Thousands turn out for karting’s premier race in North Hamilton

Thousands turned out for go carting’s premier event among the streets of North Hamilton, as racers carved a speed trail around town.

There were many thrills for those in attendance, including Premier David Burt, who noted his pleasure at being able to take in the spectacle.

“It’s great to see people out in the sunshine, enjoying the event,” said Burt.

“It’s a wonderful thing for north Hamilton. Families are out. There’s a fun castle and people are having a good time.
“We’ve been through a tough period and things are continuing to improve and we’re going to press on day by day.”

A winner on the day was Bermuda Karting president Scott Barnes, who won the Tag Senior Class ahead of Scott Corrado, with William Dunkley third.
Roman Wilkinson took the Tag Junior class ahead of Jonah Moniz in a thrilling race.

The Shifter Stock class saw Brandon Franks take the top prize with Blake Horseman second.

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