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CRG Wins in Vegas With Logan

The winner of three editions (i.e. 2014, 2016 and 2017) Paolo De Conto has been particularly unlucky this time around, as he had to retire from the Final due to an incident following another incident that affected one of his qualifying heats. That was a pity as De Conto had secured the third time in qualifying, being only 0.020s off the pole position time. Benjamin Tornqvist also had to stop after posting the ninth time in qualifying, while alongside the fifth place of Kyle Wick in KZ, other highlights of the race for CRG were the eighth place obtained by Matt Jaskol and the 11th of Brian Keck.

SQ Series Wraps Up at Warwick

Thanks to DPE Kart Superstore Queensland for providing 5 x random prize draw packs worth over $150 each. Also thanks to Lake Leslie Tourist Park for providing an accommodation voucher to be given out as a random prize, and to all the officials/volunteers/emergency services/canteen and assistants on the weekend – it was a cracker!

Stony Creek Club Day

Republished from Kartsportnews.com Stony Creek Go Kart Club, November 11 club race day. all photos by Steve Dansie Results (total points for the day): 125 Heavy 1 Steve Rubinic 2 Scott Armstrong 3 Tim McGinley 125 Light 1 Kosta Darras 2 Rob Patterson 3 Glenn Forsyth Cadet 12 1 Cadet Ambrose 2 Charlie Nash 3 Lewis […]

The Kiwis In Las Vegas

Spearheading the challenge this year is Christchurch-based kart international Matthew Hamilton who was the top Kiwi finisher at the 21st SuperNationals meeting a year ago, claiming fourth overall in the premier US domestic S1 class. This year Hamilton is one of 20 entrants in the top US-based category, Pro Shifter, and is rated a top five prospect.

Aussies Invade Vegas

Australia has two drivers defending the crowns they won in 2017 with Queenslander Kris Walton returning in the X30 Masters class while Sydney-sider Joshua Car, who is this year based in America competing in the US Formula 4 Series, will defend his X30 Senior title.

IAME’s Next Screamer

IAME says Screamer III is lighter, more tightly packaged, has a new design crankcase and “boasts innovative cylinder concepts, performing solutions applied in the new generation OK/OKJ engines and sets a new benchmark in its class”.