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Hard Work Hoping to Pay Off for Kevin Glover Racing at MRFKC Opener

Senior driver Robert Soroka (Photo by: Cody Schindel / CKN)


Hard Work Hoping to Pay Off for Kevin Glover Racing at MRFKC Opener

It has been a very busy start to the 2022 season for Kevin Glover Racing as a trio of club races has helped the team and its drivers prepare for the first major of the season; the Motomaster Ron Fellows Karting Championship this weekend at the Mosport Karting Centre.

It hasn’t been an easy three weeks as there were some delays getting new chassis’ and the weather wasn’t all that kind, but Kevin Glover used every opportunity he could with his drivers to help prepare them and shake off any rust after a long winter break.

His lineup of drivers has remained very loyal and remains nearly untouched from last season. Led by a large contingent of Rok Senior drivers, who also lead by example for the teams’ junior drivers, 17 members of Kevin Glover Racing will be in action this weekend at Mosport.

Both Robert Soroka and Lorenzo Morsillo pounced at the opportunity to compete in the Rok Cup SuperFinal in Italy last fall under the guidance of Glover. It was an eye-opening experience for both of them that also helped them grow as drivers ahead of this season, with both eyeing up the MRFKC podium. They are joined by the Miles brothers, Jacob and Matthew, along with Brady Clapham, Cruz Formusa and Santino Fossati who now have a years experience of Senior behind them.

Also now into their second year of two-cycle competition are Junior’s Christian Menezes and Max Raymer, who are now ready to attack a Rok Junior division that has doubled in entries from a year ago. They are joined by Aidan McMillan, who moves up from Mini Rok, and Matt McCallum who is stepping up from Briggs, to form a solid foursome of KGR drivers.

After getting some seat time down in Florida this winter, Nick and Massimo Lorusso are set for the Mini Rok division this season with KGR and they are joined by Marley Chaudhary. Experience will be key for these three drivers this season, but strong team leadership from the drivers mentioned above will help them move up the results sheet this season.

Finally, the team has a trio of drivers competing in Briggs competition this season. Muskaan Sattaur has moved up from Briggs Junior Lite to Briggs Junior and aims to leave an impression early in the season. Will McCallum will run in the Briggs Junior Lite division this season looking to build off his club race wins from last season, while the roster is rounded out by Briggs Cadet racer Marley Chaudhary.

Together it’s a very exciting team for Kevin Glover to manage this season and he’s really excited to see what comes this year. He’s also noticed the growth of drivers competing this season and with it, the larger and more competitive fields across the board.

“This year will be an exciting year for karting in Ontario and we are eager to be a part of it. With a large majority of racers in the province supporting the MRFKC, this year will have remnants of the ECKC, yielding deep competitive fields across the board. The KGR team has been working hard during the off-season and is ready for this weekend. Our drivers have shown great pace in all classes thus far and I can’t wait for the season to officially kick off. Plus, the new 2022 OTK chassis are great as usual.”

For more information on KGR contact Kevin Glover at or 905-924-6077. You can also find them on Instagram @kevingloverracing.

Kevin Glover Racing 2022 Team Lineup

ROK Senior

  • Robert Soroka
  • Lorenzo Morsillo
  • Matthew Miles
  • Jacob Miles
  • Brady Clapham
  • Cruz Formusa
  • Santino Fossati

ROK Junior

  • Christian Menezes
  • Max Raymer
  • Aidan McMillan
  • Matt McCallum

Mini ROK

  • Nick Lorusso
  • Massimo Lorusso
  • Marley Chaudhary

Briggs Junior

  • Muskaan Sattuar

Briggs Junior Lite

  • Will McCallum

Briggs Cadet

  • Marley Chaudhary

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