SRFKC: Goodwood Saturday summary

Sunoco Ron Fellows Karting Championship presented by Toronto Star Wheels crowns its Saturday class champions Vincec, Klutt, Grist, Hayden and Rago claim Championships GOODWOOD, ONTARIO -- The Sunoco Ron Fellows held its penultimate day ...

Sunoco Ron Fellows Karting Championship presented by Toronto Star Wheels crowns its Saturday class champions

Vincec, Klutt, Grist, Hayden and Rago claim Championships

GOODWOOD, ONTARIO -- The Sunoco Ron Fellows held its penultimate day of competition for 2007 at Goodwood Kartways this weekend and four of the five Saturday class championships were up for grabs. In the headline Rotax Max DD2 Shifter class, Mike Vincec had already been crowned champion, but it was Michael Di Meo making his voice heard as he took the pole, prefinal and final win -- a clean sweep. In Canada Junior Heavy, Gary Klutt made a fantastic last lap pass to win the final and the championship. In F1K Cadet, Garett Grist took the win and championship. In Canada Senior, Evan Hayden finished second and took the championship.

Rotax Max DD2 Shifter
Class Champion -- Mike Vincec.
Pfaff Fast Qualifier -- Michael Di Meo

In the DD2 prefinal, Michael Di Meo won over Mike Vincec and Eric Gerrits. Vincec had a look at the lead in the early going, but Di Meo was able to battle back and take the win. In the final, Di Meo completed his clean sweep of the class taking the win over Eric Gerrits and Jason France. Vincec, who finished fifth took the class championship.

Canada Junior Heavy
Class Champion -- Gary Klutt
Pfaff Fast Qualifier -- Kevin Monteith

In the prefinal, Kevin Monteith lost the lead into turn one to Gary Klutt, but he took the lead back by turn three. Monteith held on from there, with Klutt second and Reid Arnold third. In the final, Monteith took the lead and led all the way until the second to last turn. Gary Klutt was patient, and on the last lap he made his move and took the lead, the win and the championship.

F1-K 60cc Cadet
Class Champion -- Garett Grist
Pfaff Fast Qualifier -- Garett Grist

In the F1K Cadet prefinal, Kenneth O'Keefe took the early lead. Garett Grist took the lead on lap four and hung onto the win with O'Keefe on his bumper. Giovianni Pizzale Rhead was third. In the F1K Cadet final, Garett Grist had it all his own until he spun on his own, erasing his huge lead and handing the point to Artem Korolev. Grist ran Korolev down coming onto the last lap and the two tangled with Grist taking the lead. Korolev took a last ditch effort to take the lead, but he was too aggressive and was penalized for the move. That disqualification moved Pizzale Rhead up to second and O'Keefe was third.

Canada Senior
Class Champion -- Evan Hayden
Pfaff Fast Qualifier -- Darryl Timmers

In the Canada Senior prefinal, Darryl Timmers made his way back to the front to displace early leader Evan Hayden. Greg Rempel was second and Hayden third. In the Canada Senior final, Timmers led until the final lap when he was passed by Rempel. The move sent Timmers back to fourth, and Hayden back up to second and Harris third. With the second place finish, Evan Hayden is the 2007 Canada Senior Champion.

F1-K Junior
Class Champion -- Vincent Rago
Pfaff Fast Qualifier -- Karl Denis Allard Turcotte

Karl Denis Allard Turcotte converted his Pfaff Fast Qualifier award into a prefinal win with Jeff May second and Vincent Rago third. In the F1K final, Vincent Rago -- the point's leader -- spun on the warm up lap and had to go to the back. Then he was caught up in a first turn crash, but got going again. Meanwhile up front Karl Denis Allard Turcotte took the lead, with Jeff May second. May needed maximum points to catch Rago, but it was not to be. Turcotte took the win, with May second and Addison Rayner third. Vincent Rago is the class champion.

-credit: srfkc/bond

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