CAMERON MOTORSPORTS: SRFKC SENIOR DRIVER REVIEW "Victories and podiums at final round" Hamilton, Ontario -- September 25, 2007 -- The Cameron Motorsports Race Team -- senior drivers - finished the Sunoco Ron Fellows Karting Championship...
CAMERON MOTORSPORTS: SRFKC SENIOR DRIVER REVIEW
"Victories and podiums at final round"
Hamilton, Ontario -- September 25, 2007 -- The Cameron Motorsports Race Team -- senior drivers - finished the Sunoco Ron Fellows Karting Championship (SRFKC) with seven drivers finishing in the top three in series points including three championships.
Mike Vincec was the class of the series as the talented second year senior driver scored three championships for the Cameron Motorsports squad. Vincec took the series titles in Rotax Senior, Rotax DD2 and Formula Senior. Vincec, who can be classified as one of Canada's brightest futures, has been honing his skills at the Snap-on Stars of Karting Presented by the IndyCar Series and will compete in the series finale next month in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Joining Vincec on the championship podium is first year senior driver Michael DiMeo in Rotax DD2. DiMeo started his season off strong by winning the FWT DD2 Championship and kept that momentum going all season long eventually scoring a victory at the final two rounds of the SRFKC at Mosport International Karting and Goodwood Kartways. Both Vincec and DiMeo will join five other Cameron Motorsports drivers at the Team Ultra 94 Evaluation Day.
Cameron Motorsports drivers swept the Formula Senior podium as Vincec was joined by Curtis Fox and Michael DiMeo. All three of these drivers were consistently at the front all series long and worked well together in attaining the Cameron Motorsports championship sweep.
Senior pilot and Team Ultra 94 hopeful Mike Lennie garnered the third position in the overall series championship in F1K Senior.
"Our senior drivers did a tremendous job this season," explained Cameron Motorsports Mike Roth. "Several drivers will look to make the jump to open wheel racing and we are glad to advance another few drivers through the Cameron Motorsports program."