Fantastic racing at Wisbech and District Kart Racing Club’s grass championships

14:36 30 June 2014

Kart 54 Kevin Jackson. 125/4 Senior winner.

Kart 54 Kevin Jackson. 125/4 Senior winner.

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Wisbech and District Kart Racing Club’s home The Club Field in Manea was the venue for the third round of the Grass Championships.

Marcus Gilbert (Kart 43) 125/4 Junior Winner.Marcus Gilbert (Kart 43) 125/4 Junior Winner.

In the 70cc class new member William Cole, in only his second race meeting, took top honours with 78 points.

Alex Ward dominated the 90cc class, with newcomer Grady Goode impressing enough to be named Junior Of The Day.

In a thrilling 125/4 Juniors section, Marcus Gilbert saw off competition from sister Charlotte, Ky Rolfe and Sam Russell to claim the honours.

Andrew Nunn was outstanding and took the 125/2 podium top spot, whilst Harrison took the honours in the 250/2 class.

In form James Fisher won the 250/4 class, while Kevin Jackson saw off 19 other racers to come out on top in the 125/4 Seniors.

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