Jack Williamson secured the day’s first win as he, Beau and surprise package Matthew Copsey broke away from the rest of the field. A great drive from Matthew saw him mixing with our championship leaders, Beau did manage to find a way past Jack but it didn’t last as Jack lead the race when it counted. Beau calmed the Matthew Copsey storm to collect 2nd
Beau set the record straight in heat 2 as this time he collected the maximum amount of points, after a great start Beau never let go of 1st place. Jack Williamson is never far from the competition, 1st in heat 1 and now 2nd in heat 2. “The Wolf” Oliver Shelton dusted himself off after not such a great heat 1 to collect a 3rd place in heat 2.
Kye Kinch was followed by a bad smell each and every lap in heat 1, the bad smell took the form of Louis Williamson as Louis get himself well and truly stuck in with our championship contender. A great drive from Louis resulted in 2nd place at the line just behind race winner Kye. Joshua Pattrick was best of the rest as he collected the final podium place.
Brilliant Kye made in 2 out of 2 with another storming drive to victory. Tom Butcher, that’s a name you don’t hear a lot! Tom Butcher rose through the ranks to collect a great runners up spot leaving Joshua Pattrick to again fill 3rd.
Nathan “The Dab” Crowley found his way to the A final after a fine win in the B final.
We all witnessed another Jack Williamson defensive masterclass for the A final as he again showed the competition how to deal with pressure!
Beau Sullivan was the first big bad wolf to huff and puff and fail to blow Jack’s advantage away before retreating with his tail between his legs. Up next was Kye Kinch, after two wins Kye was keen for a third, Jack had other plans and held onto 1st like it was the last piece of cake at the party.
Jack’s work was soon done as the chequered flag flew. Jack recorded another A final victory, this championship isn’t over yet! Nathan and Kye completed the podium.
Driver Of The Day: Jack Williamson
Jack “The Bus” Adams Parked it once again in heat 1, only this time, no one was getting past Jack’s double decker! Stop after stop Jack’s defensive didn’t crack until the chequered flag ended the misery of his so called “Competition” AndoniConstantinou, now there’s a mouthful, held onto 2nd position with Lewis Deacon coming home in 3rd.
The wheels on the bus didn’t go round and round in heat 2!
As this time it was Stef Christo-fuu-fuu that checked out and run of the hills winning the race by a distance. Day Sleeper, Adam Harding awoke, just in time for heat 2 and 2nd was his reward. Mitchel Guest was the stand out in heat two as he filled the final podium position in 3rd.
Jake Taplin was smiling a little more this week after his frustration last week; his smile grew even bigger after a great win! Harry Nottage filled the 2nd spot on the podium; he’s got to grips with the senior kart now. Watch this space! IaroslavKovalev found his way to the final podium spot after a fight through the pack.
Iaroslav didn’t need to fight in heat 2 a great performance resulted in a race win leaving Harry Nottage and Jake Taplin again to complete the podium in a reverse result from heat 1.
Dan Buttling, Who? Dan! Managed his first ever race win and his first ever shout out in the blogs after a win in the B Final.
What’s that coming over the hill…. It’s Harry Nottage, Harry’s first ever A final win was recorded terrible by his mum. Put the camera down and stick to the “Flowwwerss” Samantha.
A great drive from Harry Nottage result in a comfortable win when it mattered most, The A Final. The wheels on the bus where in full motion as Jack Adam secured another great result in 2nd position leaving Iaroslav to collect the final A Final podium position.
Driver Of The Day: Harry Nottage