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RACE

2016 MSA KARTMASTERS BRITISH KART GP PF INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT, GRANTHAM (UK) AUGUST 7th 2016

The young Brit Callum Bradshaw added another title to his palmares winning over Jac Maybin in Junior X30.

REFERENCE POINT With 233 entries competing at the PF International Circuit, the MSA Kartmasters GP remains a point of reference for karters in UK. The advent of the OK Senior class, we see some great racing, brilliant weather and a great atmosphere at the Podium Village along with several hundred spectators, not to mention and ‘live’ IPTV coverage courtesy of our good friends at ‘Telemundi’ that made this one of the best events in its 21 year of history. REPORT: TVKC PRESS OFFICE PICS: KARTPIX

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The well liked KMGP format of two separate days racing accumulating points from the four heats and then the Sunday Finals day provided the usual ‘ups & downs’ but made for some brilliant racing come the actual GP races. IAME CADET Pre-Final: Things hadn’t gone his way in the Heats and Bray Kenneally had to work hard to take an excellent win, Joshua Rattican helped him on his way and slipstreamed him over the line in second. Harry Thompson had the lead in the early stages but had to

be content with third. One to watch was Zak O’Sullivan who was on fire as he made up 11 places on the grid and ended up an excellent 8th. KMGP Final – As expected the Final was a stunner. 14 laps of intense battling and all the names you would expect in the lead pack. As always, Harry Thompson looked a potential winner, but despite leading the first three laps he became engulfed in the pack. Another potential winner, Bray Kenneally, hit the front and it did look like for many laps he had control but Maxwell Dodds and

Vroom Kart International #183 - September 2016  

In this issue: FANTASTIC 4 Marco Ardigò (Tony Kart/Vortex – KZ), Fabian Federer (CRG/Modena Engines – KZ2), Pedro Hiltbrand (CRG/Parilla –...

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