from Stuart Lee
The Launceston Kart Club’s four hour enduro has been run and won with locals Alastair Lee and Zane Wyatt teaming up to take out the overall win and $1500 in prizemoney.
The enduro commenced at 4pm on Saturday with 25 teams and 50 drivers taking on the challenge to conquer the grueling four hour race.
With two weight divisions, the racing was on from start to finish, with multiple full course yellows that bunched to pack back up and kept the racing close all day.
In the 320kg Light class, LKC members Tim Piper and Lochie Dalton claimed the win and were first across the finish line completing 326 laps.
Second in Light went to Launceston’s Calvin Broad and Hobart’s Mitch Evans, while third was coastal brothers Jordy and Matthew Distill.
The 350kg Heavy class was won by Alistair Lee and Zane Wyatt who crossed the finish line second outright on 324 laps. Second went to Jamie Bricknell and Sam Crack both from Launceston, with Logan Dixon and Daniel Hinds third.
However, Lee and Wyatt won the overall classification and the prize money based on a laps-and-qualifying time calculation.
Earlier in the day, the Cadet 12 thirty minute enduro was taken out by Cooper Synfield with Mitchell Conroy 2nd and George Macmillan 3rd.
- full results on speedhive HERE
Launceston’s Harrison Sellars won the 70 minute Junior enduro with fellow LKC member Tyson Phegan 2nd and Hobart’s Elliot Bellars 3rd.