Dean Macdonald has kept up his winning streak yet again at this weekend’s double header of the British Championship in Formula Kart Stars from Northern Irelands Nutts Corner. Just after winning the British GP plate it was off to Northern Ireland to compete in the second last round of the British Championship.
Lewis Plato underlined his potential with a strong 2nd place finish in the barn-storming Senior Max Grand Final at Kartmasters (4/5 August). His RL Racing Department team-mate Lando Norris contested both the Mini and Junior Max GP titles and shone, whilst Josh White again delivered some cracking drives.
Fife youngster Dean Macdonald has kept up his winning streak at the weekends British Championship Kart Masters Grand Prix winning his class and collecting the prestigious Bruno Ferrari award for his outstanding drive over the weekend.
Buddy Rice Karting (BRK) headed to Tooele, Utah for the SKUSA ProTour SummerNats with high expectations. “The guys have been in top form at the Pro Kart Challenge events this season” said Seth Nash, race team manager at BRK. “We carried that momentum with us into our Utah test two weeks ago, and we knew the guys could deliver on race weekend.” The hot and windy conditions kept all the teams on edge, but that did little to stop the nine man BRK team...
Forza Racing enjoyed a successful weekend at the Glan-y-Gors circuit in north Wales, the fourth round of the MSA British Junior Kart Championship, as points leader George Russell, KF3 class rookie Billy Monger and team newcomer Jessica Hawkins ran at the front of the field throughout the weekend (29 July).