Still tight at the Top of TAG Light between Peter Nuske and Leighton Cook @leightoncook45 @45motorsport can the young gun overhaul the veteran??
TAG Heavy sees David Dyson closing in on current Leader Nick Marshall. The next round will be critical for both championship aspirations
85cc Gearbox sees Bayley Douglas @bayley.douglas hold onto his lead but Ben Smith closed the gap and new member Coby Govoni @coby_racer_govoni straight into the podium fight!
2 more rounds left in 2019! Who will win stay tuned
Round 4 QLD Superkarts
Words: Caitlin Lane Images: Rose Photography and Chiara La Spina Photography.
Round 4 took the club back to Queensland Raceway for another high octane weekend of racing with 22 karts entered. The weather looked like it was going to be wet and cause some very interesting racing.
What a day of fantastic racing and catastrophic blow ups for some. QRDC round 3 saw a lot of action for just a one day meeting.
Qualifying and 3 X 10 lap races meant no room for mistakes.
Unfortunately not everyone was prepared for what was a very cold track at 9AM this morning
Qualifying saw both 250 international entrants as well as 2/3 125 national entrants out.
Less than perfect skies greeted the Superakart for round 2 of the 2019 championship at Queensland Raceway. Qualifying got underway in dry conditions and it was the #89 from Weier Family Racing driven by Tim Weier who took pole position from AGL Motorsports driver Garteh Crisp. With 9 250's entered this weekend there was always going to be plenty of action at the front.