ADRENALIN Rush Karting dominated the Gympie 7 Hour at the Cooloola Coast Kart Club’s track within the Gympie Industrial Estate.
ADRENALIN Rush Karting dominated the Gympie 7 Hour at the Cooloola Coast Kart Club’s track within the Gympie Industrial Estate. Submitted

Rush of adrenalin at Gympie 7 Hour

THE Powered by Honda ProKart Australia Queensland Endurance Kart Championship was launched in style at the weekend with the Gympie 7 Hour acting as the opening round.

Adrenalin Rush Karting seized the opening round as a chance to assert its dominance in the popular series.

Two Adrenalin Rush Karting teams finished one and two in the endurance race, excelling in testing conditions on the Cooloola Coast Kart Club’s 750-metre track.

Both teams, based in New South Wales, streaked across the finish line with a commanding lead over their rivals, sending a clear message of their intentions for the remainder of the series.

KartSportNews ( www.kartsportnews.com) jumped on Adrenalin Rush Karting’s dual victory in Gympie shortly after engines died down from the knockout event.

“The Adrenalin Rush Karting team not only won the Gympie 7 Hour by over four laps, but they also qualified first and second Saturday afternoon,” the website read.

“This set the tone for a flawless weekend.”

The conquering team finished third in the point standings last year, despite a series of wins late in the series, giving them plenty of motivation to right the record.

Winning in Gympie saw Adrenaline Rush Karting draw on plenty of speed couples with crucial reliability and clever strategy.

Gympie Times


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