Three from Three for Jamieson


Russell Jamieson has won his third race of the weekend in the Coach Design Anderson-DEA, pulling away from Gary Pegoraro and Karl Wilson who fought hard for second. Wilson briefly poked the nose of the Safe Evolutions Anderson-DEA into second position ahead of Pegoraro's Dunlop Kartsport/BRC Engines Anderson-BRC until "Wizzer" regained the spot in the late running. Warren McIlveen pulled over and retired the Mac's Marine Stockman-Honda earlier while running in third position.

Jason Smith (Fuji Zerox/Zahl 1 Karting Anderson-DEA) won a fierce dice for fourth position, fighting hard with Carlo Chermaz (Superkarts Evolution SKE-PVP), Kristian Stebbing (Suburban Accounting Stockman-Yamaha) and Ilya Harpas (Your Amigo/Alex EMS/Davtec Zip-BRC) in a fight which fascinated the cameras of the live streaming coverage at:

Chermaz finished fifth with Stebbing sixth. Brendan Luneman climbed from the back in his repaired Wizzer Race Engines Anderson-BRC to finish seventh ahead of Brett Purdie (Martelco Equipment Hire PVP-BRC), the fading Harpas and Alex Soravia (Stockman-Honda).

In 250 Nationals Dalton Rowell (DLR Racing Stockman-Honda) edged out Jason Akermanis (Super Sonic Global Payments Anderson-Yamaha) for the win ahead of John Pellicano (Avoig-KTM) who is resigned to be racing for points now with the pace of Rowell and "Aker".

Tony Lappas was back on form in the Superkart Evolutions SKE-BRC, winning 125cc ahead of a huge fight for second. Paul Campbell in the Redback Racepaint Avoig-Honda took second ahead of Jeff Reed (The Chrome Factory Stockman-Honda), Garry Haywood (Water Tunnel Car Wash Bakker-Honda), Lee Vella (L&J Custom Kitchens & Joinery Avoig-Honda) and Tim Philp (Floth Sustainable Building Consultants Avoig-Honda).