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As the world was slowly getting back underway, a group of IONIC Edge drivers took to TNT Kartways in Taylor, Missouri. IONIC Edge chassis swept the Briggs Senior podium, putting on a dominating performance in the premier class on display.

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Carter Pryor has been carrying the IONIC Edge chassis banner high and proud in LO206 Junior divisions across the Midwest. At TNT, he swept the evening. He qualified on pole and went on to win the main event comfortably. His IONIC Edge chassis was on rails, and Carter can’t wait to get back out on the track and continue racking up wins.

LO206 Senior

Jeff Scott started his night strong by qualifying on the pole, with Avery Scott second, and Jason Crane third. Riley Scott’s night started off rough, qualifying 5th after a dislodged weight forced an early exit from the session.

In the Feature, Crane quickly worked his way past Avery Scott to trail Jeff, while Riley Scott quickly rolled through the top end of the field, running down the leading pair. At the halfway point, he moved past Avery Scott for third, and on the final lap, Riley was able to squeak by Crane with just a handful of turns to go. Crane couldn’t find a way back by his IONIC Edge teammate, settling for the final spot on the podium. Avery Scott ended fourth to make an IONIC Edge 1-2-3-4 result with Jeff Scott closing out the evening the way he started it: on top.

“The IONIC Edge ‘Switch’ Chassis still has some speed left in it,” said Jeff, “it just needs some more time.”


While Jason Crane isn’t sure about his next outing, next up for Carter Pryor along with Jeff, Avery, and Riley Scott is the CKNA Champions’ Cup event at 61 Kartways.

If you’d like more information on our chassis and support, contact Kyle Luttrell at 404-516-8934 or kyle@luttrellracing.com.

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