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RELOCATION 2020 CPR COMPLETED MOVING UPDATE

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Welcome to our CPR Kart-beat update.

This issue was put together to let you know we're completed our move and are now trading normally again.


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COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS UPDATE  CPR KART-BEAT UPDATE
PaulsFaceHi there!
 
We're all in the midst of a challenging time in our lives.  One where we all have to make huge sacrifices to save our community and loved-ones.  It's an unprecedented time for all of us today, but together we can defeat this virus and keep our social fabric strong!
 
First and foremost, I want to personally encourage everyone to follow the governments guidelines and recommendations on social distancing and/or any other matters related to controlling and possibly eradicating this virus.  Whether you agree or disagree with certain rule changes we all must do everything in unison (together 100% all of us) in order for any of the governments planned outcomes to eventuate.  We can be sure their intention is to keep us all alive.   We may not all understand why any particular measures are being chosen, but we can all understand instructions, so just leave the 'why and how' to the experts and do the things you can to help do your part in the biggest challenge humanity has faced in the last 100 years.
 
Here at CPR we're continuing to trade.  Being 100% online allows us to still provide you with parts to repair, maintain, and play while racing pauses.  We are all practicing social distancing, and being careful with work surfaces and products.  You can be sure we've done our part to ensure we've handled your products carefully.
 
We're also still offering the same levels of service we have always done, including phone support - you can view our contact hours here.  We're still shipping same-day when paid before 2pm Brisbane time, and we're still doing everything we can to ensure all of our loyal clients are thrilled with our shipping speed.
 
Should the situation change in relation to what we can offer you in terms of our range and shipping, we will notify you here and on our site on the home page, as well as in the shipping interruptions section in our shipping information page here
 
The CPR Kart Parts team thanks you for your support, and we wish everyone good health and look forward to helping you with your parts well into the future of our brave new world!
 

FRIDAY NIGHT FUN:  This week we watch video footage of Andrew Thompson's grandson take his granddaugther's CPR-engined buggy for a spin.

GUIDE:  Wondering which is the best engine to buy for your kart?  We run you through the pro's and cons of the options out there so you can make the best choice the first time.

 

SHIPPING INTERRUPTIONS & HOLIDAYS- Our phone hours have changed - due to a staff shortage we are now offering only email support on Fridays - shipping will be normal on fridays though.  Scroll down to find out what's happening.

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This week we've got some awesome new products to show you.
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So scroll through and enjoy
..And let us help you Drive Faster!

NEW 30mm SOLID AXLE KITS


NEW 28 & 32mm VALVE SEATS



NEW
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NEW
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NEW
COMPLETE CLUTCH INSTALL KIT


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THIS WEEK'S DIY GUIDE





 

 

Engines - they are typically the first thing you think of when you embark on a powered project, and commonly the most incorrectly chosen for the purpose.

"All I need is the biggest engine I can buy for my money, right?"

 
 

Not so! This is probably the most common mistake kart racers and DIY project builders make - buying an engine that seems like great value out of the box. Maybe a big-block stationary engine like a 13hp or perhaps even bigger. They offer big power, at a low price, but also big weight to go with it.

Power and engine size can go hand-in-hand, but with so many performance companies (primarily USA based) investing heavily into CNC and design producing plenty of billet upgrades for common stationary engines due to a flourishing karting competition base, it can often be cheaper to produce more power from a smaller engine. This provides the added benefit of weight reduction, which in turn makes you go faster - and allows you to turn - more on that later.

 

"Sure, I understand that weight might slow me down, but that's about all right? I mean, I get all this extra HP for my money so that will more than make up for it right?"

While the extra power can overcome the weight, nothing will overcome the handling issues that immediately arise with a heavy engine in a race kart. These issues do not apply to vehicles running a differential, but if you're running a live rear axle, a heavy engine offset to one side - or even a heavier vehicle in total, will product handling issues in one or both directions.

 

"What happens to my kart's handling characteristics with a heavy engine, and why?"

We're glad you asked. The problem comes about because when a vehicle turns, the inside wheels must travel at a lower speed than the outside wheels. This is because the outside of the vehicle travels a longer distance compared with the inside. 

When you drive your car, you have a differential in the axle which allows the outside wheel to spin at a different rate compared with the inside wheel. 

 
 

With a racing go kart (or any other kart with a fixed straight live rear axle), the axle shaft is fixed, and the inside wheel and outside wheel must always travel at the same speed. This means that the kart will always want to push forward rather than turn.

Thankfully, some clever fellow came up with an ingenious way of allowing the inside wheel to travel less distance while still rotating at the same speed - they simply lifted it off the ground! This is done by using the front wheel on the inside to push down onto the ground during a turn, forcing the inside of the kart to lift up off the ground and allow the inside wheel to rotate without touching the ground - thereby ensuring that the kart can turn effectively.   You can learn more about how this is achieved in our STACP project stub axle install guide here: https://cutpriceracing.com.au/store/Page77/

 
 

The heavier the kart though, the harder it is to lift it from the ground, and therefore the more compromised the turning ability. When the weight is evenly distributed across the lateral plane (side-to-side) the handling characteristics are neutral and the effect on the handling will be the same in both turning directions. Karts are generally designed to do this by offsetting the driver (you'll notice on your race kart that your seat isn't in the middle of the kart, and you kind-of sit skewwhiff or diagonally. This also affords room for the engine.

Because the kart is carefully designed to distribute the weight with a certain amount of engine weight, when we modify this area we also cause the weight distribution to change. A heavier engine will cause more weight to be distributed over the right side of the kart (engine side) and makes it harder to lift that side wheel. That means that when turning right, the kart will plough straight instead noticeably instead of turning. The heavier the engine, the more unresponsive the kart will be turning right.

 

"Ok, I don't really mind if I can't turn right and I've already got my engine, so can I buy a clutch for this engine please?"

 

Clutches are where things are elevated to a new level of headache with a big block. Generally speaking every engine bigger than 200/210cc will be using a 1" shaft, rather than a 3/4" (19.05mm) shaft common on the 200cc engine range. The big problem with 1" shafts is that they are not very well supported for clutches. With a 1" shaft basically have 3 options:

 

Option 1 - Basic 1" centrifugal clutch (like our SR series clutch) - available for about $55 - an example can be found here:

 

Option 2 - Torque converter (up to 16hp) - with a remote driven pulley/jackshaft system which is around $350 and can be found here:

 

Option 3 - Race clutch capable of 20+ hp - around $700 - an example can be found here:

 

As you can see, with a 1" shaft, the range of clutches is extremely small - mainly because there is not enough market for the price required to cover the manufacturing costs with a customer base quite small in comparison to the extremely popular 200cc karting formula in the USA. So if you want to improve your big block engine, be prepared to spend a small fortune on a clutch. By comparison, a 200cc clutch offering 20+ HP capability can be found for half the price of the 1" model, and depending on the use you can get into one for just over $100!

 

"I don't care that the clutches are expensive, I'm going to buy heaps of upgrade parts and bomb this thing out anyway - can I buy billet upgrade parts for the big block engines?"

 

Ok, so you don't mind the handling characteristics of the heavy engine, or the cost of the clutches - great, in that case it's possible choosing a big block engine may work out ok. But if you want to upgrade it internally, it's going to be very expensive. In a lot of cases parts are simply not available, but when they are - much the same as the clutch issue - they are produced in smaller quantities. Generally speaking the cost of any component for a 9hp+ engine is going to be 2-3 times the price of a similar 200cc component. For example an aluminium flywheel for a gx200 starts at just over $100 - whereas one to suit a 13hp engine is going to set you back around $400. The reason this is the case is the same as the clutch issue - because the big block motors aren't as popular, parts are produced in smaller quantities and the economy of scale is lower - so they cost more. Plus they must often deal with larger forces - the force of the combustion in the chamber in a big capacity motor requires stronger pistons, conrods, crankshafts needing more material which in turn produces more torque at a lower RPM which is tougher on clutches.

 

"I think, based on what I've discovered, that I might be better off going with a 200cc engine - you seem to have lots of them - which one is the best one for me?"

 

That's a great question - one that we wrote this easy-to-understand guide to cover. 

 

When looking at a 200cc engine, there is so much choice in the market. Quality varies wildly from a cheap $50 engine, to a $500+ engine which are both advertised to achieve the same thing. Sometimes, a $50 engine can be sufficient - especially if there is absolutely no intention of upgrading it in the future but they are never going to be as reliable as a $500 one - and in some cases they will damage themselves and/or the accessories attached to them.  

 

*Things to look out for on a cheap engine**

  1. A critical thing to look out for on a really cheap eBay special GX200 type engine is the carburettor. On cheap engines the carb tends to be of lower quality and often they will idle higher to achieve a steady idle. This can partially engage clutches which can mean you'll destroy a clutch quite quickly. A good quality carb can be installed that will solve these issues for about $45 - you can get one here:

  2. The second, more important issue, is the quality of the componentry inside. If you are planning on increasing the power output of the engine it can be perilous due to poor manufacture of things like cam gears (which will be plastic) and poorly balanced crankshafts which introduce excessive vibration leading to damaged seals, bearings, con-rods and more. As a rule the crank-cases of cheaper engines are thinner and casted with less care, resulting in cracks or covers working loose which can dump oil mid-use and seize the engine. If you're planning on upgrading, buy a good quality engine to start with so that your time and money isn't wasted. All CPR engines are designed to be upgraded to race engines, so they are super reliable in stock form and can accommodate high horsepower outputs when upgraded correctly.

 

When choosing a 200cc engine, it's important to determine what it's going to be used for, and whether it's going to be upgraded in the future. It's common to get an engine, get used to the power, and then want more soon after - for this reason it's always a good idea not to write-off upgrading in the future - the chances are that you'll want to go faster in time!

 

There are generally 6 main types of uses for karts/project vehicles which we'll categorise into the following areas to keep thing simple:

 

  1. Recreation - Off Road

If you're going to be using your vehicle in a backyard/paddock or trails and the beach then you'll fall into this category, unless you're considering a dual purpose vehicle.

 

  1. Recreation - Circuit

Got a bunch of mates together and built a track in someone's backyard? Or are you going to take your kart to a rental track or test-n-tune days at an independent kart club and have no aspirations of racing in a sanctioned club with rules covering engine specifications? You'll probably fit into this usage type.

 

  1. Race - Speedway 4-Stroke

There are tons of local independent clubs running speedway - if you're keen to get involved you'll fall into this category.

 

  1. Race - Dirt or Bitumen Independent Club

Have you found a 4-stroke club you'd like to race at and need an engine to compete? If you're gearing up to compete you will fall into this category unless you are looking to run in KA 4SS category in which case you'll need to see #5.

 

  1. Race - Bitumen KA

Decided the new KA 4SS class is right for you? Then this is the category you'll fit into.

 

When choosing an engine, if you fall into more than one of the usage types above then choose one to suit the highest number category. The engine you buy will work for the categories with a lower number (although they may not be the best option for those categories but if you are only buying one engine it's always a compromise). Below, we'll outline which are the best engines for your chosen purpose.

 

  1. Recreation - Off Road

If you fall into this usage category you can pretty much choose any engine and clutch combo and it will work. Some better than others, but ultimately you can solve your issue on a budget, or you can throw more cash at it and have even more fun.

If you're going to run normal kart slicks you can generally get away with a 6.5hp engine with a dry clutch like our SR models, and a 5.5:1 ratio (something like a 12T front and a 65T rear sprocket). This won't have a lot of top speed but it will accelerate acceptably and offer a limited ability to navigate terrain.   You can increase your top speed by using one of the ungoverned 200cc 10hp style engines.

Typically off road vehicles will use larger wheels to offer more ground clearance. Large wheels make the gearing taller and will mean that a dry clutch is not practical - in this case you're best to consider the 6.5hp with a torque converter. A torque converter multiplies the ratio by 2.7:1 at launch, which solves ratio issues and provides the driver with a huge amount of acceleration/torque at take-off - perfect for traversing hills or getting through difficult terrain at low speed. Torque converters also provide better low-speed use, as running a dry clutch at low speed (for example when kids are learning to drive the vehicle) will cause it to overheat and fail. (You can learn more about torque converters and dry clutches here: https://cutpriceracing.com.au/store/Page59/)   An even better solution is the 200cc 10hp model with the uprated torque converter. This will provide maximum acceleration from the launch with unbeatable performance in difficult terrain - getting out of bogs and over obstacles.

 

Good - CPR 200cc 6.5hp with standard dry clutch

 

Better -CPR 200cc 6.5hp + Torque Converter

AND

 

Best - CPR 200cc 10hp + Torque Converter

AND

 

 

 

  1. Recreation - Circuit

For non-competitive circuit racing we recommend using a dry clutch for maximum reliability. When pushed hard during racing it can be easy to over-stress the belt on a torque converter so it may prove a little unreliable in this usage situation.

If you are going to leave the engine completely stock, our entry level CPR 200cc 10hp engine is a great solution. The power output and RPM range is a limited, and if you decide you want to upgrade to get more power out of it you will absolutely need to install a billet connecting rod and an aluminum flywheel. If you don't fancy mucking about inside your engine, choose from our race-built 200cc CPR 10hp engines which have this already completed by a qualified engine technician so that you can concentrate on power increases. The race engines come with a minimum of 26lb valve springs to ensure you get maximum RPM and maximum power at each level.

You can operate the engines with standard SR style clutches, but we recommend the CPR GT clutch for the best result, maximum adjustability and ease of service (the SR model is non-user servicable). More expensive competition clutches are also available, but at this level the CPR GT clutch is as much as you will likely ever want or need. You can even opt for a higher power output race engine if you want to scare yourself/wife/friends/kids or wear your rear tyres out and have maximum fun!

 

Good - CPR 200cc 10hp + SR Clutch

 

Better - CPR 200cc 10hp Stage 1 Race Engine with SR Clutch

 

Best - CPR 200cc 10hp Stage 1 Race Engine with GT Clutch

 

Power Monster - CPR 200cc 14-16hp Stage 2 Race engine with SR or GT Clutch

 

  1. Race - Speedway 4-Stroke

When running speedway, you will find that your engine is going to be operating at the top of it's rev-range fairly regularly. This puts a lot of pressure on the connecting rod. It requires good lubrication and/or bearing to operate continuously at this level. You will absolutely require a billet con-rod and aluminium flywheel for this work. You can learn more about the failure of stock con-rods in engines being used for speedway work in our guide here: https://cutpriceracing.com.au/store/GUIDE-Why-stock-conrods-fail/

For speedway, choose from our race-built 200cc CPR 10hp engines which have this already completed by a qualified engine technician so that you can concentrate on power increases. The race engines come with a minimum of 26lb valve springs to ensure you get maximum RPM and maximum power at each level.

You can operate the engines with standard SR style clutches, but we recommend the CPR GT clutch for the best result, maximum adjustability and ease of service (the SR model is non-user servicable). More expensive competition clutches are also available, but at this level the CPR GT clutch is as much as you will likely ever want or need. You can even opt for a higher power output race engine if you want to scare yourself/wife/friends/kids or wear your rear tyres out and have maximum fun!

 

Good - CPR 200cc 10hp Stage 1 Race Engine with SR Clutch

 

Better - CPR 200cc 10hp Stage 1 Race Engine with GT Clutch

 

Best - CPR 200cc 14-16hp Stage 2 Race engine with SR or GT Clutch

 

  1. Race - Dirt or Bitumen Independent Club

Just like running speedway, you will find that your engine is going to be operating at the top of it's rev-range fairly regularly. This puts a lot of pressure on the connecting rod. It requires good lubrication and/or bearing to operate continuously at this level. You will absolutely require a billet con-rod and aluminium flywheel for this work. You can learn more about the failure of stock con-rods in engines being used for speedway work in our guide here: https://cutpriceracing.com.au/store/GUIDE-Why-stock-conrods-fail/

*For independent clubs, first determine the engine specifications eligible for each class - in most cases for most clubs our Stage 1 Race Engine will be legal.   A lot of clubs allow further modification for open-style classes. If you're unsure, obtain a copy of the engine rules and contact CPR to advise you of what engines are available for immediate dispatch that comply with the club rules.   Choose from our race-built 200cc CPR 10hp engines which have this already completed by a qualified engine technician so that you can concentrate on power increases. The race engines come with a minimum of 26lb valve springs to ensure you get maximum RPM and maximum power at each level.

You can operate the engines with standard SR style clutches, but we recommend the CPR GT clutch for the best result, maximum adjustability and ease of service (the SR model is non-user servicable). More expensive competition clutches are also available, but at this level the CPR GT clutch is as much as you will likely ever want or need. You can even opt for a higher power output race engine if you want to scare yourself/wife/friends/kids or wear your rear tyres out and have maximum fun!

 

*Good - CPR 200cc 10hp Stage 1 Race Engine with SR Clutch

 

*Better - CPR 200cc 10hp Stage 1 Race Engine with GT Clutch

 

*Best - CPR 200cc 14-16hp Stage 2 Race engine with SR or GT Clutch

 

*note - the engines above may not be class legal for some independent clubs, you will need to check the rules and regulations to ensure CPR performance race engines meet the criteria set out by the club. You can also obtain a copy of the engine rules and contact CPR to help determine which engine is suitable/best. The engines list above is a guideline for most independent 4-stroke based clubs.

 



FRIDAY NIGHT FUN

Andrew Thompson's CPR Engined Buggy


Every Friday we'll be posting one of our fantastic customer DIY projects. These have been designed and built using quality CPR kart parts by guys and girls just like you! There's some really exciting stuff to check out, so keep an eye out each Friday for our next instalment!

This week:
Andrew Thompson's CPR Engined Buggy

Andrew Thompson knew he was onto a great thing when he spied CPR's bolt-one and go engines - easy to start, smooth, and responsive was exactly what he was searching for.

And CPR delivered!

Andrew is thrilled with his new engine, and his grand children are having loads of fun.

Check out the video

"I just want to pass on my thanks I purchased one of your engines for one of my grand daughters buggies this video was my 11yr old grandson testing it out, i could not believe how quiet and responsive it was, thank you for your prompt and hassle free service it is so refreshing to see a company that is customer friendly
Regards Andrew Thompson"

Keep up to date with Andrew's project by CLICKING HERE

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Send us pics or video of your project and we'll try to feature it in the coming weeks!

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CLUB NEWS
AVALON FUN KART CLUB
(VIC - Geelong Motorsports Complex)
2019 YEAR RESULTS
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CLICK THE PICTURE ABOVE TO LEARN ABOUT THE CLUB AND WATCH THE VIDEO
 

AFKC 2019 Presentation day.
Winners
Rookies
Landon Weston
Levi Roberts
Nikkie Weston
Winners2019

Under 15s
1st Ella Weston
2nd Axle Pearce
3rd Isaac Tate
 
Winners2019

Under 18s/ Ladies
Ashley Johnston
2nd Courtney Matheson
3rd Tahnee Pearce
Winners2019

Mens
1st Damian Matheson
2nd Brad Weston
3rd Michael Hillman
 
Winners2019

Congrats to all the winners
Thanks for everyone that come out to the 2019 Presentation day.

We would like to thank Mactrans and Cut Price Racing for the sponsorship. 
The committee would like wish you a Merry Xmas and a Safe New Year see you on the dirt next year.




CLUB NEWS
LOCKYER DIRT TRACK KART CLUB
(QLD - MA MA Creek) 2019 WRAP UP

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CLICK THE PICTURE ABOVE TO
LEARN ABOUT THE CLUB
 

2019 YEAR RESULTS

Well the year has come to a end and what a great year it has been  

The club has really come ahead a good family atmosphere lots of new people and the best and fairest racing we have seen in years 

I would like to thank Andrew South for thé use of the best track in oz. 

Iwould also like to thank the old committee and congratulate the new one and thank all the people that helped run the club this year. 

There are also a couple of people you don’t see at the track on race day.
They are:
Mick and his team from Grantham Water deliveries.   
And Dave from Lockyer Trophies.                                                                      

Championship results for 2019.              

Junior A.
1. Harvey Mcleod  

2. Mat Mason.

3. Deegan Martland


Junior B.
1. Coen lester. 


2. Christian Coonan


3. Casey Czerwinski. 

Senior À 
1. Sam Hines


2. Dave Lucht


3. Zac Hines 



Senior B. 

1. Tom Galbraith.


2. Julie Andrews. 


3. Mark Galbraith.  


Senior. C. 

1. Damon Mason. 

2. Tom Lester.

3. Scott Davis.
 


Mod 220.

1. Sam Hines


2.  Jim Niblock.

3. Steve Niblock.  

As you might know by now we have a new track surface for next year have tested it out and it’s way quicker  

you are going to have to be on the ball for this one  

First meeting for next year will be 9/2/20   If you would like to know more about our great track call Garry 0414459378.

There will be a working bee in January to get the year started more on that later.  

So until next time stay safe and have a great Xmas.      
Garry. 





CLUB NEWS

IPSWICH CITY DIRT KART CLUB
(QLD Queensland Raceway)
2019 YEAR RESULTS

   
CLICK THE PICTURE ABOVE TO
LEARN ABOUT THE CLUB

Congratulations to all our 2 Stroke Winners for the 2019 Race Season. Our Podium Winners are as follows.

SUB JUNIORS
1st Montoya Wright
2nd Brock Hughes

JUNIOR 100CC
1st Amanda Chaffey
2nd Armani Harders
3rd BrockHughes

SENIOR 100CC
1st Ray Kington
2nd Bryson Kington
3rd Natalie Wright

SENIOR 125CC
1st Per Hansen
2nd John Wilkinson
3rd Harrison Dixon

SUB JUNIOR ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
Montoya Wright
JUNIOR 100CC ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
Brock Hughes.

Congratulations to all our 4 Stroke Winners for the 2019 Race Season. Our Podium Winners are as follows.

ROOKIES
Jaydee Chapman
Braxton Doyle
Zane Chapman
Cameron Willett
Jace Vardy

JUNIOR 1
1st Liam Ioannidis


2nd Breanna-Lee Formosa


3rd Levi Parker


JUNIOR 2
1st Ryan Casha

2nd Jett Adamson


3rd Isaac Audoss

GROUP 1A
1st Peter Mason
2nd Mark Boon
3rd Dani Vardy

GROUP 1B
1st Trevor Edyvean
2nd Phil Faram

3rd Shona Wong


GROUP 1C
1st Jason Gislingham


2nd Blake Formosa


3rd Jack Allen


GROUP 2A
1st Ryan Casha
2nd Will Edyvean
3rd Terry Tinning

GROUP 2B
1st Shane Chapman

2nd Brett Harris

3rd Jason Pryde

GROUP 3
1st  Adamm Wolff

2nd Riley Vandenbroek

3rd Bernie Schloss

GROUP 4
1st Graham Thorley
2nd John Cariola
3rd  John Sherlock

MODIFIED
1st Ken Applebee
2nd Mick Floyd

3rd Brenton Neithe


HIGHEST POINTS JUNIOR
Liam Ioannidis  729 Points
HIGHEST POINTS SENIOR
Ryan Casha 793 Points

Congratulations to our Club's latest Life Member Inductee Neil Johnson. Congratulations to all of our Perpetual Award Winners for 2019.
Jason Pryde was awarded the Lew Jaggar Trophy.
Stephan Reberger was awarded the Layton Dixon award.
Breanna-Lee Formosa was awarded the Troy Garlepp award.
Jett Adamson was awarded the Most Outstanding Junior award.
Shane Chapman was awarded the Most Outstanding Senior award.
Cassidy Edyvean was awarded the Executive Committee Encouragement award.

You have all done a fantastic job this year and your awards are well deserved.

Congratulations to our Junior Club Champion Ryan Casha and our Senior Club Champion Jason Gislingham. You both have done a fantastic job this year.

We would like to thank all of our Sponsors for giving us such great support for the 2019 Season. We Thank all of our Members and their families for another GREAT year of racing.
We definitely would not have got through the year without our great Track Committee,  Brett Formosa, Ashley Rasmussen, Brenton Neithe and Shane Chapman. You guys have gone above and beyond to give everyone a great Track to Race on. A very special Thankyou goes out to Angela Formosa, Shona Wong, Mick Floyd, Barry Reberger, Steve Reberger, Peter Mason, Simon Vardy and Blake Formosa for all of their support during the year spending hours on end out around the grounds in their own time.

Our 2020 Event Calendar is now available on our website for Anyone wanting to download a copy.
We wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Stay safe and we will catch up again in 2020.

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HAVE YOU GOT SOMETHING YOU'D LIKE TO SHOW THE WORLD?

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Have you got a project you've completed using some CPR parts that you'd like to show the CPR Kart Parts community?

Email your project to [email protected]

along with a quick write-up of what you've done and why and we'll try to feature it in our future newsletters.

 

And remember, we're here to help you get out there racing!

You can always be sure your items will leave the same day you order as long as you've made payment by 2pm that day. Sure, it's a big claim, but I know shopping online is all about getting it before the weekend race day, and that's why I'm absolutely dedicated to getting our gear out the same day you order. I believe so strongly that this is a critical component of our business that I've devoted the last two hours of the day to ensuring just that. Don't be surprised if I can't get to the phone during these times as we're probably flat out! Just leave me a message and I'll call you back asap.

I know if you've bought from us before, you've had a great experience. Nothing's changed with our focus - we still want to help the average Australian race, but we're expanding our range every day so I'd love for you to check out our latest website updates and see if we can help you again, today. Go on, visit our store at www.CutPriceRacing.com.au - I mean, surely you've got a couple of minutes for fun?

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Cheers,

Paul Jones
Managing Director