6 May, 2003 - The Remo Racing led Trulli kart team have leapfrogged CRG in the AON Manufacturers Cup for the 2003 Dunlop Australian CIK Championship. Despite not taking a victory in the second round of the Championship by scoring points in every...
6 May, 2003 - The Remo Racing led Trulli kart team have leapfrogged CRG in the AON Manufacturers Cup for the 2003 Dunlop Australian CIK Championship.
Despite not taking a victory in the second round of the Championship by scoring points in every class the team had an entrant ensured their movement up the order.
In Intercontinental A it was Glenn Powles (2nd), Troy Woodger (3rd) and John Martin (5th) who gained valuable points for the team as did, Ben McCashney in Junior Intercontinental A (4th) and Barclay Holden who finished fourth in Formula A.
William Yarwood's victory in Intercontinental C and Paul Laskazeski's second place in Junior Intercontinental A assisted the Jon Targett led Team Arrow into second place relegating the CRG team down to third in the AON Manufacturers Cup.
While the CRG team may have dropped to third in the AON Manufacturers standings Rainer and Leech CRG driver, Jason Hryniuk extended his Formula A Championship lead with a fine second place.
Hryniuk has a 23 point lead in the prestigious Formula A Championship over JT Team Arrow's Matthew Wall and Trulli kart pilot, Holden who are equal second. The pair are 14 points clear of Queensland veteran, Richard McLeod who had a disappointing second round.
Round winner, Birel's Nick Lowe capitalized from Powles' disappointing Pre-Final to move 12 points clear at the top of the Intercontinental A Championship chase.
Troy Woodger's sensational round at his home circuit has elevated him to third place in the Championship standings.
The Intercontinental C Championship standings had a shake up with Definitive Racing's Justin Ruggier and Omega driver Tyson Pearce sharing the lead after two rounds of the Championship.
A mere one point behind of Yarwood in third is the opening round victory, Matthew Sofi.
The Bass Player supported Top kart driver, Kristian Lindbom's undefeated run throughout the second round has elevated him to second in the Junior Intercontinental A Championship standings just 8 point's shy of Laskazeski.
McCashney is well clear of Daniel Erickson and Ashley Walsh who are tied for fourth place.
The full Championship 2003 Dunlop CIK Championship standings can be found at www.auscikchampionship.com