Dubbo Kart Club has spread excitement out into the community as they reveal they will host a round of the 2019 TEKA Endurance Kart Championships.
The round will also be the first time the NSW State Championship is here under lights for night racing.
According to Club President Karl Ross the May 18 and 19 event will see a lot of karters travelling from all over NSW to compete over the two day event at Lincoln County Raceway.
"This will be the first time for many years that Dubbo has run an event under lights," Ross said.
"On Friday - the competitors will take to the track for practice.
"Saturday - from 8:30am will consist of Practice, Qualifying six Hour Enduro Race followed by a four Hour Enduro Race under lights commencing from 6pm till 10pm.
"Sunday - Racing will start at 9am with another four Hour Enduro to finish things off.
"All are invited to come along to the free entry event."
What's install for the weekend?
Championship leaders - Maverick Kart 58. Won first two rounds of the season leading into this round 3.
Defending series champs - Zenspeed kart 1
Defending Dubbo champs - Preston Hire Racing kart 15, winner of last 3 races at Dubbo.
B Grade class is currently lead by Preston Hire Racing kart 81. Top 6 in the B grade pointscore covered by only 16 points.
Championship leaders - Hoofhearted kart 99. Won first two rounds of the season leading into this round 3.
Defending series champs - St Croix kart 1
Pro-Axle karts always fast and ones to watch.
Champ class currently lead by Dieci Racing kart 70, by only 1 point over Five Four Engineering kart 54.
First time at Dubbo for 4SKA and first time under lights for TEKA.
Homebush Karts and Aussiespeed Performance Products who supply o Briggs and Stratton motors to the series.
Dubbo Regional Council and various club sponsors.
Timetable in brief.
4SKA: single engine 6 hour race, Saturday 10am to 4pm.
TEKA: twin engine race one 4 hours, Saturday night 6pm to 10pm.
TEKA: race two 4 hours, Sunday 10am to 2pm.