Arrow Claim Almost 80% of Class Wins at the Victorian Closed Titles Arrow Racing Karts continued its phenomenally successful 2008 racing year with an incredibly strong showing at the 2008 Victorian Closed Titles, held at Ballarat Kart Club over the 6th and 7th of December. Supporting the claim that Arrow is by far the most successful Kart in Australian conditions for all classes. The all new Arrow X1 continued its breathtaking form since its release in November, featuring atop of multiple final podiums throughout the event. Arrow drivers won the finals of the Clubman Heavy, Clubman Light, Junior Clubman and Clubman Super Heavy classes making Clubman a dominant category for the Australian made chassis. Franky Costanzo led the field home in the final of Clubman Heavy to cap off what has been a pleasing 2008 for the Arrow driver, Costanzo was followed closely home by fellow Arrow driver Daniel Webster who looked right at home on the final podium. In the Clubman Light final Arrow driver Jake Spencer was too good for a talented field to convincingly claim a well earned Victorian Closed Clubman Light Title. In the Junior Clubman final Arrow driver Adam Lindstrom continued his recent strong form to record a classy victory aboard the Arrow XE- 28, just ahead of fellow Arrow steerer Jordan Ford who finished second respectively. Nathan Van Hulst made it an Arrow class sweep with a strong win in the Clubman Super Heavy final in what was a highly entertaining day of racing. Arrow continued its dominance of the National classes with impressive wins in the Junior National Light, Junior National Heavy and Senior National Light finals. After a strong showing aboard his Arrow Kart throughout the Golden Power series, Ashley Sinclair continued his fine form into the final of the Senior National Light class claiming victory ahead of a strong field. In the Junior National Light final, Arrow drivers Jordan Nicolaou and Liam Morey continued what has been a long and entertaining battle between the two highly talented drivers. Nicolaou eventually crossed the line ahead of his Arrow comrade in the final for yet another Arrow one- two on the class podium, an occurrence which has been somewhat of a familiar sight throughout this year. In the Junior National Heavy class Arrow driver Tyler Crammer set a consistently fast pace throughout recording a strong race win in the final. The new Arrow X1 continued its amazing form in the Rotax classes with Corey McCullagh dominating a highly renowned field of Rotax Heavy drivers, finishing almost 2 seconds clear in the final. The X1 continued to improve all weekend and the Karts speed was noticeable in the capable hands of the talented Arrow pilot. In a pleasing result Arrow Racing Karts were at the top of both the Midgets and Rookies final podiums, with Jordan Boys and Jake Klein finishing strongly to win the final of their respective classes. In the Midgets class Boys led home fellow Arrow driver Jake Dixon to sit atop an Arrow dominated final podium. Klein was simply too good for the rest of the Rookies field in an impressive display indicative of the long future ahead of him. These talented young drivers are the future of our great sport and Arrow Racing Karts are proud to be able to support our young racers and provide them with a quality, consistent product that proves to be amongst the best in the world. The results once again prove that Arrow has firmly cemented its spot at the top of Australian Karting across all classes and that the new Arrow X1 chassis has proven to be a formidable force to be reckoned with. The team at Arrow Racing Karts would like to congratulate all who contributed to the fantastic results over the weekend and throughout 2008, we thank you for your support and look forward to continued success in the future. For more information about the results and Arrow Racing Karts please visit www.arrowkarts.com or contact your nearest Arrow dealer.
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