West Norfolk karting ace bags more success
There was more success for teenage karting star Aaron Alexander during his latest venture in Cumbria at the weekend.
Alexander and his busy racing team made the long trip up to Rowrah for the 200cc Honda Cadet Pro Extreme 0 Plate meeting.
Sunday morning started with qualifying where Alexander managed to secure second place on the grid to start his heats.
The youngster dropped to third on the first lap of his opening outing, but he managed to get back to the front and won both of his heats.
After successfully winning both of his heats, the King Edward VII Academy pupil started from pole position for the final.
Alexander got the rolling start perfect and held the overall lead from the drop of the flag.
He crossed the finishing line for the chequered flag with both arms in the air after winning the big 2018 0 Plate crown.
Alexander thanks his dad, his racing team and all of his family, friends and sponsors for their continued support throughout a busy season.
Sponsorship is still needed to finish his racing campaign, which is likely to end with more silverware.
If you can help the youngster in any way, please contact Aaron or his dad through their website at: www.aaracing.co.uk or email: email@example.com
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