Report on the Victorians competing at the IAME International Final at Le Mans in France
October 21, 2019 2:38 am | Posted in News
5 Australian drivers headed over with their crews to the IAME International Final at Le Mans in France with 4 of them coming from Victorian kart clubs.
Go-Kart Club of Victoria driver James Anagnostiadis driving in one of his first international events for Kart Republic put in an awesome effort in the X30 Mini class (racing against 70 entrants).
Ranking after the Heats: 42nd
Final B: 10th
Awesome effort by Go-Kart Club of Victoria driver James Anagnostiadis driving in one of his first international events…
Oakleigh Go-Kart Racing Club driver and current Australian KA3 Senior Champion Jack Bell in one of his first international events did a great job driving for Tony Kart in the X30 Senior class against 134 entrants.
Ranking after the Heats: 52nd
Positive day 3 for Jack!."Had really good heats today, moved from 24th to 7th in the 4th heat today and had the…
Oakleigh Go-Kart Racing Club driver Ray Yu Wang in one of his first international events driving for Tony Kart gave a great effort in the X30 Senior class against 134 entrants over at IAME International Final at Le Mans in France.
Ray Yu Wang from the Oakleigh Go-Kart Racing Club (Tony Kart)
Ranking after the Heats: 81st
Eastern Lions Kart Club driver James Wharton continues to do Victoria and Australia proud on the international stage driving for Parolin against 108 competitors in the X30 Junior.
X30 Junior (108 entrants)
James Wharton from the Eastern Lions Kart Club (Parolin)
Ranking after the Heats: 3rd
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Posted by Remo Racing on Saturday, October 19, 2019
CODY Gillis pumps his fist as he crosses the line to WIN the B Final in a very close finish ?? Cody GillisUPDATED… Unfortunately he finished the race with a nose cone penalty which means he will not get to race in Final A.
Posted by Remo Racing on Friday, October 18, 2019
Well done to all the drivers on representing Australia on the international stage.