Cooper Jones and Ashlyn Clift in the KA3 combined with Tag Res Lights to make up the largest field of the day. Dylan Hewson had a good win in front of Luke Clee in the lights on his first time out with a new kart. Brayden Stewart and Cadence Florentinus had a good run in the Junior Lights.
KA4 Junior, Yet again these juniors were all super competitive. Having shown really good speed early on, Oscar Targett just came up short and brought it home in 5th. Having started on the front Ryan Newton was a favourite to bag a podium finish but he too just failed to get there and finished 4th. From a second row start it was Corsa apparel driver #58 of Annabelle Rolfo that came through to 3rd. After starting from pole the relative new comer to the class the #26 of Ethan Feather very nearly got a win and came home second! But what a magnificent drive from the #57 of Kurtis Tennant to eventually hunt down Feather take the lead and the win!
Summery conditions greeted the competitors at Round 2 of the Coach Design SKA Nationals held on November 3rd and 4th at Sydney Motorsport Park. Superkarts Australia shared headlines with the Formula Vee nationals providing close and exciting racing throughout the warm weekend.
Republished from Kartsportnews.com The official Team Australia race suit that will be used by our drivers at the Rotax Grand Finals in Brazil has been revealed. The suits have been custom made for each team member by OMP. The past 24-hours has also seen David Sera unveil the look of his custom outfit that he’ll use […]
“We could not have pulled this off without the support of racers, teams and shops around the world,” explained Garett Potter. “Even with the great location, track design and staff, it would all be for nothing without the support of each and every person in the paddock and they truly made the event what it was, and for this I can’t thank them all enough. We also need to recognize the staff and the major part they had in the success of our event. This team makes me look good every time we hit the track, and I can’t put into words how much I appreciate their dedication to making each event the best possible. Thank you to our event sponsors, OMP Racing and Bridgestone Tires, JOTECH Karting, Fittipaldi Wheels as well as ROK Cup Promotions, ROK Cup USA, and the management team behind the entire program. We cannot wait until the 2019 season kicks off in only eleven weeks’ time.”
Republished from Kartsportnews.com Anything kart racing…. WELL DONE JAC! – Queensland Pro Tour karter Jac Preston has received the Gold Coast Academy of Sport’s Male Athlete of the Year award for 2019. “Thank you to the Academy for the honor and for recognizing sports outside the mainstream” he wrote on social media. SUSPENDED – Racing activities […]
Republished from Kartsportnews.com Ringwood Kart Centre has been instrumental in the formation of the 4SS class in Victoria, promoting and establishing the class at Eastern Lions Kart Club. “Firmly believing in a low cost introductory class, we initially purchased 4 Torini engines of our own and assisted two of our customers to get up and running […]
Republished from Kartsportnews.com words by Andrew Hayes photos by Pace Images NOTE: full series points and series podium photos were posted after the event HERE The sixth, and final round of the all conquering DPE Victorian Country Series, has been run and won in two largely overcast days at Portland’s Yarraman Park Circuit. The final round attracted […]
Adam Kout (MS Kart / DEA) was on pole position after the second Qualifying session, fresh but drier, against Emmanuel Vinuales (MS Kart / VM). The two Germans Peter Elkmann (Anderson / VM) and Andreas Jost (Anderson / VM) had to settle for the second row.