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FWT Rotax Max Challenge Palm Beach

Justin Sirgany (Jamaica) has been all kinds of fast this weekend in PSLKartingUSA.com sponsored Micro MAX. As such, it was no surprise to
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see him starting on pole position in the Pre-Final after being the fastest qualifier. However, in the Pre-Final the win went to Dylan Tavella (USA) while a 10-second penalty from the start dropped Sirgany back to sixth. For those that notice a common theme here, the message is clear; the 16-channel video marshaling system and the speed gun monitoring/speed display board system used exclusively at Formula Kart Productions events makes it virtually impossible for someone to jump or otherwise misalign their start without getting busted.

Sarravalli winsIn the Micro MAX final, Sirgany and Tavella were pacing the field once again. But this time, Saturday’s Micro MAX winner, Antonio Serravalle, had joined the mix. Lap after lap the three fought over the top position but managed to do it smartly which allowed them to actually put some distance on the battle for fourth place. With a couple laps to go, Serravalle took the lead and never looked back. At the checkered flag it was Serravalle with the win followed by Sirgany in second and Tavella third.
34 Micro_Max_take_the_startWhat can you say about Micro MAX? With 42 drivers vying for 34 starting spots it’s no suprise the Florida Winter Tour is known worldwide for huge competition in Micro and Mini MAX and this year is no exception. Micro MAX, sponsored in 2012 by PSLKartingUSA.com, is proof that a class doesn’t have to be the fastest to put on a great show. Year-after-year these young kids provide some of the best action anywhere.

 

 

Mini Max_approches_the_starting_gantryOn this day, Justin Sirgany (Jamaica) had the pole position but fell to 10th in the Pre-Final after being assessed a 10-second penalty for being over the starting speed limit at the start. The Pre-Final was won by Antonio Serravalle (Canada) who also won the Final but not without being hounded for 12 laps by Sirgany who had worked his way back to the front. In the end, it was Serravalle, Sirgany and Dylan Tavella (USA) who stood atop the podium at the end of the day.

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