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3 sweep classes at Karting


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SEBASTIAN THOMPSON, Christian Hinds and Mark Thompson swept their class with a flawless performance in the fourth round of the Barbados Karting Association’s 2016 SDRR Motorpsort/Chefette season.

The action took place at the Bushy Park Racing Circuit on Monday and these three drivers were in top form on the Williams Equipment-sponsored race day.

Sebastian Thompson won the Easykart Juniors 100cc after a close battle initially with Dana Bradshaw.

The event used the Eastern Karting configuration in an anti-clockwise direction and, as has been the case this season, races were run ten minutes, 12 minutes and 15 minutes plus two laps.

Dana Bradshaw was second in all three races, while Graham Bradshaw was third and Adam Marshall fourth.

Hinds was in dominant form and had his own way at the front of the X30 Class. Whenever he sensed someone was getting close, he just applied the pressure to open his advantage once again and easily won all three races.

Second was Ricky Kirton, who had to settle for second place in all three of the day’s races, while Reco Alkins was third and Calvin Bartlett fourth.

Mark Thompson crushed the rest of the field in the Easykart 125cc senior masters, winning by a comfortable margin each time.

Mark Kinch was in fine form in the Easykart 125cc Lights as he bounced back from his second-place finish in the opening race to win the other two races on the day.

Race one winner Joshua Maloney was third in the second race and second in the final race. Tremaine Forde-Catwell carried off two third-place finishes and one second place. (PR)


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