|team press release||14 December 2016|
CRG Gamoto produced a stunning performance in Macau with the support of Team IS Racing. The squad and its very young six drivers dominated in fact Mini Rok at edition 2016 of the Macau International Grand Prix.
CRG chassis have been very effective once again at the spectacular Kartodrome of Coloane and allowed Team Gamoto drivers to get the full haul in the Macau’s race, dominating the weekend from qualifying through to the Final, where four CRG drivers secured the top four.
Above: Marcos Flack (far right) with the CRG Gamoto drivers in Macau (pic - Imran Shaharom/CRG)
LAST CORNER WIN FOR FLACK, SPINA SECOND
The Australian Marcos Flack managed to cross the finish line on top, taking the win off team mate Alfio Andrea Spina – the dominator of qualifying and heats, at the last corner of the Final.
The third and fourth positions at the flag went to two CRG Gamoto drivers: the American Nikhil Bohra and the Chinese Zhiyi Huang, while the young driver from Singapore Aidan Quek had to settle for P7 due to a technical problem in the Final, due to tire debris stuck into his engine. The other American Akshay Bohra was forced to the retirement after an incident at the start.
Aidan Quek also run the Formula Cadet in Macau – on Honda 200cc 4 Stroke engine, and the CRG Gamoto driver from Singapore put in a strong performance winning Prefinal and Final.
Above: CRG chassis lined up at the Macau International Kart Grand Prix - Asian Karting Open Champiosnhip (pic - Imran Shaharom/CRG)
2016 Macau International Kart Grand Prix
Asian Karting Open Champiosnhip
Kartodromo de Coloane, 11.12.2016, Mini Rok Classification:
1. Marcos Flack; 2. Alfio Andrea Spina +0.030; 3. Nikhil Bohra +0.394; 4. Zhiyi Huang +0.508; 5. Christian Ho +15.533; 6. Anson Liao +15.607; 7. Aidan Quek +16.682; 8. Aditya Wibowo +19.145; 9. Oscar Ng Kok Tung +21.481; 10. Jirapat Jirapraneet +22.380.
Above: Aidan Quek, Formula Cadet (Honda 4-stroke) winner (pic - Imran Shaharom/CRG)