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Dominant karting displays on second trophy day of season

Dominant display: Jason North won each of three heats of the Senior class (Photograph by Blaire Simmons)

Five drivers enjoyed flawless outings on a day of dominant displays throughout the second Bermuda Karting Club Chris Bonard Trophy Day at the Southside Raceway.

Jason North was one such driver, winning all three heats in the Senior class. Nathan DaCosta, Jayden Brimmer and Brian Bulhoes all claimed a second-place finish apiece, with William Dunkley also getting himself on the podium in the final race.

Scott Barnes was also at his best in the L206 class taking the chequered flag in all three races, beating David Selley in the first, with Justin Lindo settling for second in the remaining heats. Selley also claimed a third-place finish, as did Ben Savill and David and Marc Tucker.

In the L206 Masters class, Jeff Sousa overcame his only rival Patrick Stamper in each of the three heats.

John Carreiro proved the man to beat in the Stock Shifter class after clinching three successive victories. In the first and third heat he edged Ryan Burgess, with Barnes taking second place in the second race. Barnes also finished third in the final heat, with Jorja Thomas and Jauza James also claiming podium finishes.

That trend continued in the Shifter KZ class with Horseman winning three from three. In each he prevailed in a close-fought battle with Ryan Rebello, as Stephen Corrado settled for three successive third-place finishes.

The Tag Junior class proved a little more evenly contested with Jonah Moniz and Roman Wilkinson each claiming victories, with the former coming out on top in two of the heats.

Meanwhile, Lucas Flood finished third in the first two races, before claiming a second-place finish in the final race.

Tanner Correia took the overall victory in the Cadets class after clinching wins in heats two and three ahead of Syah Pedro, who took the chequered flag in the first, ahead of Correia. Austin Frank sealed third in each of the races

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Published December 02, 2022 at 7:52 am (Updated December 02, 2022 at 7:52 am)

Dominant karting displays on second trophy day of season

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