulations.

 

2021 Kartsport Canada Sporting Regulations (Book 1) – Posted 03.17.21

2021 Kartsport Canada Technical Regulations (Book 2) – Posted 03.17.21

2021 Briggs & Stratton Technical Regulations – Posted 03.17.21

2021 Vortex – Mini Rok Technical Regulations – Posted 03.17.21

2021 Vortex – Rok Junior Technical Regulations – Posted 03.17.21

2021 Vortex – Rok Senior Technical Regulations – Posted 03.17.21

2021 Vortex – VLR Masters Technical Regulations – Posted 03.17.21

2021 Vortex – Rok Shifter/Masters Technical Regulations – Posted 03.17.21