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CMP hosts its evening of champions

Posted: January 2, 2014 11:58 a.m.
Updated: January 3, 2014 5:00 a.m.
Photo by Pam Truesdale/

JOSEPH LAMBERT HUGS the Carolina Motorsports Park Powerade Karting Championship Mini Max trophy presented to him at the end of the season awards night. Flanking the young driver are his grandfather and coach/sponsor Paul Appleton of Camden and Joseph’s father, Chris Lamberth. Shown on the front row are Joseph’s mother, Brandy Lamberth, his sister, Isabella Lamberth, and Joseph’s grandmother, Debbie Appleton of Camden.

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Carolina Motorsports Park crowned its 2013 Powerade Karting champions at its end of the year awards night held at the facility located in Westville last month.
Among the highlights of the evening’s festivities was Joseph Lambert of Statesville, N.C., winning the Mini Max title. Joseph’s grandparents are Paul and Debbie Appleton of Camden. Paul Appleton served as coach and sponsor for his grandson.
In addition to winning the CMP Powerade Karting Championship in the Mini Max division, Joseph represented CMP at the World Karting Championships --- a first for CMP --- in New Orleans last November. In addition to making the trip from North Carolina to race at CMP, off the track, Joseph is an A student in school
The Powerade Karting Championship returns to CMP with races on Feb. 22.
Here are a series of photos from the evening and from the race course, courtesy of photographer Pam Truesdale.


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