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FIRST 2013 NZ SPRINT KART TITLE BATTLES RUN AND WON IN WELLINGTON

The first title battles have been run and won at this year's GoPro-backed KartSport New Zealand National Sprint Championships in Wellington today.13GoProKSNZNatsKZ2MathewHamiltonDanielBrayChrisCox-1.jpg

Christchurch driver Mathew Hamilton claimed the first Senior title at the 2013 championship meeting, beating teammate and defending class champion Daniel Bray and South Island champion Chris Cox to the line in the KZ2 class final

In the two Junior classes contested, reigning North Island class champion Callum Hedge from the Bay of Plenty added the New Zealand Cadet title to his CV with a dominant performance over Jackson Rooney  from the Manawatu and Thomas Boniface from New Plymouth, while Caleb Cross from Rangiora swept all before him to win the New Zealand Junior Restricted 100cc Yamaha title from Kaleb Ngatoa from the Manawatu and Reece Handl-Cox from Hamilton.

Action at the GoPro National Sprint Championships continues tomorrow and Sunday. 13GoProKSNZNatsJRCalebCrossKalebNgatoaReeceHendl-Cox-1.jpg

Results
GoPro 2013 KartSport New Zealand National Sprint Championships KartSport Wellington Wynn's Raceway Kaitoke, Upper Hutt Wellington Fri-Sun March 29-31 2013

KZ2

1. Mathew Hamilton
2. Daniel Bray
3. Chris Cox

Cadet
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2. Jackson Rooney
3. Thomas Boniface

Junior Restricted 100cc Yamaha
1. Caleb Cross
2. Kaleb Ngatoa
3. Reece Hendl-Cox

 

CAPTIONS: Matthew Hamilton (#9) leads Daniel Bray and Chris Cox on the way to winning the 2013 New Zealand KZ2 class title. Caleb Cross (#66) leads Kaleb Ngatoa and Reece Hendl-Cox in on of the Junior Restricted 100cc Yamaha class races. North Island Cadet class champion Callum Hedge is now the New Zealand champion as well after his win in Wellington today. Photo credit: Fast Company/Leith Robertson

Prepared by FAST COMPANY on behalf of KartSport New Zealand. To find out more about Kartsport in New Zealand contact Ross MacKay on 021 677 919 or via e-mail on ross@fastcompany.co.nz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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