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THE X30 Feature Class

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28/29 March 2020
Round 1 - Victorian Country Series R2
Host Club: South West Kart Club - Cobden

3/4 April 2020
Round 2 - Victorian Kart Championship
Host Club: Oakleigh Go Kart Club - Oakleigh

16/17 MAY
Round 3 - Metro Series R2
Host Club: Geelong Kart Racing Club - Geelong

15/16 AUGUST
Round 4 - The City of Melbourne Titles
Host Club: Go Kart Club of Victoria - Todd Road

Round 5 - Junior Sprint Classic
Eastern Lions Kart Club - Puckapunyal

The FINALE at Puckapunyal, will be a feature race at the Junior Sprint Classic event to celebrate the 40 year anniversary of the Junior sprint Classic. The club wants the X30 A-Grade drivers as a showcase and to present trophies to the Juniors at the end of the meeting. 90% of these drivers are the best in Australia and would have at one-point of their career competed in the Junior Sprint Classic over the 40year period.

1st Prize: X30 / KR Chassis / Arrive & Drive Package to Las Vegas SuperNats (excl. Mechanic) with KARTSPORT NORTH AMERICA winners of 4 classes at the 2019 SuperNats.

2nd Prize: Entry Fee and Guaranteed entry to the 2020 Las Vegas SuperNats

3rd Prize: Sponsored by RJ Garage Doors - A GA203 German Made Garage Door opener (valued at AU$1400 T&C apply*). 


Sponsored by EREBUS ACADEMY Hot Lap in a Supercar at one of their 2020 Ride Days

Sponsored by EREBUS ACADEMY 2 Hour one-on-one session with Anton De Pasquale in their simulator to teach the winner how their drivers prepare for events etc; 

*You must have a suitable roller door to be able to fit the opener.

- You must compete in all 5 rounds to be eligible for the Random Draw prizes

- X30 feature class PRIZES will be presented to the winners at the conclusion of the final round at the Junior Sprint Classic presentation at Puckapunyal.

2020 Australian Kart Championships

The Australian Kart Championship is the pinnacle of Australian Karting. A total of nine classes compete for National Titles, covering both Junior and Senior levels. Three of the classes utilise either the IAME KA100 or X30 engines exclusively, ensuring a level playing field in terms of competition and performance. These classes firmly out the focus back on the driver and kart setup.

The IAME KA100 engine is used in the KA3 Senior and KA4 Junior classes in the Australian Kart Championship, along with the IAME X30 engine being used in the X30 (Senior) class.

Awesome Prizes From IAME IAME Spa and Remo Racing are on offer each year for all three classes.

The Australian Kart Championship is run over 5 rounds across Australia. For more details regarding the Australian Kart Championship, and the KA3 Senior, KA4 Junior and X30 racing classes, visit the Karting Australia website now.


Round 1 – February 28-March 1

Host Club
Venue: The Bend Motorsport Park, Tailem Bend, SA

Round 2 – April 17-19

Host Club: Eastern Lions Kart Club
Venue: Hume International Raceway, Seymour, VIC

Round 3 – June 19-21

Host Club: Ipswich Kart Club
Venue: Ipswich Kart Track, Willowbank, QLD

Round 4 – July 31-August 2

Host Club: Newcastle Kart Racing Club
Venue: Mt Sugarloaf Raceway, Cameron Park, NSW

Round 5 – September 18-20

Host Club: Go-Kart Club of Victoria
Venue: Port Melbourne International Karting Complex, Melbourne, VIC


The X30 is a concept IAME started developing in 2005, with the launch of the X30 125cc engine on the French market. From those days to nowadays the X30 project has grown to an unimaginable magnitude. Beside a full engines range destined to stock class series, the X30 is now a complete racing program with more than 25 countries running a IAME Series, either at Federative or at private level.

With a class structure covering all ages from 8 years old, 6 different engine models in the range, two International events and several continental events, the IAME SERIES is one of the most diffused and successful Racing concepts in the Karting scenario.

Thanks to stable and strong regulations and a standard model adopted by each country racing an IAME series, the IAME Series is a globally diffused project that guarantees success to all organizers and national Federations. The stability in the engines production, only minor changes applied to the engines from year to year, and the possibility to race any chassis brand, are the keys of the success of the IAME concept. Last but not least, the prize pool IAME provides to each World Series and each IAME main event contribute to complete a very satisfactory offer.



“The Event of The Year reaches its 8th edition. On the wave of the success of the ’18 edition and according to the incredibly increased number of countries hosting IAME Series and main IAME events awarding drivers with tickets to participate in the IAME International Final, new criteria have been introduced to select the Warriors that will be able to join the Arena of Le Mans, FRANCE.

Only the top drivers from each country are in fact allowed to participate, only the very best and the very brave will have the possibility to try to step on the highest step of the IAME International Final podium. A great show is expected as the highest level of Karting drivers will be concentrated in this unique event. Minime FFSA/ Cadet MUK, X30 Mini, X30 Junior, X30 Senior, X30 Master, X30 Pro, X30 Super Shifter classes will fill the grids of the 4 days races, for a Karting spectacle never seen before.

Live broadcasted from the beginning of the qualifying heats. IAME looks forward to meet all Warriors and spend the most amazing Karting week with you all. A big thank goes to Victory Concept, Le Mans Karting, all Sponsors, Partners, Teams and especially Drivers, for supporting us and making this possible.”