OVKA Membership Information
Do you want to Join OVKA or become a Sponsor of a Race, Class or have your Comapny Banner flying at raceday?
Click the links below to learn more about OVKA and download the membership application and sponsorship forms. All links are in Adobe (pdf) format.
2021 OVKA Membership Application Form
2021 OVKA Pit Spot Reservation Form
Youth Sports Organizations Consussion Form
2021 OVKA Non-Attending Minor Release Form
2021 WKA Minor Release Form
OVKA By-Laws (Version 05-05-2020)
Want to save some time at the races?
Online pre-registration is now available. Go to RaceLaps.com and log in with your account. If you don't have an account, sign up for one and a password will be sent to you within 24 hours and then you can log in. Once you are in RaceLaps, you will see a link at the top that looks like a registration booth. Click there to register. You will be directed to Paypal for payment. You do not have to have a Paypal account as it will ask if you want to use a credit card or your Paypal credits when you get there. Entrants can put N/A in the membership ID field until such time as they come to the track and obtain their ID number. If you need to check the availability of a kart number, please contact Lynda Coombs at 513-293-6905 prior to pre-registering.
Printable Entry Forms
Fill out the registration form in a fillable PDF form, print them prior to arrival at the track.
2021 OVKA Entry Form - Fillable PDF
2021 OVKA Transponder Rental Agreement - Fillable PDF
Click Here for the Current OVKA Schedule.
G&J Kartway Track Configurations
Download a Printable (Adobe PDF) Track Configurations.
Click Here for the Current OVKA Rules.
OVKA Spec Fuel
All participants must use spec fuel and oil.
Fuel is available for purchase on race day at G&J Kartway. Purchase your fuel at registration and bring your receipt to the Fuel Depot located at the north end of the pits (behind the garages).
4-cycle Spec Fuel is Non-Ethanol 91 Octane Unleaded recreational fuel.
2-cycle Spec Fuel is Sunoco Standard 110 Octane leaded racing fuel.
2-cycle participants, except TaG, must use spec fuel with either:
-(4) ounces of Burris Castor and (4) ounces of Burris HiRev Blend, or
-(8) ounces of Redline Synthetic Oil per gallon of fuel, or
-(8) ounces of Motul Grand Prix 2T per gallon of fuel."
Approved Redline oils are Redline Two-Stroke Racing Oil and Redline Two-Stroke Kart Oil.
*TaG oil is 8 ounces per gallon of manufacturer’s recommended oil.
Click Here for the Current OVKA Points.
RaceLaps.com is the web site where you can find every one of your actual ran lap times, of every race you have entered. You can compaire your time with others in your class, print and save for future reference. This site is the third and final part of the OVKA timing system. Just click here to go directly to the RaceLaps.com web site. This is a free tool.
Results can also be view on Race Monitor. Click Here to view the results on Race Monitor.
Download a Printable (Adobe PDF) 2021 OVKA Class Structure
Upon arrival at the track, and before the event begins. Each Driver must have a "Pre Tech" inspection of each kart, helmet and racing suit to be entered by onsite pre tech personnel, located near the grid area before any driving begins. If there is an issue during pre tech, the driver must correct the issue before receiving the signed pre tech form from the pre tech personnel.
After passing pre tech and receiving the signed form from pre tech. It must be filled out completely. Do not forget the pit pass number and the transponder number. Sign the back of the form, if the driver is a minor an adult must sign the appropriate area on the back before the form is complete. You may also choose to purchase various other items such as fuel. Just fill out the appropriate areas on the form for these items.
Now the form is complete and can be taken to the scoring tower to enter the class. Below are the fees for entering a kart in one (1) class. Payment can be cash or check. If you purchased fuel you will be given one (1) receipt per each gallon purchased. Take you fuel can and receipt to the fuel pump area located in the north end of the open pit area.
$40 for driver's first kart class entry.
$25 for each additional kart class entry, entered by the same driver.
Non OVKA Members
$45 for driver's first kart class entry.
$40 for each additional kart class entry, entered by the same driver.
*See Rules page section 100 for more details
Practice Fees and Times at G&J Kartway
Track open daily from 9am to dark.
$10 per kart, $5 per extra driver.
Driver must have helmet, neck brace, jacket or suit, long pants, closed toe shoes, and gloves.
Stop at the front office to pay and sign release form.
Track will only be closed for practice if there is an event scheduled or repair is being performed.
**Fees and Available Practice Dates Subject to Change without notice, Please Call or Email G&J Kartway Ahead to Confirm Availability**
Pit Passes (armbands) are available for anyone who whishes to be in the pits or grid area during race day. This pass allows you to roam throughout the grounds and must me worn at all times on your wrist. It is purchased at the entrance gate for $10 per person cash only. The gate closes at the beginning of heat 3, in which entry is free.
OVKA has a limited number of Transponders available for rent. They are $10 per transponder per day. Mark you entry form accordingly.
The OVKA pit spots at G&J Kartway are going fast! Reserve your spot today! We have a new interactive pit spot map, see link below, to view which pit spots are available. Then download the 2020 Pit Spot Form, see link below, fill it out the form and mail along with the required payment to reserve your spot for the 2020 OVKA Season.
Any questions contact Josh:
Josh Johnson – (513) 377-1688 - email@example.com
2021 Pit Spot Form
2021 Interactive Pit Spot Aerial Map
Any other sanctioning body (WKA) or organization renting the track will institute their own rules and regulations in regards to parking. Please see those instructions provided by that sectioning body.
Parking Frequently Asked Questions
- Most of the pits spots are in the grassy areas.
- The non-reserved spots are first come first serve basis.
- Teams should attempt to not take up 2 pit spots if it can be avoided.
- You may need to unhitch to not intrude on another pit spot (Park your tow vehicle in the free parking area in the gravel drive.
- Best Practice is to be considerate to the other teams.
- Reserved parking, are reserved pits spots and are marked with “RESERVED” on them, only the paid team is permitted to park there during an OVKA event.
*Note Regarding the Interactive Map – The map will be updated when spots are reserved and a photo can be added to the map by email Josh the photo you want to include.
Spectator parking is available anywhere outside the open pit area or in the gravel area near the entrance gate building. This parking is free. There is a Free spectator bleacher located on the south side of the scoring tower. You can also walk on the outside of the fence at the south side of the track and get a view of the entire track and pit area. Additional spectator seating is available for the pit pass holders on the north side of the concession building. All pit passes must be wore on the wrist at all times.