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Series Partners

IAME logo '17 Hor WHITE

usag-red

kartpix-colour

dunlop

jm-colour

andrayv-logo

Arai

mis-red

GO&FUN LOGO

ACS logo

wentvalley logo

gynos
optical-express

lg-electronics

SSM logo

BAYLIS & HARDING LOGO

GOCYCLE IMAGE

weldricks

 

harvey

tillotson

 

Jonny Edgar takes the victory

Jonny Edgar takes the victory of round 2 at Larkhall. The unbroken Scottish sunshine, all weekend made the races seem even better and after the six heats, there were five different makes of chassis taking a win each, Syergy, ZIP, RK, Tony, Shark, showing that the newly homologated IAME cadet karts are very close in performance. But after the heats it was Fusion driver, Edgar who came out on top with pole position for the final. The race eventually got underway after a delay from the ‘B’ final, with the karts of Edgar, Dexter Patterson, Teddy Wilson soon breaking clear of the pack, these 3 did not waste any time making it very hard for the chasing pack to catch.

 

LARKHALL WINNERS2

LARKHALL, 2nd PATTERSON, 1st EDGAR, 3rd WILSON

Aim Motorsports, Tom Wood, Joe Turney, Zac Robertso n, Kiern Jewiss, Owen Byatt and Fin Kenneally were not wanting to work and swapped many places between themselves. Top privateer, Ben Wooldridge on the Shark, had an excellent drive making his way up to 10th place. Local lad, Patterson took the lead and led most of the race, but with 2 laps to go, Wilson pulled the pin and went passed Edgar & Patterson, also taking Edgar through. Edgar had non of this and found a way around Wilson, with Patterson following back through. At the line, Edgar took the flag a kart length ahead of Patterson and Wilson, with Wood coming in 4th. Wilson still heads the table as we move on to GYG in wales.