Kushan bags triple at Katukurunda Speed 2023

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By M. Shamil Amit


Colombo, Dec. 7 (Daily Mirror) - Kushan Peiris blazed the track with a triple while Missaka Naveen came on top in the SL GT Cars up to 3,500cc – Race-2 event and was adjudged Best Driver at the Nippon Paint Katukurunda Speed 2023, concluded at the Katukurunda Racing Track.

Kushan succeeded in the three events he participated which he began by winning the SL ‘N’ Cars up to 1,300cc (Ford Laser, Mazda) and then followed it up by bagging both the SL ‘N’ Cars up to 1,500cc (Ford Laser/Mazda 323) events with ease.

Meanwhile, internationally famed driver Dilantha Malagamuwa, taking part in a Katukurunda Meet after a lapse of 23 years won the SL GT Cars up to 3,500cc Race-1.

Results:

SL ‘N’ Cars up to 1300cc (Ford Laser/Mazda 323): 1. Kushan Peiris. 2. Akila de Costa. 3. Devin Serasinghe. SL ‘E’ Cars up to 1,000cc (One Make – Nissan March) – Moto-1: Adeesha Kithwith. 2. Charith Perera. SL ‘E’ Cars up to 1,000cc (One Make – Nissan March – Moto-2 – 1. Dinuka Fernando. 2. Anthony Shanouk. 3. S. K. K. Randula. SL ‘A’ Mini: 1. Samantha Gunawardana. 2. Kanthan Parameswaran. 3. Namal Silva. SL ‘N’ Cars up to 1,500cc (Ford Laser/Mazda 323 Race): 1. Kushan Peiris. 2. Rajith Uluwita. 3. Devin Serasinghe. SL GT Cars up to 3,500cc – Race 1: 1. Dilantha Malagamuwa. 2. Viren Boteju. 3. Missaka Naween. SL ‘H’ Cars up to 1,275cc (One Make – Mini): 1. Dishma Sankalana. 2. Nishath de Alwis. 3. Saman Kumara. SL ‘E’ Cars up to 1300cc (One Make – Ford Laser/Mazda - Moto 1): 1. Shan de Silva. 2. Anuradha Navaratna. 3. Abhishek Karavita. SL ‘E’ Cars up to 1,300cc (One Make – Ford Laser/Mazda Moto 2): 1. Ahamed Sharfan. 2. M .H .Mohamed. 3. Ashfield Azeez. SL ‘A’ Cars up to 1,050cc): 1. Sithara Peiris. 2. Surinda Gunawardana. 3. Yoga Perera. SL ‘N’ Cars up to 1,500 cc (Ford Laser/Mazda 323 Race 2): 1. Kushan Peiris. 2. Rajith Uluwita. 3. Devin Serasinghe. SLH Cars up to 2,000cc (One Make - Subaru Legacy): 1. Malinda Gunasekara. 2. Nigel Perera. 3. Asanka Bandara. SL ‘E’ Cars up to 1,300cc (One Make – Ford Laser/Mazda – Final): 1. Ahamed Sharfan. 2. Anuradha Navaratna. 3. Abhishek Karavita. SL ‘E’ Cars up to 1,000cc (One Make – Nissan March Final): 1, Charith Perera. 2. Adeesha Kithwith. 3. S. K. K. Randula. SL GT Cars up to 3,500cc – Race 2): 1. Missaka Naveen. 2. Viren Boteju. 3. Ushan Perera. 


 

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  • wilman Thursday, 07 December 2023 07:18 PM

    Congratulations Kushan.. :)


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