For the third straight Motomaster Ron Fellows Karting Championship season, Patrick Woods-Toth and Prime Powerteam are the Rok Senior Champions as the Quebec-based driver celebrated his fifth and sixth race wins of the season at Brechin Motorsport Park over the weekend to seal the deal.
On Saturday Woods-Toth trailed Adam Ali (REM/Kosmic) for the entire duration of the 26-lap final around the Gamebridge circuit, slipping back a few kart lengths from time to time, but keeping the race leader within striking distance.
On the final lap, just as it seemed he may have been out of chances, Woods-Toth dove up the inside of an unsuspecting Ali in corner seven and grabbed the lead. Finishing out the final three corners, he rounded the final corner to take win number five this season ahead of Ali and Gianluca Savaglio (REM/Kosmic), who held off Robert Soroka (KGR/RedSpeed) and Marco Filice (Prime/BirelART) on the final lap.
Sunday’s Final looked a little more like what we’ve become used to from Woods-Toth over the past three seasons.
From the pole position, he got out front and pulled a gap early. Pulling away from Soroka and Ali, he would eventually cross the finish line 2.6 seconds ahead, unchallenged for win number six. Soroka and Ali were separated by half a second all race long and finished second and third.
For his excellent season, Woods-Toth was awarded a full season entry to the 2022 Rok Cup USA Florida Winter Tour.
Separated by only 18 points, Soroka ended the season as Vice-Champion while Adam Ali was third overall, with both scoring entries to ROK Vegas.