After their successful debut season in Canada in 2014, the ROK Cup Quebec Championship proudly crowned young driver Patrick Woods-Toth with the inaugural championship title in Mini-Rok category.
While he was unable to accept the initial award of competing at the ROK Cup International Final in Italy last fall, the series along with ROK Cup USA stepped up to ensure that Woods-Toth was rewarded for his efforts and updated the prize to allow him to compete in the international Florida Winter Tour ROK Cup Championship.
The young driver from Montreal, Quebec has enjoyed his time in Florida so far, competing in the opening two rounds in Homestead-Miami and Orlando with Team PSL Karting and supported by LP Gelinas of PSL Montreal/ROK Cup Quebec. While he challenged in Homestead, he didn’t earn the results he was hoping for, but Woods-Toth bounced back in Orlando and presented himself as a threat for the podium, battling with some of the best Mini-Rok drivers from around the world.
“I really enjoy going to Florida to compete in the FWT, it is a great learning experience. My first weekend in Homestead was not the most successful racing of my career, but through the help and coaching of LP Gelinas, Andrew Campbell and the crew at PSL Karting, I was able to turn around the second round and have a great weekend against a field of many excellent drivers,” explained Woods-Toth when contacted by CKN.
As part of the Team PSL Karting transition to the BirelART chassis, Woods-Toth will trade in his black CRG for a brand new red and white BirelART chassis at the final round in Ocala, Florida on 20-22, something he is very excited for.
Following his stint at the Florida Winter Tour Woods-Toth will return to the ROK Cup Quebec where has his sights on another championship, but this time in the ROK Junior category.
The ROK Cup Quebec Championship will feature five race events in 2015 held at SH Karting and PSL Montreal where once again the champions will be awarded with great prizes.