King Of The Hill

The 2019 edition of King of the Hill was run at the end of last month by Hurricane Kart Club. Below is video of the finals, the heats and event results.

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Joshua King gets some serious airtime at the King of the Hill in TaG 125 Restricted Medium (pic – Brad Mitchell)


WA Open Performance
1 Blake Preston
2 Mark Watts
3 Daniel Stewart

The brutish Swiss Hutless Twin of Blake Preston on his way to winning the WA Open Performance final at the King of the Hill (pic – Brad Mitchell)

Cadet 9
1 Connor Radford
2 Chace Webb
3 Max Duncombe

Cadet 12
1 Zane Rhodes
2 James Micucci-Allen
3 Nash Ferraro

Riley Trager, 1st KA3 Junior (pic – Brad Mitchell)

KA3 Junior
1 Riley Trager
2 Caleb Sumich
3 Thomas Loughton


KA3 Senior
1 Jason Betts
2 Jacob De Cergueira
3 Daryl Henderson

TaG 125 Heavy
1 Lewis Reid
2 Simon Minton
3 Daniel Shugar

TaG 125 Heavy winner Lewis Reid didn’t put a foot wrong all day (pic – Brad Mitchell)

TaG 125 Light
1 Scott Foster
2 Shae Thompson
3 Bailey Grech

KA4 Junior Light
1 Luca Nici
2 Thomas Loughton
3 Joshua Byrne

Despite very little racing this year, Scott Foster took the King of the Hill crown in TaG 125 Light (pic – Brad Mitchell)

TaG Restricted Light
1 Brooke Miller
2 Daniel Sprague
3 Sebastian Fiorenza

TaG Restricted Medium
1 Graham Westling
2 Paul Hughes
3 Aaron Chivers

Interesting start to the opening heat of TaG 125 Heavy at the King of the Hill as they “attempt” to go five wide through turn one (pic – Brad Mitchell)

1 Corey Minton
2 Daniel Currey
3 Bayley Mickler


Who else gave the King of the Hill meeting a big thumbs up. Pictured is TaG 125 Heavy driver Jason Carbone (pic – Brad Mitchell)
Home track driver Thomas Loughton had an excellent King of the Hill. He was second in KA4 Junior Light and third in KA3 Junior. He is pictured waiting to head out for qualifying in KA3 Junior (pic – Brad Mitchell)