Teams

#7 Team Seven 73

#7 Team Seven 73

Dan Nystrom & David Tenaglia

Kart number 7 in a 2 kart team boasts the new Maverick Chassis for the 2019 assault on the championship. Both Dan & David have shown great pace signaling to the field that the will be a team to watch in 2019

Team Seven 73 was established in 2018 when 2 teams, BD Racing and Colonial Patio’s, merged into 1. The team will again this year have sponsorship from Nundah Mitsubishi, Norris Motor Group and Colonial Patio’s.

The team is fortunate enough to have the support of team mechanic & Pit Guru Mikey Dwan.

#15 Outback Racing

#15 Outback Racing

Chris Anderson, Donny George, Jordan Kingham & Matt Neil

Ouback racing is small team based out of Kingaroy. The team is gaining pace year by year as they get their heads around the grueling demands of endurance racing. Heading in the right direction, their time will come. 2019 could be the year of the Outback!

#73 Team Seven 73

#73 Team Seven 73

Mark Keiler, Nick Hobbs & Brock Thornton

Kart #73 has shown in recent years that with a trouble free run they can match it with the best. This year will be no exception as they begin their journey in the 2019 SEK Qld series.

Team Seven 73 was established in 2018 when 2 teams, BD Racing and Colonial Patio’s, merged into 1. The team will again this year have sponsorship from Nundah Mitsubishi, Norris Motor Group and Colonial Patio’s.

The team is fortunate enough to have the support of team mechanic & Pit Guru Mikey Dwan.

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#10 TFR

#10 TFR

Zac Walvin & James McLaren


The number 10 is synonymous with hard, fair racing. 5 times Best & Fairest winners are consistently knocking on the door of the top 3 positions finishing top 5 in almost every race.

Zac Walvin & James McLaren are no strangers to winning having accomplished excellent results in other classes of racing. The TFR team has a never say die attitude as evidenced by a 100% finish rate in endurance racing.

#12 JLA Racing

#12 JLA Racing

Adam Brigggs, James Munro & Aaron DeLuca

This year team JLA Racing has seen solid improvement catapulting them to the front of the pack on many occasions. The team has the right attitude to get the job done and this years new chassis has performed flawlessly for them.

All members of the team has shown grit and determination this year to be real top 5 contenders at every round. JLA are a team to watch in 2019.

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#27 Hollywood Motorsport

#27 Hollywood Motorsport

Ben Wood, Brendan Shambrook

Hollywood Motorsports – Two newcomers to the SEK QLD Series Ben and Brendan liken themselves to sporty Clydesdales and will be happy in season 2019 to finish as many races as possible whilst trying to move out of the lantern rouge position. To follow their  journey search ‘SEKQ27’ on Instagram.

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#66 Force Phantom

#66 Force Phantom

Simon Ham & Scott Pearce

The Force Phantom team have been at the top of their game for some years now, often taking the top step of the podium and almost always finishing top 3. Their consistency is at the forefront of their success coupled with outright sheer pace when needed. Clinical kart preparation from team principal Simon Ham has seen the team rarely have an mechanical issues.

2018 has been a hard fought year for Force Phantom with the championship firmly in sight only to be snatched away in the dying stages of the season. Can new team driver Scott Pearce provide what they need to regain the top step.

#95 CNH Warspeed

#95 CNH Warspeed

Craig Nissen & Hayden Nissen

Father and son team of Craig & Hayden Nissen are no strangers to the podium. These fierce but fair racers are almost always top 3 and the top step of the podium is a familiar place for them. Many teams consider them the benchmark in the series.

Supported by team manager Kerrie Nissen running the strategy and keeping the boys in check, there’s no surprise every other team has their eyes firmly on CNH.