Grampian Kart Club is to host the final round of the Scottish Super Series at the Boyndie Drome Circuit near Banff on Saturday and Sunday, September 10 and 11.
This follows rounds at Golspie, Larkhall and Crail, and with six different classes competing for the covered ‘S’ plates and 120 points still available everything is up for grabs.
Racing will start at 10:30 with the finals later in the afternoon.
The 2010 ‘S’ holder Sandy Mitchell (Forfar) leads with by only 6 points from Sam McKenzie (Banchory). Third is, newly crowned ‘A’ plate champion, Jordan Donaldson.
With a 53 point lead, Neil MacLennan from Tore, holds a convincing margin over joint second place Jack Simpson (Fraserburgh) and newly crowned champion Liam Black (Dingwall). A further 8 point in arrears is James Paterson (Grantown) (284 points) with Jack Gordon (Whitecairns) on 244 points.
Kyle Fowlie (Peterhead) is the odds on favourite to lift the ‘S’ plate to add to the ‘A’ plate he lifted in August. Frazer Huntley (Mintlaw) is five points ahead of Keifer Steyn (Avoch)
With the class based in Glasgow there are joint leaders David Etheridge and Stuart McDougall. With the class missing the last round at Crail there are some concern that they will arrive at Banff.
The senior Rotax will be the largest class on the day. Ryan Tod, New Byth, who has just retained the ‘A Plate’ leads the series by 13 points from west of Scotland-based Andrew Harvie and Steven Daily.
Fourth is Logan Watt from Fife (290 points) Kris Manett (Fraserburgh), reigning champion (290 points) and the Buchan brothers (Peterhead) Bruce on 262 points and Andrew 251 points.
Sure to be hotly contested is the ICC class with Alistair Smith (Peterhead) on 332 point and Graeme Clark (Balbeggie) on 328 points.
Third is Walter Wallace (Peterhead) on 300 points. In four is Jack Sutherland on 299 points but sadly will not be competing following a road accident. Next up is Banff’s Michael Christie on 263 points and Cliff Harper from Ellon on 260 points.