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Karters back on track Sunday

Nick Gill leading Tremaine Forde Catwell in first round action.

Nick Gill leading Tremaine Forde Catwell in first round action.

Can Nick Gill repeat his impressive performance at the first round of the season or will there be a new challenger for the top spot?

Those questions and more will be answered this Sunday when the Barbados Karting Association hosts the second round of the Barbados Karting Association’s Frutee 2013 season.

The day’s action at Bushy Park Racing Circuit is sponsored by Preconco Ltd and 2012 driver’s champion, Tremaine Forde Catwell, will be one of those looking to more Gill off the top of the podium in the 310 Premier Class.

Gill appeared to have found the winning formula at the start of the season but Catwell was not far off in the races. Not in the mix-up was Christian Hinds who was testing the new kart.

In the 270 Sportsman Class, Zane Maloney was sick and sat out the final two races, but Joshua Maloney was in good health. He showed it on the track as he won three of the four races and carried off the most points in the class.

The return of Zane Maloney and the always present Saviola Thomas should make for an interesting second round which may go down to the wire.

Action is expected to get underway at 10 a.m.

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