Ladies Trophy Cup

  16 January 2017

The 2017 Ladies Trophy Cup is this Friday and Saturday, and time is running out for those who wish to race and have a chance at winning some fantastic prizes.

A large percentage of the entry so far is from interstate - Victorian, Queensland and Tasmanian ladies set to join the host state NSW drivers.

NOTE: Pre-entries close 11pm Wednesday night! Further event information is on the club's website HERE.

Some snippets that have been published on the CDKC Facebook:

  • MG Kart Tyres and DPE Kart Technology have come on board to sponsor the TAG classes.
  • Ipswich champ Nariko McDonnell will make her first appearance at the Ladies Trophy. Meanwhile, Sheridan Cavanagh returns after finishing on the podium for the last two years and will be keen to take the Pink Plate
  • After a few years away, Elle Brydon returns to the Ladies @ Lithgow. She should be a front runner in TaG Heavy
  • Remo Racing has supplied a complete KA100 engine for the Saturday night auction that raises funds for Breast Cancer Research.
  • Wallerawang NSW local competitor Monique Millmore has entered KA3 Light and KA4 Light and will be keen to take the double.
  • Queensland driver Zoe Walker has boosted the numbers in KA3 Junior, making her second attempt at the pink plate.
  • There are four sets of Dunlop DFM tyres to share as prizes between KA3 and TaG Restricted classes, thanks to Dunlop Kartsport.
  • Ipswich kart club's Georga Boegheim is making the switch from dirt racing to compete in KA4 Junior Light
  • Gold Coast Cadet racer Alice Buckley has joined the Cadet 9 field, while Melissa Whitmore will be a strong contender in both KA3 Light and TaG Restricted light.
  • Amy Bregonje will challenge for the TaG Restricted Pink Plate. Jess Martin will bring lots of local knowledge to the KA3 Light field, and go up against last year's KA3 Light Pink Plate holder Courtney Becker. Becker will contest this, plus TaG Light after a successful test in her CRG/Galaxy.
  • Last year's KA3 Heavy champ, Rockhamton's Olivia Bell, is back do defend her title. Olivia has also entered TaG. Gippsland Kart Club's Elly Morrow is also returning to put things right after a DNF from a front row start last year in the TaG Light final.
  • Last years Cadet winner - and event poster girl - Ruby Gibson (Geelong, Vic) has entered Cadet 12 and is keen to hold on to her pink plate
  • The best performer on track at the Atlantic Oil Ladies Trophy is awarded the "Nicole Franks Memorial Trophy". This is based on the best performance across all races and qualifying. Last years winner Sharnay Seal is pictured below.




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