WCKC Round 2 Saskatoon, SK

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WCKC Round 2 Saskatoon, SK

July 6,7,8 2018

The second round the Western Canadian Karting Championship is in Saskatoon at Martensville Speedway

Track Location:

Degrees Minutes: 52°18’07.4″N 106°38’55.2″W

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Directions from Saskatoon:

From Saskatoon take Provincial Highway 12 north to the community of Martensville.  Take the right exit from Highway 12 onto Main Street. Turn left of Centennial Drive and proceed north until 9th Street N.
Turn right and proceed east 1 kilometer to the end of 9th Street N., the track will be on your right hand side.


 

 

Mandatory Fuel Supplier

Fuel for karts must be purchased from the following retailer in order to pass technical inspection:

Petro Canada Logo

Co-Op Gas Bar
7, 8 Centennial Dr N,
Martensville, SK S0K 4S0, Canada
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Spec fuel for all classes is Co-Op (a.k.a. “Super”) taken from the highest-numbered operating pump (ensures all fuel comes from the same underground tank). This station is just a few minutes from the track.


Spectators

Spectators are welcome. Entry is FREE ! Qualifying is generally under way by 11am and racing follows until 4-5pm. Food concession and flush toilets onsite. Free parking.


Dogs

Dogs are permitted as long as they are on a leash at ALL TIMES. You are expected to clean up after your pet; failure to do so will result in being asked not to bring it again.


Accommodations

The official accommodation partner is the Comfort Suites in loacted about 15 minutes from the track. The hotel has been recently built. Has a great pool for the kids and is a few minutes from downtown Saskatoon.

203 Bill Hunter Avenue

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7R 1E3, Canada

+1 (306) 955-6565

In the event that our partner hotel is full, Saskatoon has a number of other hotels just a short drive from the track. A list can be found here


Food

Martensville has a few restaurants just minutes from the track. Start the day off like every Canadian does with Tim Hortons. We have a Subway and a A&W as well.


Disposal

Oil/Fuel: There is no oil/fuel disposal on site. All racers are responsible for containing and removing all waste oil and fuel. Violators are subject to sanctions.

Garbage: There is no garbage disposal on site. All racers are responsible for collecting and removing all garbage they generate.

Recycling: Containers for refundable bottles and cans are on site. Revenues collected from these go to support and maintain the facility -Thank you!


Electricity

Electricity is not available in the paddock. Generators are recommended if you need power. If you have a standard (i.e. “noisy”, non-inverter type), please run it only when necessary (eg. to run-up a compressor). If left running continuously, you will be asked to shut it down.


Recreational Vehicles (RV’s)

At present (April 2017) the west paddock area is still being developed / graded /seeded and it is unclear as to how suitable certain areas are for large/heavy vehicles such as RV’s. The ground is VERY soft beneath a few inches of hard crust in many places and even tractors have become stuck. Racers wishing to bring an RV are encouraged to contact the CKRC Manager prior to arrival for the latest conditions and availability, and be prepared to be flexible. There are no hookups.


Washrooms & Showers

We now have proper (flush) toilet facilities with separate Mens and Womens. Water is trucked in and what you flush is trucked out so please use water sparingly ! There are no shower facilities available.

 

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