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Round 6 Of Sws Sprint Series At The Kartdrome
Posted by: newsla on May 07, 2014 - 07:08 AM
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Round 6 Of Sws Sprint Series At The Kartdrome

• Al Barwani scores two wins on the night in the SWS RX7 Sprint races
• Appiagyei and Walton go home with a win apiece in the SWS LR4 Junior Cup


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Atef Al Barwani signed off his mid-season SWS RX7 Sprint karting campaign with two impressive wins at the Kartdrome on Monday night, 5 May 2014.

The Emirati driver recovered from a below par starting position, which saw him line up on the grid down in eighth place. But this did not deter him as he powered through the pack to take top spot in heat one and setting the fastest lap in the process.

Ahmed Bin Desmal showed great pace by qualifying third and going on the finishing second in the first race, ahead of Hussain Umid Ali in third, fourth going to Rob Stevenson and Ali Al Mansoori, who qualified on pole, finishing fifth.

In race two Al Barwani was made to work extra hard by Umid Ali and Al Mansoori, the trio slugging it out relentlessly, but the night belonged to Al Barwani who claimed his second victory on the night by a mere 0.076 of a second from Umid Ali and Al Mansoori in third, just 0.224 of a second adrift. Nacho Girona was fourth and Maz Nawaz fifth.

In the SWS LR4 Junior Cup races, held earlier in the evening, it was Alex Connor who scorched around to claim pole position by a almost a full second from Samuel Garbutt.

In the first race Lewis Appiagyei, who started down in 12th, recovered to take a comfortable victory from Samir Malas who was equally comfortable in second, and Connor finishing third, Zaid Alami fourth and Mansour Al Sarraj fifth.

In the second race Oliver Walton also turned 12th on the grid into a win by 1.992 seconds over Connor in second and third place going to Appiagyei, Omar Al Sheybah fourth and fifth going to Malas.

With summer at hand the 2014 SWS Sprint Cup Series goes into hibernation until September when the second half of the series, which counts towards the 2014 SWS world Series Rankings, resumes once again.

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