The Orange Kart Club's 2019 South Pacific Titles trophy was deemed a success after the weekend's strong numbers and fast racing.
Locals hit the track at speed, with Brett Robinson claiming the senior performance heavy title and several Bathurst drivers claiming titles, including Brendan Colling and Henry McLandsborough winning senior performance light and junior performance respectively.
The Novice final results had Kobe McInerny finish in first, ahead of Orange local Charlie Curran and Jo Belardo, while Hayden Crossland claimed the junior light title ahead of Matt Hansford-Taylor and Reuben Ross.
The weekend also featured a re-naming of the straight to Sads' Straight, named after former Karting legend and long-term Orange Kart Club stalwart Ian Sadler, who died this year.
Race organiser Greg McLandsborough said he thought "everyone seemed to walk away pretty happy" from the weekend, with 85 contestants up on numbers from the previous two years of competition.
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