West Norfolk karting ace secures sponsorship deal
Hot West Norfolk karting prospect Aaron Alexander has been boosted by a new sponsorship deal.
The King's Lynn King Edward VII Academy pupil, who is currently competing in four different Honda 200 Cadet Kart championships all over the country, is being supported by 24/7 Self Storage.
Alexander is the championship points leader in Middlesborough, Cumbria and Leicestershire and is also a close second in Oxfordshire.
This has helped him attract many followers, sponsors and has greated good media for the young race driver.
Mark Comer, director of 24/7 Self Storage, said: "We are the newest storage facility in King's Lynn and we are delighted to be able to support this talented youngster.
"Who knows, Aaron might even do as well as Norfolk's Formula One legend Martin Brundle if he can get the right level of support."
The youngster and his father Adam thank their followers and sponsors so far this year.
Future sponsors can contact the team through the website at: www.aaracing.co.uk
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