It was a very impressive drive by William Chayer this weekend at Mosport Kartways, earning himself both victories in the Briggs & Stratton LO206 Junior category, but it was championship leader Joshua Conquer who used a conservative approach to confirm himself as the champion, a year after finishing as vice-champion in the category. On Saturday, Chayer and Conquer were able to break free in the Final as the field of 24 drivers navigated the roller coaster Mosport circuit. Conquer looked racy, and challenged Chayer, but keeping the championship in mind he didn’t try anything too risky as Chayer hit his marks to earn the victory. In a tight race for third, Mackenzie Clark led his Maranello teammate Jordan Prior across the finish line to take the final step on the podium.
Chayer managed the race well again on Sunday after starting on the pole-position. Taking advantage of some early race battling behind, Chayer broke free and was all alone until there were only a few laps left. Catching up to lap traffic and with rain drops beginning to fall, the tandem of Gavin Sanders and Conquer began to close in. But the Chayer made it to the checkers before his rivals could catch his rear bumper and he took win number two with Conquer second and Sanders third at the finish. With his double-podium, Conquer confirmed his championship with Megan Gilkes second, an impressive finish since she failed to finish on the podium this ECKC season, and Chayer third, jumping up six positions in the final weekend of racing.