The Island Karting Club, Karting Club Malta and the Malta Motorsport Federation organised the second round of the National Karting Championship at La Reve Racetrack in Ħal Far last weekend.
On Saturday, Ayrton Jon Tonna won the Entry Level Class ahead of Kimi Bugeja and Cody Darmanin.
Mason Barun topped the 60cc Class while Dario Mifsud placed first in the 60cc GR3, ahead of Daniel Abela.
Zane Pace won the Rotax Micro Max. Ayrton Jon Tonna placed second ahead of Nathan Fenech.
Benjamin Piscopo took the honours in the Iame X30 Mini ahead of Benjamin Westwood and Jamie Vassallo.
Kyle Micallef won the Iame X30 Junior with Brayden Cassar and Timothy Zarb placing second and third respectively.
On Sunday, Kyle Mercieca won the Iame X30 with Keith Micallef and Nicky Gauci completing the podium.
Lucas Pace won the Vortex RokGP. Pace finished ahead of Jamie Mangion and Nicholas Borg.
Jonathan Zammit placed first in the Vortex RokGP Master ahead of Neville Zammit and Glenn Vassallo.
In the Rotax Max the honours went to Joseph Mifsud. Owen Mangion placed second ahead of Salvatore Toscano.
Kenneth Vella won the Iame X30 Masters ahead of Sandro Bugeja and Chris Borg.
The third round of the National Karting Championship will be held on Saturday, April 30 and Sunday, May 1 at the La Reve Racetrack in Ħal Far.
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