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Carlin announces line-up
British team Carlin will enter a four car team powered by Volkswagen in the FIA Formula 3 European Championship, following the reduction of the British Formula 3 Championship to four rounds. British racer Harry Tincknell will continue his relationship with the team and will be joined by Canadian racer Nicholas Latifi and British drivers Jann Mardenborough and Jordan King.
“ECKC Rotax Micro Max Champion and Florida Winter Tour Rotax DD2 Max Champion to make first joint appearance at the Canadian Nationals”
Matthew and Nicholas Latifi to contest the Canadian Nationals
Matthew Latifi (9) and Nicholas Latifi (17), both members of the Sofina Foods Drivers’ Development Program and competing for the Ferrolati Corse Karting team, head to the natural beauty of Mont Tremblant to participate in the 2012 ASN Canada FIA Canadian National Karting Championships.
(Flagworld photo album coming soon…)
Pier-Luc Ouellette almost get the fastest time, finishing first in his group and second overall
Drivers had two 15-minute practice sessions today to get used to their chassis and find the right set-ups for tomorrow’s qualifying session. Remember that most of the drivers here are racing on a kart they never drove before and they all have to use the same equipment.
Plus Intrepid Canada Pan American Rotax Max Challenge report
Though it seems the summer season in Canadian racing has just begun, the Eastern Canadian Karting Championship reached its halfway point on Sunday as the Rotax masses were contesting six classes at PSL Karting Trois-Rivieres. An even one hundred were on hand for race number three following a practice day Friday and a round of the Quebec Cup on Saturday.
PSL Karting ECKC Goodwood report
Team PSL Karting was back racing in Canada a week ago as the Eastern Canadian Karting Championship got underway at Goodwood Kartways in Ontario. The joint forces of PSL, PSL Atlantic, PSL Ontario, and the newly-minted PSL Montreal combined to race 27-strong in the opening event, and the group scored five poles, five wins and fourteen podiums in a weekend doubleheader.
Return on an unbelievable Sunday
As you already know, yesterday was a wonderful day for Team Canada when Scott Campbell and Daniel Morad won the world title in their category. Because of the short time we had at the end of this long Sunday to prepare our daily report, we prepared a longer one today with more details.
End of the prelimary round
Today was very important for the drivers at the Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals. Drivers had to race in their third and last heat race and, for those who will not qualify directly for the final round, in the Second chance race in the Rotax Max Junior, Rotax Max and DD2 classes.
Drivers had to race in two qualifying heats today. Like yesterday, some of our drivers had a good day, some others not. In the Junior class, Nicholas Latifi continued his good job when he got a 6th and a 4th place finish. For Garett Grist, he must battle a lot in every heat because the competition in the middle of the pack is crazy.
Two Canadian on pole!
The day was very special for Team Canada for many reasons. We will first start with the good news. Scott Campbell got the pole in the DD2 Masters class, being the only driver with a laptime under 50 seconds while Luc Sauriol took the 10th spot. In the DD2 class, Daniel Morad was just unbelievable on the track when he entered the track on the last session of the day and had to drive under the spotlights!
Rios now joins brothers Pier-Luc and Hugo Ouellette in the premier class at La Conca
PSL Karting expanded its Grand Finals roster to eleven recently when Jesus Rios Jr. captured the first Pan American Rotax Max Challenge Senior crown. Rios now joins brothers Pier-Luc and Hugo Ouellette in the premier class at La Conca, along with Kyle Herder, Kyle Stevens, Nathan Mauel and Rudy Camarillo in DD2, Luc Sauriol in DD2 Masters, Nicholas Latifi in Rotax Junior and Mini-Max observers Jordan Perry and Alexandre Fortin.