SRFKC: Senior round two report

Morad, de Heus, Boam and Herder take wins SUTTON, ONTARIO The second round of the Sunoco Ron Fellows Karting Championship presented by Toronto Star Wheels was held at 3-S Go Karts in Sutton, Ontario. First Kart's Daniel ...

Morad, de Heus, Boam and Herder take wins

SUTTON, ONTARIO The second round of the Sunoco Ron Fellows Karting Championship presented by Toronto Star Wheels was held at 3-S Go Karts in Sutton, Ontario. First Kart's Daniel Morad continued his win streak by taking the Formula Senior win, while Aaron de Heus took Canada Senior. First time winner Zach Boam won World Formula Senior and Kyle Herder won Rotax Max Senior.

Formula Senior Cameron Motorsports CRG driver Robert Wickens took the Pfaff Fast Qualifier Award for the headline class. Behind him was First Kart, and round one winner, Daniel Morad. Third in qualifying was 3-S Birel driver Juliana Chiovitti. At the start, Morad took the lead, and held until two laps to go. Wickens made a pass, but Morad countered to retake the lead. This happened not once but twice on the same lap. Morad defended on the final lap to take the win ahead of Wickens and First Kart's Trevor Daley.

Canada Senior Gold Kart's Aaron de Heus took the Pfaff Fast Qualifier pole award, and went on to win after a fierce battle with Gold Kart teammate Pearce Herder. CMP's Frank Launi was third.

World Formula Senior Gold Kart's Chris Holman took the Pfaff Fast Qualifier pole award. Hurricane's Zach Boam recorded his first SRFKC win when he won the World Formula Senior race ahead of CMP's Adriano Bilotta and CRG's Corey Usher.

RotaxMax Senior Gold Kart's Kyle Herder took the Pfaff Fast Qualifier pole award for Rotax Max Senior. Herder comfortably led every lap to take his first win of the year. Behind Herder came round one winner Marco Di Leo and CMP's Frank Launi.

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Series Kart
Drivers Ron Fellows , Juliana Chiovitti , Kyle Herder , Robert Wickens , Daniel Morad , Chris Holman