IPKarting / Praga / OK1 Team News

press release 3 June 2013

Last weekend the Rotax Pro Tour rolled into Geelong and accolades on an outstanding weekend deservedly go to Jordan Boys and his team supported by IPKarting dealers CC Racing, Melbourne and FullTilt Motorsport in Albury, NSW.

Praga Dragon driver Jordan Boys continues his highlight year with determination to succeed backed by great support in the highly competitive Junior Max class.

Above: Jordan Boys wins Jnr MAX at Pro Tour aboard Praga
pic - Cooper's Photography

Filled with a who’s-who of future racing stars Boys was a consistent achiever all weekend peaking when it mattered in the Pre-Final with a 2nd place finish.

For the Final Boys was too strong and led from the start, leading for 25 of the 27 lap race and taking a convincing and sweet victory for Boys.

Junior Max continues to be a strong class for IPKarting with 3 drivers in the Top 6 of the Rotax rankings and Liam McLellan 3rd OK1, Boys 5th Praga and Zane Morse 6th Praga each hoping for one of the three places on offer to the World Finals in the USA in November.

Above: Lane Moore in Rotax Heavy aboard OK1
pic - Cooper's Photography

Above: Danny Wright was 4th in DD2 Masters
pic - Cooper's Photography

There will be high intensity for the final rounds of the Rotax Pro Tour and Rotax Nationals, with the next Pro Tour round hosted in Queensland by Ipswich Kart Club in a first for the series with a day / night event on 24th and 25th of June.  Winter woollies will be required for the night!      

IPKarting also focuses heavily on development and support for our youngest karters from the Cadet class.   

We have a great group of young drivers and have been supplied some great images of 3rd generation racer Jett Johnson, carrying on the family tradition and also sporting the #17 plate.

steven johnson and jett johnson
Above: Jett Johnson and his dad Steven
pic - Ian Ward

To join the team or race with our overseas teams contact us at: ken@ipkarting.com.au - 0414 760 965

  • Jett Johnson page on Facebook HERE

Jett Johnson on the track in his Praga Cadet kart
Above: Jett Johnson on the track in his Praga Cadet kart
pic - Ian Ward

Above: Bret Mullavey in the black OK1, Rotax Heavy
pic - Cooper's Photography

Above: New entrant Brodie Cook from South Australia
pic - Cooper's Photography



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