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It was a hard fought day at Jacksonville’s 103rd Street Sports Complex for the season opener of the Maxxis 4-Cycle Sprint Series, but the MGM Espionage still managed to end the day with 3 poles and 2 wins!
The LO206 All Pro class started the day with Zach Linsell on the pole. Zach followed up his first place qualifying effort with a win in the heat race, and final for a sweep in the All Pro division!
The LO206 Junior class was up next, and Alexander Searle had a strong start by qualifying on the pole. The heat race would prove a bit difficult when an on track incident would prevent Alexander from finishing, but he came back in the feature and finished the day P1 on the podium and had the fastest lap of the race.
The next class up, and the biggest of the day, was the Senior LO206 class. With 3 MGM’s in the field Zach Linsell took the pole in qualifying, and went on to win the heat race. After a mechanical issue Zach fell back to a 5th place finish in the feature, but all of the MGM’s were strong with Michael Clark and Ryan Bennett still finishing in the top 15 and 1 in the top 10.
The final class of the day would prove to be the most difficult, the LO206 Masters. It was a hard fought battle for all 3 of the MGM’s in the field, and Tim Clark took the outside pole in qualifying. The Espionage showed speed as Joey Miller would put down the fastest lap time in both the heat and feature, but in the final things got interesting. On lap one an on track incident would prevent Todd Baron from being able to complete the race, and more rough racing would end the day for the other 2 MGM drivers as well.
Even though we weren’t able to make it to Go Pro for the WKA Manufacturers Cup a big congratulations to Sam Corey on his victory in the Cadet LO206 class!
The day overall was a success ending with a couple podium finishes! A big thank you to Robert Smith for the motors, Nate Berry for helping get loaded, and everyone at the track for your support!
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A big congratulations to Sam, and all of the MGM drivers yesterday at Go Pro Motorplex for the Karting Challenge 2! Sam took two top podium finishes in Cadet LO206, and the IAME Swift division!
The Espionage also had a strong outing in the Briggs Senior LO206 class with 4 drivers in the top 10 out of a 35 kart field! Good job guys, and thank you to everyone for all of the help this weekend!
Ian Wins jr lo6 class In a stellar performance
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It’s been awhile since I’ve been on podium, but today I stood on top twice! P1 in IAME Swift and Briggs LO206 Cadet! I am so proud and want to thank my Dad, Red Line Synthetic Oil, KartSport North America, Paul & April Rice of MGM Chassis, Kart Republic, Woltjer Racing Engines Off Axis Paint & Joe Claridge for helping me find the 🏁!#sjgofast #sjcorryracing #14
Latest TEAM MGM Results
Zach Linsell: National Feature Win, two Pole Awards, two heat race wins | WKA Man Cup, GoPro Motorplex, Oct. 2017
Emily Demaster: Two Pole Awards, one heat win, P6 and P7 of 22 feature finishes | 206 Cup Grand Championships, New Castle, Oct. 2017
Steven Kilsdonk: P3 and P5 feature finishes 206 CIK Medium | 206 Cup Grand Championships, New Castle, Oct. 2017
Jason Trennepohl: P4 of 18 feature finish 206 Masters | 206 Cup Grand Championships, New Castle, Oct. 2017