Elliot Cox was the big winner of the weekend, recording three victories in the Rookie level. Cox swept both rounds of the Williams Racing Engines Yamaha Rookiecategory. Saturday was a 14-second advantage over Kasey Williams with Trevor Johnson placing third. Elliot remained at the front of the field all day on Sunday, capped off with a nine-second margin of victory in the Final ahead of Pierce Sonderup and Williams. The Express Karts & Parts IAME Swift Rookie class was Cox’s third victory of the weekend. Saturday round of racing was all Elliot, sweeping the day with a six-second victory in the Final. Hunter Pruitt and Ryker Mattes joined him on the podium. Mattes picked up the pace Sunday morning, beating the field for the fast lap in qualifying. Cox fought back to win the Prefinal over Mattes with Evan Zarbo a close third. Contact on lap three of the 12-lap Final put Cox and Mattes on the sidelines, allowing Zarbo to drive away with the victory. Hunter Pruitt crossed the line third but was penalized for contact with Dane Sensel. They swapped positions for the podium, putting Sensel second and Pruitt third.
11year-old kart racer from Indy. #51. 2017 SKUSA Champion. Vemmekart USA team driver. Founder of Driving for Dyslexia. Races to raise awareness for Alex's Lemonade Stand and Dyslexia Institute of Indiana. Results and news will be posted here!