2016 National Karting: Nayan wins Senior Max Class at Round 4

Yash and Arjun take Junior and Micro Max wins at Round 4 of JK Tyre FMSCI National Karting Championship

Overdrive August 25, 2016 04:53:47 IST
2016 National Karting: Nayan wins Senior Max Class at Round 4

The fourth round of the JK Tyre FMSCI National Rotax Max Championship was also the 13th edition's penultimate round. Which meant that every minor fluctuation could have a major bearing on the championship. One of the people who felt the effect of this the most was BPC Racing's Ricky Donison. The Bangalore-based karter had won the three preceding rounds of the season. However, Donison couldn't manage the wet conditions over the course of the weekend. At one point he even believed that he had a technical problem with his kart, and drove into...

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