Daytona Milton Keynes 2017 InKart Championships
Round Ten Race Report (PDF Download)
Cadet Division 1
The first pole position of Division 1 went to Jack Stewart, followed by Rory Burke in 2nd and Kasper Marriott in 3rd place. The race was pretty clean throughout the first few corners, despite the damp conditions on the circuit. Stewart led confidently, but Burke had pressure from Sam Cole, and lost his position around Turn 6. Cole later outbraked himself at the entrance of Turn 10, allowing Burke to go back past, but Burke did the same mistake just at the following corner, which promoted Cole to P2 again. A lap later, Cole dived down on the inside of Stewart, taking the lead at Turn 10, and opened up a gap of more than 1 second by the end of Lap 4. The chequered flag went out to seal the win for Cole, Stewart came in a comfortable 2nd, with Rory Burke rounding up the Top 3.
Joshua Jones started from pole, with Jensen Pughe in 2nd and Ben Hawker in 3rd. Jones held his ground around the opening lap, but he was in no way safe from competition. Neal-Holder, having started P4, made his way to P2, overtaking Hawker and Pughe at Turn 4 and Turn 9, respectively. He later took 1st, having the better line around Turn 1, and built a gap of more than 3 seconds by the end of Lap 3. A racing incident between Hawker and Joshua Jones at Turn 2 resulted in both dropping to the back, with Hawker losing his chances of a good points score as a result. That promoted Jensen Pughe to P2 and Toby Purbrick to P3, after Purbrick overtook Sam Wilson for P5 around Turn 11 on Lap 3. Jayden Neal-Holder took an undisputed win by more than 9.6 seconds, Pughe and Purbrick finished 2nd and 3rd, respectively.
Sam Wilson had pole position, Archie Fisher and Ronnie Coburn started in P2 and P3, respectively. Coburn had a strong start and took 2 positions by Turn 4 on the opening lap, but ran wide at the entrance of Turn 6, dropping back to P3. Fisher now had the lead after staying away from trouble, but Wilson was following closely behind, keeping a consistent gap of less than 0.2 seconds. Meanwhile, Joshua Jones received a 5-place grid penalty for gaining advantage through contact with Toby Purbrick around Turn 2, which demoted Purbrick to P7. A dive down the inside allowed Wilson and Coburn to slot past Fisher around Turn 5, with Wilson sealing P1 around Turn 6. Fisher got back to P2 after overtaking Coburn at the entrance of Turn 10. The heat win went to Fisher in the end, after he got a lightning exit out of Turn 11, and pulled away just in time to snatch P1 by 0.053 sec, Sam Wilson finished 2nd and Ronnie Coburn rounded up the Top 3.
Eddie Key started 1st, followed by Sam Cole in 2nd and P3 went to Ben Hawker. “Drama” defined the action around Turn 2, and Joshua Jones was not having a good time, as he dropped to last place as a result of a spin. Key opened up a gap to more than 2.8 seconds, Cole followed in 2nd, and Daniel Munro was now in P3, having overtaken Hawker around Turn 10. Key pulled away in the lead even further by Lap 4, but Munro lacked the pace to catch up to Cole and put pressure on him. The chequered flag went out to Key, who took the win, followed by Cole and Munro in P2 and P3, respectively.
Daniel Munro had pole, P2 went to Jayden Neal-Holder and Rory Burke started 3rd. Neal-Holder had a very good launch, taking the lead straight off the line, while Munro and Burke were now in a fierce battle for P2. Munro struggled for pace in these conditions, and that allowed Burke to slot past for 2nd place around Turn 10. The pressure was on Jensen Pughe, meanwhile, who had to defend his P4 from Sam Cole, Jack Stewart and Sam Wilson, who were less than 0.3 seconds behind. Neal-Holder’s pace was evident, and he took the race win by more than 3.7 seconds, with Burke and Munro taking P2 and P3, respectively. Sam Cole and Sam Wilson rounded up the Top 5 after Jensen Pughe ran wide and lost his P4 at the entrance of Turn 4.
Toby Purbrick started from pole, followed by Kasper Marriott In 2nd and Ronnie Coburn in 3rd place. Marriott launched quickly off the line, taking the lead early in the race, and leaving Purbrick to fend off the rest of the pack. Coburn kept his P3 solid, but Archie Fisher made a move on both Purbrick and Coburn, and slotted in 2nd place, now enabling himself to gradually catch up to Marriott. Soon enough, a dive down the inside of Turn 10 earned Fisher the lead, as he had the pace for the conditions. Coburn was now in a solitary P3, with the next closest rival being Eddie Key, who was in a battle with Toby Purbrick, exchanging positions on numerous occasions, but ultimately, it was Key who emerged in P4. The heat win went to Fisher, crossing the line 1.7 seconds ahead of Kasper Marriott in 2nd and Ronnie Coburn in 3rd place.
Daniel Munro was the pole sitter for the first Cadet Final, with Jack Stewart and Jensen Pughe in 2nd and 3rd place, respectively. The first lap was relatively clean, despite the circuit still being damp. Most drivers kept it well controlled, apart from Jensen Pughe, who was flat out, and dived down the inside of Stewart and Munro, taking P1 around Turn 4. Munro wasn’t going to let it go, and he overtook back at the same spot a lap later. The two now started pulling away from the rest of the pack, and Kasper Marriott, who made his way to P3, was now under pressure from Jack Stewart for the spot. Ben Hawker was also on the defense, but lost his P5 to Toby Purbrick, who had the better entry and, subsequently, exit line around Turn 5. Munro was looking pretty good for a win, pulling away by 1 second on the penultimate lap, despite Jensen Pughe doing the best he could to catch up. Time ran out, however, and Munro took the heat win, and progressed through to the A-Final. Pughe finished in a very close 2nd place in the end, crossing the line just 0.3 seconds behind, and Kasper Marriott rounded up the Top 3.
Archie Fisher had the well-deserved P1 for the final race of Division 1, followed by Jayden Neal-Holder and Sam Cole in P2 and P3, respectively. It didn’t take Fisher long to build a gap into the lead, but Neal-Holder soon closed it up, ahead of Cole, who was running just 0.2 seconds behind. Rory Burke was in a good position to challenge for points, and made a move down the inside of Turn 6, slotting in 3rd place. After a successful dive on the inside, Neal-Holder took the lead around Turn 2. Archie Fisher lost out on his chances for a win after outbraking himself at Turn 10, losing the back end and spinning out. That promoted Sam Cole and Ronnie Coburn to P2 and P3, respectively, with Coburn winning a good battle with Eddie Key for his spot. Rory Burke, however, overtook on the entrance of Turn 5, and took the provisional P3. The race and Round win went to Jayden Neal-Holder, followed by Sam Cole in 2nd and Rory Burke in P3.
B Final Results
- Daniel Munro
- Jensen Pughe
- Kasper Marriott
A Final Results
- Jayden Neal-Holder
- Sam Cole
- Rory Burke
Junior Division 1
The lights went out to Joe Williams, Eden Rosenfield had P2 and Harry Charalambous was in 3rd. As the pack went around Turn 9, Rosenfield had massive pressure from Charalambous for P2, but managed to fend him off for the time being. Olly Hood’s patient drive proved fruitful, and he took the opportunity to overtake Charalambous for P3 around Turn 10, but later lost all his positions as a result from a spin at Turn 3. Meanwhile, Rosenfield took the lead around Turn 4, having the faster exit out of the bend, and Charalambous followed through to P2 after a dive down the inside of Williams at Turn 10. A penalty was issued to Olly Hood for unfair contact at the entrance of Turn 11 and therefore he would take a 5-place penalty. The chequered flag went out to mark a win for Rosenfield, followed by Charalambous and Williams in 2nd and 3rd place, respectively.
The lights went out to the pole sitter Kyle Dunford, Ethan Fannon started 2nd and P3 went to Harry Charalambous. Dunford opened a gap by the end of lap 1, but Olly Hood was the one to watch, as he made his way to P2 by Lap 2, overtaking more than 4 karts at Turn 2 and diving down the inside of Turn 10 to seal the move for the spot. He later overtook for the lead around Turn 6, and Charalambous made a move for 2nd around Turn 1 on the following lap, demoting Dunford to P3. Charalambous was now putting pressure on Hood, having reduced the gap to just 0.3 of a second. Time ran out, though, and the heat win went to Hood, followed by Charalambous and Dunford in 2nd and 3rd place, respectively.
Olly Hood was the pole sitter for the final junior heat, followed by Angus Tillyer in P2 and Ethan Fannon in 3rd. Ethan Fannon took 2nd around Turn 2, having the better launch off the line, and Tillyer dropped down to P7, after not having the greatest start and leaving a gap, which Rosenfield and Dunford used and promoted themselves to P2 and P3, respectively. Rosenfield put the pressure on Fannon, but did not manage to go through for the time being. A surprise pounce from Harry Charalambous earned him P4, as he dived down the inside on Rosenfield, who had to give a position back to Fannon, and Charalambous was now running in a steady P4. Hood took the race win after the chequered flag went out, finishing some 0.7 seconds ahead of Kyle Dunford, followed by Joe Williams in P3, who comfortably pulled away from Harry Charalambous just in time.
The lights went out to Olly Hood, P2 went to Harry Charalambous and Kyle Dunford started 3rd. Hood had a good start, but Charalambous was not letting him get away, while Kyle Dunford kept a solitary P3 away from Joe Williams and Ethan Fannon, who were going flat out and side by side. Fannon provisionally overtook for P4 at T4, but lost the position a bend later, running wide on the exit of Turn 5. Hood, meanwhile, lost his lead around Turn 2, with Charalambous having the better braking point into the corner, and now had a good chance to take home a win. It wasn’t easy, though, as the two of them were bumper to bumper all around the circuit. Kyle Dunford was running in a solitary P3, but his pace was not enough to close the gap to the leaders. The chequered flag went out to Harry Charalambous, whose iron defense earned him the closest win of Div 1, with Hood finishing just 0.025 seconds behind, and Kyle Dunford rounding up the Top 3.
A Final Results
- Harry Charalambous
- Olly Hood
- Kyle Dunford
Cadet Division 2
The first heat for Division 2 was led by Mark Versallion, followed by Riley Bishop in 2nd and Oliver Metrovich in P3. Andrew McWilliam overtook Metrovich for P3 at the entrance of Turn 2, and Bishop took the lead from Versallion around Turn 4, completing a clean overtake and starting to put in some qualifying laps straight away. Lloyd Kay also made his way to the front of the pack, slotting into P4 after a good dive on the inside at Turn 10. The chequered flag went out to Bishop, who took the win by a comfortable 2.5 seconds, Mark Versallion finished 2nd and Andrew McWilliam rounded up the Top 3.
The pole position went to George Whitmore, followed by Jenson Pooley in 2nd and Conor Lucey in P3. Pooley took the early race lead and by Lap 2 built a big gap of more than 1.3 seconds. Lucey also made his way up, taking P2 away from Whitmore, and now had an opportunity to catch up to Pooley. Whitmore ran wide at the entrance of Turn 5, allowing Rory O’Regan and Andrew McWilliam to slip through and take P3 and P4, respectively. The chequered flag went out to Pooley, followed by Conor Lucey in 2nd and Rory O’Regan in 3rd.
Lily Jeffs started from pole position, with Jake Butland in 2nd and Lloyd Kay in 3rd. Jeffs had a very good start, but was under pressure straight away, as Conor Lucey made his way straight up to P2 from P7 in the space of half a lap, with Rory O’Regan also taking P3. O’Regan later took P2 from Lucey. Nathan Ampofo-Anim also made his way up to P4 after a successful 2 laps of charging through the field. A racing incident at Turn 9 demoted Lily Jeffs to P7, and that allowed O’Regan to take the lead and subsequently, the win, with Conor Lucey and Nathan Ampofo-Anim coming in 2nd and 3rd place, respectively.
Taylor Lyon was the pole sitter, with Ryan Hedge and Harrison Smith in 2nd and 3rd place, respectively. It took Riley Bishop exactly 4 corners to take P2 after starting 4th, and soon enough, he took the lead around Turn 2 on Lap 2, putting Hedge down to 2nd and Mark Versallion in 3rd place. Lyon had an unfortunate start, but kept a very solid pace throughout the heat. Charlie Cusack also made his way towards the front, putting himself in P3, just ahead of Versallion, around Turn 1 on Lap 3. With the chequered flag going out, Bishop took an undisputed win by more than 4,5 seconds ahead of Cusack in 2nd and Hedge in 3rd.
The lights went out to Rupert Versallion, followed by Rory O’Regan in 2nd and Ryan Hedge in P3. Mark Versallion took advantage by contact on Riley Bishop at the exit of Turn 4, however, he gave the position back prompting a reprieve from the Race Officials. Meanwhile, O’Regan took the lead from Versallion, who was just a bit off pace, being 0.4 seconds behind in 2nd place, with the nearest competitor being Ryan Hedge in P3, more than 4.9 seconds behind. With the chequered flag going out, the win went to O’Regan after an impressive performance. Rupert Versallion took 2nd and Ryan Hedge rounded up the Top 3.
Charlie Cusack, Andrew McWilliam and Harrison Smith started in P1, P2 and P3, respectively. McWilliam took the lead around Turn 4, and Cusack was now on the defense from Conor Lucey, who made his way to P3 after overtaking Harrison Smith. Smith later span at Turn 10 and dropped to the back of the pack, which would cost him a good haul of points from the race. Rupert Versallion kept a solid pace throughout the heat, but it wasn’t fast enough to gain any positions and he remained in P4 until the end. The chequered flag went out to Andrew McWilliam, with Charlie Cusack and Conor Lucey following through for 2nd and 3rd place, respectively.
Nathan Ampofo-Anim started from pole position for the first final, followed by Mark Versallion and George Whitmore in P2 and P3, respectively. Ampofo-Anim quickly pulled away from Versallion, and Whitmore kept a solid P3 for the time being, but lost the back end at Turn 6 and that allowed Oliver Metrovich and Lily Jeffs to go through for P3 and P4, respectively. Jeffs made a move at the entrance of Turn 10, overtaking Metrovich and putting herself in a competitive Top 3 position. She later ran wide at Turn 10, losing out on a couple of positions. Metrovich was now back in 3rd and, after a dive down the inside at Turn 4, he gained P2 and was now on the charge for Ampofo-Anim. However, time was not enough and the chequered flag sealed it for Ampofo-Anim, Oliver Metrovich finished 2nd and P3 went to Mark Versallion.
Rory O’Regan led the A-Final, followed by Andrew McWilliam in 2nd and Riley Bishop in 3rd place. Bishop was quick to take a brave dive on the inside of Turn 6, gaining P2 and starting to challenge for the lead. O’Regan defense was strong, though, and did not allow any gaps for overtaking. Rupert Versallion made his way to P3 after a couple of overtakes, and joined the leader battle, waiting for the opportunity to overtake Bishop. However, Bishop dived on the inside of Turn 6 and took P1. O’Regan was not happy with that and started challenging back. Jenson Pooley, on the other hand, was under pressure from Ryan Hedge, but his defense lines proved good enough to keep him at ahead of the competition. Versallion overtook for P2 at the entrance to Turn 11, but lost it soon enough as he ran wide a couple of corners later, so O’Regan was back in P2. O’Regan made a move himself, out-braking Riley Bishop towards Turn 2 and gaining P1 on the last lap. The chequered flag went out to mark a well-driven win for Rory O’Regan, followed by Riley Bishop in 2nd and Rupert Versallion in P3.
B Final Results
- Nathan Ampofo-Anim
- Oliver Metrovich
- Mark Versallion
A Final Results
- Rory O’Regan
- Riley Bishop
- Rupert Versallion
Junior Division 2
Adam Thomas started the first heat from pole position, followed by Robin Jandu and Ali Mirzai in 2nd and 3rd place. Jandu was quick to overtake for the lead around Turn 2 and get away from the rest of the pack. He opened a small gap and left Thomas to defend from Mirzai and Kip Morgan. Thomas ran wide on the way to Turn 9, losing out on 2 positions and promoting Mirzai to P2. Meanwhile, Thomas was yet again on the defense from William Tidnam, but Tidnam dived down the inside at Turn 11 and overtook for P4. 4 laps down, Thomas dropped down to the back after outbraking himself into Turn 10, and Kip Morgan was now on the defense from Tidnam and Toby Sporn, however, he ran wide at Turn 4 and lost 2 positions. The chequered flag went out to Robin Jandu, followed by Ali Mirzai and William Tidnam in P2 and P3, respectively.
The pole position went to Matthew Plumb, followed by Jack Stewart and Armandas Pocevicius in 2nd and 3rd place, respectively. The pack had a good overall start, and the first lap was relatively clean, but close nonetheless. Pocevicius made his way to P2 after a good dive on the inside of Turn 2. He later took the lead around Turn 9 and started pulling away, leaving Plumb to defend from Alex Simmons, who made his way to P3, after having started from P5. Jack Stewart made his way into the Top 2, after Ali Mirzai dropped down the order as a result of over-braking into Turn 6. The win went to Pocevicius, followed by Stewart in P2 and Alex Simmons in P3.
The lights went out to Sam Warner, 2nd place went to Toby Sporn and William Tidnam started from P3. Warner pulled away after a good start, but Jack Stewart was the one to benefit the most from the first few corners, taking P4 and pulling away from Tidnam and Matthew Plumb, who were battling out for P5. Toby Sporn managed to get away unscuffed after Lap 2, as well, and was now in the front, putting himself at P3. Meanwhile, Robin Jandu took the lead around Turn 4 at Lap 4, and Sporn also made up a place at the entrance of Turn 6 on the penultimate lap. He ultimately took the win after the chequered flag, followed by Sam Warner and Toby Sporn in 2nd and 3rd place, respectively.
Vincent Osborne started from pole position, followed by Henry Peart in 2nd and Ali Mirzai in 3rd place. Mirzai took the lead straight away, with Osborne following closely, but it was now Daniel Watson who slotted in 3rd. Sam Warner was issued a penalty for taking advantage by contact on Henry Peart, costing both precious grid spots and race points. Archie Styant kept a consistent P4 and managed to stay out of trouble, but his pace was tenths of a second short of a Top 3 finish. The win went out to Ali Mirzai, followed by Daniel Watson in 2nd and Vincent Osborne in 3rd place.
The pole sitter for Heat 5 was Kip Morgan, Ben Page had P2 and Armandas Pocevicius started 3rd. Morgan led confidently, with Pocevicius following closely in 2nd, Robin Jandu was also running in P3 around Turn 10 on Lap 1. The Top 3 drivers were separated by just 0.8 seconds, but the order did not change for the remainder of the heat, despite Jandu’s hard attempts of taking 2nd. The chequered flag went out to mark the win for Morgan, with Pocevicius in 2nd and Robin Jandu in 3rd place.
James Costin had the pole position for this heat, followed by Daniel Watson in 2nd and Ben Page in 3rd place. Watson made his way to the front and started pulling away slowly, while Ben Page moved up a place after Costin ran wide on the exit of Turn 10 on the opening lap. Jack Stewart made his way to P3 after starting 5th, and after Watson locked his brakes on the entrance of Turn 6, he took the lead and Toby Sporn was also promoted, to P2. The chequered flag went out to Stewart for an unexpected, but well deserved win, followed by Toby Sporn and Vincent Osborne in 2nd and 3rd place, respectively.
Alex Simmons was the final heat’s pole sitter, with 2nd and 3rd place going to Archie Styant and William Tidnam, respectively. Simmons had a great start and it was looking promising. Styant, on the other side, was on the defense from Tidnam, with the Top 3 drivers pulling away quite quickly building a gap of more than 5 seconds by the end of Lap 3. The chequered flag sealed the win for Simmons, followed by Archie Styant in 2nd place and William Tidnam rounding up the Top 3.
The lights went out to Kip Morgan, with Sam Warner and Vincent Osborne in 2nd and 3rd place, respectively. From the start, it was Osborne vs Morgan and Watson vs Warner as the defined battles for positions. Despite Osborne taking the lead at Lap 2, his pace was not quick enough to pull away and soon enough, Watson was on his tail and challenging for the lead around the circuit. Morgan was just 0.3 seconds behind, fending off Warner, who was 0.5 seconds behind in P4. Ben Page was keeping a consistent P5, keeping away from Adam Thomas, who was in a solitary 6th place. A last-minute dive on the inside of Vincent Osborne at Turn 4 earned Daniel Watson the race lead, and with the chequered flag going out, it was a race win for him, followed by Kip Morgan in 2nd and Sam Warner in 3rd place.
The lights went out to Robin Jandu, followed by Jack Stewart in 2nd and Armandas Pocevicius in P3. Pocevicius gained a penalty for a jump start and taking 2nd place, which dropped him 5 places in the final order. Stewart was running in P3, followed closely by Ali Mirzai, who was on the attack at full speed. Robin Jandu, on the other side, gained a penalty as well, for taking unfair advantage by contact at Turn 10, which put Stewart, overall, as the provisional race leader. The chequered flag went out to Armandas Pocevicius, followed by Jack Stewart and Robin Jandu in 2nd and 3rd place, respectively. With the penalties applied, it was a race win for Jack Stewart, with 2nd and 3rd place going to Ali Mirzai and Alex Simmons, respectively.
B Final Results
- Daniel Watson
- Kip Morgan
- Sam Warner
A Final Results
- Jack Stewart
- Ali Mirzai
- Alex Simmons
The first round of Super-Pole saw Jack Mayor as the first one out of the Pits for his flying lap, followed by Martin Collins, Tom Bush, Craig Nunes, Tyler Fossey and Charlie Fenton, among others. Tom Bush’s lap was fast enough to put him in provisional pole, with him putting in 1.15.638, followed by William Davison in P2 with 1.15.662, P3 going to Jack Mayor, who registered 1.15.791, with Scott Taylor and Chris Mansbridge rounding up the Top 5, with 1.16.203 and 1.17.023, respectively.
The Second group of drivers proved just as eager, with plenty of competition throughout the grid. William Davison shook the order, recording the 2nd fastest lap, but it was just 0.024 seconds short of the pole position. With the final laps recorded, it was a close pole for Bush, with William Davison and Jack Mayor in 2nd and 3rd place, respectively, with Chris Mansbridge and James Lawrence rounding up the Top 5.
Super Pole Qualifying Results
Tom Bush had a fantastic start, leading the pack from pole, followed by William Davison in 2nd and Jack Mayor in P3. The first few corners proved difficult, but good driving standard ensured everyone made it through safely. As the train of karts spread out, Bush started slowly opening a gap into the lead, but Davison was under big pressure from Mayor, who was less than 0.4 seconds behind. James Lawrence also had a tough time defending from Chris Mansbridge and Akshay Lakhani, who were in the heat of the battle for P6, with Mansbridge holding on to the defensive line all around the circuit.
Further down the line, Lee Schnitzler, the Heavies Championship leader, was making his way through the field, and was already starting to challenge Martin Collins for P8. Scott Taylor was lacking pace, and was losing time to those ahead whilst having James Lawrence breathing down his neck for P4. Mayor overtook for P2 on the entrance of Turn 11, getting past Davison. Davison later ran wide around Turn 9, which opened a sufficient gap for Scott Taylor to go through, and he slotted himself in P3.
In the closing stages of Heat 1, Bush’s gap was increasing ever so slightly, and with the chequered flag going out, it was a win for Tom Bush, followed by Jack Mayor in 2nd and Scott Taylor in P3. A post-race penalty was issued to James Lawrence for taking advantage by contact on Lee Schnitzler around Turn 6, which dropped him to P14 in the final result for Heat 1.
Charlie Fenton started from pole, followed Scott Johnson and Jordan Greenaway in 2nd and 3rd place, respectively. This time, the mid-grid drivers tried going 5-wide into Turn 5 and Turn 8, which resulted in a lot of positions shifting. Fenton opened a small gap in the lead, with Johnson following through in 2nd and Greenaway still holding on to P3. A surprise charge from Tobi Shomade earned him P4, and the Top 4 had now separated by more than 3 seconds from the rest of the field.
Further down the pack, Jack Mayor was struggling to get past Tate Taverner, who proved competitive and was slowly pulling ahead. However, Taverner made a mistake and ran wide at the entrance of Turn 10, losing his position and promoting Mayor to P6.
The chequered flag went out to Charlie Fenton, who just managed to hold on to his spot, with Scott Johnson taking P2 and Jordan Greenaway rounding up the Top 3, less than 0.8 seconds behind.
The pole sitter for the International Final was Tom Bush, followed by Jack Mayor in 2nd and Charlie Fenton in P3. William Davison took P3 around Turn 1 on the opening lap, and Mayor also made a move for the Top spot by diving down the inside of Turn 10. As the leaders started separating from the rest of the pack, it was a classic Mayor vs Bush battle, with Davison keeping a close 3rd and waiting for the Top 2 to make a mistake.
Scott Taylor was struggling to catch up to the leaders, while also having Charlie Fenton on his rear bumper, just 0.5 seconds behind. Tobi Shomade was having an impressive drive mid-pack, keeping up with much more experienced drivers and putting down some impressive lap times. However, he was pushed out of the way by Scott Johnson, resulting in a penalty and a 5-placed penalty.
The chequered flag went out to Tom Bush, followed by William Davison in 2nd and Jack Mayor in P3. The Heavies’ Round 10 win went to Lee Schnitzler, followed by Harvey Reed and John Donnelly.
Lights Final Results
- Tom Bush
- William Davison
- Jack Mayor
Heavies Final Results
- Lee Schnitzler
- Harvey Reed
- John Donnelly