Karama is a property situated north of Corowa, The owner Bob Jones had a keen interest in motor sport, Over time Bob began to build courses on his property.
The Corowa Motor Sports Club played a major role in the running of these various tracks.
1951 - WESTERN FRONT TRACK
In 1951 Bob Jones pegged out what he called the Western Front track, It wasn't until Febuary of 1953 after a few trial meetings that racing began at the Western Front. The track was a short circuit was a long straight, Racing classifications were simple, If its had a body, it was a sedan, If it had open wheels it was a racing car.
Terry Cornelius recalls: Two competitors I raced against were Bob Jones and Ian Izon. Admission was free, Only a few meetings were ever held at the track.
1952 - HORSE PADDOCK
By 1952 Bob had roughed out another track that he named "Horse Paddock"
1955 - PIPING PADDOCK
Racing returned to Karama on the 18th of September 1955 in the form of mud racing, Bob pegged out a circuit that he named "Piping Paddock"