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F1 Boston Summer / Fall Junior League Round 6 Report
Racing NewsF1 Boston Summer / Fall Junior League Round 6 Report

Braintree, MA (October 14, 2011) Last weekend, F1 Boston held round 6 of the Summer/Fall Junior League and once again the competition was terrific. The 8 round League features 7 classes to ensure each racer enjoys the highest level of competition their age, size, ability and experience permits. Each racer competes in three heats per round. Heres a look at the results:

In Group 1A Elite, Austin Dowler took first place, earning 34 points by winning one heat and taking 2nd in the other two, plus two fast lap bonus points. The win moves Dowler into 2nd place in the season standings with 97 points. Jason Cheal earned the second spot by winning two heats and placing third in the other he also took a fast lap point of a total 33. Jessica OLeary landed third place on the power of three top five finishes. Fourth place went to season points leader (98 points) Derek Creutz who earned 17 in the round.

Group 1A, Kevin Manning earned the top spot with 31 points including two wins and two fast lap points. Manning remains on top of the standings with 148 points. Nikolai Gabardi took second place with 29 points by earning two seconds and a fast lap point. Hes also in second place in the standings just 3 points off the pace. Christian Rogers won a heat and placed third in the round with 22 points. Danny Rounds, 19 points, and Gregory Maloney, 17 points, rounded out the top five.

In a very unusual occurrence, there was a three way tie at the top of Group 1B. Nelson Austin, Jake Yazijian and Deanna Horacio all earned 26 points Austin and Horacio each won a heat and took second in another, while Yazijian earned second, third and fourth place finishes. Austin remains in second place in the standings, Yazijian moves into third and Horacio is sixth. Luke Marcheski and Justin Rusko rounded out the top five both earning 23 points. Standings leader Jacob Beauchesne earned 20 points to remain in the top spot.

Group 2As Ryan Kuhn took round 6 with 29 points winning one heat and taking second place in the other two, while also getting all three fast lap bonus points. He overtakes the top spot in the standings with 121 points. Ian Fastert was was second, with a win, a second and a third place result for 24 pionts. Bryce Czuba was third with 22 points, powered by winning one heat and finishing second in another. Hes in second place for the season at 117 points. Fourth place, with 21 points, was shared by Cody Dowler, Leland Frantz and Josh Melnik.

Group 2Bs Fiachra Quinn took the round with a clean sweep winning three heats and three fast lap points for a total of 33 points. Andres Albornoz earned second by taking second place in three heats for a total of 24 points. Next was Hayden Duffy with 23 points. Four racers Nick Friend, John Healey, Karlin Levesque and Shane McCullen placed fourth with 21 points. McCullen leads the season-long standings with 141 points; Friend is second at 119 and Eric Phillips (19 points in the round) is in third.

Group 3As Quinn Yardley took the round with 27 points winning the third heat and placing second in the other two. He stands in third place in the season long tally with 70 points. Jonathan Trieloff built on his season standings lead with a win, a second and a third place for 26 points and season total of 136. Ronan Quinn won the first heat and earned 20 points. Andrew OLeary took 17 points and is second in the standings with 112 points.

Group 3Bs Ethan Kmiecik prevailed by winning two heats and taking a second, plus three fast laps to earn 31 points. Kmiecik is fourth in the standings at 91. Mason Lukowski was second with 29 points, winning two heats and getting second in the other as well as a fast lap point. Lukowski is third in the standings with 92 points. Next was Eagan Wong, who earned 21 points, won a heat and remains atop the leader board with 125 points. Joey DeAscentis was fourth with 19 points hes second in the standing at 114. Rounding out the top five was Alec Schimdt with 16 points.

Junior League competitors may enter as many rounds as desired drivers competing for the season championships must attend at least 8 rounds the best 8 rounds for each count towards the final championship positions. Points in each round are awarded to the by the top 10 finishers in descending order, with the drivers turning in the fastest lap in each race picking up an extra point. The top 6 drivers from each class will earn a spot in the Season Finale. Standings are updated after each event and can be found at The League is open to all drivers with F1 Boston Junior Competition License that have completed an F1 Boston Junior Novice Racing Academy or Camp.

Located in Braintree, MA, F1 Boston is New Englands premier high performance kart racing venue for corporate events and social functions, with a 106,000 square foot facility, featuring two indoor European-style kart tracks. All events are race-ready; with racing suits, helmets and karts provided. F1 Boston provides a wide array of race-themed programming for events including: off-site meetings, dinners, sales/staff meetings, trade shows, incentive events, social events, rewards programs, summer outings, team building, recruiting, and holiday events.

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