Pelletier, Vincec, Arnold, Korenyl and Holtom take junior wins in 2005 opener GOODWOOD, ONTARIO The opening round of the Sunoco Ron Fellows Karting Championship presented by Toronto Star Wheels kicked off with the Saturday headline class, ...
Pelletier, Vincec, Arnold, Korenyl and Holtom take junior wins in 2005 opener
GOODWOOD, ONTARIO The opening round of the Sunoco Ron Fellows Karting Championship presented by Toronto Star Wheels kicked off with the Saturday headline class, Formula Junior. It was the start of a great day of racing. Here are the Junior class wrap up reports.
Cameron Mortorsports CRG driver, Maxime Pelletier took the pole, and then went on to overhaul early leader, First Kart's David Ostella for the win. Birel's Kenny Riedmann finished second after a race long battle with Cameron Motorsports Kyle Marcelli on his CRG.
Rotax Max Junior
Cameron Motorsports' Mike Vincec took the pole and he went on to win by .747 over First Kart's Kevin Monteith. Third was Cameron Motorsports' Maxime Pelletier.
Canada Junior Light
The youngest driver registered, Gold Kart's Reid Arnold had a clean sweep in Canada Junior Light. He took the Pfaff Fast Qualifier pole award by .272 over fellow Gold Kart driver, Vincent Rago. Arnold went on the win by 3.071 seconds over Birel's Mitchell Casey, who had moved up from fourth on the grid. Birel's Andrew Waring had qualified third, and finished third also.
World Formula Junior
World Formula Junior enjoyed an impressive 20 kart field for round 1, and Team Hurricane's Joshua Korenyl of Stoney Creek took the Pfaff Fast Qualifier pole award by a scant .092 over TrackMagic's Dylan Gibson. Korenyl went on to win by a comfortable 4-second margin over Team Hurricane's Scott Laporte and defending 2004 champion William Keatings.
Canada Junior Heavy
Gold Kart's Justin Holtom took the Pfaff Fast qualifier award and he went on to win the titanic battle that ensued. Numerous lead changes and one red flag kept those watching on the edge of their seats until the very end when Holtom crossed the line first. Second was First Kart's Kevin Monteith and 3-S Birel driver Kenny Riedmann was third.
The objective of the SRFKC is to help foster a professional environment for kart drivers; help create a positive attitude towards appearance, conduct and discipline; help foster the employment of the best practices for the safe and fair running of competitions; and help kart drivers to move up the racing ladder to automobile racing.