OUT OF THE WET: Jack Childs avoids the rain while he waits for his race at the NSW kart titles in Griffith. Pictures: Anthony Stipo
QUICK: Matthew Endres doesn’t let the wet track slow him down at the NSW kart titles. More than 130 entries were received for the event.
TINKERING: Thomas Petrovish performs maintenance on his kart.
PEDAL TO THE METAL: Benjamin Ritchie hopes for a quick time as he races around the circuit during his event at the state championships.
HAPPY: Joel Strode can’t wait to get on the track to race at the state titles.
Wet weather tested thebest kart drivers in NSWon the first two days of the state titles in Griffith.
Rain made conditions challenging for competitors on Friday and Saturday before the sun broke throughfor the finals on Sunday.
More than 130 drivers entered the event, including a strongcontingent of Griffith Kart Club members.
Also taking part was four-time national champion Pierce Lehane, who dominated his class.
Griffith Kart Club vice-president Wal Snaidero said Lehane’s talent was there for rivals and spectators to see.
“He (Lehane) was amazing,” Snaidero said.
“You could see why he’s national champion. The rest of us should’ve probably stayed at home.”
More details in Wednesday’s The Area News.
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