KartSport

Overview

 

ASN Canada FIA considers kart racing to be both the grassroots and the future of motorsports.

 

With help of over 25 affiliated Kart clubs across Canada, we are able to foster driver development which provides the ability for racers to compete in Local Club, Regional, National and International Karting Events, as well as bolster their racing career.

 

Contact your local member club to learn more and get started in KartSport

Kartsport Latest Information

Calendar

Regulations

Canadian Karting Regulations: Notice of 2018 Sporting Regulation Change – National and International Driver Competition Licences
Canadian Karting Regulations Briggs & Stratton Racing Class Lo206 Canadian Engine Bulletin 2017-03: 33. Clutch
Canadian Karting Regulations Book 1 Sporting Regulations Bulletin 2017-04: Driver Qualification
RMC 2017 Technical Regulations Appendix for 125 Mini Max and Micro Max Amendment
• RMC 2017 Technical Regulations Bulletin no 1: Cylinder Marking
Canadian Karting Regulations Book 1 Sporting Regulations Bulletin 2017-03: Last Lap Signal
• Canadian Karting Regulations Book 1 Sporting Regulations Bulletin 2017-02: Briggs & Stratton LO206 Junior Light Additional Class
Canadian Karting Regulations Book 2 Technical Regulations Bulletin 2017-01: Competition Numbers and Number Panels REVISED May 15, 2017
2017 ASN Canada FIA Karting Regulations: Penalty Guidelines
• ASN Canada FIA Code of Conduct for Participants
2017 ASN Canada FIA Karting Sporting Regulations (Book 1) updated April 18
2017 ASN Canada FIA Karting Technical Regulations (Book 2)
2017 ASN Canada FIA Briggs & Stratton – Regulations – Updated May 8.
RMC Sporting: 2017 Rotax Sporting Regulations
RMC Technical: 2017 Rotax Technical Regulations
RMC Technical: 2017 Rotax Micro-Mini Technical Regulations
• ASN Canadian Karting – Honda 4-Cycle Legacy Technical Regulations
Maintaining the Quality of Kart Racing Events