... that 12-year young Kalle Pohjola posted the highest score for Round 1?
JaNette and Steve Lefkowitz waiting for Round 2
posted Apr 5th, 2013 -
Round 2 has been completed, and the two family teams with the Grauwels brothers for Belgium and the Lemay brothers from Canada continue to outscore all other top teams at the World Challenge 2013. The Rhythm family with JaNette and Steve Lefkowitz is in the mix for the positions behind the two leaders.
There are more family relations within the Top 10 teams. Brother Andrew Kharitonov and sister Katya Kharitonova are in 8th (SportLoto) and 9th (a.team4way) place.
XL suffered five point deductions in Round 1 and is now working successfully on the comeback. Paraclete XP4 and Thunder lost a point in Round 1 too, and there is a great race going on behind NMP-PCH Hayabusa and Evolution.
NSL Reality TV: Round 1
Highest score in Round 1: Kalle Pohjola with mother Outi and father Kimmo
NSL TV also features the female 4way category with the video of Round 2. Yesterday's training sessions were not too promising for Aerokart Deep Blue, as the NSL TV videos were showing. Pas de probleme - and the French world champions of 2010 and 2012 fixed their troubles with the air speed to took the lead in Round 1. They looked sharp in Round 2, as well.
The highest score of the meet was posted in the Rookie Class and belongs to the youngest 4way competitor, Kalle Pohjola from Finland, who posted a 46-pointer in Round 1 with Pro Team Extended. The NSL News audience is familiar with the young competitor from Rovaniemi at the Arctic Circle by now...
The A Class team from the same town in Finland has also taken the lead after Round 1. The Heroes from the Artic Circle are two points ahead of the field after Round 1. They probably like the British weather - it is cold in Bedford...