When you have 100 karts racing in seven classes you better bring you’re A game if your going to end up on the podium or take the high point total for the day. This was certainly the case on Saturday (June 23) when the Waterloo Regional Kart Club held Race 6 at Flamboro Speedway.
All of the drivers had their work cut out for them if they wanted to take home one of the 35 trophies handed out to the top-five finishers in each class. Cogeco Cable was on hand to record all the racing for a television show they are producing, with five plus hours of racing to edited down to a 1-hour show, which air on their cable network sometime over the next month.
The race day sponsor was The Retail Design Group, who since their inception in 1998 have become known as the “One Stop Shop” for designing and constructing retail floor plans and layouts. They have completed projects for hundreds of independent pharmacies across Ont, and they have also worked on projects of all shapes and sizes, including medical walk in clinics, family practice clinics, toy stores, electronic stores and mall kiosks. They can be reached at 905-689-8821 or you can get more information at www/rdg-storefixtures.com
In Cadet A, Josh Bisschop scored the Feature win, ahead of Keidon Fletcher, Luke Pero, Trevor Robillard, and Liam Rhodes.
The Cadet B Feature had Nathan Alger coming out on top, over Gianluca Savalgio, Grace Baillargeon, Dylan Sampson, and Morgan Ramsden.
Ciarra Collison was the Novice victor, besting Aaron Turnbull, Peter Ditner, Mathew Alger, and Tyson Wassink.
The Jr. Lite top honors went to Austin Bisschop, who beat Jordan Howse, Brandon Lowry, Andrew Whelan, and Wesley Tobin.
Jr. Heavy race had Tyler Turnbull taking home the top trophy, leading Darren Dryden, Kenny Rockwell, Justin Collison, and Tyler Paquette at the stripe.
In Sr. Medium, Adam Racine was the driver to beat, bettering James Moore, Tristan Gill, David Miller, and Brandon Hauck.
Masters witnessed Bob Bailey taking the checkered flag ahead of John Dryden, Gerry Reis, Brian Wilkinson, and Michael Grinyer.
The next race for the Waterloo Regional Kart Club is on Saturday, July 7th, with practice for Race 7 getting underway at Flamboro Speedway at 8:00 am.
For more information please visit the club website at http://www.wrkc.on.ca