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SHENINGTON KC Championship, 7th December 2014

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The last meeting of the 2014 season was sadly lower in entries than usual due to clashes with other clubs but still gave rise to some great racing. The gearbox grids have held up well, and were enhanced by former British champion Bobby Game having his first race in the category, acquitt

Shenington KC

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The club’s 160 entries had been swelled by the final rounds of the ABkC National Championship for the 125cc KZ gearbox category and the 210 Challenge and they all enjoyed an unseasonably warm day albeit with a strong wind.

ABkC KZ UK Super 4
Webster fired his kart into the lead from the standing start chased by Easthope. Moore was a little slower and it took time for Glenister to find a way past, but he could not close the gap to Easthope, although he put over a second on Moore. David Baldwin and Ian Thomson were strung out behind, a long way ahead of Kelly who had made a great recovery. Easthope put in a strong effort over the last two laps to close on the leader, but Webster held him off to the chequer. “It’s only this round I have struggled a bit, the rest of the year was very good,” said Glenister, who is the first to put in back to back titles since Sam Moore in 2007 and 2008.

210 National Challenge
Whilst Bury leapt into the lead of the final from pole, Luke Plain soon leapfrogged Graham Payne to catch and pass Bury. But all the while Matt Cardwell had been keeping his powder dry through the heats and had suffered from an earlier DNF. He was storming through to the front chased by Tom Whyte, just as Bury was fading to fifth. They both crept past Luke Plain who had easily done enough for the title with a safe third place, whilst Chris Callaghan went off in the chicane.

Club Championships
Klaas Kooiker managed to hold off Casper Stevenson and Jonathan Robertson in the Honda Cadet category. They were content to follow until the last lap when the pressure was piled on by Stevenson, Robertson having dropped far enough away not to be a danger. In Comer Cadet Charlie Webster kept ahead whilst Jonathan Lawrence and Jack Williams traded second. They had caught and passed several of the Honda back markers, Webster making the way, then the others catching up again. Clayton Ravenscroft reeled in and passed Joseph Taylor in the large grid of IAME Cadet entries.

The weather had now turned much cooler than in the morning. Alexander Walker was hung out to dry from third place, he had just retrieved the place when the race was prematurely stopped to attend to a crash – driver ok – and the results put back a lap. That gave Caden McQueen the final podium place. Matthew Graham battled hard for his third position in the Junior TKM final but it was Joseph Reeves-Smith who had slotted into second at the start. The new national champion Arran Mills had powered away in first place, and extended his lead when Shea Pearce sliced under Reeves-Smith, opening a gap.

Graham stormed into second place and started to hunt down Mills, with Pearce in tow. Reeves-Smith would have to settle for a slightly distant fourth. Graham tried for the winning move at the last corner but Pearce took advantage to demote Graham to third. Jonathan Hoggard enjoyed a healthy lead in a rather strung out Junior Max final, running ahead of the MiniMax, Sam Stansbury and Quintin Hayward joining him on the podium. The concurrent MiniMax race was more exciting, initial leader Alex McDade having now transferred from Cadets, demoted to third by Kieran Wragg and Philip Ndegwa. Then McDade hooked up on Ndegwa’s kart on the exit from the chicane and spun down to fifth. Jack Monkhouse had no challengers in TKM Extreme, James Ogden some 3s distant followed by Harry Moore.

Joshua Makepeace and Gary Fowler diced for fourth, finishing in that order. In the economyTKM Clubman category Max Goldsmith romped clear of Tom Longfield in a league of his own. Eddie Mawle initially ran third but had lost his chainguard on the formation lap so was flagged in. That left Tom Longfield to vault over Colin Morris for second. The Banbury pair of Kyle Morby and Andre Marot traded fifth place, Morby prevailing and the pair shaking hands after the chequered flag. Despite having only eight entries the senior Rotax Max had much swapping of the top positions, with James Moorcroft and James Barwell both having turns in the lead. But Michael Pugh stormed through for the win over Moorcroft. Finally the 100mph 250 National karts saw Alex Burrows win over Aaron Powell and Chris Morris.

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Shenington KC – Round 11

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Championship Round 11, 16th November 2014

Now into winter time so the club is running two heats and final and luckily the rain stayed away for the penultimate round of the year. A really good entry of 190 karts came to do battle, the last race finishing just before darkness, the track having dried for slicks late morning after overnight fog and mist.

After a stoppage to attend to a crashed kart the Honda Cadets came back out a little later. Oliver Clarke and Ben Kasperczak traded the lead frantically whilst Harry Restall was hung out to dry at the first hairpin, falling to sixth.

He worked back to third only to be elbowed right out of contention on the last lap. Clarke made a successful dive in the chicane to claim the win, Louie Short coming third.

In the concurrent Comer race, probably the last one at the track, Jonathan Lawrence came out on top after a fight with Charlie Webster. Brandon Martland did relieve Taylor Barnard of the lead for a couple of mid race laps in the IAME Cadet category, but Barnard grabbed it back on the penultimate lap and held on for the win. Dexter Patterson came in a lonely third.

Guesting this month were the lower powered Junior Tyro karts where drivers don’t need to take a licence test. The more experienced Georgie Chapman romped off for the win, whilst Charlie Thompson gradually eased clear of Joshua Porter for second.

MiniMax turned to be a thriller, with so many place changes throughout the leading pack. Owen Byatt had spun at the start. Fin Kenneally looked to have regained command over Tyler Chesterton and Jordan Collard on the last lap, but he went off at the last corner and Collard slipped past Chesterton to win by less than a tenth of a second.

An ecstatic Joseph Reeves-Smith won the Junior TKM final after Matthew Graham slithered across the grass in front of Reeves- Smith at the last corner. The race has started with a massive mid pack pile up at the second corner, four karts badly delayed and another eleven needing a restart or retiring in what was a full grid of karts.

James Clarke had taken the chance to forge ahead of Matthew Round-Garrido, the latter soon dispatched to fifth place. Graham leapfrogged Reeves-Smith and Clarke to lead the pack but dropped to third at that last corner.

As Alfie Brown roared clear in the Junior X30, the next pair of Elliot Harvey and Callum Bradshaw tangled on the last lap, Bradshaw coming off worst and Harvey retaining second over a distant Pedro Gomez.

In Junior Max Harrison Thomas put a three second gap on Alex McRoberts, who just held off Jonathan Hoggard.

Two big fights highlighted the senior TKM Extreme, with Jack Ransom winning over Jack Monkhouse and Gary Fowler getting the better of Jack Griffiths for third. J

ordan Montgomery and Alexander Paterson had both crashed at the first hairpin and although restarting both retired leaving only seven karts racing.

Josh Waring held off Michael Green in the economy TKM Clubman class with Max Goldsmith being given third after Danny Allin received a five place penalty for gaining an unfair advantage. Tom Longfield had been running fourth but was nerfed out in the chicane, with Jack Macaulay and Colin Morris involved then David Medlock spinning in avoidance.

James Johnson won the senior Rotax Max at a canter over Philip Rawson with Matthew Hirst dropping right out of third to the back in favour of Edward Tansley.

Scott Allen sliced under David Baldwin to take an early lead in the KZ UK. Lacking a little pace, he had to give best to Baldwin but successfully defended second from Dan Kelly and former under 18 World Champion Henry Easthope.

His brother Ross Allen missed a heat but worked up to second in the 250 National final before his pulse pipe came off and forced retirement on the last lap. Alex Burrows cruised to victory over Aaron Powell.

Shenington Round 9

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Championship Round 9, 21stSeptember 2014

Some of the closest racing all season drivers fight for the championship

The Senior X30 final was the best of the day with constant lead swapping throughout between Chris Renwick, Danny Keirle, Harrison Newey and Jacop Stilp.Eventually Keirle prevailed over Stilp and Newey. Four drivers traded the club IAME Cadet lead but Dominic Bush vaulted from fourth to win over Caden McQueen. In the concurrent Comer Cadet section Jonathan Lawrence was out ahead for the whole race, but with Charlie Webster pressing on him all the time. Keaton Samra and Jonathan Robertson broke away at the start of the Honda Cadet fi nal and were soon joined by Georgi Dimitrov whilst Robertson was dropped. Joshua Martin had been hung out to dry on the first lap but he stormed back up to the front. Samra made a well-judged move on the last lap for the win over Dimitrov and Martin.

The Junior TKM final had Arran Mills sporting his new Number 1 plate for winning the ABkC National championship, and his winning ways continued despite a brief trade with Shea Pearce. Thomas Broadley would have been third but was excluded for a non-compliance gifting the position to Sam Munro. Joshua Sheriff was underweight. Andrew Wong eked out a gap over Quintin Hayward in the Junior Max category but the la. er retired leaving the way clear for Sam Stansbury to roar into contention and slice into the lead. Two more exchanges and Wong just took the win by a tenth of a second. Scott Hughes was The MiniMax started further back with Kieran Wragg enjoying an unchallenged victory, seven seconds clear of Brooke Childs.Tamzyn Buckley managed third ahead of Thomas Edmunds. Ross Allen had to fight hard to defend his lead from team-mate Alex Burrows in the 250 National class.A good start sealed Allen’s kart the hole shot, but Burrows was on his tail, diving in close behind on the slower corners with Allen easing out a small gap on the 100mph straight.The win was by 3 tenths of a second after 16 laps, Max Buckley in third. Dan Kelly started well in the 125cc gearbox category, chased by Ian Thomson until Thomson’s sprocket moved and threw the chain. That left Stephen Tyldsley as runner-up.

Jack Monkhouse was a runaway winner in TKM Extreme, enjoying a 13s advantage over Joshua Makepeace.The Clubman category was very contentious as Max Goldsmith was black fl agged out of the lead for a jumped start.Both the front row drivers had received warnings about jump starts on the grid. Goldsmith received a verbal warning. That left Tom Longfield as a comfortable winner over Colin Morris with Josh Waring running close, everyone else lapped by the Extreme winner. The Rotax Max final for seniors, the last of the day, was an exciting race but with terrible driving standards displayed. James Johnson’s large initial lead was eliminated then he was black flagged. Harrison Wignall was also fl agged in a. er missing part of the track twice. He had his licence suspended due to abusive behaviour. After all that Sam Ward come out on top of a dice with Philip Rawson and Luke Griffen by the tiniest of margins.

Shenington – Round 8

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Club Championship Round 8 – 17th August 2014

A massive 230 entries, boosted by Super One drivers but many drivers black flagged as driving standards left a lot to be desired

The meeting was augmented by many guest drivers testing for the Super One National Championships, topping 230 entries, but some of their driving standards were abysmal and many were shown the black flag to come into the pits. So congratulations to those who stayed out of trouble and came up the front in the finals. Some of those who ignored the black flag were excluded from the meeting as per MSA regulations. Abuse was levied at officials and marshals, toilets were being blocked and had to be closed for a time so somehow the attitude of certain drivers and helpers has to be changed. This is a sport run by volunteers who have the choice not to come out in all weathers at the weekend for their benefit. The track was damp for the first couple of heats then the sun came out.

In the Junior TKM final James Ireland managed to find a gap to pass Bradley White after tailing him for the whole race. It was probably in lapping an ailing Junior X30 that gave Ireland the chance to pass. From an initial third Lewis Ryder lost ground in favour of Sam Fowler and Sam Munro to fall to fifth. In the concurrent Junior X30 race the big gap to Alfie Brown was closed to within a tenth of a second at the flag by Philip Hanson, he had leapfrogged Joshua Pickford in the early stages.

In a thrilling TKM Clubman final Max Goldsmith along with Josh Waring and Tom Longfield broke away from the pack to fight hard for the win. Each had a turn in the lead with some great overtaking manoeuvres but at the chequer flag Waring had the upper hand with Longfield just pipping Goldsmith on the last corner. Colin Morris was closing on the lead trio by the chequer, whilst Mark Waring was a lonely fifth. Back in sixth Andre Marot had made it past Kyle Morby in yet another great battle.

The economy class raced with the open TKM Extremes which also had a three way dice for the win, taken by Jack Monkhouse over Jack Griffiths who just pipped Ashley Jones. There was a special race for the guest Max 177 heavyweight drivers, won by a runaway Dominic Russell with Matt Barnes and Alex Rowley strung out behind. Paul Cook collided with Ben Slater in the chicane to earn himself an exclusion. Joe Jessup managed to hold off Oliver Smith for fourth.

In the IAME Cadet Callum Bradshaw led them away but Caden McQueen leapfrogged to the front in a race long trade with Leonardo Panayiotol on their bumpers. McQueen managed to regain the front for the flag with Bradshaw shuffled back to fourth behind a storming driver from Piers Henderson to grab second, with Panayiotol third. Racing together with them in the Comer Cadets, Toby MacDonald was easily the best despite Jonathan Lawrence’s efforts to catch him. By the end Charlie Webster had caught Lawrence. Although starting off the back, the Comers had caught up and were mixing it with the IAME drivers.

A massively full grid of Honda Cadets had Myles Apps vaulting past Ben Kasperczak for the lead. Robert Boucher had already stopped whilst Keaton Samra and Zak Rogers had a collision in the chicane, Samra dropping out. Then Harrison Blake and Ben Fayers had spins at Stratford hairpin, and there were black flags and exclusions for Alex Lloyd, Thomas Pegram. Harry Thompson and Mark Kimber were storming up to leapfrog into the leading positions. They rubbed sidepods through the chicane on the last lap but Kimber managed to just stay ahead round the last corner with some judicious use of the kerbs over Thompson, Apps, Kasperczak and Nicholas Reeve. Dragan Pinsent was excluded from the top six for an exhaust irregularity.

The senior race for Rotax Max was another filled with top line drivers, and although Charlie Turner led the majority of the final, Jack Bartholomew found a gap at the Stratford Hairpin just before the end, despite Turner’s strong attempts at defence. That move let Adam Glear slip through for second. Several drives including Josh Price and Joseph Reilly decided not to race the final, Reilly was one of the many having a heat exclusion. Philip Rawson was an early casualty in the race, with Matthew Hirst black flagged for overtaking on a yellow flag.

In their Junior equivalents David Wooder led them away and although pushed back to third he regained the lead once more. However Harrison Thomas caught and passed him, the pair trading the lead twice with identical moves on consecutive laps before Thomas managed to hold on for the chequer with the unfortunate Wooder shuffled back behind Tom Gamble and Josh Skelton.

The last race of the day was for the younger MiniMax drivers where another great battle ensued between early leader Alex Quinn, Samuel Pooley and Thomas Turner. William Pettitt had elbowed his way through to be briefly second at Café Corner, but heads fall to fourth, and then seventh.

Amongst those choosing not to start were Luke Wooder, who had endured several issues during the heats, Dean MacDonald and Jonathan Hoggard. Jordan Collard was hung out to dry in the chicane to fall from second to fifth at the end as Turner forged into the win over Pooley and Quinn. Jordan Cane was a steady fourth.

There were two more exclusions for Charlie Lamb and Philip Ndegwa.

Shenington Kart Racing Club – Round 7

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Shenington Kart Racing Club, Round 7, 20th jUly 2014

Good racing on a hot and humid day, with thankfully no more thunderstorms.

214 drivers signed on for Round 7 of the club championship, the TKM entry swelled by the visitors in the Midlands InterClub Championship. Many of the IAME Cadets were present to prepare for the September LGM round. Unfortunately there was not enough gearbox drivers for a race this time.

In Honda Cadet Thomas Pegram and Keaton Samra broke away at the start but were soon caught by Mark Kimber and Tom Canning. Pegram was shuffled back to fourth in favour of Kimber, who went on to win over a recovering Pegram, Canning third over Jenson Butterfield and Klaas Kooiker. Ben Kasperczak was running fifth until he crashed and the kart briefly caught fire, soon extinguished by the marshals with him alright. Jonathan Hoggard’s tenure in the MiniMax lead was short lived as Thomas Turner and Sam Kirkpatrick stormed past and repeatedly swapped first place to the flag. With a great move on the last lap Kirkpatrick came out on top whilst Hoggard held third over Sean Butcher. The pressure on Comer Cadet leader Jonathan Lawrence was relieved when second placed Charlie Webster ran wide over the kerbs in the chicane and put Will Day into a spin when he came back on the track. That earned Webster a five place penalty elevating Finlay Issaacs and Jack Williams to the podium, whilst Day came back to fourth.

The large IAME Cadet contingent saw Albert Carter relieved of the lead by Zac Robertson until Joe Turney stormed through to win over Carter. Robertson had lost touch with the leaders but was still well ahead of Jonny Edgar who had made up a couple of places in a tight fight. The race was stopped with a lap to run to attend to what was sixth placed Jamie Mead, crashing in the chicane exit. Will Shaw was shuffled back from the front of the Junior Max final by Josh Skelton until Lucas Vaus leapfrogged from fourth to first and stormed clear to win. Charlie Cudlipp pounced on Skelton for second. With 41 Junior TKM drivers a last chance B Final was needed to sort out the A Final grid, Liam Wilson winning, Sam Jackson excluded. Aaron Mills and Matthew Taylor were the class of the field, drawing over 3s clear of the rest as they fought for supremacy. After several exchanges Mills sold Taylor a beautiful dummy to re-take the lead and hold on for the win. Sam Fowler held off Christopher Whitton and Ryan Edwards for third. Shea Pearce was excluded for driving standards. Thomas Broadley was the highest mover, coming from the B to eighth place, whilst Matthew Graham fell back to eleventh, just ahead of compatriot Ronan Haskett.

Their Senior equivalents saw Ashley Jones lead most of the race from Jack Monkhouse until he succumbed to a brave pass and could not find a way back. Some 5s back Matthew Allnutt kept Jamie Tyler, Michael Hitchcock and Jack Griffiths at bay after the trio contesting third all crashed out together coming into the Café corner. Tom Longfield had taken the Clubman lead from the start but was soon leapfrogged by both Morris and Goldsmith who then traded the lead to the chequered flag. Goldsmith led with a lap to go but Morris retrieved it on the last lap. A last gasp attempt by Goldsmith failed by just half a kart’s length. Longfield held onto third from Daniel Mense whilst Jessica Brickley had her best result in fifth just beating the locally based pair of Andre Marot and Kyle Morby whilst her husband David could only manage eleventh. A contentious Rotax Max final had Jack Constable force his way to the front only to be given a drive through penalty, the first of two, leaving Sam Ward in the lead. Ward also was excluded for a technical non-compliance so Leon Hilleard inherited the win over Matthew Hirst and Charlie Turner.

Shenington Club Championship – Round 8

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Club Championship Round 8 – 17th August 2014

A massive 230 entries, boosted by Super One drivers but many drivers black flagged as driving standards left a lot to be desired

The meeting was augmented by many guest drivers testing for the Super One National Championships, topping 230 entries, but some of their driving standards were abysmal and many were shown the black flag to come into the pits. So congratulations to those who stayed out of trouble and came up the front in the finals. Some of those who ignored the black flag were excluded from the meeting as per MSA regulations. Abuse was levied at officials and marshals, toilets were being blocked and had to be closed for a time so somehow the attitude of certain drivers and helpers has to be changed. This is a sport run by volunteers who have the choice not to come out in all weathers at the weekend for their benefit. The track was damp for the first couple of heats then the sun came out.

In the Junior TKM final James Ireland managed to find a gap to pass Bradley White after tailing him for the whole race. It was probably in lapping an ailing Junior X30 that gave Ireland the chance to pass. From an initial third Lewis Ryder lost ground in favour of Sam Fowler and Sam Munro to fall to fifth. In the concurrent Junior X30 race the big gap to Alfie Brown was closed to within a tenth of a second at the flag by Philip Hanson, he had leapfrogged Joshua Pickford in the early stages.

In a thrilling TKM Clubman final Max Goldsmith along with Josh Waring and Tom Longfield broke away from the pack to fight hard for the win. Each had a turn in the lead with some great overtaking manoeuvres but at the chequer flag Waring had the upper hand with Longfield just pipping Goldsmith on the last corner. Colin Morris was closing on the lead trio by the chequer, whilst Mark Waring was a lonely fifth. Back in sixth Andre Marot had made it past Kyle Morby in yet another great battle.

The economy class raced with the open TKM Extremes which also had a three way dice for the win, taken by Jack Monkhouse over Jack Griffiths who just pipped Ashley Jones. There was a special race for the guest Max 177 heavyweight drivers, won by a runaway Dominic Russell with Matt Barnes and Alex Rowley strung out behind. Paul Cook collided with Ben Slater in the chicane to earn himself an exclusion. Joe Jessup managed to hold off Oliver Smith for fourth.

In the IAME Cadet Callum Bradshaw led them away but Caden McQueen leapfrogged to the front in a race long trade with Leonardo Panayiotol on their bumpers. McQueen managed to regain the front for the flag with Bradshaw shuffled back to fourth behind a storming driver from Piers Henderson to grab second, with Panayiotol third. Racing together with them in the Comer Cadets, Toby MacDonald was easily the best despite Jonathan Lawrence’s efforts to catch him. By the end Charlie Webster had caught Lawrence. Although starting off the back, the Comers had caught up and were mixing it with the IAME drivers.

A massively full grid of Honda Cadets had Myles Apps vaulting past Ben Kasperczak for the lead. Robert Boucher

had already stopped whilst Keaton Samra and Zak Rogers had a collision in the chicane, Samra dropping out. Then Harrison Blake and Ben Fayers had spins at Stratford hairpin, and there were black flags and exclusions for Alex Lloyd, Thomas Pegram. Harry Thompson and Mark Kimber were storming up to leapfrog into the leading positions. They rubbed sidepods through the chicane on the last lap but Kimber managed to just stay ahead round the last corner with some judicious use of the kerbs over Thompson, Apps, Kasperczak and Nicholas Reeve. Dragan Pinsent was excluded from the top six for an exhaust irregularity.

The senior race for Rotax Max was another filled with top line drivers, and although Charlie Turner led the majority of the final, Jack Bartholomew found a gap at the Stratford Hairpin just before the end, despite Turner’s strong attempts at defence. That move let Adam Glear slip through for second. Several drives including Josh Price and Joseph Reilly decided not to race the final, Reilly was one of the many having a heat exclusion. Philip Rawson was an early casualty in the race, with Matthew Hirst black flagged for overtaking on a yellow flag.

In their Junior equivalents David Wooder led them away and although pushed back to third he regained the lead once more. However Harrison Thomas caught and passed him, the pair trading the lead twice with identical moves on consecutive laps before Thomas managed to hold on for the chequer with the unfortunate Wooder shuffled back behind Tom Gamble and Josh Skelton.

The last race of the day was for the younger MiniMax drivers where another great battle ensued between early leader Alex Quinn, Samuel Pooley and Thomas Turner. William Pettitt had elbowed his way through to be briefly second at Café Corner, but heads fall to fourth, and then seventh.

Amongst those choosing not to start were Luke Wooder, who had endured several issues during the heats, Dean MacDonald and Jonathan Hoggard. Jordan Collard was hung out to dry in the chicane to fall from second to fifth at the end as Turner forged into the win over Pooley and Quinn. Jordan Cane was a steady fourth.

There were two more exclusions for Charlie Lamb and Philip Ndegwa.

Results

 

 

 

Junior TKM

1 James Ireland Tonykart

2 Bradley White Jade

3 Sam Fowler Jade

4 Sam Munro Tonykart

5 Lewis Ryder Jade

IAME Cadet

1 Caden McQueen Zip

2 Piers Henderson RK

3 Leonardo Panayiotol Zip

4 Callum Bradshaw Zip

5 Jamie Mead Shark

Junior X30

1 Alfie Brown Tonykart

2 Philip Hanson Tonykart

3 Joshua Pickford Tonykart

TKM Extreme

1 Jack Monkhouse Tonykart

2 Jack GriffithsJade

3 Ashley Jones Jade

TKM Clubman

1 Josh Waring Tal-Ko

2 Tom Longfield Jade

3 Max Goldsmith Tonykart

4 Colin Morris Intrepid

5 Mark Waring ARC

Max 177

1 Dominic Russell Tonykart

2 Matt Barnes Gillard

3 Alex Rowley Kosmic

4 Joe Jessup Kosmic

5 Oliver Smith Tonykart

 

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JunMax – Harrison Thomas

TKM – Jack Monkhouse

 

Comer Cadet

1 Toby MacDonald Shark

2 Jonathan Lawrence Zip

3 Charlie Webster Zip

Honda Cadet

1 Mark Kimber(BRK

2 Harry Thompson Project One

3 Myles Apps BRK

4 Ben Kasperczak Project One

5 Nicholas Reeve Project One

Rotax Max

1 Jack Bartholomew Tonykart

2 Adam Glear Kosmic

3 Charlie Turner Tonykart

4 Alana Taylor Tonykart

5 John Stewart Tonykart

Junior Max

1 Harrison Thomas Tonykart

2 Tom Gamble Tonykart

3 Josh Skelton Tonykart

4 Dave Wooder Alonso

5 Sandy Mitchell Tonykart

MiniMax

1 Thomas Turner 24 (Tonykart)

2 Samuel Pooley GP (Tonykart)

3 Alex Quinn 12 (Tonykart)

4 Jordan Cane 13 (Tonykart)

5 Jordan Collard 28 (Kosmic)