The final day at Anglesey Circuit started well, with the British Superkart Championship drivers raring to go in Parc Ferme for the second race of the weekend.

Morley has once again made the top spot in Division 1, placing himself nine seconds ahead of his next competitor Lee Harpham in the number 47 kart. A big improvement for Harpham however, who has managed to climb his way up the grid in today’s race and gain on Morley’s Anderson VM.

In the F450s it is the same result, with Mark Gellatly holding onto P1 and sustaining his weekend result with a gap of around fourteen seconds between him and Charles Edward Johnson. Ronan McClintock fought his way to occupy P3 in the group, ahead of yesterday’s third place Garry Ward.

Yesterday’s F250 race leader Paul Platt once again tops the group, just gaining on rival competitor Lee Plain by around two seconds. At one point, Plain had secured a position ahead of Platt, however the PVP Gas Gas just snatched the position from Plain. With one more race to go, let’s see if the tables turn.

In the final group, the F125s, Michael Parr was able to get ahead of Race 1’s winner Tom Riley, who had been leading the group all of yesterday. With a five second gap in his favour, Parr held off Riley to come away with the coveted pole position in the group.

The times are close, and it is evident on track that the British Superkart Championship drivers are pushing themselves to the limit. It is sure to be a dramatic and thrilling final race at Anglesey Circuit this afternoon.

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