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    Wimmera Kart Racing Club president Remo Luciani, centre, with Phil Smith, Melbourne, left, and Brocklan Parker, Portland, get ready for round 4 of the Victorian Country Series. It will be the last race at the track before a major overhaul of the track.
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    Wimmera Kart Racing Club president Remo Luciani, centre, with Phil Smith, Melbourne, left, and Brocklan Parker, Portland, get ready for round 4 of the Victorian Country Series. It will be the last race at the track before a major overhaul of the track.
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    Wimmera Kart Racing Club president Remo Luciani, centre, with Phil Smith, Melbourne, left, and Brocklan Parker, Portland, get ready for round 4 of the Victorian Country Series. It will be the last race at the track before a major overhaul of the track.
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    Wimmera Kart Racing Club president Remo Luciani, centre, with Phil Smith, Melbourne, left, and Brocklan Parker, Portland, prepare for the fourth round of a Victorian Country Series in Horsham this weekend. Two days of racing, likely to attract about 200 competitors and swell Horsham’s population by up to 2000, will be the last at Dooen before a major overhaul of the circuit. The club is awaiting a final tick of approval to modernise and lengthen the track to attract more go-kart events to Horsham. Spectators can watch the action at the weekend free of charge. Picture: PAUL CARRACHER

Kart racers ready for big weekend

Wimmera Kart Racing Club president Remo Luciani, centre, with Phil Smith, Melbourne, left, and Brocklan Parker, Portland, get ready for round 4 of the Victorian Country Series. It will be the last race at the track before a major overhaul of the track. 

Wimmera Kart Racing Club president Remo Luciani, centre, with Phil Smith, Melbourne, left, and Brocklan Parker, Portland, prepare for the fourth round of a Victorian Country Series in Horsham this weekend.

Two days of racing, likely to attract about 200 competitors and swell Horsham’s population by up to 2000, will be the last at Dooen before a major overhaul of the circuit.

The club is awaiting a final tick of approval to modernise and lengthen the track to attract more go-kart events to Horsham.



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Spectators can watch the action at the weekend free of charge. Picture: PAUL CARRACHER

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