The WRB Karting Raceway, Anderson Park

The Whangarei Club's track is known as The WRB Karting Raceway, Anderson Park. It is situated on Austin Road, Maunu, Whangarei, Northland, New Zealand.

Brand new class to be added to every club day.


You can now race all those old karts that don’t quite come up to Kart Sport standards.


If you’re interested get in touch and get an info pack..


Standard Supplementary Rules for Whangarei.


The Engine Warm Up Area must be used to run engines in. They can not be run up in the Pits Area, car park or any other place other than on the track.


Starter Motors must not be left lying on the ground around or on the Dummy Grid. They must be stored beside the Pit Marshal's Shelter when not in use.


When using track for practice or testing you must keep the gate from Austin Road to the compound locked.


Effective from 1st January 2015 any person that drives a race kart on the track must have either a Competition Licence, Vintage Kart Licence or a Practice Licence issued by KartSport New Zealand, unless there is an organised Have A Go Event.


On non race days the track is available for use from 10 o'clock in the morning to members that have paid their Annual Membership Fee, (except Christmas Day and New Year's Day plus one full week after a Race Day).


Important! Please check the track to ensure it is safe to use before driving on it. Also please note that except on a Club Day no engines can be run after 5 p.m.



Only fully paid up members of the KartSport Whangarei Club can use the track and facilities at no extra cost. All other persons that go with you to the track to drive a race kart must have a current Competition Licence, Vintage Kart Licence or a Practice Licence and need to pay $10 each time they go there.


IMPORTANT. They must sign the indemnity Form that is kept in the stainless steel cupboard on the side of the Club House and deposit the $10 in the slot beside it.



The Club's long standing safety rules for using the track for practice & testing are: (Updated on 16th December 2011) 


  1. Do not drive on the track when you are alone. One additional person 18 years or over must be present. 
  2. All karts must comply with current kartsport nz rules and must travel in the same direction. 
  3. All driver's who are not club members must sign the indemnity form. 
  4. Mixed age group practise is not permitted. 
  5. Karts are not permitted to re-enter the pits area via the dummy grid. Driving in the pits is not permitted. 
  6. Drivers must wear approved racing gear when operating a kart. 
  7. All karts must comply with KartSport NZ noise regulations. No kart engine can be run before 10 a.m. or after 5 p.m. 
  8. When the majority of those at the track agree the direction of travel can be in reverse direction. That is anticlockwise. 
  9. Karts must be pulled well clear of the circuit if a breakdown occurs. They must not be left where they are a hazard to other karts. 
  10. No trolleys or recovery vehicles are allowed on the track area when there are karts being driven. 
  11. The chain barrier across the track must be removed before driving on the track and it must be replaced after use of the track. 

Please note:

  1. The track is not open for use one full week after a race day and on Christmas Day & New Years Day. 
  2. All air cooled engines EXCEPT Raket 85 and Raket 120 must have at least two complete rows of purpose built noise suppression rubbers, heat silicon cord or silicon sealant fitted to the fins. 
  3. Cars, Utes and other vehicles are not permitted onto the track unless specifically there for carrying out maintenance of the track or grounds.
  4. Drivers are responsible for their Pit Crew's actions. 
  5. Please ensure your pit space is clean and tidy when vacating.



KartSport Whangarei is the New Zealand Club of the Year for 2015!




New to Karting? 

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