STKC $10,000 Dash For Cash

from Eammon O'Connor 19 September 2013

with the S.T.K.C are proud to present the
2013 $10, 000 STKC Dash for Cash Senior Feature

This weekend, the biggest prize pool in karting in Tasmania is up for grabs with the 2013 STKC Senior Feature.

With the fantastic support of TOTAL BUILDING & EXCAVATIONS and BANJO’S SHORELINE and our other supporters we are able to offer some fantastic prizes to go along with a great field of racing over the weekend.

The biggest field of senior’s out-with of the State titles will compete for not only some fabulous trophies but also cold hard cash and bragging rights over their friends and competitors. Racers from all parts of the state will be heading to the wonderful AWC Raceway at Orielton and some special karts have been readied.

The field is high in quality and quantity and with a great support field of Cadets, Rookies and Juniors it should be a feast of fun over the 2 days along with prize draws and BBQ making a fun family affair.

In a packed Cadet Field Jesse Keeling and Ethan Wyllie should be out at the front with William Reeves. Rookies is a close affair with any of the racers being able to be at the front. In Juniors, again a good field including Zevie Eisentraut, 2013 Rising Star winner and Lachlan Newman head a host of fast local racers. Wade McLean should again be at the front of the Heavy section in his Champion Choice Tony kart.

The great field of seniors includes a mouth watering field of 15+ Super 200 twins. To see these fantastic karts again battle will be a crowd favourite, picking a winner now is just not possible from the field of Tasmania’s best.  
In Over 40 Pro David Jackson will hope to keep his Monaco out front, with Steve Crocker and Anthony Butler and Andrew Kuc close behind. In Super Heavy Scott Wrigley will lead the heavy mob in guaranteed close racing.

In Sportsman 125 Jade Waddington will be travelling from the very North of the state to take it to the field and with the weather forecast being changeable with the great possibility (guarantee) of rain will just add to the fun.

In TAG Joshua Muskett will be hoping that he can keep his Kosmic Kart out front. With local Viper Engineering back Alan Cleary in his Tony kart and Hamish Barr in his new Monaco M3 adding weight to compete as he get the handle of the product he sells at Tas Autosport.

Senior National is again a great field with fast femme Gemma Wyllie still learning but showing the speed and flair we saw in Juniors last year and taking it to the men as she improves each meeting in her Wyllie Tiles Tony Kart. Nicky Richards and Brad Hobden will show speed over the race meet while Thomas Clark makes his move to the senior field after a stellar career in juniors.

With thanks again to the wonderful support of our sponsors and club members who make this happen.





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