The 2014 Waterloo Regional Kart Club season came to end on Saturday 27th. There were winners, but there were no losers. The obvious winners are the champions in each class that had to be at their best week in and week out, always knowing that there were competitors ready to capitalize on any mistake. The less obvious winners were the competitors that started the season with a goal, it may have been finish in the top 10, win their first ever heat race, or finish better than last year, that met those goals. Racing can be a tough sport, not everyone may have met their goals but they still had the chance to compete, make new friends and spend hours talking about the great passes they made, the fastest lap they ever had on rain tires, or how much they learned this year that’s going to help them get in the top 10 next year. It was another great season, made so by the competitors that showed up week in and week out and competed wheel to wheel, and then shook hands with their fellow competitors, or shared a funny story at the end of the race day.
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The race results by class are as follows:
1st Christian Alger, 2nd Joey Woolsey, 3rd Ethan Slote, 4th Ethan Donkers, 5th Jordan Ramsbottom.
1st Josh Bisschop, 2nd Zachary Allison, 3rd Kyle DaSilva, 4th Liam Rhodes, 5th Grace Baillargeon
1st Aaron Turnbull, 2nd Ciarra Collison, 3rd Madison Colling, 4th Jaden Baillargeon, 5th Peter Ditner
1st Kaitlin Neely, 2nd Andrew Whelan, 3rd Wesley Tobin, 4th Miranda Gill, 5th John Ditner
1st Jared Gill, 2nd David Miller , 3rd Steven Murdock, 4th Ryan Brutzki, 5th Kenny Rockwell
1st Jake Collison, 2nd Brian Wilkinson, 3rd Rich Mizener, 4th Ed Crozier, 5th Dave Mordue
Although the last points race has been run for the year there is still another chance for the WRKC racers to test their skill against some of the best racers in Ontario at the Oktoberfest Grandprix. This is the largest 4 stroke race in Canada. It will take place at Flamboro Speedway on Saturday October 11th. For more information on this great racing tradition you can visit the club website at www.wrkc.on.ca. Spectators are always welcome.