Round 10, Cumbria Kart Racing Club, 12th October 2014
A sunny day of racing took place at CKRC for their penultimate round of the 2014 championship
There was some Excellent racing in the IAME cadet final, with Ethan Allia passing Charlie Walsh and pole man Jake Triggs by the end of the first lap. Triggs and Allia battled for 1st place whilst behind them Walsh and Harry Riches battled for 3rd with Aston Brown in the mix as well, making it a very interesting race with Walsh winning the battle for 3rd.
After winning all three heats Riley Banks started Pole for the Honda Cadet final and pulled away from the rest of the grid within a few laps and led the whole race to win with a lead of 9.45s. Kai Hunter finished in 2nd place extending his lead in the championship with Lewis Gilbert in 3rd place after Samuel Thwaytes got a 5-place penalty.
Minimax pole man Alex Mcdade traded places throughout the race with Rhys Hunter and Gordon Mutch. Mcdade came out on top and Hunter a close 2nd, all 3 drivers crossed the line within 0.4s.
Super one driver Sam Kirkpatrick dominated all three heats and the final in Junior Max, leaving Craig wade and Jack Brailsford to battle for 2nd position, after some very close racing, Wade took 2nd in the final.
In the Junior TKM final, Lewis Murray led the grid of 20 from start to finish. By lap 6 Super one drivers Cameron Fisher and Kristian Brierley had raced their way in to 2nd and 3rd respectively. Murray went on to win by 2.44s.
In TKM Extreme, after winning all three heats, pole man Brendan Speight was forced to retire from the race 5 laps in with mechanical problems leaving Daniel Pepper to take the win.
Abbie Carruthers started on pole for the Senior Rotax final with Tom Shipman and Ryan Garvey behind. Shipman took the lead from Carruthers in the first lap but by the 4th lap she had regained the lead and kept it until the checkered flag.