The Barbados Karting Association is heading to the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre to thrill fans with some fantastic racing in a circuit designed inside the car park for the fourth round of their 2013 Frutee Championship. They will be part of the AutoMoto Show which will be hosted at the same venue this Saturday.
However, some of the karting action will get going before the official start of the show at 2 p.m.†The day’s karting action is sponsored by Crane and Equipment and will feature the new engine series for the second time this season.
The action in this new X30 class was close as champion driver Tremaine Forde-Catwell, Owen Yard, Aiden Fortier, Christian Hinds and Javani Smith all turned out for the class.†Three different drivers, Fortier, Forde-Catwell and Smith all captured a race victory on the day and will be looking to add to their fortunes in the fourth round.
In the 310 Premier Class, Nicholas Gill continues his impressive winning streak in the 2013 season.
He started off the year with a bang winning the class and continues to be the one to catch in the class. The recent migration has also helped him to maintain his stranglehold on the class with his main rivals moving in the new X30 class.
In the 270 Class the battle is once again expected to be between Joshua Maloney and Zane Maloney. Only one point separated these two at the end of the third round and both will be looking to be at the top at the end of the day.
Saviola Thomas is also expected to be among these two in the battle for supremacy, while Joshua Parris is never far off.
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