Without doubt, Peter Nuske is showing dominance in this class and is looking like a contender for the 2017 Drivers Championship. Can he go back to back? Gumina and Sciarretta are improving every meeting, won't be long before they are going to be a threat.
1st Peter Nuske Scorpion/ Rotax/ Maxxis
2nd Joe Gumina Tonykart/ Rotax/ Dunlop
3rd Daneil Sciarretta Tonykart/ Rotax/ Dunlop
A hard fort weekend for all competitors. Everybody had some niggles at some point during the weekend but the racing keeps getting better in this cost effective class and is growing every meeting.
1st Cameron Moxley Gladiator/ Yamaha/ MG
2nd Scott Jamieson Gladiator/ Yamaha/ MG
3rd Keith Taylor Gladiator/ Yamaha/ Maxxis
Sam McFerran putting a dominant performance all weekend. William Tait putting in a solid performance all weekend and is improving with each appearance. Phil Silcock after an early setbacks which saw some micro adjustments to the rear axle required. Lindsay Jamieson and Jon Bothamley battled issues but showed very good speed during the weekend.
1st. Sam McFerran BRM/ Honda/ MG
2nd William Tait Stockman/ Honda/ Hoosier
3rd Phil Silcock Avoig/ Honda/ Hoosier
The weekend was a Gas Gas show all weekend due to the no show of Dan Lewis. Tim Weier battled hard all weekend with Lachlan Crisp and sharing the honours between them all weekend. Unfortunately Gareth Crisp had an engine problems in qualifying which hampered his performance.
1st. Tim Weier Anderson/ Gas Gas/ Dunlop
2nd Lachlan Crisp Anderson/ Gas Gas/ Dunlop
3rd Gareth Crisp Anderson/ Gas Gas/ Dunlop
Steve Cloake in his Stockman/ VM showed the way most of the weekend but unfortunately couldn't stay around for the presentation. Rookie Neil Faulkner in the ex Russell Jamieson Anderson /DEA showed promise in his first ever appearance. Brian Wild had an up and down weekend but is getting his package sorted.
1st. Steve Cloake Stockman/ VM/ Dunlop
2nd. Neil Falkner Anderson/ DEA/ Dunlop
3rd Brian Wild PVP/ Yamaha/ Dunlop
The QSC Inc dipped their toes into the social media pond last night at Harry’s Diner bike night in Windsor as a pre-curser to a superkart night now booked for the Saturday 17th June. Darryl Bertram had kindly offered up his Formula 1 250cc International Superkart for the display and was also gracious enough to answer all of the usual questions from an eager crowd.
The evening was slowly building until 6:15pm when what could only be described as swarms of motorcyclists arrived, we didn’t do a head count but I suspect easily around 1,500 people for a Wednesday but there may have been many more as bikes come and go throughout the evening.
Motorcyclists obviously travel in groups of four as this seemed to be the amount of people that would approach and inspect the kart at any one time. The general crowd were amazed as to the technical specs of Darryl’s 250cc kart, lots of selfies were taken and uploaded to social media with the kart in the foreground of the diner.
Both men and women were googling the club, Superkarts, video and were stunned as to the racing action on Youtube and the affordability of the sport. They were equally stunned when we informed them the QSC Inc is having their 40th Anniversary this year as those inspecting the kart openly stated ‘that we’ve have never seen any of this before’.