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The second round of the AMP Karting Series featured a packed field and perfect weather for racing. The races throughout the day saw some familiar faces on top of the podium as well as some new ones. Lo206 Cadet and Junior Final: Adam Wein (Cadet) started on pole alongside Alyssa Vascocu (Junior) and they were able to hold their
T225 Senior Final: Al Edwards started on pole with Dela Debrah and Bhanu Yedla in third. Yedla jumped Debrah for second on the opening lap as Danny May jumped up to third. May continued his charge through the field and took the lead on lap three but retired on the next lap due to a technical problem.  Edwards retook
Three-man lead pack swap spots at the top of Lo206 Senior class kart race Buzz Killingsworth captures the win after three drivers take turns out front The Lo206 Senior class provided some thrills early on with the three-man lead pack of Buzz Killingsworth, Alistair Edwards and Hank Hefner before Killingsworth took control and took the checkered flag. Edwards was
Racing karts, we mean. While engineers for high-performance cars like Porsches and BMW M Series vehicles pore over active differential designs using advanced technology, racing karts have no differential to speak of. Yet, they can still corner like a minecart on rails. How do they accomplish this razor-sharp turning without scrubbing the inside rear tire? Simple: they lift the

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