About the Adelaide Superkart Club


2019 Membership Fees

Full Membership $185
Junior Membership - No Charge
Family Membership $230
New Members - No Charge


About ASC - Trophies/Awards

Superkarting in South Australia is run by the Adelaide Superkart Club Inc. which is affiliated with CAMS (Confederation of Australian Motorsport) and is conducted in a strictly controlled environment.
The club was formed  in 1971 as the Adelaide Kart Club. It was borne from members of the GoKart Club of South Australia in order to promote long circuit kart racing.
The club's home track is Mallala Motorsport Park, 55 kms north of Adelaide. Mallala is a 2.7km flat track with a variety of turns and straights that make it the ideal racing venue for Superkarts.
Superkarting is probably as close as you will ever get to experiencing the feel of Formula One motor racing. The Adelaide Superkart Club provides entry level, affordable motorsport for its members, who range in age from 12-70 and is combined with a friendly club environment.
Superkarts can cost as little as $3500 for a used 125cc Rotax Non Gearbox kart (New, approx $8500), through to the mid range 125cc Gearbox karts ($5000-$9000), right up to the sensational 250cc International Gearbox karts which range in price from $10,000 to $30,000 or more.
Superkarts race on all major motor racing circuits across Australia, including Mallala, Mac Namara Park, Phillip Island, Eastern Creek, Winton, Calder, Wakefield Park, Morgan Park, Broadford and Queensland Raceway...
Whichever way that you look at it, Superkarting can provide the "Ultimate Motor Racing Thrill"
at the most affordable price.


A variety of trophies and awards are presented each year to
 complement the club activities and to reward the drivers for their achievements on and off the track.
The club's major series competitions are the CAMS Superkart Cup, Club Championship and Driver of the Year.

The club also hosts the Australian Superkart Grand Prix.
  In 2019 this event will return to its origin at MacNamara Park in Mt Gambier , on Saturday and Sunday June 8th and 9th.
The first 50 Mile Kart Grand Prix was held at this curcuit in 1964 .

The 2019 'Nationals' are scheduled to be held at Phillip Island in Victoria on Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th August.

The club endeavors to recognize the members level of participation with awards such as Club Person of the Year, Best Team/Pit Crew, Rookie of the Year and Most Improved driver etc.