On May 13th, the Formula-K Kart Circuit will host Round 3 of the MSA Northern Regions ROK Karting Championship, featuring a returning and determined Noah Cronje.
Cronje is a newcomer to the 2023 Kid ROK championship and is currently in fourth place, just three points behind the third-placed competitor. Unfortunately, Cronje could not compete in the second round due to a last-minute schedule change, meaning he can no longer afford to drop any points for the rest of the season. It is, therefore, crucial for Cronje to earn points in every upcoming round.
“It’s been a lengthy break from competition,” said Cronje. “While we have been practising and maintaining our training regime, we were unfortunate to miss out on the last round after a late change by the series promoter. So we are forced to drop three zeros now and ensure we make the rest of the season count.”
Cronje thanks the support of the Faerie Glen and Zambesi Franchises of Easy Life Kitchens and Sparco. Qualifying will begin at 09:14, followed by three race heats at 10:59, 13:38, and 15:56. Each heat will consist of eight laps.
Published by: Motorsport Fanatix
Picture Caption: Noah Cronje
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