Rand Kart Club. Last rounds for Gaut­eng karters

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KZN’s karters will be closley watch­ing the week­end’s rac­ing at Zwartkops where the Vor­tex Rok and IAME X30 class ti­tles will be de­cided.

With six Gaut­eng cham­pi­ons al­ready crowned in the Ro­tax Max classes, just the fi­nal three ti­tles are up for grabs, with NR Max­terino cham­pion Kwanda Mokoena (FA Kart) and newly crowned SA na­tional Mini Rok cham­pion Al­tan Bouw (Za­nardi are sep­a­rated by just a point gong into the fi­nale in the pri­mary school 60 cc Mini Rok class.

Jor­dan North (Kos­mic) mean­while has a handy cham­pi­onship lead in the high school Ju­nior Rok cham­pi­onship chase and he just has to fin­ish to wrap up the high school Ju­nior Rok 125 cc ti­tle.

Be­hind him the likes of Dy­lan Seely, Michael Pringle, Luca Munaretto, An­drea White and Oliver Gun­ner will get a chance to tussle, al­though last week’s Ju­nior Rok World Cham­pi­onship run­ner-up Stu­art White may pitch up to rain on ev­ery­one’s pa­rade.

Nathan Parkins (Kos­mic) is an­other driver fresh from World Cham­pi­onship suc­cess, but he has a handy ti­tle ad­van­tage in the IAME X30 shifter class, where he will need to keep an eye on the likes of Con­nor Rogers, El­ruco du Plessis and Ja­son Smith while reel­ing off those laps.

Satur­day’s pro­gramme also in­cludes club rounds for the Cadet, Max­terino, DD2, 125 GP and Club­mans classes, all of whom will race for the sake of rac­ing.—

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