Combined Districts Karting Club

Spectator limit back in place.


Update August 3  2020.

KNSW has requested that parents, supporters and clubs are asked to limit the number of people attending the track to a minimum – so as to avoid the congregation of large crowds.

Where feasible, it is suggested that only one parent/guardian should accompany children to practice or competition. Furthermore, grandparents, aunts/uncles and other family members and supporters should remain home to assist in the prevention of community transmission.

For those attending the track for practice or competition, please practice good hygiene, social distancing of 1.5 metres between individuals, and as quickly as possible, ‘get in, play, and get out’ so as avoid any unnecessary co-mingling.

All participants, officials and spectators, are excluded from practice or competition if they have visited Victoria in the past 14 days.

Similarly, all participants, officials and spectators should exclude themselves from any karting activities if they have attended any of the reported case locations on the NSW Health website.

Participants, officials, parents/guardians and other club members must not attend practice or competition, if in the past 14 days they have:
* been unwell or had any flu-like symptoms, or
* been in contact with a known or suspected case of COVID-19, or
* any sudden loss of smell or loss of taste, or
* are at a high risk from a health perspective, including the elderly and those with pre-existing medical heath conditions.

The number of people at the track should not exceed the ‘one person per 4 sq metres of space to a maximum of 500 people.

From July 1st 2020, spectators will be allowed to attend events at Lithgow City Raceway but there is a catch.

The club must keep a record of everyone who attends Lithgow City Raceway, on every day that they attend (practice, racing or just visiting).

Each day anyone (spectators, drivers, pit crew, officials, volunteers) enter Lithgow City Raceway we must have a record that includes

  • Name
  • Contact details
  • Health declaration

To make this easy we have a dedicated QR code that can be read by any smart phone (some phones may need a QR Reader App downloaded). This will provide you with the questions to be answered, the club will keep these records safely for only as long as required to meet its health and safety obligations. If you do not have a suitable smart phone you can provide this. The QR code will be posted on our website, facebook page and entry points to Lithgow City Raceway