Republished from kartsportnews
Pro Karting traveled to Emerald Kart Club in Queensland for round 4 of the AKC championship over the last weekend.
The team enjoyed another great weekend that included fastest laps, heat race wins, 2 front row final starts and was highlighted by victory in the Cadet 12 class by Kristian Janev.
Kristian Janev has had back to back round wins in arguably the most competitive class in Cadet 12 over the past weekend in Emerald to move into second position in the championships fight.
Ben Munro has had his best qualifying positing in 9th but had some misfortune and tough racing through the heats. Ben would move forward from 21st in the final to 17th and produces lap time to put him in the top 5.
Bradley Majman also has his best qualifying in 14th. Bradley raced hard and got involved in other people incidents and would eventually finish 31st however showed really good speed at times.
Joe Fawcett qualified in 6th position in KA4. Joe produced a couple of fastest laps during the heats but would encounter some unlucky incidents ,but did manage to finish 10th in the final after being push off at the start of the final while lapping the same speed as the leaders.
Jason Pringle was the best placed TAG driver in 5th position in the final after starting from 10th. He would consistently move forward each heat showing his experience and speed to finish strongly.
Ben Taylor had a very competitive weekend considering it was his first time on the track. Ben would qualify in 19th and race hard through the heats to end up 16th in the final and produce his best final performance of the year.
Adam Lindstrom ended the final in 17th after a fouled spark plug at a mid race restart that cost him a certain podium and possible victory. Adam had 2 heat wins and fastest laps over the weekend which has kept the championship alive, sitting in 3rd only 5 points from the lead.
Declan Somers has had his best finish in this years AKC in the X30 class. Declan qualified in 20th. A couple of heat incident didn’t hamper his final and he moved from 21st to 16th and produce some very competitive lap times. A credit to him as he hadn’t been to emerald prior to the event at all.
The team now turns its focus to City of Melbourne Titles held at Todd Road where we will be supporting up to 15 driver from all across Australia and New Zealand.
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