We are looking for a group of people to run the kart racing
association at Lombardy.
If you are self motivated and organized this is a awesome
opportunity,we need a president ,secretary, treasurer and many other volunteers to set up and run a new program at Lombardy Raceway Park.
You dont have to be a racer if you are retired and looking for
something to do this can be a rewarding experience,all the leg work and infrastructure is in place and we just need the people to help.
A public meeting will be held at the end of January(time and place to be determined) and we will discuss the future of Karting in Eastern Ontario and see what we can do to make it great again.
If you are interested please email your contact info to
So it's the end of another successful season and planning is underway for next season.
So the question here is what would racers like to see for next season in Eastern Ontario ????
Please keep this positive and keep in mind this is just for curiosity sake.
The winners of the 2017 Canadian Tire Eastern Ontario Karting Championships were announced at the Lombardy Karting Association Annual Banquet held in Smiths Falls, Ontario on Saturday, October 14. Trophies were presented to the top go-kart drivers in three classes. These were the high point scorers after nine races held at the association’s kart track at the Lombardy Fairgrounds outside of Smiths Falls.
In the Novice Class, ages 7-11, Linkin Stevens of Perth, Ontario was first, Jake McNeely from Kinburn, Ontario came second and McNeely’s younger brother, Wyatt third. Wyatt McNeely was also crowned “Rookie of the Year”.
The Junior Class, ages 11-15, winner was Alex Gutknecht from Greely, Ontario. Zander Stevens of Perth, Ontario came second and Denver Craig from Carp, Ontario was third. Gutknecht was also named “Sportsman of the Year”. In presenting the Sportsman Trophy, Lombardy Karting President Gord Costello told the audience, “‘Sportsman’ means: not whining, not getting mad at your dad, not blaming your kart and not bumping other drivers off the track.”
The Senior Spec Racer Champion was Todd Ceasar. Trevor Ceasar came second and James Smith was third; all from Perth, Ontario.
Junior driver Matt Lavelle of Kingston, Ontario was presented with the “Most Improved Driver” trophy.
The winner of the Canadian Tire Toolbox was drawn at the banquet. Raffle tickets were sold during the season and the money raised was used to send three Lombardy Karting drivers to the Canadian National Go-Karting Championships in Toronto. Trevor Ceasar of Perth, Ontario held the winning ticket.
A big Lombardy Karting thank you to Canadian Tire Smiths Falls for being the association’s season sponsor and to the sponsors of the individual races as well as the supporters and participants during the year.
Trophies were presented to Canadian Tire Eastern Ontario Go-Kart Champions at the Lombardy Karting Association Banquet on Saturday, October 14, 2017. Novice Class winners (L to R), Linking Stevens, Perth, Ontario, first; Jake McNeely, Kinburn, Ontario, second; and Wyatt McNeely, third.
The high scoring Junior Drivers at the Lombardy Karting Association Annual Banquet were (L to R) Alex Gutknecht from Greely, Ontario. Zander Stevens of Perth, Ontario, Matt Lavelle, Kingston, Ontario, Roslyn Craig and Brayden Cooley, both from Smiths Falls, Ontario.
The winning drivers of the Senior Spec Class in the Canadian Tire Eastern Ontario Go-Kart Championships (L to R) were Todd Ceasar, Trevor Ceasar and James Smith, all from Perth, Ontario.
Issac Cayen, (centre) son of Canadian Tire Smiths Falls Owner Joe Cayen (right), draws the winner of the tool box donated by Canadian Tire. Gord Costello, (left) president of Lombardy Karting Association, looks on. Trevor Ceasar of Perth, Ontario was the prize winner.