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Once again this month we release a shortlist and let you the readers decide the A&D Driver of the Month. Below are the 5 candidates to choose from so let us know your winner!!!
Joe has made nominations for last 2 months, and I’m nominating him a third time in row.
Joe has absolutely dominated this season’s Club100 heavy championship winning every final but 1 (he finished 2nd). Since winning the Heavy sprint title before the final round he earned a step-up into the Elites for the final round at Ellough, and surprise surprise won that too…by 4 seconds…from pole position…and getting fastest lap! If thats not a reason enough I don’t know what is.
Pietro had a great day at Ellough Park for round 9 of the Club100 championship putting it on pole and winning both races, also beating last month’s driver of the month Tom Golding who finished 4th.
You might have seen that Michael managed an incredible 2nd place at the HSF challenge at Buckmore Park, he also dominated the last round of Buckmore’s ‘Man of Steel’ race in very wet conditions winning overall (ahead of the lightweight drivers) and the Heavy class by 18 seconds over the hour race! A very successful month for him.
Sammy drove superbly well at the Rye house Senna cup back in October and took pole position and victory. He has been improving all year helped by driving in the RHPK prokart championship.
This year has been a very good one for Matt, winning the Sodi World Series finals in France for the second time with a severe weight disadvantage, as well as success in hire karting and TKM. This month he is nominated for clinching the Buckmore Park ‘Man of Steel’ championship at the last round having had a close an hard fought battle with good friend of his Jack Goldsmith all year.
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Written by Piers Prior