Centurion resident and Cadet karting ace Luhan De Wet remained unbeaten in the MSA Northern Regions ROK Karting Championship at the weekend following another dominant display of driving as Round 3 of the championship concluded at the Formula-K Kart Circuit on 13 May.
De Wet, who had won six consecutive races in the past two rounds, arrived at the circuit as the current championship leader. On Saturday, he maintained his winning streak and proved why he leads every championship he competes in, both nationally and regionally.
De Wet, supported by De Wet Automotive Performance Service & Repairs, Duratec Batteries Centurion, and Alunite Pretoria, secured another pole position and won all three heats, making him the Round 3 champion. Despite being only seven years old and in his second karting season, he has won nine consecutive heats and widened his lead in the regional competition.
Sharl De Wet, the father of Luhan, expressed his contentment with the positive outcome and intends to build upon it further. “Luhan exhibited remarkable speed,” said Sharl. However, his father’s utmost pride lies in his son’s “discipline and unwavering focus on the task.”
Luhan De Wet thanks his sponsors and team for their unwavering support. He will return to the Formula-K Kart Circuit on 27 May for the second national round of the MSA ROK Cup Karting Championship.
Published by: Motorsport Fanatix
Picture Caption: Luhan De Wet
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