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Little Rissington Kart Club, Round 7

Little Rissington Kart Club, Round 7 – 7th September 2014

The blazing sun set the scene for one of the most prestigious race meetings of our racing calendar.

The Midland Championships have had some famous drivers winning in the past, with the likes of Jenson Button winning the Cadet Championship 3 years on the trot, and Nigel Mansell winning the 210 class. It was also the clubs pleasure to hold the ABkC KZ2 O Plate & ABkC 250 O plate, along with a round of the 210 Gearbox championship.

Comer

A great race unfolded, with plenty of action but as the chequered flag fell it was A Pocevicius who took the win, followed by Will Day in 2nd and J Chamberlain in 3rd. Fastest lap of the day went to: A Pocevicius A final – 48.86

Honda

Joshua Martin secured pole for the final and led the pack away as the lights changed. Again a great race unfolded and as the chequered flag fell it was Klaas Kooiker who took the win, followed by Keaton Samra 2nd and Joshua Martin 3rd.Fastest lap of the day went to: Keaton Samra – A final – 48.60

Iame

Draper secured pole for the final and led the pack away. A great race unfolded and several fabulous overtaking manoeuvres took place on several points of the circuit, but as the chequered flag fell it was C Draper who secured the win, followed by Max Fenlon 2nd and Zak Bowen 3rd.Fastest lap of the day went to: Harry Taylor & Zak Bowen – Heats 2 & 3 – 48.16

210s

Luke Plain secured pole for the final, and as the lights went out led the pack. He held onto the lead and as the flag fell secured the win, followed by Stephen Plain 2nd and Dan Bury 3rd.  Fastest lap of the day went to: Luke Plain – Heat 3 – 33.38

Junior TKM

Ethan Pitt secured pole for the final, but was immediately challenged for the lead. An amazing race took place, with several daring over taking manoeuvres at numerous points of the track. As the chequered flag fell it was Matthew George who secured the win, followed by Ethan Pitt 2nd and Lewis Griffiths 3rd. Fastest lap went to: Peter Newman – A Final – 42.23

Junior Max

Angus Fender secured pole for the final and led the pack away as the lights went out. A great race unfolded but Angus maintained the lead until the flag fell securing the win, followed by Quintin Hayward 2nd and Jac Maybin 3rd. Fastest lap of the day went to: Angus Fender – A Final – 43.00

Tyro

Aidan Rudge secured pole for the final, but was immediately challenged for the lead by the other drivers. As the chequered flag fell, it was Aidan who secure the win, with C Thompson very closely on his tail in 2nd and Georgie Chapman 3rd. Fastest lap of the day went to: Robert Sims – A Final – 48.80

KZ2

Scott secure pole for the final and led the drivers away. A fabulous race unfolded with a few changes of position on the track. As the chequered flag fell it was Scott Allen who secured the win, followed by James Glenister 2nd and Dan Kelly 3rd. Fastest lap of the day went to: Scott Allen – Heat 1 – 34.74

ABKC 250s

James secured pole for the final, but was immediately challenged as the lights changed, Alex and Ross had a great battle but as the chequered flag fell it was James Hassall who took the win, followed by Ross Allen 2nd and Alex Burrows 3rd. Fastest lap of the day went to: James Hassall – Heat 1 – 30.16

Senior TKM

Colin secured pole for the final. An intense race unfolded with numerous overtaking manoeuvres at various points on the circuit. As the chequered flag fell, Jack Macaulay took the win, followed by Ciaran Mcdonald 2nd and Max Goldsmith 3rd. Fastest lap of the day went to: Jack Macaulay – A Final – 43.07

senior Rotax

As the lights changed, so did the places on the track. A great race unfolded with several attempts made to take over the lead, but as the chequered flag fell it was James Johnson who took the win, followed by Chris Thomas 2nd, and Ben Davies 3rd.Fastest lap of the day went to: James Johnson – Heat 1 – 41.29