Kristian Janev put in a stellar performance in the ultra competitive Cadet 12 class taking home the win in front of 60 other racers at Monarto on the weekend.
Kristian crossed the line more then 1.5 seconds in front of his nearest opponent taking home his maiden AKC victory.
Benjamin Munro fought his way forward all weekend to get himself into second in the final and looking to secure a team one-two but for contact nearing the end of the race to ruin his chances of a podium. He would fight back to 12th setting the second fastest time of the race in the process.
Joe Fawcett once again proved he is up to the task of competing against older kids since moving up to KA4 Junior by securing a brilliant 2nd place in the final.
Joe would lead the final for a majority of the race but had to eventually settle for 2nd. Tyson Mattiazzo improved all weekend in the trying conditions and would settle just out of the 20 in the final.
Jarrod Spencer-Harper made the right gamble and would ultimately finish 4th in the final of KA TAG in the changing conditions and just missing out on the podium.
Jason Pringle battled hard all weekend and would end up 9th. After setting the pole time on Saturday morning and winning 2 of the heats Adam Lindstrom couldn’t escape contact from behind and would have to settle for 15th. He still sits in 2nd in the Championship.
Ben Taylor had one of his best weekends with the team improving all weekend and setting times that were good enough for the top 10, showing all the hard work is starting to pay off.
Sammy March ended up 14th in Cadet 9 after being in the top 10 during the race, he would set some quick times that matched the top few.
Declan Somers had his best round till before the final ending up with a few top 15s in the ultra competitive X30 class in the heat racing.
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