Monster Arrow Drivers Win At BSRKC Finale

press release

With momentum from their Ontario Grand National victory only four weeks prior, Monster Performance was back on track this past weekend, competing in the final Brian Stewart Racing Karting Championship 4-cycle event of the season. It was Senior Lite pilot Aaron de Heus and Junior Heavy driver Andrew Prescott driving themselves to the front and scoring the victory in their respective classes. Both drivers also utilized the ThorBrake System.

Above: Aaron de Heus won a thrilling Senior Lite race
Photo by: Cody Schindel - Autosports Media Group

“I’m very impressed with our results this weekend in Innisfil,” commented Clayton Switzer of Monster Performance. “We are really starting to build a name for ourselves, and have shown we can run with the best.”

Back aboard a Monster Performance powered kart for the second time this season, Aaron de Heus entered the Senior Light class full of Ontario’s top Honda racers. Navigating through the tight and twisty Innisfil circuit, de Heus missed the pole-position by 0.062 seconds, settling for second. After falling to third in the pre-final, de Heus moved into second on the start of the final, and immediately was involved in a three-kart breakaway for the lead. Moving the lead on lap five, de Heus took control of the race. Fighting off any attempt at the lead, de Heus led all but two of the final twenty laps, en route to victory, holding off two eventual series champions.

“Having Aaron race with us was awesome. He is very professional both on and off the track, and with that he is a very respected driver,” continued Switzer. “He drove a great race, and deserved the win, and I’m very happy it was with Monster Performance power and the ThorBrake system.”

Above: Andrew Prescott scored the Junior Heavy race victory, his second race win in a row
Photo by: Cody Schindel - Autosports Media Group

Another driver delivering for Monster Performance in Innisfil was Junior Heavy driver Andrew Prescott. Fresh off his victory at the Ontario Grand Nationals, Prescott sought his second straight BSRKC victory. Settling into second place on the start of the final, Prescott hounded the leader for the first half of the 25-lap feature. Making his move to the lead on lap twenty, he too was involved in a three-kart race for the win. After surrendering the lead on lap twenty-two, he charged back on front straight to take the lead for good the following lap, holding off his competitors and taking his second straight victory.

“Andrew has really impressed me this season. He has shown so much improvement over the last two years, and he is finally getting the credit he deserves. He earned this victory, and has finished the season on a high note.”