Karting returns to Wallerfield after lockdown

Karting returns to Wallerfield after lockdown

After 3 months of of inactivity due to the lockdown protocols put in place in response to the global Covid -19 pandemic, the Trinidad & Tobago Karting Association were the first to resume motor racing activity in T&T. Their first re-opening event was held at their new home at the Frankie Boodram Wallerfield International Raceway.
 
The 3rd round of the hotly contested championship saw drivers in the 4 classes : Cadet, Sportsman, Rotax International and Sportsman Masters battling it out with 3 races each.
 
In the Cadet class the super talented and impressive Naomi Garcia continued her dominance to win all 3 class races. Keep an eye out for this driver folks!
 
In the Sportsman class Rossi Lochan was the day’s champion winning 2 of 3 races,while Scott Wortman won the 2nd heat. Despite Lochan’s dominance on the day, this class provided some exciting racing as all drivers battled for overall position with every lap that passed.
 
The Rotax International class was also dominated by 1 driver in Christopher Ramnath, mistake free driving and the ability to defend his lead saw Ramnath win all 3 heats on the day.
 
 
Sportsman Masters once again attracted the largest class entry and saw some epic battles throughout the day’s action. Barry Rostant with his brand new Kart washed away the field in the 1st heat. However Nicholas Gomes would fight back to win the final 2 races and be crowned class champion on the day.
 
 
For all Karting information and updates check out the Trinidad & Tobago Karting Association on Facebook & Instagram,or log on to www.trinituner.com
 


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