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Club 2000 | Round 8 | 2 July 2022

It was quite a typical day at Red Lodge and even the weather was totally typical too. The racing throughout the day was top-class though.


Honda Cadet

The top three were close yet again and demonstrated some great racing. The rest of the field was rather spread out throughout the day. The clean standard of driving is becoming a common theme for the Cadets and it's making for some wonderful racing.

Teddie Cooper (79) led the trio but it wasn't easy going for him. Nathan Gange (89) was consistently applying pressure on him while Lewis Riley (90) waited close behind. A couple of times, Nathan (89) managed to sneak past Teddie (79) but with some aggressive counter-attacks from Teddie (79), Nathan (89) never managed to retain the lead.

Ex Youngstarz driver, Benjamin Lorne (88) got stuck into his first race meeting and had a good outing overall. He had a great back-and-forth with Zachary Plumb (10) in the final as the pair exchanged positions 5 times!


1st – Teddie Cooper (79)

2nd – Nathan Gange (89)

3rd – Lewis Riley (90)

4th – Alfie Rich (27)

5th – Ethan Okoro (34)



As it was just the three entries this round, the Minimax lads joined onto the back of the Junior Rotax grid. In the second heat, there was some close racing between Alex Chlebiej (7) and Will Rogers (53) which ended with some side-by-side contact. Alex (7) was the quickest of the trio this round overall but he couldn't get his engine started for the final and Will Rogers (53) took the lead in the championship.


1st – Will Rogers (53)

2nd – Alex Chlebiej (7)

3rd – Ben Bourne (12)


Junior Rotax

It was a fairly hectic day of racing for the Juniors, particularly in the second heat. Again, the tyre choice was open due to the Mojo shortage but this didn't hinder the quality of racing at all. There was some great aggressive driving throughout the day and some brave moves being pulled off.

Now just 52 points behind the championship leader, Sam Cooper (44) had a great day overall despite a big knockback in heat 3. After starting at the back, he managed to make it all the way to 5th with some great driving. Thanks to his heat 3 performance, he started pole for the final. Despite Elliot Reed-Hughes (95) getting ahead of him with his quick start, he got a good exit out of Paddock and retook the lead within a few laps.

After dropping to 12th at the start of the first heat, Jason Ducis (16) spent the majority of his day climbing places and making his way to the front. With his elbows out, he managed to consistently gain places until he reached third in heat 3. In the final, he started fifth but was beaten to the line by Liam Phillips (3) who'd overtaken him just two laps from the end.

Euan Richards (29) had a very unfortunate day even after getting off to a great start. In qualifying, he took 2nd by just 0.001s ahead of Jason Ducis (16). He managed to hold his place in heat 2 and finish with a decent gap behind him. Unfortunately, he had contact with another driver on 180 at the start of heat 2 which forced him to retire. For the rest of the day, it seemed the kart wasn't running right and he couldn't finish another heat.

Cameron Pottle (7) and Liam (3) had an epic battle in the very hectic second heat. At first, Liam (3) seemed desperate to pass Cameron (7) and even had 2 wheels on the grass at some points. After getting passed, Cameron (7) pulled off a brave high-speed switchback through the French Curve and took the inside into Senna. A couple of laps later, Liam (3) passed and made it stick to take 7th.