Dion Hounsfield and Lucas Dines came away with the spoils from the Albany City Kart Club’s memorial day in honour of former members Ross Manley and Zac Hamment. A strong contingent of 42 drivers hit the track on Sunday for the November club meeting, which was highlighted by the running of the Ross Manley and Zac Hamment memorials and was the final meeting of the 2021 season. Hounsfield claimed his second success in the feature race after winning back in 2016, crossing the line first in the 14-lap final against his 15 opponents. Grid positions for the feature race were determined by the heat races, with the quickest starting at the rear. Starting from close to the rear of the grid, Hounsfield worked his way through the field and took the lead inside the first five laps, going on to win by 3.162sec. over Jake Jurgielewicz. As a result of his win, Hounsfield was also crowned the senior Yamaha clubman national champion. The lead pair gapped the rest of their opponents as Graham Treloar was third home in the memorial more than 20 seconds behind Hounsfield, while Chad Crofts and Glen Treloar finished fourth and fifth respectively. In the overall senior Yamaha standings for the day, Jurgielewicz (1120 points) defeated Glen Treloar (943) and Hounsfield (889). Six drivers contested the Zac Hamment Memorial for the cadet 9 division, and rising star Dines proved too strong winning for the second straight year with a handicap start. Drivers started five seconds apart, with the fastest qualifier starting from the rear of the field. Dines prevailed in the 10-lap feature to win by 1.924sec. over Hamish Crofts and Blake Pianto. Hamish Crofts won two races to finish on 1084 points in the cadet 9 division overall standings, defeating Ben Keen (1016) and Pianto (898) while Dines’ only victory came in the feature race. William Panizza took out the cadet 12 division on 984 points after a consistent day ahead of Grady Crofts (980) and Cody Colmer (867), who won the final. Gregory Pearson finished on 1156 points to win the tag 125 restricted medium class after winning all four races. Ayden Tempany topped the junior division standings undefeated and Paul Battye was the only competitor in the tag 125 combined class.