TEARING UP THE TRACK: Mark Ezzy takes on the TAG 100 in the Northern Queensland Sprint Kart Titles in Townsville. Picture: DENNIS LIANGLAGOON Park Speedway will come to life again this weekend for round four of the Adlee Construction Go Kart Championships.
First up on Saturday night will be the cadets (7-11 years), with karts capable of reaching speeds in excess of 70km/h the cadets promises to be one to watch.
After a dominant first few rounds, Allisa Sidnell will look to use experience gained recently from the Northern Queensland Sprint Titles in Townsville to hold out rivals Matthew Bishop and Lochlan Dew, also returning from a successful trip.
Looking to join Allisa, Matthew and Lochlan amongst the front will be Liam Wise and Tara Sidnell.
Close racing will be expected in the rookies class, with Bradley Leonard, Anthony English and Jordan Dew all vying for a position at the top of the ladder.
Junior national light features the return of Paul Thirwall, adding to the already tense action up front.
Class front runners Kaille Whitehead, Daniel Watt and Anthony Rowsell will line up along side Thirwall with all four guaranteed to be fighting it out for the top step on the podium.
The fasted class of the night is expected to be clubman light, headlined by gun drivers Matthew Whitehead and Thomas Glasson.
Cem Yucel and Greg Bostock join the pair in clubman light and speeds well in excess of 100km/h are expected.
Jack Lowe will be looking to build on his success from the previous round to continue his rise up the pack.
Clubman heavy and Tag 100 are expected to produce some adrenaline packed racing in the two biggest fields of the night.
Trevor Hollyman and Paul White will be looking to build on the success of their first meet in clubman heavy.
Mastering the class will be no easy feat, with Ryan Mackenzie, James Hay and Anthony Leonard all capable of taking the win.
Tag 100 looks set for another cracker night of racing, with Mark Ezzy the man to beat after placing second in the Northern Queensland Titles.
Eli Vincent, Morgan Skinner and Shaun English will also be looking to get in amongst the action up front.
Racing begins at 3pm on Saturday at Lagoon Park Raceway.
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