Crews claws his way to the win in Mini Swift

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Posted by SuperKarts! USA on Sunday, November 18, 2018

It was yet another Mini Swift event that came down the the final lap as we watched Brent Crews hold back six karts to win gold here in Las Vegas. The pressure came from each direction on the final lap, but the kid from Denver did not stumble.

Crews started from fifth and was quickly into third as he led a trio of drivers trying to catch Kai Sorensen (Supertune USA / Tony Kart) and Nikita Johnson (AKT / Energy) out front. It wasn’t until Carson Morgan (RPM / Kart Republic) had moved into the third position that the second group was able to run down the leaders.

The lead group went from two to five as they joined together out front. Lap thirteen proved to the turning point in the 18-lap feature when Crews went from third to first. The Nitro Kart pilot led at the stripe each lap from there on out, despite at times having side-by-side battles but always coming out ahead.

Amid the chaotic closing laps, Johnson had fell to fourth with three to go, but was able to jump up two spots on the penultimate lap and hold that position to the end. My pick to win, Alex Powell (Speed Concepts / Energy), did not appear to have the pace to win, but he kept it close with smart driving and help from the battles ahead of him. The Jamaican kept his nose clean down the stretch and moved into the third spot at the checkered.

Fourth place went to a charging Jace Park, up 12 spots. Sorensen eventually came home fifth after leading the first 13 laps.

2018 SKUSA SuperNationals XXII Mini Swift Final

Rnk Driver Gap Best Time Laps
1 #112 Brent Crews Winner! 48.197 18
2 #123 Nikita Johnson 0.067 48.224 18
3 #117 Alex Powell 0.355 48.381 18
4 #2 Jace Park 0.445 48.042 18
5 #3 Kai Sorensen 0.738 48.218 18
6 #108 William Macintyre 0.892 47.957 18
7 #1 Carson Morgan 1.006 48.164 18
8 #103 Diego LaRoque 2.78 48.147 18
9 #125 Brandon Carr 3.066 48.44 18
10 #130 Vinicius Tessaro 3.275 47.891 18
11 #127 Freddie Slater 3.372 48.252 18
12 #101 Jack Jeffers 3.452 47.935 18
13 #118 James Egozi 5.104 48.29 18
14 #122 Jeremy Fletcher 5.2 48.236 18
15 #174 Enzo Deligny 9.588 48.629 18
16 #146 Alex Stanfield 9.823 48.494 18
17 #172 Andres Castro 10.61 48.366 18
18 #187 Vinnie Phillips 12.029 48.393 18
19 #121 Mathias Coito 14.515 48.509 18
20 #149 Noah Baker 12.329 48.386 18
21 #171 Paul Bocuse 15.667 48.363 18
22 #129 Parker DeLong 16.355 48.337 18
23 #105 Miguel Costa 17.227 48.359 18
24 #133 Felipe Bernasconi 17.329 48.64 18
25 #102 Coskun Irfan 13.052 48.518 18
26 #151 Elliot Cox 18.737 48.441 18
27 #196 Jakub Kolar 19.267 48.344 18
28 #177 Christian Miles 19.355 48.741 18
29 #114 Enzo Swan 19.516 48.671 18
30 #111 Michael Costello 21.708 48.711 18
31 #113 AJ Zarcone 21.843 48.703 18
32 #110 Jimmie Lockhart 22.468 48.805 18
33 #170 Annie Rhule 22.573 48.869 18
34 #144 Jesus Vasquez Jr. 22.606 48.588 18
35 #157 Logan Toke 22.711 48.293 18
36 #188 Danny Dyszelski 22.974 48.864 18
37 #119 Jake Santalucia 25.495 49.346 18
38 #199 Aden Rudolph 29.564 48.643 18
DNF #124 Santiago Hernandez 0
DNS #125 Brandon Carr 0
DNS #122 Jeremy Fletcher 0
DQ #137 Paolo Milan 8.175 48.279 18
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