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Arrow Drivers A Class Above At SA State Championships

press release

The 2010 South Australian State Championships were held on the 26th, 27th and 28th of November at the recently opened Monarto Kart Club. It was the first state title ever held at the venue and the user friendly Arrow Racing Karts made it easy for their drivers to adapt the quickest to the new circuit as they dominated the event gathering an astounding six class wins out of fourteen.

South Australian youngster Tyler Morrison claimed his second state championship in as many months when he went on to win the Rookies category. In what was Tyler’s last Rookie race, the win in his home state puts him in good stead as he now looks forward to moving into the Junior ranks with high confidence aboard his Arrow chassis. Local driver Rhys Wooley rounded out the podium finishing a very creditable third place after battling for the lead during the race.

Above: Joseph Mawson
pic - Cooper's Photography, 0415 925 318

Not to be outdone by his older brother, Chase Wooley claimed a memorable victory in the Midgets category outlasting immense pressure from a number of different drivers including Arrow young guns Brock Kenny and Dylan Hollis. All three drivers lead the final at some stage, continuing the success Arrow has shown in the younger categories for years on end.

Brad Jenner continued his recent success claiming a comfortable win in Junior National Light in difficult conditions. The young Melbournian showed great confidence in his Arrow chassis on the newly formed Monarto circuit to lead the way in front of fellow Arrow pilot Damon Strongman who finished in third position.

Joey Mawson claimed his fifth State Championship for the year abroad his Arrow X1-30 with a comfortable win in Junior Max. The current Australian Champion was in Las Vegas a week earlier were he finished in fifth place in the prestigious SuperNats XIV to round out his most successful year to date.

Todd Hazelwood continued his stellar year winning the Junior National Heavy class to go alongside his Northern Territory and New South Wales State Championship wins. Mason Thomas yielded yet another podium finish at a major event by placing second along with his second place finish at the Australian Titles earlier this year.

Shay Mayes has finished the year off in style winning the hotly contested Clubman Heavy class. After his recent success in the X1-30 at the Queensland Open, Mayes showed a clean pair of heels to beat his more experienced rivals.

Overall it was a hugely successful event for Arrow Racing Karts. Winning 6 of the 14 classes confirms Arrow position as the benchmark in Australian karting at every level.

Arrow Racing Karts would like to thank all who contributed to the fantastic results and express our gratitude and appreciation to all who continue to support our products.

For more information about Arrow Karts and dealer contact details please visit our website at www.arrowkarts.com


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