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West Norfolk ace in seventh heaven after winning Teesside Karting Winter Championships

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Teenage karting ace Aaron Alexander is in seventh heaven after winning the Teesside Karting Winter Championships.

The West Norfolk youngster has won seven championships in the last two years following his latest success on track.

During the last three months, the AA Racing team have been competing in the prestigious championships at three different circuits.

Aaron Alexander 1 (27738367)
Aaron Alexander 1 (27738367)

The championship started in November with the opening round at the KNE circuit up near Durham.

It then moved to the Teesside Autodrome, in Middlesbrough, before the AA Racing team were at the famous PF International circuit for the final round on Sunday.

Following a bad round in Teesside, Alexander needed to score maximum points on the day with there only being a point between the second-placed competitor and himself.

The youngster qualified second and then went on to win all the three heats and the final to crown him Winter Junior Pro extreme Champion.

KES Academy pupil Aaron will be presented his championship trophy at the opening rounds of the Summer Championship, up at Teesside.

Alexander will now step up classes again for the summer championships when he competes with the Senior Extreme Pro Karts in the top senior Pro Class.

This won’t be easy for the young man, but this is what he wants and needs to further his already successful career.

You can watch all the action from Round One live on alphalive streamed on YouTube (Teesside Karting Live) on Sunday, February 23.

Alexander and his family team are in need of help to complete the 2020 race season in the way of sponsorship or by visiting hisGo Fund Me Page.

For more information, please visit his website at: www.aaracing.co.uk

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