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26/08/2015

Birel ART on top at Canadian Nationals

This year’s Canadian Nationals took place at the freshly updated Mosport Kartways, only 45 minutes from downtown Toronto. With a massive turnout of drivers and brand new asphault, Birel ART pilots were able to show their strength with podiums in almost every category.
 
Starting with Micro Max, Ben Cooper Racing’s Justin Arseneau and Dale Curran would battle each session, demonstrating their skills learned from the Jim Russel Karting Academy. Eventually, Dale Curran would cross the line in P1 after a close battle with Arseneau. Briggs Junior, Zachary Vanier qualified pole, while Austin Bisschop finished the final P3. Briggs Masters would see Marc Stehl (Collison Racing) on the top step of the podium with Birel ART’s finishing P4, P5 and P6. Briggs Senior PSL Moncton drivers, Kevin King and Gerald Casely would start P1 + P3 in the final, with Kyle Edgar finishing P2, Caseley P3 and Birel ART’s making up the remainder of the field from P4, P5 & P6 on the AM-29 chassis built for 4 stroke competition.
 
In Junior Max, Natael Cantin (PSL) was the man to beat all week. In the final, Cantin would start on the pole, and lead a porition of the main event. After a difficult battle for the lead, Cantin would finish a strong P2 on the RY-30-S7, and earn the title of Canadian Vice-Champion. The Rotax DD2 saw Alessandro Bizzotto (PSL) take the Super-Pole, however in the final it would be Jeffrey Kingsley who would take the Vice Champion position. DD2 Masters pilot, Luc Sauriol (PSL) would earn the pole, and Super Pole, but finish P2 in the final.
 
In KZ, the Birel ART / ROK was the kart to beat, PSL drivers CJ Cramm, Mikael Grenier and Pier-Luc Ouellette leading the field all week. Pier-Luc would start the final on pole, and eventually take a convincing win in the main event after 7 years out of a gear box kart.
 
“The team was well prepared, and so were our Birel ART partner teams. Collison, Ben Cooper Racing, and the privateer teams were able to earn top results in every category. The track renovations at Mosport, and the facility created a great atmosphere for the competitor. We’d like to thank our partners and our clients for a fantastic season!” - Andrew Campbell, TM, Birel ART North America.
 
 
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