The Waterloo Regional Kart Club had their final points race of the 2018 season this past weekend with most class titles still up for grabs.
The Cadet class we saw Matthew Roach taking the checkered flag over second place Caleb Campbell. Novice class was Isabella Rego over hard-charging Scotty Watkins, which provided a lot of action in the last couple of laps with great racing. Junior Lite’s win went to William Adams while the Junior Heavy feature win went to Jordan Ramsbottom.
Senior Medium had part-time driver Kyle Edgar sit in for Austin Bisschop in the #48 kart and he took the win over Ciarra Collison. The Master’s group final was extremely close the entire race with Trevor McDonald taking the win for the second week in a row over Dave Mordue, followed closely behind by Paul Harrison.
This wraps up the WRKC clubs 2018 points season. Still to come is the clubs long standing Oktoberfest Grand Prix event that brings karters from all over the province. So come on out to see this one day event now in its 37th year bring a kart, bring a friend, everyone is welcome.
Top 5 results from each group:
1) Matthew Roach 2) Caleb Campbell 3) Avery Bowers 4) Jamie Rowley5) Liam Hofrichter
1) Isabella Rego 2) Scotty Watkins 3) Nolan Hofrichter 4) Ryan Tot 5) Stewart Ross
1) William Adams 2) Joey Woolsey 3) Ethan Slote 4) Connor Pinos 5) Owen Colling
1) Jordan Ramsbottom 2) Piper Adams 3) Jonny Robillard 4) Emerald Hopkins 5) Olivia Hopkins
1) Kyle Edgar 2) Ciarra Collison 3) Mathew Tarr 4) Wesley Tobin 5) Madison Colling
1) Trevor McDonald 2) Dave Mordue 3) Paul Harrison 4) Brian Wilkinson 5) Scott Elwood
With race 13 now complete the WRKC is proud to announce the 2018 Champions
CADET: Celeb Campbell from Cambridge
NOVICE: Isabella Rego from Cambridge
JR LITE: William Adams from Milton
JR HEAVY: Josh Bisschop from Dorchester
SR MEDIUM: Austin Bisschop from Dorchester
MASTERS: Brian Wilkinson from Stoney Creek
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For more information on the club and its upcoming 2019 year as well as the biggest race of the season please check us out at wrkc.on.ca.
The Waterloo Regional Kart Club is a family oriented organization and encourages families to join us. Families from ages 7 to 70 can come out to experience the thrills of Canada’s largest 4-stroke go karting club and cheer on your favorite driver’s admission is always FREE.