In another display of his masterful racing ability Jason Hryniuk won another State Championship in the Clubman Heavy category. In doing so, Jason has managed to now win three consecutive state championships in this class.
Driving his CRG Black Diamond Chassis, Jason engaged in a game of cat and mouse with some of the biggest names in Australian karting. In the end he took advantage of an opportunity and proceeded to put another notch on his belt.
Jason Hryniuk with Team Engineer Brett Rowley
The Go Kart Club of Victoria now produces a monthly magazine to keep their members informed of the Club’s monthly events and items of interest.
The magazine is very well written and set out. We are certain many people will find it quite interesting to read. Should you choose to do so please click here.
This is the Club’s 4th issue of their magazine and we shall endeavour to place it on our web site from now on.
The October 2010 edition of Kart Magazine is now in store.
This months issue features action from around the country including:
- Rotax Nationals
- Sera’s Monster Rotax Assault
- Rochester Club Report
- 2010 Junior Sprint Classic
- NZ Rotax Max Challenge Rd 4
- Australasian Kart Titles
- Rotax Euro Challenge Final
- USA Rock Island Grand Prix
- WSK Masters Series Rd 1
- World Cup KZ1 & KF3
- World Champion Nyck De Vries
- Tech Talk – Axles, Tips, Fuel
- Victorian Superkarts Rd 6
- Autoracing Magazine
After a year of mixed results and a lot of heartache, Jesse Fenech through sheer grit and determination has achieved a major milestone in his racing career.
Having dominated the weekend in his Spectrum FF011D, he topped it all off by winning the 2010 Victorian Formula Ford Championship.
Following his win Jesse proudly thanked his dad, for all his help over the years, Tim Macrow for all his help and tuition and Mike Borland of BRD for all their input and support particularly over the last 12 months.
On the weekend Alexander Peroni raced in the Masters Series event at Val Vibrata race circuit in Sant’Egidio.
Alex qualified 6th in his Group then went on to finish 10th in the Pre-Final. In the final Alex drove, in the words of his Dad: “The race of his life”. At the end of lap two he had worked his way into 4th position and was beginning to challenge for third. That is when he was pushed off the track by another competitor. He managed to recover but had lost many spots by then, ultimately finishing the Final in 13th position.
Although Alex was disappointed at the conclusion of the race, on reflection it was certainly a heck of an effort in a field of some 74 entrants in his class.
Well done Alex. We are very proud of you.