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Garden City Champs/Mainland (kart) Series final

KartSport Canterbury 2016 Garden City Champs/Mainland (kart) Series final

Carrs Road Raceway
Christchurch
Sat-Sun
Oct 01-02
2016

ROUND REVIEW

06-10-16


The winner of the Vortex Mini ROK Final on Saturday, (#9) Jacob Douglas. Photo credit: Fast Company/Steve King

MAINLAND SERIES' CHAMPIONS CROWNED

This year's Mainland Series has come to a successful conclusion with class and club titles decided at the KartSport Canterbury club's annual Garden City Championship meeting in Christchurch over the weekend.

KartSport Canterbury was the inaugural winner of the South Island Interclub trophy (from KartSport Nelson, KartSport Dunedin and KartSport Southland) while class titles were split three to two between drivers from Christchurch and Dunedin.

Mainland Series honours went to Jarred Cleghorn (ChCh) in Rotax Max Light, Mark Ahlfeld (Dun) in Rotax Max Heavy, Josh Bethune (Dun) in Junior Max, Zac Christensen (ChCh) in Vortex Mini ROK and Louis Sharp (ChCh) in Cadet ROK.

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