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Quebec Cup: William Peters inherits 4-Stroke Senior victory.

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Quebec Cup: William Peters inherits 4-Stroke Senior victory.

With 25 karts on track there was plenty of action for the race fans on site to watch as the 4-Stroke Senior class hit the asphalt at Le Circuit Karting Mont-Tremblant. A wild start saw the dust go flying with many karts going off track in turn one. Nicholas Michaud (CRG) was able to capitalize and take the early lead while Charlotte Lalonde (CRG) slotted into second as the early lead group formed of the top-ten.

Plenty of shuffling through the group allowed Michaud and Lalonde to break away, as Jesse Lazare (TonyKart) was forced to pull off after losing his nosecone from fifth.

After starting 21st, Steven Szigeti (TonyKart) had made his way all the way to third place by the midway point, and with some help was catching the leaders quickly. Unfortunately, contact with Lalonde while going for second would result in an off-track excursion for Szigeti and the end of his chances for victory.

Up front, Michaud would take the honours winning by three-seconds with William Peters (Arrow) taking second. Vincent Cyr (Arrow) took third ahead of Shawn Dos Santos and Lalonde.

However, following the race, Michaud was handed a two-position penalty for shortcutting the track, awarding the victory to to Peters.

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