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SKUSA SpringNationals: The Photo Review

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Highlights of some of the major players this weekend.

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Daniel Bray was at the front all weekend and the former Champ controlled the race from the front on Sunday on a circuit that was very difficult to pass on especially for the shifter categories.
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2014 Champ and national #2 Jake Craig flew under the radar all weekend, but found the pace on Sunday scoring a critical second place in the final.
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Ryan Perry Motorsports and Stepanova Nekeel showed speed throughout the week, but multiple flat tires and incidents kept the Northwesterner from a podium finish.
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These drivers were very lucky to walk away uninjured after Sting Ray Robb stalled in front of 30+ drivers at the start of heat one on Saturday.
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Benik dominated the weekend in both Mini and Micro. In Micro Oliver Denny and Brandon Carr split the wins with Benik sweeping the podium on Sunday. In Mini they also won both finals with Diego LaRoque and Tyler Maxson and had two of the three podium spots both days.
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We all knew Ryan Norberg was fast, but this weekend he showed everyone just how fast he is in a variety of conditions winning Sunday's final. He also shows everyone you do not need a big budget team to compete at the highest level running a one man operation with Gary Willis.
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Lance Fenderson was the best of the east coast drivers in X30 Junior winning Saturday's final.
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The young guns are coming as more drivers are making the move to S4 in their early 30's. Alan Michel made his S4 debut this weekend winning Sunday's final.
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Ryan Kinnear and his Champion Racing Intrepid scored two second place finishes in S4, which should give him the points lead heading into New Castle.
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Tony LaPorta rocking a vintage Kartsport Magazine tee shirt. Who let this guy work on their kart?
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Billy Musgrave didn't have the pace in the dry to challenge for the win, but took full advantage in Saturday's final by using slicks on a drying track to take the win ahead of a charging Joey Wimsett.
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Straight from Essay, France Jagger Jones was one of the quickest all weekend in X30 Jr. While leading Saturday's final he was spun around as five karts tried to fit into a single lane part of the circuit. On Sunday he led the early stages of the final to go on to finish second.
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Making his junior debut in North America, Jonny Edgar was a challenger in both finals finishing 6-3.
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This was a common sight throughout the weekend.
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After taking pole on Saturday this was a way too common sight for Oliver Askew in S1. On Sunday we saw the PSL Karting/Birel ART factory driver make some uncharacteristic mistakes.
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Throughout practice a lot of people put Kyle Kirkwood as the driver to beat. He was always in contention, but incidents throughout the weekend kept him from really challenging for the win. His best run was in the final on Saturday when he came back from a poor start to finish in 3rd.
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Kyle Thome who? The Merlin driver was very impressive in Sunday's Mini final splitting the two Benik drivers and nearly winning the final.
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Jamie Sieracki doesn't get away from running Franklin Motorsports too often to race, but when he does he is always on pace. Making his debut in the Master's category Sieracki dominated Sunday's final.
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Hunter Kelly made the move to S2 this season and straight away came out with the win on Sunday and another shifter win for Praga.
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Jake French had mega speed, but poor starting spots cost him an opportunity to fight for the win in S1.
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Braden Eves has been making a name for himself in the senior category so far this year and with a win in Sunday's X30 final he is quickly becoming one of the top names in North America.
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