Dylan Julien and Elliot Cox each took a win in the Williams Racing Engines Yamaha Rookie category. Julien broke up the season-long win streak for Cox, earning the top step in Saturday’s main event. Cox was the top qualifier and Prefinal winner. He led the first two laps of the main event until Julien took over the position on lap three, never looking back for his first victory of the season. Charlie Kremer was second with Cox, after slipping outside the top-five early, fought back to third ahead of Kasey Williams and Pierce Sonderup. Cox scored his seventh victory on the season Sunday with a sweep of the round, capped off by a seven-second advantage in the main event. Kremer was able to secure the second spot in a great finish, holding off Julien, Sonderup and Christian Miles.
Elliot Cox kept his win streak alive in the Williams Racing Engines Yamaha Rookie category, recording wins five and six on the year. Cox swept Saturday’s round of racing from qualifying to the final checkered flag, edging out Christian Miles with Trevor Johnson joining them on the podium. Miles looked to have the streak ended after coming through as the top qualifier and Prefinal winner Sunday. He led the first half of the Final until he was shuffled to the tail of the field at the midway point, allowing Cox to cruise to the victory. Kasey Williams ran second with Ava Dutton on the podium in 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!