Republished from kartsportnews
by Andrew Hayes, AHR Media
South West Kart Club, based in the small dairy farming town of Cobden, Victoria, has played host to one of the biggest Victorian Country Series meetings in the history of the series. The event boasted 259 entries, as drivers battled the elements on and off track.
The 966 metre Cobden Park Raceway circuit has many different elements, providing drivers with a challenge regardless of the weather conditions.
Saturday qualifying was cloudy but dry, but come Sunday morning a solid “sea mist” would settle in for good midway through heat one.
The racing was superb despite the conditions, and spectators were treated to some good hard racing, especially in the larger fields.
- full results from Cobden on speedhive HERE
- lots more photos on Pace Images’ Facebook, Saturday and Sunday
KA4 JUNIOR LIGHT (17
Christian Cowie dominated the opening two rounds of VCS and
therefore it was no great surprise to see the 15 kart taking pole position once
again at Cobden. Cowie’s time of 44.674 led a hotly contested field, Jake
Santalucia clinching second just ahead of Kobi Williams, Matthew Domaschenz and
Heat 1 was once again a lights to flag win for Cowie, as the track conditions proved more treacherous than they looked from the pits. Cowie and the majority of the field were on wets, Farrell proving his wet credentials with second place and the fastest lap. Domaschenz home in third ahead of Jake Krasna and Santalucia. Williams first home on slicks in fourteenth.
FASTEST LAP: Jarred Farrell 53.338
Domaschenz grabbed the lead of Heat 2 on the opening lap and
held sway for the opening few laps until a determined Williams surged from
fourteenth to the lead! But his reign would be short lived as he battled
apparent engine issues that sent him spiralling down the order to twelfth. This
allowed Domaschenz to regain the lead, where he stayed until the finish. Cowie
was 3.162 seconds behind, ahead of Brodie Thomson who was rising to the
challenge in third. Krasna and Santalucia held sway to round out the top five.
Remarkably, the ailing Williams snatched the fastest lap on the last circulation!
FASTEST LAP: Kobi Williams 53.571
Domaschenz showed the class he meant business in the final,
grabbing an early lead that he would never relinquish. Cowie and Thomson both
spent time in second place before the undeniable Williams took over the position
mid race. Thomson grabbed the final podium spot after qualifying a lower than
expected tenth. Cowie took fourth, ending his unbeaten streak, ahead of
Harrison Campbell who had his best run of the day.
FASTEST LAP: Kobi Williams 55.301
Domaschenz, 2nd Kobi Williams, 3rd Brodie Thomson
CADET 12 (38 Entries)
Huge numbers in Cadet 12 meant that the field would not be all on track together in qualifying and heats, as they qualified in odds and evens and then ran the oversubscribed alphabet. Tyce Hodge was the head of the queue from the opening qualifying session and then had to sit and wait as his time (47.186) was tested by the second group. In the end, Hodge’s time stood up and he was rewarded with pole. Jesse Lacey and Cadel Ambrose filled second and third from the second group, whilst Lochlan Farrell and Rusty Ponting filled fourth and fifth after competing in the opening session.
Hodge and Ambrose got away well in the A v C heat race,
filling those positions until lap three when the Australian Champion Harry
Arnett stormed past on his way to a comprehensive victory. Arnett had qualified
fifteenth, started this heat from tenth, and went on to win by a staggering 7.9
seconds in the wet conditions. Leo Iannella also provided an outstanding drive
in this heat as he charged from fourteenth to fourth on the opening lap before
settling in second place. Ben Holliday started and finished third, but dropped
back to fifth in the middle stint of the race. Hodge and Ambrose settled for
fourth and fifth.
FASTEST LAP: Harry Arnett 54.944
Ambrose returned to the front in the B v C race taking an
all the way win over Lacey. Lacey only grabbed that spot on the final lap as
Brad Majman became a factor, running second before finishing third. Arnett
continued his strong form, moving from ninth at the start to finish in fourth
ahead of Angus Hall. Hall started fourth, dropped as low as tenth and then
recovered for fifth.
FASTEST LAP: Jesse Lacey 47.751
Kristian Janev shot to the lead on the opening lap of A v B,
and held that position for the remainder of the race, despite a spirited chase
from Lacey in second. Peter Bouzinelos was the best of the rest in third after
a strong drive forward from tenth, likewise Xavier Avramides who moved from
thirteenth the fourth. Caleb Spence started and finished fifth, but not before
dropping a few spots mid race.
FASTEST LAP: Kristian Janev 56.575
The massive 36 kart field rolled out for the final, Lacey
and Arnett at the head of the field. Their stories took different turns from
there, as Arnett took all before him putting on a masterclass to win, whilst
Lacey was out without competing a lap as he spun off on the final corner of the
opening stanza. Ianella continued his good form as he moved from fifth to
secure a deserved second, whilst Avramides grabbed the final podium spot in
third. Ambrose greeted the flag in fourth after dropping as low as twentieth.
Zach Findlay continued the theme of the hard chargers, moving from twenty first
to fifth on the opening lap, before holding fourth and settling for fifth.
FASTEST LAP: Harry Arnett 57.501
Arnett, 2nd Leo Iannella, 3rd Xavier Avramides
TAG HEAVY (14
After splitting the spoils with his brother Adam in the opening two events, it was Scott King who laid down the marker (43.844) in qualifying for Tag Heavy. But a new challenger emerged as Billy Westerveld scored second place, hot on the heels of King in his step up from the restricted classes. Glenn Croxford didn’t repeat his pole from 2018, snaring third ahead of Aaron Jackson and Adam King.
Scott got away well in the opening heat, leading the early
stages before Westerveld pounced for the lead on lap four. Westerveld had
already seen off a challenge from Croxford, before making his move on King.
Croxford then had a charging Beau Humphrey to deal with, a battle Croxford
eventually won. Westerveld the winner by just over a second to Scott, Croxford,
Humphrey and an improving Nikola Schmidt.
FASTEST LAP: Glenn Croxford 50.730
Croxford put together an opening two laps in heat two that
would rival any others of the day. His on edge driving proving blisteringly
fast and spectacular but ultimately not sustainable. The methodical Scott King
worked his way back to the lead, as Westerveld drifted down through the field
to eighth. Croxford would not go unrewarded, holding on for a comfortable
second ahead of Humphrey and VCS returnee Dylan Collett. Adam King regained his qualifying position of
FASTEST LAP: Scott King 51.655
Scott King put on a superlative performance in the final,
operating at a different level to his competitors. King’s ability to adapt to
all conditions proving a major factor in his victory. Once again it would be
Croxford who would emerge as King’s major threat, however he had a relatively
lonely race with King drove off into the distance. Humphrey ended up off track
at railway corner on the opening lap, thwarting his challenge, Bjorn
Schultheiss enjoying a run from ninth to third to claim the final trophy.
Jackson’s wet hussle got him up to fourth position ahead of the consistent Adam
FASTEST LAP: Scott King 51.921
King, 2nd Glenn Croxford, 3rd Bjorn Schultheiss
KA3 JUNIOR (12
Defending KA4 Light series champion Nicholas Sacco made a welcome return to VCS racing, upstaging the establishment to take pole position (44.206) as the top nine drivers were separated by half a second. Series regulars Jaxon Johnstone and Isaac Woodhouse were less than a tenth off pole in second and third ahead of Portland winner Ethan Bray and Bronson Boult.
Sacco made a great start and was looking likely to go with
it in heat two, but nobody told Johnstone that. Continuing to put the pressure
on Sacco, his opportunity came on the penultimate lap, and he made the most of
it to win the heat ahead of Sacco. Boult drove well to quietly move from sixth
up to third early in the race and set himself in that position. Woodhouse
crossed the line in fourth but was subject to a post race penalty that pushed
him down to tenth. Two of the drives of the race belonged to Ethan Brown and
James Lodge as they moved from tenth and eleventh to fourth and fifth.
FASTEST LAP: Jaxon Johnstone 50.420
Johnstone made lighter work of the second heat, assuming the
lead on the opening lap and never relinquishing it. He appeared to be in the
zone, as he and the kart looked completely in sync as he stormed to a 4.7
second win. Sacco also maintained his position from the opening heat, recording
a solid second place finish. Continuing to improve from being the lowest
qualifier, Lodge put himself in the top three with another superb race. Brown
raced well again to fourth, ahead of Sam Davies, who made his first appearance
in the top five.
FASTEST LAP: Jaxon Johnstone 52.841
The opening lap of the final was dramatic as Sacco grabbed
the lead, Johnstone slipped down to fourth place, and Brown found himself with
mechanical issues, eventually retiring after two laps. The charge of Lodge was
also over on lap three. Sacco decided enough was enough and drove the rest of
the field into the ground with an absolutely sublime performance, operating
more than a second a lap faster than his nearest competitor. Boult was next
home after a lonely race in second, putting together a solid points haul for
the series. Johnstone had to settle for third position after a weekend of top
shelf driving, ahead of Bray and Davies.
FASTEST LAP: Nicholas Sacco 52.675
Nicholas Sacco, 2nd Bronson Boult, 3rd Jaxon Johnstone
MASTERS (24 Entries)
Great numbers again in the Masters class and the veteran racers didn’t disappoint with more excellent racing. Victorian State Champion Glenn Riddell was the man to beat in qualifying (45.015), just pipping Warrnambool pole sitter Peter Gigis. Third place belonged to the standout from Portland, Phil Smith. Stephen Marshall and Leon Forrest started their campaigns well in fourth and fifth.
Several battles simmered throughout heat one and one of them
at the head of the pack. Riddell and Gigis spent the majority of the race in
close proximity, Gigis eventually grabbing the lead on lap six and breaking
away to win by 3 seconds in the rain. Ash Mitchell made a good start and
engaged Smith before on coming out on top for third at the line. Carl Gibson
completed the top five.
FASTEST LAP: Peter Gigis 47.572
From Chocolates to boiled lollies for Gigis in heat two as
he lost a wheel in the roll around and failed to take his place on the front
row. Several of the leading contenders come unstuck during a frenetic opening
lap, which saw Vern Kranz come from ninth to the lead in a near perfect first
lap. Kranz showed he would be a force to be reckoned with, winning by 6.5
seconds. Ron Taylor also made the most of the start, moving up to second, a
position he never gave up. Smith showed the precision that we have become
accustomed to, dropping as low as eighth on his way to third. Fourth across the
line was Matt Crane, ahead of Leon Forrest who was up to fifth after starting
FASTEST LAP: Phil Smith 53.234
Smith and Kranz led the field away for the final and their
fortunes would take different paths from there. Kranz would not repeat his
stunning display from heat two as he slid down the order to tenth on the
opening lap, whilst Smith took the lead. Smith would go on to win his second
consecutive round, and ensure he sits at the top of the series points table.
Gigis recovered to salvage second after a potential dominant weekend went
begging, leading home John Page, who came through the field like a missile from
twelfth. Mitchell worked his way into fourth, holding off Andrew Stubbs in
FASTEST LAP: John Page 53.349
Smith, 2nd Peter Gigis, 3rd John Page
TAG LIGHT (26
Tag Light qualifying was simply sensational. Every lap shook up the order, as the top 22 drivers operated within a second of each other. At the completion of the session it was the multiple Australian Champion James Sera who sat at the head of the queue (43.088). Second place also belonged to a former Australian Champion, as Mark Domaschenz held off V8 star Nick Percat in third. Returning local star Kyle Rethus locked in for fourth ahead of round one winner Ben Delaney.
Sera made the best of the start of heat one, as Domaschenz
and Rethus fell down the order. Delaney slotted in behind Sera at the end of
the opening lap and they continued in that order until the chequered. Jordan
Rae and Luke Fong came from outside the top ten to finish third and fourth in
another fantastic display of skill. Percat looked set to finish inside the top
five until a loose rear bumper curtailed his race. Sam Downing picked up fifth
after dropping as low as eighth.
FASTEST LAP: Kyle Rethus 44.175
Heat two was once again a story of massive movement as several drivers charged to the front of the field. Sera didn’t fit into that category as he held sway at the front for the full 8 laps, to put himself in the perfect position for the final. Jake Spencer made his run in this heat, moving from second to seventh, ahead of fastest lap getter Kyle Rethus, who drove from tenth to third. Undoubtedly the drive of the race belonged to Percat, as he powered from twenty first to fourth in a show of pure class. Nathan Williams home in fifth after slipping to twelfth at the start.
FASTEST LAP: Kyle Rethus 51.588
The start of the final was highlighted by Fong pulling a big move to overtake the front row starters and lead the opening circulation. Sera began to drift down the order as Downing assumed the lead on lap two, before going on to seal a classy win. Spencer also cleared Fong for second, the latter holding third for a couple of laps before an unfortunate demise at Railway corner. Percat had to be enjoying his day as again he put in a strong performance to move from twelfth to third. Fourth belonged to Cobden’s favourite son, Rethus who finished just ahead of Williams.
FASTEST LAP: Nick Percat 51.522
Downing, 2nd Jake Spencer, 3rd Nick Percat
KA4 JUNIOR HEAVY (20
Toby Waghorn was proudly wearing his new blue plate, and
quickly added a VCS pole position to his resume. His time of 46.312 was 0.3
seconds clear of Riley Jabke, who also put in a stellar performance. Third went
to one of the usual suspects in Johnny Hill, ahead of another of the local
stars, Max Fahey. The all-conquering Josh D’Ambrosio had to settle for fifth in
a below par performance for the dominant driver of the opening rounds.
Lights to flag for Waghorn in heat one, as he looked to
stamp his authority on the class for the weekend. Jabke and Hill consolidated
their positions from qualifying, despite having to work back to the front after
dropping down the order at the start. D’Ambrosio had held second for the
majority of the race, but slipped to sixth in an action packed final lap. Sam
Davies and Seth Burton moved into the top five to finish fourth and fifth
FASTEST LAP: Josh D’Ambrosio 47.834
Again it was Waghorn who checked out in heat two and took
another lights to flag victory. Hill and Burton took up second and third
positions for the majority of the race before D’Ambrosio showed his resolve to
move past both for second. Liam Pollard moved into fifth on lap two and hung on
until the end.
FASTEST LAP: Josh D’Ambrosio 53.777
Waghorn lined up on the pole position as he looked to do the
business in the final and clench a deserved round win, however D’Ambrosio
hadn’t read the script. On the opening lap, the already two time round winner
made his way from fourth to the lead and was never headed as he drove away to a
comfortable win. Hill started second, finished second and held the position
throughout, leaving Waghorn to lament a lost opportunity, yet claim a strong
podium finish in third place. Jabke finished his weekend in fourth after being
strong early on, ahead of Josh Horder who claimed his best result in the final.
FASTEST LAP: Josh D’Ambrosio 54.661
D’Ambrosio, 2nd Johnny Hill, 3rd Toby Waghorn
VIC COMBINED LIGHT
Qualifying is always extremely close in Combined Light, and
this round was to be no exception, with the top ten within half a second. When
the clock stopped it was David Menzel snatching a breakthrough pole position (44.283)
Second place went to Lachie Swayn, who took a big pole position earlier this
season at Warrnambool. Defending series champ Joseph Clough was third, ahead of
Jordan Sanderson, whose P plates were a bit of a smoke screen for his
abilities. The ever present Andrew Sotiropoulos grabbing fifth.
A frenetic opening lap of heat one saw Sotiropoulos rise to the top of the tree and he stayed there for the full journey. Sanderson showed he was going to mix in the front pack making some nice moves to grab second ahead of Swayn, Menzel and Mitchell Sutej in fifth.
FASTEST LAP: Lachie Swayn 44.854
Sotiropoulos put himself in the best possible position,
adding the heat two win to his collection. This one didn’t come easy, as an
inspired Aidan Solomon motored from eleventh to second in emphatic style,
chasing Sotiropoulos to the line. Also on the move was Terry Rankin, fourteenth
to third a fine effort. Jono McKean and Jeremy Kiensrod rounded out the top
FASTEST LAP: Aidan Solomon 52.418
The final offered Sotiropoulos the opportunity to get the
set of wins, and he did just that. But it wasn’t an easy victory by any means,
as Rankin once again emerged from tenth to the rear of the leader in just two
laps. The speedway racer piled on the pressure, but come up short to the man
who had been the benchmark most of the weekend. McKean capitalised on his
strong form, adding another third to his result from Portland. Solomon had his
best weekend of the series, narrowly missing the podium in fourth. Clough’s
final was largely uneventful on his way to fifth.
FASTEST LAP: Terry Rankin 52.488
Sotiropoulos, 2nd Terry Rankin, 3rd Jono McKean
KA3 Senior Light (30
A very strong field of KA3 Light assembled for the third round of the series, and qualifying was critical with the top 18 karts within a second. Joel MacPherson laid down the quick time (43.845) in an entertaining session, leading home Jack Bell and Corey Herbertson in a Tonykart 1-2-3. Jobe Stewart continued to make an impression after a strong run in Portland, taking fourth ahead of improving Warrnambool youngster Nick Ryan.
The opening heat went the way of Bell, as he had a
comfortable win. Behind him, Stewart and MacPherson battled throughout, with
Stewart eventually getting the upper hand. Bryce Woollard again showed he’s a
racer, finishing up five spots in fourth. Nathan Williams is never out of the
picture and he was lurking in fifth.
FASTEST LAP: Corey Herbertson 44.184
A wetter heat two greeted the drivers, but it didn’t dampen
the momentum of Bell as he continued to do what he does best, winning
comfortably. Best of the rest was again Stewart, the young South Aussie
building a fair handle on the wet conditions. Woollard continued to race well,
moving up to third, ahead of another gun wet weather driver, Jaxson Cox.
Herbertson worked himself back into the top five to grab fifth.
FASTEST LAP: Jack Bell 51.843
The final was a very busy but fantastic race, as conditions
worsened, the field spread themselves further around the track. Bell once again
got away well and led comfortably, until the pendulum began to swing mid race
as Stewart began to give chase. The combination of lapped karts, and a
seemingly ailing kart, had Bell losing up to a second a lap to Stewart, who
could see the job at hand. After leading by several seconds, Bell started the
final circulation just under a second ahead of Stewart, and by the time they
reached the infield corners they were nose to tail. Bell blocked into the final
turn as Stewart had a huge lunge, the result being the two karts exiting the
final corner side by side, however Stewart was sliding whilst Bell was driving
off the turn. A spectator’s delight. Cox filled the final spot on the podium,
after briefly grabbing second at the start after coming from eighth. Williams
and Herbertson again in the points in fourth and fifth.
FASTEST LAP: Jack Bell (52.014)
Bell, 2nd Jobe Stewart, 3rd Jaxson Cox
KA3 SENIOR MEDIUM (12
The Depth of KA3 Medium continues to grow and several inclusions this season have only added to the mix. KA4 Junior Heavy defending series champ Daniel Hookway was the fastest man in qualifying (44.459), adding a senior pole to his list of junior achievements. Hot on his heels were Mitch Mackay and Remo Luciani, both looking ominous. Newly crowned Victorian Champ Taine Venables locked down fourth ahead of impressive youngster Ryan Cook.
Heat one belonged to Hookway, as the young gun showed the
field how it was done, winning by 2.4 seconds. Luciani assumed second place on
the opening circulation, and had to fight hard to hold onto it as he came under
fire from Mackay, who would settle for third. Venables and Cook retained their
positions in the top five.
FASTEST LAP: Mitch Mackay 44.654
Hookway and Luciani plummeted down the order at the start of
heat two, Hookway worst affected as he struggled to rebound, eventually
finishing eleventh. This opened the door for Mackay and Venables to take up the
front running, staging an enthralling battle, which eventually went the way of
Mackay by a tiny margin. Chris Thomas ran strongly to claim third with
improving speed, ahead of the consistent Cook and recovering Luciani.
FASTEST LAP: Taine Venables 52.226
The final looked set for an interesting battle, as several
different drivers appeared to have optimum speed in different conditions. But
it was Mackay who brought his A game, delivering a 3.1 second victory after
threatening in the preceding two rounds. Venables was a spirited second place,
capping another strong weekend. Third place was held for many laps by Hookway,
but went the way of Todd Chambers, who had remarkably been outside the top five
all weekend. Thomas and Luciani renewed their on track rivalry in fourth and
FASTEST LAP: Mitch Mackay 52.259
1st Mitch Mackay, 2nd Taine Venables, 3rd Todd Chambers
VIC COMBINED HEAVY (7
Despite not forming for the previous round in Portland, the Combined Heavy class was back on track at Cobden. Backing up his pole from the previous year’s event was Brett Jenkin (46.302). Aldo Distefano made a return to VCS racing and was in the thick of it in second place. The twins from Echuca, Peter Sloan and Martin Golledge were third and fourth, ahead of Steven Kemp in fifth.
Distefano got the better of the start of heat one and led
until just after the halfway mark, when Jenkin made the decisive move for the
win. Mick Angwin returned to the kind of form we expect of him after a below
par qualifying to finish in third. Sloan had a lonely race for fourth, whilst
Golledge fought off Kemp for fifth.
FASTEST LAP: Mick Angwin 46.796
Angwin had well and truly worked himself back into form by
the time heat two came around in properly wet conditions. In undoubtedly the
biggest margin of the weekend, Angwin absolutely annihilated the opposition to
win by a staggering 21.2 seconds, leading Golledge as the only other driver on
the lead lap. Jenkin finished third despite his poor tyre condition, likewise
Distefano in fourth. Jason Kilcullen circulated cautiously to take fifth.
FASTEST LAP: Mick Angwin 55.063
The final was another slower race in wet conditions, however
the form runner was still Angwin, who had to settle for an eight second win
this time around. Kemp drove a very impressive race to snare second ahead of
Sloan. The heat one pace setters, Jenkin and Distefano were a long long way
back in fourth and fifth.
FASTEST LAP: Peter Sloan 54.749
1st Mick Angwin, 2nd
Steven Kemp, 3rd Peter Sloan
CADET 9 (17 Entries)
The field for Cadet 9 at Cobden looked to be stronger than
the previous two rounds, with big things expected of a couple of the
inclusions. Jensen Marold was one of the inclusions, and he didn’t disappoint
as he struck first with pole position (48.751). Portland round winner Mathew
Basso was also off to a promising start in second place ahead of newcomers Sam
March and Jordan Wickham. The speedy William Calleja fifth fastest.
Turn one of the opening heat caused plenty of heartache as rain fell after the drivers had left the pits on slicks. A big pileup ensued, eliminating several drivers including Marold and Basso. J.Wickham quickly assumed the lead, and held that position till the end to win. Calleja ran second for the majority of the race before Oliver Wickham slipped by on the final lap to make it a Wickham 1-2. Fourth home was Ewan Anderson, ahead of March who had been as high as third and as low as eighth.
FASTEST LAP: Oliver Wickham 1.06.690
Heat two saw O.Wickham jump to the lead at the start of the
race, and edge away to win comfortably as the field spread out. Calleja worked
hard early in the race to get to second and once there he never gave it up,
finishing ahead of March who had been in seventh early in the race.
FASTEST LAP: Oliver Wickham 1.03.721
Cadet 9 made it a clean sweep of wet races as they set off
for the final. O.Wickham wasted no time in getting to the lead and putting a
buffer into his pursuers, going on to win by 3.8 seconds. J.Wickham held down
second position for the majority of the race, until being overhauled by
Marold’s pace. J Wickham then had a fight on his hands as he came under fire
from Calleja for the final podium spot. The raced to the line side by side, but
whilst J.Wickham got the trophy by 0.059, Calleja grabbed the fastest lap on
the last lap. March had a solid run on his way to fifth.
FASTEST LAP: William Calleja 1.03.245
Wickham, 2nd Jensen Marold, 3rd Jordan Wickham
VIC COMBINED MEDIUM
Remo Luciani headlined the Combined Medium field, and his qualifying result (45.392) backed that up in earnest. The Horsham based master qualified on pole position by a staggering eight tenths of a second! Behind that the next four drivers, Phil Zentai, James Stewart, Andrew Harvey and Alex Baker were separated by six hundredths of a second.
Heat one was held in greasy conditions and despite not
always being his favourite conditions, Luciani rose to the challenge and
grabbed the win in the opening stanza after weathering a Zentai challenge early
on. Warrnambool winner Baker raced well through the field to finish second
after running seventh, ahead of Harvey who had ironically also been in seventh
early in the race. Zach Marshall scored fourth coming from ninth, ahead of a
resurgent Barry Clough.
FASTEST LAP: Andrew Harvey 53.276
Heat two was a classic, as Luciani and Harvey raced wheel to
wheel lap after lap in tricky conditions. Neither driver gave an inch, nor
expected one back as they put on one of the races of the day. In the end it was
the experience of Luciani that got him across the line, ahead of the impressive
Harvey. Baker had the best seat in the house, finishing third after drifting
away from the leaders. Fourth place went to Clough, ahead of Andrew Chapman,
who had the best drive of his weekend.
FASTEST LAP: Remo Luciani 54.251
The final never quite matched the buzz of heat two, however
it was still hotly contested. Luciani again at the head of the queue, setting
the fastest lap on his way to a clean sweep of the weekend. Fittingly it was
Harvey in second place following a very promising weekend. Marshall had plenty
of track to use as he drove to third, in between packs by large margins each
way. Zentai rebounded to record a fourth place finish, Chapman again in fifth
FASTEST LAP: Remo Luciani 53.244
1st Remo Luciani, 2nd Andrew Harvey, 3rd Zach Marshall
Each karter picked up a $100 DPE voucher just for racing.
Patrizicorse Bridgestone Tyre Winners
Both drivers picked up a set of Bridgestone tyres just for turning up
Koby O’Shannassy (Cadet 9)
Liam Pollard (KA4 Junior Heavy)
Dunlop Kartsport DK17 voucher winners
There were plenty of Dunlop Kartsport winners at Cobden!
We gave away www.dk17.com.au vouchers in each of the 7 Dunlop classes.
Kartworx K1 Custom Racesuit voucher winners
Each picked up a $100 voucher towards a Custom K1 Racesuit
thanks to KartWorx
Cadet: Benjamin Munro
Junior: Thomas Patching
Senior: Alex Killeen
That’s a wrap of a wet and wild weekend of racing. The series continues at Hamilton on July 6&7 in just 4 weeks time.
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