CAMERON MOTORSPORTS: SRFKC JUNIOR DRIVER REVIEW "Success continues at round ...
CAMERON MOTORSPORTS: SRFKC JUNIOR DRIVER REVIEW
"Success continues at round #6"
Hamilton, Ontario -- September 25, 2007 -- The Cameron Motorsports Race Team -- junior drivers - finished the Sunoco Ron Fellows Karting Championship (SRFKC) with five drivers finishing in the top three in series points including one championship with Cadet pilot Garrett Grist.
Grist, who runs the national level Snap-on Stars of Karting Presented by IndyCar Series, claimed the F1-K Cadet championship. The talented Grimsby, Ontario resident scored several victories throughout the '07 SRFKC series and was the main driver to beat in the series in the F1-K Cadet division.
"Garrett Grist was on his game every race weekend," explained Cameron Motorsports Danielle Duffy. "Garrett has a great personality and excellent race craft. I am confident that he will again be a driver to beat in 2008."
In the F1-K Junior class, Cameron Motorsports drivers claimed the second and third positions in the overall series championship. Talented junior pilot Jeffery May was the championship runner-up and was followed closely by the up and coming Addison Rayner. Rayner's season is not quite over as he will join six other Cameron Motorsports drivers at the Team Ultra 94 Evaluation Day.
Rotax Junior was a carbon copy of the F1-K results as national level front runner David Ostella and Rotax standout Joshua Korenyi garnered the second and third positions in the overall series title chase. Young Ostella led the championship points chase for five of six races and contributing to his result was some misfortune that came about in the final event.
"We had some great results with our junior drivers," explained Cameron Motorsports Mike Roth. "The CMI Race Team and all of these drivers have bright futures ahead of them and I am extremely excited about the 2008 racing season."