With a solid 38 karts in class, Mini-Max was set to for a showdown on Saturday at the Orlando Kart Center when officials approved to allow them all race, and it was a wild one!
While Brazil’s Gianluca Petecof (AM Kart) and Lochie Hughes were able to sneak away in the opening stages of the Mini-Max Final, the action that
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With no less than ten karts beating and banging on each other, one would have thought it was Senior Max on track given everyones composure. Mexico’s Emiliano Richards (Birel) was right in the middle of it, as was Canadian Matthew Latifi (Ferrolati Corse/TonyKart), along with Devin Boutot (TonyKart) and Alex Verhagen (Arrow). The d’Orlando brothers (Koene/TonyKart) also found themselves in the thick of it as each of these drivers had themselves in a position to stand on the podium.
But up front it was all Petecof as he cruised to a huge win over Hughes while Richards won the battle for third.
Latifi wound up seventh at the stripe, Nicholas d’Orlando 12th, Xavier Harris (Goodwood/Intrepid) 16th, Matthew Barry 26th, while Michael d’Orlando and Ryan MacDermid (Energy Kart) were DNF’s.