The flag has flown on the final race of the weekend for the British Superkart Championship at Anglesey Circuit. The weather held off until the final few laps, allowing our drivers to push hard until being presented with the challenge of racing in the wet.
Liam Morley came, saw, and conquered in the Division 1 group and overall race, finishing the weekend exactly where he started, in pole position. The change in weather presented no challenge for the talented driver, managing to lead by just under five seconds. Congratulations are also in order to both Ross Allen and Lee Harpham who made it into the top three in this race.
Another driver who has finished high across the entire race weekend is Mark Gellatly in the F450 group, finishing ahead of his next F450 competitor by around twenty seconds. Whilst trying to fend off a Division 1, Gellatly and his trusty Silverstone Yamaha finished the weekend as leaders of the F450s.
In the F250 group, the battle for first place between Paul Platt and Lee Plain continued, but Platt managed to get ahead of Plain by eight seconds and walk away as the victor in this group. However, we have no doubt the two drivers will continue to battle it on track in the next round at Cadwell Park.
And finally, Tom Riley stormed ahead of the rest of the F125 drivers to finish in pole position once again within this group. Riley has displayed incredible driving skills this weekend and has maintained a strong position on the grid.
An incredibly eventful time at the British Superkart Championship here at Anglesey Circuit, with all drivers pushing themselves to the absolute limit to climb up the grid.
Thank you to all our drivers who continue to put their all into this championship, to the team at Anglesey Circuit and BRSCC for holding such a well-run event, and to the Motorsport UK British Superkart Championship team who make it all possible.
Catch up on all the weekend action on the British Superkart Championship Facebook page, as well as watch the replay on the BRSCC live stream of the weekend.
Photography credits to Bourne Photographic.
Live stream made available by BRSCC.