For the 10th year running My Sport Live (MSL) and Karting Australia (KA) are teaming up to showcase LIVE and exclusive coverage of every round of the 2023 Australian Kart Championship (AKC).

All five rounds of the 2023 series will be showcased via the My Sport Live App which was successful introduced across the championship in 2022.

With the opening round of the championship series getting underway this weekend in South Australia, viewers will be able to tune it to get plenty of Saturday Heat action as well as the Heats and Finals all day on Sunday – with the same level of coverage on offer at each round.

Dates for the 2023 AKC broadcasts are:

  • Round 1 – March 4-5 – Go-Kart Club of SA, Murray Bridge, SA
  • Round 2 – April 22-23 – Tiger Kart Club, Wanneroo, WA
  • Round 3 – June 3-4 – Newcastle Kart Racing Club, Newcastle, NSW
  • Round 4 – July 15-16 – Ipswich Kart Club, Ipswich, QLD
  • Round 5 – August 26-27 – Go-Kart Club of Victoria, Melbourne, VIC

On top of these broadcasts, karting fans around the country (and the world) will have more access than ever before with the agreement covering a host of events throughout Australia.

They include multiple state championship events, every round of the 2023 Victorian Country Series and other one-off events as well:

  • Victorian Kart Championship – March 11-12 – Albury
  • Queensland Kart Championship – July 1-2 – Townsville
  • New South Wales Kart Championship – September 23-24 – Newcastle
  • City of Melbourne – August 5-6 – Go Kart Club of Victoria
  • Ultimate Club Racer – November 4-5 – Seymour
  • Various rounds of the Victorian Country Series

Access to every single event will be available via the My Sport Live platform ( and after an initial seven-day free trial will cost only $5 per month or $50 per year.

The annual subscription will give access to all of the events above and well over 30 days of kart action.

Speaking about the broadcast schedule, Karting Australia’s Chief Operating Officer Lee Hanatschek said it was a ground-breaking day for the sport in Australia.

“We have been working closely with My Sport Live for over a decade now, and each year our productions get better and better – showcasing the very best that our sport has to offer in Australia,” said Hanatschek.

“Now, we are able to provide the quality of broadcast that we run at the Australian Kart Championship and take that to events all over the country.

“This year’s agreement gives everyone connected to the sport even more access than ever before, and we are proud to be able continue to showcase karting at all levels on the one platform.”

To view the event this weekend, and the events on the 2023 calendar, or to look back through the library of karting events broadcast over the past decade head to or, download the My Sport Live app in the Apple and iOS app stores:

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