Bambino Karting Championship
I started go-karting at the age of 5, my first time was when I took the Bambino Training Modules at Daytona Motorsport in both Sandown & Milton Keynes, once I passed these I continued practicing at Daytona’s using their own karts.
On Christmas 2017 I got my first Bambino Kart, this enabled me to go to various circuits for practice before I joined the Bambino Kart Club and entered the BKC National Championship taking place at 10 different locations around the UK including Ireland and Scotland.
I came 5th overall in the championship, just 2 points short of 3rd after the final round which ended with my first Podium.
Results can be seen in the ‘2019 Racing Season’ section of my website.
2019 see’s me make a major step up from my first season, I have now moved on from the 50cc Comer engine from the first season to running my own 60cc Iame M1 engine and also the chance to race on both slick tyres and wet tyres,
I have entered into a number of chamionship's including competing in the BKC National Championship again which is another 10 round championship at 8 different tracks around throughout England & Scotland, also competing in the Hooton Park IKR Series, Shenington Kart Racing Series and some appearances in the Whilton Mill BKC which is another Championship of 10 Rounds.
In February I travelled to Spain for the BKC Winter GP, a 3 day event at the Campillios Circuit in Southern Spain, my first event abroad, I finished 5th in the Final in a strong field of 16 drivers.
Results throughout the season ahead will be updated on the website.
Whilton Mill, very rough couple of heats put me 19th on the Grid for the first race of the year, managed to work my way up to 10th place in the Final.
Rowrah, a penalty in the Final for misjudging the pace of one of my competitors put me from 14th to 19th, one to take it on the chin and learn from.
A local one at Llandow, poor qualifying put me 15th for the Final but worked my way upto 10th place
A trip to Scotland, revised track and our best finish so far this season with 8th Place
New track, Rissington, couple of mistakes made the job harder than it should have been and could only manage 14th place.
Back to Rowrah in Cumbria, our strongest weekend of the Season but a bit of bad luck in the heats mean’t I had to work hard in the final, managed my best finish of the year with 7th Place
Fulbeck where I got my best result last year, showed good pace this weekend and worked hard for a 7th Place finish.
The Final Round was at Wombwell, the progress I have made showed at Wombwell with some strong running all weekend, qualified 5th and finished 5th in the Final
Overall Finishing Position for the 2019 Season is 9th Place in the Championship2019 Gallery
Various people and companies have got involved with my racing and I would like to thank the following:
MCR Specialist Cars: My family business who have been into performance vehicles and motorsport for many years and I am proud to be carrying on with this in the future #teammcr
29 Design: 29 Design have supported me by creating this website and will be supplying promotional items and design support throughout the season ahead.
Phoenix Manufacturing: Local company Phoenix Manufacturing offer their manufacturing and design skills to create unique items for both my Go Kart and also support vehicles used to travel to events.
North Road Caravan & Motorhome Services Ltd: These guys keep my Go Kart motorhome on the road with annual checks and any maintenance taken care off.