|Sunday, 01 July 2012 20:57|
KOSMIC Team Australia on the podium at the 2012 NT Sprint Kart Championships
Some great results from the Northern Territory State titles in Darwin last weekend saw young Dimitri Agathos and Matt Waters finish on the podium in their Kosmic TS30 chassis. Ben Stewart grabbed a state title aboard his Kosmic and young Joel Jamieson was outstanding in Cadets aboard his Kosmic.
DIMITRI AGATHOS - JUNIOR CLUBMAN in only his second meeting in the TS 30 Kosmic charged through the field after a fuel problem caused him to qualify in 17th position for the championship. Agathos showed everyone just how fast he and the Kosmic are as he made his way through to start 3rd in the final. In the final he positioned himself into 2nd early but unfortunately another competitor came into contact with him dropping him down to 4th. Agathos and his Kosmic TS30 then put up a great fight to drive back to 2nd; unfortunately the gap was too big to 1st to mount a serious attempt.
MATT WATERS - CLUBMAN LIGHT qualified on the front row of the prestige's clubman light class aboard his Kosmic TS 30. Waters in only his second meeting in the TS 30 was very happy with the chassis saying he thought he could find even more speed from the chassis. "It’s so easy to drive and every change we make the kart reacts giving me great feel and confidence in the chassis". Waters would card a DNF during the heats but he and the Kosmic showed true pace to finish 2nd in the final after a very eventful final.
JOEL JAMIESEN - CADETS improved out of sight to come from 14th to 4th aboard his Kosmic in the Cadet class showing everyone just how good he will be. He also proved the Kosmic chassis will work in any class.
BEN STEWART - LEOPARD LIGHT also ran very competitive in the Kosmic TS 30 in clubman light showing everyone he will be one to watch at the nationals. Stewart charged from last to get to 5th in clubman light only to get caught in another crash. Stewart had a much better run in Leopard light in his Kosmic Mercury as he dominated the field and was never headed aboard his Kosmic Mercury grabbing the blue plate and moving to one of the favourites for the Leopard light national title.
"Its great to see the Kosmic chassis working well for our drivers, the results with the TS30 are very encouraging and as always the Mercury is a leader in the 125 classes" said Peter Galvin, Kosmic Racing Team manager. "Remo Luciani will be at the nationals to help any Kosmic drivers with tech support"
Kosmic Racing Australia would like to thank all Kosmic drivers for your support and we wish you all the best luck.
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