Kiwi karter wins final Euro KF championship round
ARMSTRONG WINS FINAL EURO KF CHAMPS ROUND IN SWEDEN
Kiwi karter Marcus Armstrong has scored the biggest win of his career to date - beating the cream of the karting world's top young drivers to KF class victory at the final round of this year's European CIK-FIA championship in Sweden.
Works Tony Kart driver Armstrong, 14, from Christchurch, qualfied 19th, finished the Pre-Final sixth and led the 25-lap Final from the eighth lap to beat Richard Vorschoor (Exprit/Vortex/Vega) from the Netherlands and British driver Tom Joyner (Zanardi/TM/Vega) to the line.
Armstrong is a multi-time former New Zealand kart champion from Christchurch who this year has been living and racing in Italy as part of the works Tony Kart team.