STAR POWER: Cian Fothergill dominated racing on Saturday. Photo Nick Kossatch / Observer
STAR POWER: Cian Fothergill dominated racing on Saturday. Photo Nick Kossatch / Observer NICK KOSSATCH

Young gun pushes veteran all the way in the Norton Memorial

IT TOOK every bit of skill from Cian Fothergill to pip 14-year-old Jack Bussey in Saturday's Norton Rogers Memorial Meeting.

Fothergill won both of his heats before keeping the youngster at bay in the final of the Tag 126 Light category.

Jack was second in all of the heats with Josh Rogers rounding out the podium finishes.

Big things are expected of Jack after making the transition from junior to seniors.

As expected Rae showcased all of his experience to defeat Kyle Crowhurst and Leslie Stevens in the Tag 100 class.

It was also John Grother's day in the KA3 Senior Lights.

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Grother was ahead of the second and third placed Ricky Ingham and Jacob Calwell while Jeffery Cox, Christopher Jones and Adam Horvath were too good for the others in the KA3 Senior Heavy division.

The KA3 Senior Super Heavy went to Scott O'Neill and David Roberts who were one and two.

Craig Butler was top in the TAG 125 Heavy and Daniel Beveridge did the same in the TAG 125 Restricted divisions.

Blake McDonald won the Cadet 12 to head the junior categories with Billy Myers and Chase Janson second and third.

Steve Chant was first in the Cadet 9 division in front of Charlie Bycroft and Zac Bell.

Blayke Wagner and Kory Jennings in the KA4 Junior Light and KA3 Junior class of karts.

The pair got the better of Emily Calwell and Tallis Nunn respectively.



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