After a long few months of no racing, Braith Santin and Kayden Thomson debut their Praga Karts at the first race meeting post COVID-19.
Aboard his Dragon Evo 2 in Junior Performance, Braith Santin recorded 2nd, 6th and 4th place results in the heats. After starting off the second row of the grid for the final, Santin moved to the lead on the first lap and built up a comfortable 1.6 second margin by the chequered flag.
Kayden Thomson had a near perfect debut in the Praga Monster Evo 2 chassis in the Mini Max class, recording two 1st place finishes and a 3rd place finish in the heats. Starting from pole position in the final, Thomson was never displaced from 1st position and eventually took the chequered flag by 2.2 seconds.
The 2020 Praga karts are performing excellently and are available at Karting HQ now! Check out our range at www.kartinghq.com.au