Almost 100 Superkart drivers are headed for Phillip Island this weekend for the second and final round of the 2022 ZuCoins Australian Superkart Championship. Click through for the preview and see who’s on form in each class.
Driver PR – Jett Kocoski returned to the Newcastle circuit over the weekend to get ready for the final round of the Australian Kart Championship, but a cracked chassis hampered his effort in the KA2 class.
Driver PR – After coming off a strong result at the June club meet, Ashton Cattach returned to the Eastern Lions Kart Club for the July round of the club’s championship and finsihed the day on the podium once more.
Driver PR – Archie Bristow ramped up his preparation for this weekend’s Panduit City of Melbourne Titles by racing at the Go Kart Club of Victoria club meet over the weekend – and dominating the Cadet 9 class.
Karting Australia has reminded potential competitors there is qualification criteria and eligibility restrictions for certain drivers around the second edition of the Ultimate Club Racer event at Monarto later this year.
Driver PR – Having not long ago moved to the senior ranks, Cohen Day travelled to Queensland for the fourth round of the Australian Kart Championship and ended up coming home with a top ten finish in X30.
Driver PR – Entering the round leading the KZ2 points, Jay Coul could only qualify mid field and suffered a mechanical DNF in the heats. However, that fired a remarkable recovery that resulted in a podium.