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Massive Turnout at CRFKC as Drivers Prepare for Canadian Championships

-MotoMaster Ron Fellows Karting Championship

Massive Turnout at CRFKC as Drivers Prepare for Canadian Championships

The Champion Ron Fellows Karting Championship continues to impress in its debut season. The third round of the regional championship drew a massive 218 drivers across twelve categories in a day filled with excitement and anxiety as drivers battled heat and humidity for important championship points while some out of town drivers jumped at the last chance to test before this weeks ASN Canadian National Karting Championships.

Once again the Briggs & Stratton numbers are breathing life back into the sport and they are providing a show while doing it. 124 drivers were split across the five categories on track, including continued growth in the Novice and Junior Lite classes with more and more drivers becoming interested in the regional program that pits the MIKA and TRAK clubs together.

Drivers from as far away as Alberta, Quebec and New Brunswick made their way to Mosport Kartways to use the weekend to get up to speed on the tricky track configuration that will be utilized for the Canadian Championships.

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Jonathan Treadwell leads the 40-strong Briggs & Stratton Senior class (Photo by: Cody Schindel/CKN)

The day ran very smoothly with only one incident holding up the schedule when Rotax Junior driver Ryan Macdermid went for a wild ride at the start of the Final. After being transported to hospital, Macdermid was released with no injuries and intends to be back this week for the Nationals.

We received a very positive update on Ryan MacDermid, the Rotax Junior driver transferred to hospital yesterday from…

Posted by Canadian Karting News on Monday, August 17, 2015

Added to the CRFKC schedule for the weekend, the Open Shifter class hit the track for the first time at Mosport. The sweet sound of six-speed shifter kart engines enlightens any true karting fan and while they competed alongside the Rotax DD2 drivers this weekend, the class will have their moment of glory this week as a Canadian National class for the first time in seven years.

With all eyes back on Mosport Kartways this week for Canada’s premier event of the summer, the ASN Canadian National Championships, we hope to see even more of this great summer competition. And for those CRFKC competitors looking towards the championship finale, it will happen at Goodwood Kartways in September.

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Junior Briggs led by Tyler McCullough (605) and Tanner Hamilton (688) – Photo by: Cody Schindel/CKN


Class by class Top-5 Results:

Briggs & Stratton Novice (9)
1. Brayden Lindgren
2. Liam Cusack
3. Martie Fletcher
4. Anthony Boscia
5. Ethan Donkers

Briggs & Stratton Junior Lite (20)
1. JR Lindgren
2. Gianluca Savaglio
3. Mark Davis
4. Sheyla Basalic
5. Zain Ikram

Briggs & Stratton Junior (30)
1. Zachary Latimer
2. Khloe Drummond
3. Matthew Barry
4. Tanner Hamilton
5. Josh Conquer

Briggs & Stratton Senior (40)
1. Jon Treadwell
2. Kyle Edgar
3. Ryan Mohan
4. Gerald Caseley
5. Christopher Proietto

Briggs & Stratton Masters (25)
1. Mike Rogers
2. Kyle Aulenback
3. Jeff Forsey
4. David Anderson
5. George Stiliadis

Micro-Max (10)
1. Dale Curran
2. Anthony Sardellitti
3. Justin Arseneau
4. Georgie Zouein
5. Marcello Paniccia

Mini-Max (9)
1. Xavier Harris
2. Patrick Woods-Toth
3. Gianluca Savaglio
4. Stefano Lucente
5. Liam Rhodes

Junior Rotax (13)
1. Matthew Latifi
2. Russell Boyle
3. Roman DeAngelis
4. Joe Soranno
5. Raphael Forcier

Senior Rotax (18)
1. Marco Signoretti
2. Anthony Tolfa
3. Tyler Kashak
4. Marco Di Leo
5. Davide Greco

Masters Rotax (5)
1. Alexandre Mankovski
2. Julian Romagnuolo
3. Alessandro Deluca
4. Peter Courteau
5. Derek Woodbridge

Rotax DD2/Masters (15)
1. Tyler Kashak
2. Alessandro Bizzotto
3. Fred Woodley
4. Enrico Menotti
5. Austin Riley

Open Shifter (6)
1. Chad Campbell
2. Zach Shearer
3. Jimmy Lo
4. Ryan Montein
5. Paolo Gomes

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