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2013 SERIES WRAP

31 karters attended Round 5, the last round of the KartSport SuperKart Drivers Club, club points series, meeting held at Manfeild Autocourse.supkmanfeildnov13 88.jpg

 

The weather was exceptionally hot, with barely a cloud in the sky. Racing was close and relatively incident free, with the usual mechanical problems experienced by some as the day wore on. The free lunch time barbeque was enjoyed by many with all the sausages quickly cleaned up. Overall a very enjoyable weekend was had by those attending, with many taking up the opportunity to fine tune their gear for the up and coming KartSport New Zealand National SuperKart Championships & Grand Prix , to be held on the 1st February 2014.

 

A big thanks to our Race Officials Eddie, Doug and Greg. Robin Isaac for Race Secretary, and collating all the results for us, Tony, Henri and Dave for tech and scrutineering duties. Without our volunteers we would not be able to race.suprkmanfeildnov13NZ.jpg

 

Below are results from the Manfeild meeting and overall series results for 2013. Congratulations to all class winners.

Looking at the overall results what is clearly obvious is that consistency counts. Next year The KartSport SuperKart Drivers Club will be presenting trophies to 1st, 2nd and 3rd overall class winners. Consistency, attendance and finishing all races, will go a long way towards getting your hands on one of those trophies.

 

2013 Overall Class Winners

International;          1st Andrew Hall, 2nd Robin Wooldridge, 3rd Tony Gestro

Internatinal D2;       1st Dion Hubers, 2nd Geoff Sherrell, 3rd Tim Wakefield

National;                 1st Cameron Dance, 2nd Richard Simmonds, 3rd Chris Simmondssuperkmanfeildnov13drysdalegrid.jpg

Rotax Max Light;    1st Ian Van Duyn, 2nd Ron Alexander, 3rd Derek Lawrence

Rotax Max Heavy;  1st Peter Dicks, 2nd Henri Ham, 3rd Peter Cottam

 

The KartSport SuperKart Drivers Club Committee wishes everyone a very Merry Christmas and we all look forward to seeing everyone of you next year. 2014 will be a bumper year for road racing, so get your karts prepped over Christmas and tell your friends to bring their karts along as well.

81 individual karters went road racing one or more times this year. The aim of this Club Committee is to have all 81 turn up on the same day, at the same track, to experience the best and biggest road race meeting ever held in NZ.............what do you guys think? can it be done??supkmanfeildnov13 max bunch.jpg

Captions: Andrew Hall #88, Steve Wilton NZ, Josh Drysdale #2, Julian Osbourne #53, Ian van Duyn #34, Warren Hellier #26 and Darren Maguire #75.
Photo Credit:
Petrina  Aiono

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Round Results CLICK HERE

Series Results CLICK HERE

Road Racing-The Ultimate High - Only 1" Off The Ground

Report from Andrew Hall, Kartsport SuperKart Drivers Club, President.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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