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20 July 2009MP/CLL09/09For immediate releasePFI PERFECTION FOR PARRY
Matthew Parry continued his bid for the Formula Kart Stars Junior Max title with a second dominant performance in asmany rounds, this time in changeable conditions at PF International.Having swept the board in round four at Rowrah, the Paul Carr Racing driver carried a healthy lead to Lincolnshire andcould have been forgiven for driving with one eye on the championship picture, but instead produced a show worthy of a champion by easily taking both the Pre- and A Finals.The introduction of the latest Rotax barrels produced some interesting lap times in Friday’s practice sessions, but thePCR team was satisfied to see both Parry and new team-mate Hector Hurst among the pacesetters dipping under the 47-second mark before Saturday’s qualifying produced the first drama of the weekend.Having watched Ash Hand set a 46.78secs benchmark when the first qualifying group hit the track, Parry matched himto the hundredth in group two. However, the youngster’s following only had seconds to enjoy the achievement asclosest rival Ollie Varney followed him across the line to steal away pole position with a lap timed a tenth quicker.That left Parry third on the grid for the Pre-Final on Sunday morning but, despite the day dawning dry, a delay infinalising the result of the Pre-B Final meant that the race was moved to the final slot on the morning timetable – andinto the rain.Undeterred by the necessary set-up change on the grid, Parry made a storming start, and was leading by the first corner,with Varney and Josh Parker assuming the positions immediately behind him. Without the problem of driving intospray, Parry eased away, producing a strong wet-weather display to eventually cross the line nearly five seconds clear of his rivals, despite his fastest lap being a little way off the best of the race.Victory gave the Bury St Edmunds youngster pole position for the main event of the weekend and, despite the rainintensifying, he duly produced an exact replica of his earlier performance, seizing the initiative on lap one and never  being headed.Already ten kart lengths clear by the notorious second corner, Parry had doubled his advantage by the end of theopening lap and continued to ease away throughout the 15 that followed. Although second-placed Jamie Fegan mademinor inroads into his advantage mid-race, Parry was always in control, and eventually crossed the line 5.25secs infront of the pack after another flawless display.

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