South Australia’s best kart racers will be in action at the annual City of Adelaide Titles to be hosted by the Southern Go Kart Club at the Bolivar Raceway, just north of Adelaide, this weekend.

First raced in the mid sixties, the City of Adelaide Titles is one of the longest running events in Australia. Throughout the years the event has attracted some of the biggest names in Australian motorsport competing at the Titles.

Of the drivers competing at the highest level of motorsport in the country, the V8 Supercar Championship, many have previously competed at the City of Adelaide titles during their formative years including Russell Ingall, Tim Slade, Steve Owen along with the Davison brothers Alex and Will.

Another former winner at the City of Adelaide titles is New Zealander Wade Cunningham, he was victorious at the 1997 Titles before going on to claim the World Karting Championship in 2003.

This weekend’s event will see in excess of 160 drivers in action across 13 categories, which cater for a variety of ages, weight and engine capacities.

Practice will be held on Thursday afternoon and Friday ahead of qualifying on Saturday morning. The racing will continue across the weekend with the finals being contested on Sunday afternoon.

The Bolivar Raceway is located on Summer Road, just off Port Wakefield Road, Bolivar.