Curtis Fox (Innisfil Indy/GP) was able to accomplish one of the few Canadian Karting victories he didn’t have on his CV by winning Sunday’s ICC main. Fox, who is one of the most popular drivers in the paddock, came to Shannonville this weekend as the favourite to sweep both Shifter races of the weekend. Things came to a rough start however when a driver error caused Fox to retire from the Saturday’s Final.
In the Sunday Final, Frank Launi (Innisfil Indy/GP) put his kart on pole with Kristian Jeffrey (3S Go-Karts/EA) along side. Launi would get the hole shot into the first corner with Jeffery and Fox following closely. In the first half of the race Fox passed Jeffery for second without both drivers losing too much time to Launi in the lead. Fox was patiently sitting behind Launi in second until he got through into the lead after the half point in the race, with Launi now in hot pursuit. As laps wound down, Launi tried to dive in the inside of Fox into three to get the lead but was to far back to make a big commitment allowing Fox to cruise home with the victory ahead of Launi and Jeffrey. Saturday winner Nico Fattore (Innisfil Indy/ GP) finished in fourth position ahead of Pearce Herder (Karts & Parts/LH) who was using this race to prepare for Rotax DD2 at the Nationals.
|5.||Pearce Herder (DD2)||LH||+35.475|