Stars of Karting Champs Head Race of Stars Entry

press release 25 September 2013

Recently crowned CIK Stars of Karting Series Champions Joey Hanssen, Matthew Waters and Liam McLellan head the entry list for the inaugural Race of Stars event on Saturday October 19.

Hanssen is one of three international drivers set to line up in the Pro Gearbox (KZ2) category at the Xtreme Karting Pimpama circuit while Waters and McLellan were crowned Pro Light (KF) and Pro Junior (KFJ) Champions last weekend in Melbourne.

Joey Hanssen is one of three international drivers set to line up in the Pro Gearbox (KZ2) category
Above: Joey Hanssen is one of three international drivers set to line up in the Pro Gearbox (KZ2) category
pic - AF Images/Budd

No less than 68 drivers from various parts of Australia along with representatives from the Netherlands, United Kingdom and New Zealand will make up the invite lists for the three Pro categories. There are a limited number of invitations still available in each category for suitable applicants.

It is anticipated that the drivers in the Pro categories will exceed 130 km/h around the 1125-metre circuit while racing centimetres a part.

Detailed below is the current list of invited drivers for the three Pro categories at next month’s event.

2013 Race of Stars – Pro categories

Pro Gearbox (KZ2)
Cameron Hill (Canberra, ACT)
Chris Hays (Gold Coast, QLD)
Cian Fothergill (Gladstone, QLD)
Daniel Currey (Perth, WA)
Darren Burke (United Kingdom)
David Whitmore (Sydney, NSW)
Graeme Smyth (New Zealand)
Hayden Patrizi (Perth, WA)
Jake Coleman (Sydney, NSW)
Jake Klarich (Perth, WA)
James Macken (Gold Coast, QLD)
Jason Faint (Gladstone, QLD)
Jason Pringle (Melbourne, Vic)
Jaxon Evans (Gold Coast, QLD)
Joey Hanssen (Netherlands)
Jordie Lindstrom (Melbourne, Vic)
Joseph Burton-Harris (Sydney, NSW)
Kel Treseder (Bundaberg, QLD)
Kyle Ensbey (Sunshine Coast, QLD)
Lee Mitchener (Melbourne, Vic)
Lucas Ward (Gold Coast, QLD)
Luke Lane (Gold Coast, QLD)
Mathew Erdmann (Sydney, NSW)
Matthew Hunt (Melbourne, Vic)
Michael Patrizi (Gold Coast, QLD)
Sam Houston (Warner, QLD)
Troy Bretherton (Gold Coast, QLD)
Tyler Greenbury (Toowoomba, QLD)

Pro Light (KF)
Aaron Marr (New Zealand)
Adam Willison (Melbourne, Vic)
Barclay Holden (Gold Coast, QLD)
Brock Plumb (Forrest Lake, QLD)
Brooke Topp (Toowoomba, QLD)
Harrington Doyle Racing driver
Jarryd Ebzery (Mackay, QLD)
Jordan Nicolaou (Melbourne, Vic)
Josh Crossingham (Gold Coast, QLD)
Joshua Smith (Townsville, QLD)
Lachlan Gibbons (Sydney, NSW)
Leigh Nicolaou (Melbourne, Vic)
Luke Fong (Melbourne, Vic)
Luke Gabin (Perth, WA)
Matthew Waters (Sydney, NSW)
Nathan Tigani (Sydney, NSW)
Pierce Lehane (Sydney, NSW)
Troy Loeskow (Bundaberg, QLD)

Pro Junior (KFJ)
Aaron Seton (Gold Coast, QLD)
Alex Barboutis (Perth, WA)
Andrew Kahl (Sydney, NSW)
Brock Kenny (Bunbury, WA)
Bryce Fullwood (Darwin, NT)
Callum Walker (Cornubia, QLD)
Chris Sandrone (Sydney, NSW)
Damon Strongman (Melbourne, Vic)
Hunter McElrea (Gold Coast, QLD)
Jack Black (Sydney, NSW)
Jacob Bright (Gladstone, QLD)
Jake Kostecki (Perth, WA)
James Abela (Sydney, NSW)
Jeremiah Sheehan (Geraldton, WA)
Joshua Fife (Canberra, ACT)
Joshua Rogers (Gladstone, QLD)
Kurt Kostecki (Perth, WA)
Lachlan McHugh (Gold Coast, QLD)
Liam McLellan (Melbourne, Vic)
Thomas Chitty (Sydney, NSW)
Thomas Steele (Salisbury, QLD)
Torey Blanch (Bulahdelah, NSW)
William Hawkes (Lara, Vic)
Zane Goddard (Gold Coast, QLD)





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