Saturday race roundup in Valcourt
Tag Archive: Pier-Luc Ouellette
With only a few snowflakes in the forecast for Saturday, a full day of racing activities is expected
Host of The Eastern Canadian Karting Championship Grand Final
After having made the changes to adapt the race circuit, with the goal of receiving top class competition in 2011, not even a year has passed and we have the pleasure to present two championships for the 14th edition of the Monaco of Trois-Rivières.
Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals report – Ouellette champion and Team Canada 2nd
PSL Karting can now boast its third Rotax Max Challenge World Champion as Pier-Luc Ouellette captured the DD2 crown Saturday at Al Ain Raceway, United Arab Emirates. It’s the same spot he earned a DD2 Grand Final win in 2007, one that came a year after Luc Sauriol won the Masters Rotax Max World Championship in Portugal. The event brought the race season to a close for PSL, one that began when it was named the #1 CRG distributor in the world and now ends with the Rotax World Championship.
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.
Di Leo and Ouellette collected ECKC testing awards at ICAR.
With the Eastern Canadian Karting Championship season having concluded for 2011, all that remains is for the many award winners to attend a variety of events such as the Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals, the Mazda Road to Indy Scouting Combine, and first up – car testing in a race prepared Lombardi Racing Honda.
Ouellette made it two in the very next class, taking control in DD2.
Showing the strength of its series and how it prepares racers to compete at the highest of levels, three reigning ECKC champions became Canadian National Champions over the weekend at the Jim Russell Karting Academy in Mont-Tremblant, Quebec.