Hamilton Regional Kart Club

Local racing competition for the greater Hamilton area.

Hamilton Regional Kart Club (HRKC)

The HRKC is comprised of over 100 serious amateurs and seasoned veterans ranging in age from 8 to 65 and the HRKC welcomes new members interested in stepping up to the challenge of the faster pace, tougher competition and good sportsmanship of the HRKC.

The HRKC will make every effort to provide a friendly professional atmosphere and is dedicated to keeping the cost at an affordable level by enforcing the rules and regulations as written.

Photo of two go-kart drivers and their go-karts
Photo from an HRKC go-kart race

The CRKC – Canadian Rookie Karting Championship is an associated club of the HRKC that was founded by CMI in 1994 and today is one of the largest growing kart clubs in North America, with a membership of over 2000 active members. The Hamilton Regional Kart Club membership is comprised of interested rookies ranging in age from 9 to 65.

The club welcomes new members year round, promoting its Introductory Rookie Classes where everything is provided from the helmet to the high performance racing kart. The Rookie Class is a great way for racing enthusiasts to get involved in a racing series with little to no experience and where everything is provided in a safe and organized environment. For those who have some experience, or just want to step up their level of racing.

The Canadian Mini Indy (CMI) is the track owner and the administrator of all track and club activities with the understanding that ASN CANADA FIA is the sanctioning and governing body of Kartsport in Canada.

The Hamilton Regional Kart Club (HRKC) was established in 1982 and has a Rules & Disciplinary Committee that oversees the day-to-day operation of all club activity. The HRKC enforces a safety first – racing second attitude that is set out in the detailed Rules and Regulations package.

Photo from an HRKC go-kart race
Have more questions?

Contact the Canadian Mini Indy for more information.