Horseman misses a clean sweep
David Barbosa, Shannon Caisey and Blake Horseman were among the most consistent drivers during Sunday's karting trophy race day at Bermuda Motorsports Park.
TAG Senior Class driver Barbosa and 125cc Shifter Class driver Caisey both managed three podium displays that included two wins.
Junior Clone Class driver Horseman won the opening two races in his division but was denied a clean sweep after finishing second behind championship points leader Zavier Smith in the third and final race of the day.
TAG Senior Class joint leader and 125cc Shifter Class leader Stephen Corrado also burned up the track, posting five top three finishes that included victory in the opening race in the TAG Senior division.
Anthony Bean was the day's remaining winner, the 125cc Shifter Class driver taking the chequered flag in the opening race in his division. He also posted two thirds.
Corrado and Barbosa are deadlocked in a tie in the TAG Senior Class championship standings with 187 points each.
Corrado (166) also holds a nine-point advantage over nearest rival Kevin Daley (157) in the 125cc Shifter championship standings.
Smith (172) remains 20 points clear of nearest challenger Zanardi Daley (152) in the Junior Clone Class.
Sunday's karting was held in conjunction with Bermuda Motorcyle Racing Club's penultimate round of racing on the 2013 calendar.
Jevaughn Simons, D'Nico Durrant and Ryan Resendes all posted three wins in the Formula Extreme, Mini GP and GP80cc divisions respectively.
Managing two wins was GP125cc rider Keanu Wilson.
Five national titles have already been clinched with a race day to spare.
Shannon Caisey is the new Superbike champion, Haley Place the GP125cc champion with Peter Teceira securing the Formula Xtreme title.
Ricky Wade and Durrant are the new GP70cc national champions.
Still undecided is the GP80 national title while several runners-up positions in the overall championship standings remain wide open.