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CRG, VICTORY IN LAS VEGAS TO LOGAN
More than 500 drivers made it to the start of the spectacular XXII SuperNats in Las Vegas. Rob Logan (team Nash Motorsport) won Master Shifter. Paolo De Conto, who won three editions of this race, has been among the quickest in KZ but had to retire from the Final.

The 22nd edition of the SuperNats organized by Skusa had taken place in Las Vegas (Nevada) at the circuit of the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. More than 500 drivers put on one of the most spectacular events of the season where CRG Nordam fielded 36 drivers.

CRG secured the pole position and the victory with team Nash Motorsport’s Rob Logan in Master Shifter, while Kyle Wick ended KZ and Pro Shifter by Honda in the Top Five.

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The winner of three editions (i.e. 2014, 2016 and 2017) Paolo De Conto has been particularly unlucky this time around, as he had to retire from the Final due to an incident following another incident that affected one of his qualifying heats. That was a pity as De Conto had secured the third time in qualifying, being only 0.020s off the pole position time. Benjamin Tornqvist also had to stop after posting the ninth time in qualifying, while alongside the fifth place of Kyle Wick in KZ, other highlights of the race for CRG were the eighth place obtained by Matt Jaskol and the 11th of Brian Keck.

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Pedro Hiltbrand competed in Pro Shifter but, unfortunately, he had to retire. The Spanish driver of CRG had better luck in X30 Senior, where he came eighth leading team mate Olin Galli, while Brenden Baker was 12th. Callum Bradshaw could not qualify for the X30 Senior Final due to several issues, but last year he managed to claim a podium finish.

Kas Haverkort was tenth in X30 Junior, while Tyler Maxson and Aiden O’Neill could not qualify for the Final.

Complete results are available at www.superkartsusa.com

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November 19th, 2018

In the pictures: 1) Rob Logan, KZ; 2) Kyle Wick, KZ; 3) Paolo De Conto, KZ.
Credit Photo: On Track Promotion