With so few points between leading drivers both in Class A and B, this Sunday is set to be a close – and thrilling – race.
The Current Score
In Class A, defending champion Ivan Chan is still in the lead while Pily Wong won Round 2 in spectacular style, pulling himself up to second position, and technical issues caused Mark Huang to drop from first to third position.
In Class B, David Catry has retained the lead in Round 1 and 2 – but is only one point of ahead of Alex van Dalen, the youngest driver in the championship.
Meanwhile, an accident in Heat 2 sent Ley Sreyrath all the way down to the second-to-last position, but with fighting spirit she then overtook everyone on the track to bring herself up to first in the pre-final race. Overall, she now sits at third place.
The Sunday Final
With such a narrow lead in Class A and B, and so many twists and turns throughout the tournament, the Sunday Final is crucial for all the drivers. Exciting stuff!
How Do I Watch the Race?
It’s totally free and no tickets are required to enter the venue – you can watch the race from right beside the track. Just get over to the Cambodian Karting Circuit from 8am on Sunday to claim your spot in the second race of the tournament.
Partners & Sponsors
The 2017 National Karting Championship is made possible by partners Elyfante and Claypot House, as well as generous sponsorship from iBurger, Puma, Mountain Dew, Sting Did Chain & NGK Spark Plug.
How Do I Get There?
Cambodia Karting Circuit is situated right next to the 911 Shooting Range, 17km off National Road 4, just before the Phnom Penh Special Zone. It’s around a 25 minute drive from the airport and 50 mins from BKK1.