3/4/11 KOSMIC karts show the way at the Stars of Karting Series - Saturday Report
Remo played an instrumental part in todays KOSMIC victories!
Q: It was a great day for the Kosmic Team, how are you feeling right now Remo?
"Im very pleased with the drivers attitudes and efforts they are all doing a wonderful job every one of them no matter where they have finished. They are making us proud, I am very happy with their preformance". Remo said.
Result for Kosmic Kart...
1-2-3 in Qualifying
1-2-3-4-5 in race 1
1-2-3 finish in race 2
1-2 in race 3
Q: What input did you have Remo?
"I did have plenty of input and had one driver test one thing and another driver test another and that is why we went so well it gave us a direction"
Q: How well did the drivers work together to achieve the best possible setup?
"They all get along really well, we worked well as a team helping each other. So that is how I could understand what was the right setup. A great team effort. We are looking good going into the final tomorrow" said Remo.
Elle Brydon #44
Ben Edwards #99
Adam Hughes #64
Jake Spencer #39
George Geranis #10
Cian Fothergill #1 (defending champion)
Race Report from the Australian Karting Association
The JAM Racing trio of Adam Hughes, George Geranis and Jake Spencer showed the way during qualifying day in round two of the CIK Stars of Karting Series presented by Castrol EDGE at the Bolivar Raceway in South Australia today.
While they may have been upstaged by defending Pro light (KF1) Champion Cian Fothergill (KartSA) during qualifying, JAM Racing dominated the three 20-lap heat races in their Kosmic karts.
"It has been a great day for the JAM Racing team with the highlight being the one-two-three in the second heat race," said Hughes. "I haven't raced here since 2006 and that was the only time I've raced here, so you really can't be happier than to win three from three.
"Tomorrow is going to be a tough day and it will be hard to stay there but hopefully we can maintain our place at the front of the field."
After finishing third in the opening heat Cian Fothergill (KartSA Team) was forced to sit out the second heat race when he was late arriving to the grid. He then finished well down the order in the final qualifying race after enduring a mechanical issue (His chain came off and had to put it back on whilst they were forming up) He will start 14th tomorrow morning.
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