26/05/2024

Victories and Smooth Sailing at the Third Round of the Malta National Karting Championship

The third round of the Malta National Karting Championship revved into action over a cloudy weekend, with the familiar blend of humidity and heat signaling the impending arrival of summer. Despite the challenging weather conditions, the racing track buzzed with excitement as local talent filled the La Reve Karting track with plenty of action.

Fenech Dominates The Rotax Micro Category

In the Rotax Micro category, Andrei Fenech emerged victorious, displaying exceptional improvement on the track. Fenech’s stellar performance earned him the top spot, followed closely by Yan Camilleri and Gabriel Borg. With this win, Fenech solidified his position at the top of the overall standings, with Camilleri and Vella trailing closely behind. Fenech’s blistering pace was evident with the fastest lap of the race clocking in at 45.324 seconds and a lap record of 44.896 seconds.

Scicluna Reigns Supreme in the GR3 60cc Category

Zack Scicluna asserted his dominance during the race, clinching a well-deserved victory. Scicluna’s flawless performance secured him the top position, with Mattias Abela and Cody Darmanin following closely behind. Scicluna’s impeccable speed was highlighted by his impressive lap time of 43.379 seconds, reaffirming his status as a force to be reckoned with in the championship. As the standings were tallied after the third round, Scicluna emerged as the frontrunner, with Vassallo closely trailing behind.

Dario Mifsud Leads the Pack in the IAME X30 Junior 125cc Category

Dario Mifsud emerged victorious in the fiercely competitive IAME X30 Junior 125cc class, clinching victory in a competitive race. Mifsud’s exceptional performance propelled him to the top of the podium, with Daniel Abela and Luca Tanti securing second and third place respectively. Abela’s lap time of 40.347 seconds underscored his impressive speed on the track. As the overall standings were calculated after round three, Abela and Galea found themselves tied for the lead, with Tanti closely trailing behind.

Eman Muscat Claims Victory in the Rotax Max Category

Eman Muscat demonstrated his mastery of the track in his category, securing a commanding victory. Muscat’s stellar performance earned him the top spot on the podium, with Timothy Zarb and Jack Bugeja following closely behind. As the overall standings were out, Mizzi emerged as the leader, with Zarb and Muscat in hot pursuit. However, Pace faced setbacks during the race, receiving a penalty for various incidents, which saw him relegated down the grid.

Micallef Emerges Victorious in the IAME X30 Category

Kyle Micallef emerged triumphant in the fiercely contested IAME X30 category. Micallef’s impressive performance earned him the top spot, with Kian Gauci and Miguel Grech following closely behind. Micallef’s lightning-fast lap time of 40.057 seconds underscored his dominance in the race. As the overall standings were calculated, Micallef solidified his lead, with Gauci and Borg in pursuit.

Micallef Continues Domination in the IAME X30 Masters

Kyle Micallef continued his dominance, clinching yet another victory. Micallef’s flawless performance earned him the top position, with Bugeja and Aguis Zammit rounding out the podium. Micallef’s impeccable lap time of 40.910 seconds highlighted his exceptional talent on track. However, Agius Zammit and Neil Gauci faced penalties for bumper infractions after the race. Overall standings after following the third round, Vella emerged as the leader, with Bugeja closely behind.

Scicluna Shines in the Vortex ROK Senior

Micah Scicluna showcased well known talent in the Vortex ROK Senior category, clinching a commanding victory. Scicluna’s exceptional performance secured him the top spot on the podium, with Ryan Borg and Claude Brincat following closely behind. Brincat managed to register the fastest lap time of 39.904 seconds highlighting his speed on track, showing the competitiors that the challenge is still there. As the overall standings were calculated, Brincat emerged as the frontrunner, with Borg closely trailing behind.

Vassallo Claims Victory in the Vortex Master

Glenn Vassallo emerged victorious in the Vortex Master category. Vassallo performed smoothly earning him the top position, with Charlon Mifsud and Joseph Mifsud securing second and third place respectively. Despite Joel Scerri’s impressive lap time, he faced disqualification for weight and bumper infractions after the race. Overall standings shows Vassallo solidifying his lead, with Charlon Mifsud and Joseph Mifsud in pursuit.

Overall, the third round of the Malta National Karting Championship delivered a thrilling spectacle of motorsport action, with drivers demonstrating their true talent and determination on the track.

It’s essential to take a moment to celebrate the unsung heroes who make it all possible. From the marshals ensuring safety on the track to the parents providing support, each individual plays a vital role in the success of the championship. Their dedication, passion, and hard work behind the scenes are the driving force behind every race day. As we look forward to the next round of competition, let’s extend our heartfelt appreciation to all those who contribute to the magic of motorsport, reminding us that it’s not just about crossing the finish line first but about the teamwork, and spirit that unite us all in the pursuit of racing excellence.

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