2018 QLD Superkart Series Round 4

Submitted by Timw on Tue, 03/07/2018 - 11:50
It's that time again the Superkarts are back at Queensland Raceway
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Who's your pick in the 250 Twins? in the #68 is Michael Nicholas in his Yamaha Powered Stockman returning after some engine drama's earlier in the year. #79 is Steve Cloake running his VM powered Stockman Steve has been MIA so far this year with other commitments but I'm sure he'll be looking to made up for lost time. The #50 see Brian Wild in his Yamaha Powered PVP looking to capitalise on Russell Jamieson's absence and take over the lead in the Championship.

The 250 National Class is well represented this weekend with 6 entries. The #89 Tim Weier has had it all his own way so far this year but the Crisp brothers Lachlan #10 and Gareth #88 will be looking to put a stop to that. the #27 of Johnny La Spina is getting faster every round can he get up there and mix it with the top 3? Dan Lewis #8 is the dark horse for the weekend after taking a hitaus and playing in the speedway dirt he's back and will feature in the results without doubt. New member Matthew Mew is driving the #37 ex Adam Hogan kart.

The 125 National class will be one to watch with championship leader @rocketrod11 missing due to injury it leaves it wide open for others to close the gap. #6 Jon Bothamely will be hoping to improve his realibilty after some engine troubles last time. #46 Doug Amiss is back in the Bluff Racing Stockman Yamaha last time he was busy chasing @australianamericanracing #34 Darryl Bertram. Returning for his first race meeting of 2018 is the #7 of Alex Hussey. Phil Silcock has already been dragged out of retirement to pilot the CSystems TM powered Avoig #23. Who will take it out stay tuned! #superkarts #championship #racing

The class to be in atm the 85cc Gearboxes will see another ripper weekend of racing as #73 Scott Jamieson and #93 Keith Taylor fight for top spot in the championship, only 14 points seperate them #itsclose @bdouglas_37 has got his formula junior kart running reliably and will no doubt be mixing it at the front all weekend. #69 Ben Smith will be looking to continue reducing his lap times as he gains more seat time in his Yamaha powered Gladiator. #26 will see Drene Jamieson behind the wheel with Lindsay Jamieson piloting the #76 Lindra Properties Stockman #QSC2018 #championship #letsgoracing

The NGB class is going through a rebuilding phase and our newest member Leighton Cook is making his debut driving the ex Peter Nuske championship winning kart he will be #45. #16 Peter Nuske will be looking to keep building on his championship lead and harassing the slower 125GB karts. #15 Nicholas Marshall will be looking to build on his points tally after missing the last round. #18 in this pic but back in his trusty X30 #33 is David Dyson looking for a strong weekend to move up the championship ladder. #5 Raymond Ralph had a ball last timing mixing it with Nuske and some of the slower 125 GB karts he'll be hoping to continue that form over the weekend! #QSC2018 #superkarts #championship