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  • Eric Jones

    Eric Jones

    Eric Jones has not only represented KartSport and Arrow karts as General Manager and Owner, but with strong performances on the track in both Senior and Masters categories.  

    Since returning to Karting in 2007, Eric has captured multiple WKA Manufacturer's Cup wins in the Yamaha Supercan and KPV classes.  He won the 2010 Rotax Nationals in Max Masters.  He recently returned to Max Masters competition in Ocala for final rounds of the 2012 Florida Winter Tour.  There he convincingly captured two victories.

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  • David Sera

    David Sera

    David Sera is now 3rd on the all time winners list in Australian Karting with 11 National Titles to his name, 1 ahead of V8 Supercar driver Mark Winterbottom and karting star Matthew Wall. In addition to this is 36 State Championships and success on three separate continents; Australia, Asia and North America. David has further cemented a profile as a world leading karter with three appearances in the world finals. This included a pole position achievement in the 2007 event held in Dubai.

    David has represented the Arrow Racing Karts team across the world having raced in the USA, Italy, France, Spain, Germany, Japan, Dubai and Malaysia. His national and worldwide success has resulted in media coverage including articles in The Herald Sun and The Age newspapers, Motorsport News, Auto Action, Channel 10 News and Sports Tonight and One HD.

    His recognition from Australian karting as the Nation’s best karter in 2007 and 2009 drew the attention of front running V8 Supercar team Kelly Racing. David has subsequently signed with Kelly Racing on a multiyear agreement in a driver development program that Sera hopes will progress him to senior V8 ranks in the coming years

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  • Neil Verhagen

    Neil Verhagen

    Neil Verhagen, 11, captured three National wins in the WKA Manufacturer’s Cup Series along with a runner-up points finish in the Florida Winter Tour Rotax Mini Max division in 2012.  


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  • Alex Verhagen

    Alex Verhagen

    Alex Verhagen, 9, captured the WKA Manufacturer’s Cup Yamaha Rookie National Points Championship and finished eighth at the Rotax Grand Nationals in the Micro Max division.  

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  • Hannah Greenmeier

    Hannah Greenmeier

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  • Jacob Donald

    Jacob Donald

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  • Will Owen

    Will Owen

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  • Scott Falcone

    Scott Falcone

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  • Derek Dignan

    Derek Dignan

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  • Gresham Wagner

    Gresham Wagner

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