Markland, Greig, Rinaldi, Denard, and Burrows win night seven Kart Klub

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BRIGHTON – A full pit area brought some of the best racing the Brighton Speedway Kart Klub has seen yet this year.

Markland tops Box Stock 1As

James Markland (No.21 Lawns We Do) started on the pole for the 10-lap feature, but had a tough contender in Claire McDonald (No.17 McDonald Homes) outside the front row. McDonald grabbed the early lead and held it until the halfway mark. Markland took the lead on lap five just before McDonald spun to bring out a caution. That left Markland the leader for the restart and he cruised to the victory ahead of Jace James (No.99J), McDonald, and Nathan Shorts (No.20 Towne and Country Liquidation).

Greig wins Box Stock 1B feature

Ryan Post (No.11R Free Flow) and Asher Heard (No.52 State Farm Insurance) led the second half of the box stock division was led to the green flag. Heard took the lead to the first corner before Max McDonald (No.5 McDonald Homes) grabbed the point down the backstretch. McDonald surrendered the lead after a pair of spins. Ryan Greig (No.48 Greig Truck and Trailer) assumed the lead and battled to a victory ahead of Heard, Post, and McDonald.

Rinaldi steals Sportsman win

Rinaldi brothers Anthony (No.77) and Nathan (No.3) led the field to start the 15-lap Sportsman feature. Anthony led early before the two front-row starters battled side-by-side for a pair of laps leading to halfway. Anthony held the lead until lap 10 when Nathan used a turn one pass to take over the point. He would lead the final five laps en route to the victory. Anthony held on to second ahead of Kyle Anderson (No.17A Hunt’s Bobcat Service) and Andrew Young (No.29A J&J Automotive).

Denard wins Box Stock 2 feature

Holly Denard (No.02) and Kaitlyn O’Blenis (No.23k John’s Car Care) led the Box Stock 2 field to green. Denard took the lead on the opening lap and never looked back, leading all 10 for the victory. A red flag stopped the race on lap six when four karts got together in turn two. Cole McKeown (No.11 McDonald Homes), Brennan Moore (No.35B Lyons Goodfellow Furniture), Cole Perry (No.23 Excel Tower Service) and O’Blenis tangled. Moore got the worst of the wreck and did not finish the race after getting medical attention, but was okay. Denard held on for the victory over Brockville Speedway regular Jordan Wood (No.18J Riverside GM), O’Blenis, McKeown, and Jaiden Mattice (No.J3 Moroni’s Restaurant). Perry, Raiah Lough (No.07), Emma Terpstra (No.22) and Moore.

Burrows’ dominance continues

Michaela Lough (No.88x) and Nathan Rinaldi (No.3 BrightonSpeedway.com) brought the Junior Restricted division up to speed for the 15-lap feature.  Carissa Burrows (No.33c) passed the front two though exiting turn two. Burrows then set her kart to cruise control and led the remainder of the race by a full straightaway over Rinaldi. Hannah McCrory (No.49 Apex Graphics) battled to third after a wreck a week ago. Lough finished fourth.

The Brighton Speedway Kart Klub returns to action next Thursday for a full slate of racing. Racing is scheduled to start at 7:00pm. Adult admission is always just $5.  The Kart Klub will have an off week on August 14.

Thursday night Kart Racing: The inaugural Brighton Speedway Kart Klub season is now in full swing. Racing takes place on the infield Karting oval on Thursday nights at 7:00pm. Admission is just $5 to see the next generation of Brighton Speedway stars. Its high-adrenaline fun in a small package! Visit www.brightonspeedway.com for a full schedule.

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Brighton Speedway’s 2014 season is proudly supported by the following corporate sponsors: Lucas Oil, Vanderlaan Building Supplies, Quinte Septic, OilGARD Anti-Rust (a division of Bainer’s), Brighton Automotive, Bill’s Johns, Sanderson’s Tire & Automotive Centre, Mystical Distributing Company Ltd., ROCK 107, T.R.S. Communication, Campbellford Chrysler, Cool 100.1, Hotch’s Auto Parts, Dibbits Excavating, ImageFactor.ca, Workman’s OK Tire Quinte West, NOCO Fuels, Star 93.3, VP Racing Fuels, Hoosier Racing Tires, Ultramar CST, Benson Auto Parts, Brighton Recycling and Excel Tower Services.

About Brighton Speedway: Brighton Speedway is a 1/3-mile clay stock car racing oval located on the shores of Lake Ontario in Brighton, Ont. The speedway hosts five weekly stock car divisions on Saturday nights from May to September. The weekly Pro Late Model division competes under UMP DIRTcar sanctioning. The track’s flagship Applefest Shootout Weekend attracts drivers, fans, and sponsors from across the NorthEast every September.

Media Contact: Clayton Johns

claytonjohns@brightonspeedway.com

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