Flawless Stephen Corrado dominates at Southside Raceway
Stephen Corrado was at his dominant best in the seventh round of the Bermuda Karting Club National Championships at the Southside Raceway.
Competing in the Tag class, Corrado held off stiff competition from Brian Bulhoes, William Dunkley and Nathan DeCosta to take the chequered flag in each of the three individual heats.
Bulhoes was forced to settle for three successive second-place finishes, with DeCosta finishing third in the first two heats and Dunkley in the final outing.
The L0206 Senior Class was harder fought with David Selley ultimately prevailing in the first and third heats, with Robert Wheatley winning the second.
Scott Barnes finished second in each of the races, while Selley, Wheatley and Marc Tucker also sealed a third-place finish apiece.
It was a similar story in the Stock Honda Shifters class with a four-way tussle for supremacy between Ryan Lopes, John Carreiro Jr, Jason Correia and Barnes.
In the end it was Carreiro Jr who came out on top, winning the second and third heats after finishing second to Lopes in the opening race. Lopes also claimed a second-place finish, as did Correia, while Barnes had to settle for three successive third places.
Ryan Rebello proved the man to beat in KZ Shifter class picking up victories in heats two and three ahead of Corrado, while Blake Horseman took the chequered flag in the first as well as picking up two third-place finishes.
There was dominant display from Syah Pedro in the Cadets class, completing a perfect outing with three successive victories and finishing ahead of Austin Frank in the first heat and Tanner Correia in the remaining two races.
Frank also picked up two third places, while Jemima Bonard also got on the podium with a third-place finish in the first race.
In the Tag Jr class Roman Wilkinson won a tightly-contested division, winning two of the three heats, with Lucas Flood victorious in the first, while Jeff Sousa came out on top in the L0206 Masters class, claiming the win in two races, with Speedy Harrison pipping him to success in heat one.