Jason North maintains perfect start to karting campaign
Jason North continued his sensational start to the new Bermuda Karting Club National Championships campaign with another perfect outing in the second round at the Southside Raceway on Sunday.
Building on the momentum of his opening round supremacy, North was again at his dominant best, winning each of the three heats of the L206 Senior Class. Scott Barnes was forced to settle for three consecutive second-place finishes, with Rian Lindo and Jeff Sousa both getting on the podium, the former in the first and third race.
There was also a dominant display in the Shifter Class where Ryan Rebello proved unbeatable, picking three straight victories. Stephen Corrado proved his nearest rival, claiming second place in each of the heats with Jorja Thomas picking up two third-place finishes in the final two races. There was also a podium place for Ryan Burgess in the opening heat.
Blake Horseman also ended the day with a perfect record in the Tag Senior Class. In the opening race he pipped Bilal Binns to victory, before holding off a strong challenge from Shannon Caisey in the second and third heats. Richard Walker-Talbot completed the top three places in the opening heat, before Brian Bulholes battled his way to successive third-place finishes to wrap an encouraging outing.
Caisey also enjoyed success in the Modified Shifter Class, picking up victories over the only other competitor, D'Nico Durrant, in the first two races, before the latter turned the tables in the final heat.
There was also a good rivalry in the Cadets Class where Jonah Moniz ultimately prevailed against Isaiah Daniels-Green in each of the three heats. Syah Pedro finished third in the first and third races, while Roman Wilkinson completed the podium places in the remaining heat.