Gippsland Twilight Ends Season

A Saturday afternoon twilight meeting concluded the Gippsland Go Kart Club’s competition year at Morwell on December 4.

Aston Hill (Cadet 12) and Grant Wicks (KA3 Senior Medium) both enjoyed a clean sweep in their class, beating their rivals in every one of the five races that made up the day.

Despite this turn-1 off, Aston Hill won every heat in Cadet 12 (pic – Steve Dansie)

The meeting concluded with ‘Challenge’ races (ie, handicaps, progressively faster drivers being released from pit lane straight into racing) for the three age groups Cadets, Juniors and Seniors.

  • full results on speedhive HERE
Grant Wicks #22 enjoyed close battles with brother Mark #2 to win Senior Medium (pic – Steve Dansie)

Cadet 12
1 Aston Hill
2 Oscar Corless
3 Anashe Manyau

Cadet 9
1 James Flynn
2 Alana Gurney
3 Oliver Armitt

Cadet 9 winner James Flynn (pic – Steve Dansie)

KA3 Senior Light
1 Shannon Fisher

KA3 Senior Medium
1 Grant Wicks
2 Mark Wicks
3 Thomas Brook/Teilor Woolford


Shannon Fisher #12 in contact with Thomas Brook (pic – Steve Dansie)

KA3 Junior
1 Chadd Moore

KA4 Junior Light
1 Bailin Jessop
2 Levi Fisher
3 Liam Kaldvee

Juniors form up, Chadd Moore #22 and Bailin Jessop #12 off the front row (pic – Steve Dansie)

KA4 Junior Heavy
1 Jackson Stone
2 Cameron Anderson
3 Connor James

TaG Heavy
1 Cameron Correa
2 David Bishoff

TaG Heavy drivers Cameron Correa #68 and David Bishoff #7 racing hard (pic – Steve Dansie)

Cadet Challenge
1 James Flynn
2 Oscar Corless
3 Anashe Manyau

Junior Challenge
1 Chadd Moore (KA3)
2 Levi Fisher (KA4)
3 Jackson Stone (KA4)

1 Mark Wicks (KA3)
2 David Bishoff (TaG)
3 Grant Wicks (KA3)