Griffith karters let loose on home track

Ash Woolner

Ash Woolner

Two Sundays ago, Griffith Kart Club held the first round of its club championship with a great turn out of karters.

There was some action-packed racing throughout the day and it all started in the cadet 12s.

There was some great driving displays in the 12s but none better than William Garner who came away with the win.

Ky Young wasn’t far behind as he claimed third place.

KA3 senior light saw Jason Severino and Tysen Enness battling it out.

Severino secured the victory just in front of Enness in second.

There was some great racing between Jamie Prendergast and Ben Jones in the KA3 senior heavy.

Prendergast snagged the top spot with Jones in second.

TAG 125 open light saw James O’Callaghan step up to his new class.

O’Callaghan didn’t miss a beat to take out the number one spot on the podium.

The club president was on show in the TAG 125 open heavy.

He hasn’t lost his touch, either, with a second placing in the class.

Club stalwart Rino Mezzomo clashed with William and John Ross Wood in TAG 125 restricted light.

William was victorious with John Ross and Mezzomo rounding out a Griffith podium clean sweep.

Tony Monahan and Blake Snaidero continued the strong local flavour when the pair went up against each other in the TAG 125 restricted heavy.

It was Monahan who came away with the win with Snaidero taking out a close second – a great effort for Snaidero in a new class and new kart.

Griffith Kart Club’s next big meeting is just a few weeks away. It will be a two-day event on April 8-9.

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