Strong competition for title grand final

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Ready to race: Grenfell racer Tom Sargent prepares his kart for the Rotax Pro Tour at Lincoln County Raceway this weekend. Photo: BELINDA SOOLESome of the leading karters from across Australia have made the trip to Dubbo for the final round of theRotax Pro Tour this weekend.

Competitors across eight categories took the track for wet practice sessions on Friday but were hoping for better conditions during qualifying and racing on Saturday and Sunday.

While a number of drivers are aiming for title glory at the round, others had travelled to other events, and numbers were slightly down,Rotax manager Donald Stevens said.

However, the quality was high with those in the hunt for 2016 Rotax Max Australian Challenge championships andNew South Wales State Championshipstaking the event very seriously.

“The drivers have been getting out onto a very wet race track and tuning their karts. They are just making sure they are right for the weekend,” Stevenssaid.

Drivers will take part in qualifying on Saturday morning, followed by three heats during the day.

They will then line-up in a pre-final on Sunday morning, before the deciders get underway.

After six rounds of the championship, several of the categories were still to be decided. Some drivers were also using the round to keep their skills up before they head overseas for the Rotax worlds in Italy.

Fourteen drivers from the competition have been selected for Team Australia, which will take on the best from across the globe at the end of October.

Stevens said Lincoln County Raceway was well liked by all the competitors and made for a great weekend.

“Dubbo is always a favourite track, it’s very challenging but its also a very consistent track. If it’s a 50 second track in the morning, it’s a 50 second track in the afternoon. It doesn’t change too much,” Mr Stevens said.

“We come to Dubbo every year and the drivers really look forward to it.

“This year we also have 13 drivers from New Zealand who have made the trip so that makes for someTrans-Tasman rivalry.”

Categories include the Micro Max, which featuresTeam Australia’s youngest representative Sebastian Ruiz taking on championship rival,New Zealand’s Emerson Vincent, while teammates Kai Allen and James Wharton will do battle in the Mini Max.

TheDD2 and DD2 Masters alsofeature some extremely close racing and are expected to put on a good show at Dubbo.

Organisers are encouraging everyone to come out and see the high quality racing on show but for those who can’t make it to the track, alive stream of the event is being broadcast.

Events run from 8am each day and entry to the track is free. To watch the event over the internet visit苏州美甲美睫培训学校rotax苏州美甲美睫培训学校419论坛/streaming.html.

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