Sport

Season starts with a huge weekend of testing for Treseder

NEW WHEELS: Kel Treseder. Photo: Scottie Simmonds / NewsMail
NEW WHEELS: Kel Treseder. Photo: Scottie Simmonds / NewsMail Scottie Simmonds

KEL Treseder's return to racing in the full series in the CIK Stars Of Karting got off to a positive start with two days of intense testing at Dromeside Raceway at the weekend.

It was Treseder's first run at full pace in his new kart after receiving delivery of the new machine from Italy.

This weekend he travels to Willowbank Raceway with the goal to iron out any bugs before the opening round of the CIK series on February 23.

Topics:  bundaberg, cik stars of karting, kel treseder, sport




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