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Teenager makes a winning start in Junior Pro Extreme Karts

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Aaron Alexander, the four-time 2018 Cadet 200cc Extreme karting champ, took the move up in class in his stride.

Alexander, 13, raced for the first time over the Christmas period in the Junior Pro Extreme Karts, which has double the power compared to the cadet class.

Making his Pro Kart debut at the Teesside Autodrome, in Middlesbrough, for the 2019 – 0 Plate title, Alexander managed to qualify on pole position in the damp slippery conditions.

Aaron Alexander at Teeside. (6278061)
Aaron Alexander at Teeside. (6278061)

This put him first on the grid for heat 1. The youngster went on to win all his heats and the final for the 0 plate trophy/title and the first place prize provided by the circuit owners Paul and Kat Franklin.

It was the dream start for the King Edward VII Academy pupil in his Pro Extreme karting machine.

The first race in the Junior Pro Karts Championship will be held at Teesside on February 24 before the start of the Shennington Championship on March 3.

Aaron and his father Adam are looking for more sponsorship. If you think you could help please contact Adam on 07974 727478 or email them at team@aaracing.co.uk

The family thank AXsupercars.co.uk, 247selfstore.co.uk and Lettingsupermarket.com for their support already. For more information on Alexander and his racing team, visit: www.aaracing.co.uk

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