Decimal Degrees: 51.0235° N, 113.3542° W
Degrees/Min/Sec: 51°01’24.74″ N, 113°21’15.31″ W
Degrees Minutes: 51°01.41′ N, 113°21.25′ W
Directions from Calgary:
– East on the Trans Canada (HWY-1) to Strathmore.
– Proceed through the town to the traffic light at the Co-Op.
– At the top of the small hill ahead (~1km) is Range Road 250
– Turn right (South) on Range Road 250
– Please respect our neighbours who have livestock. (SPEED LIMIT IS 30 Km/h)
– Go 1 km and the track entrance is on the right.
Event & Practice (T&T) Registration
Mandatory Fuel Supplier
Fuel for karts must be purchased from the following retailer in order to pass technical inspection:
Strathmore Petro Canada
604 Westmount Road
Spec fuel for all classes is Petro Canada Premium (a.k.a. “Super”) taken from the highest-numbered operating pump. The station is on the North side of the Trans Canada at the Western edge of Strathmore.
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 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.
The official accommodation partner of the CKRC is the Travelodge Strathmore.
Mention “LKGK” when booking to receive our preferred rate on a Standard Room.
350 Ridge Road
Phone: (403) 901-0000
In the event that our partner hotel is full, Strathmore has a number of other hotels just a short drive from the track. A list can be found here
The CKRC BBQ Shack is open (on race days) with great food, drinks and a shady place with tables and chairs. The town of Strathmore is only a few minutes away by car and has a full compliment of restaurants and grocery stores.
Tires: Until further notice, you may leave used kart tires at the facility beside the blue compressor shack.
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 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)
The west paddock area is still being developed and it is unclear as to how suitable certain areas are for large/heavy vehicles such as RV’s. Visitors 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. There are no shower facilities available.
Licensing & Rules
The CKRC was an ASN Canada affiliate club. Drivers are reminded to be prepared to present relevant licenses and membership documents. It is suggested that all drivers have a copy of the ASN regulations as well as the CKRC supplemental regulations. Any driver unable to produce the required documents may be charged a day membership fee or be denied a spot on the grid.
The CKRC is a volunteer-run club. Karting is a family sport. Drivers are responsible for their conduct and that of their mechanics/parents/children/guests. ANY abuse – verbal or otherwise – of any volunteer or official at any time is grounds for disqualification from race events and/or other sanctions including ejection from the premises, race bans, lifetime bans.
All participants are expected to adhere to the CKRC Code of Conduct