The Sapphire Coast Kart Club will seek state government support for track extensions to help with racing and driver safety programs.
The club successfully hosted the NSW Karting titles over the weekend and club president Rob Motbey hopes to springboard from that to seek a lengthening of the course as well as a concrete pad for motorbike safety training.
"We don't just want money from the government to make racing better, but we want to be able to run more driver training programs out there to prevent deaths on the road and teach kids the proper way," Mr Motbey said.
The Frogs Hollow track has already been home to the RYDA youth driver program for more than 10 years and Mr Motbey hoped an extension could see the programs expanded to even more learning drivers.
Mr Motbey said the kart club circuit already provides a technical layout where a number of scenarios can be illustrated, but extensions could mean an increase in the driver programs that could be held.
More than 4000 students have taken part in the RYDA course with schools spanning the Far South Coast getting behind the program, which includes demonstrations as well as practical workshops for teen drivers aimed at increasing their awareness on the roads.
The club will also seek the provision of a 50metre by 20metre pad to be able to host the Stay Upright program for learning motorbike riders.
"That program doesn't get a run on the Far South Coast because we don't have a facility."
He said the organisers of the program operate out of Queanbeyan and had already registered an interest in running the course on the Far South Coast if a plot existed for it.
"If we can supply them with a facility it's a no-brainer."
In some areas of NSW the course is a critical step for L plate bike riders to advance to their provisional licence, but was not easily accessible to people on the Far South Coast.
Like the RYDA driver program, the Stay Upright program has a long history of providing critical thinking and safety instruction for riders on the road, off-road or on a circuit.