West Norfolk kart racer Jenson Sayell raced his Micromax, Rotax-powered kart for the primary time at Fulbeck’s Winter Hotter occasion on Sunday.
The Marshland St James teen modified courses on the finish of final yr and solely had a couple of classes in December, so he used the one-time occasion as a possibility to check out race circumstances.
Networking was disappointing so he joined IAME Cadets.
Sayell took all three race wins plus the quickest lap in every of the races, and was more than happy with the kart’s efficiency in medium and dry circumstances.
“I like to begin the engine with a button and the kart may be very addictive,” mentioned the nine-year-old.
Dad Rob was delighted with the outcomes of the day, saying: “Jenson took to the massive kart right away and is placing in common occasions.
“He’s very snug with the additional carry and is averaging 39 mph in chilly circumstances which is near his IAME Cadet occasions final summer season.”
The crew entered this yr’s SuperOne nationwide championship with 12 rounds over six weeks, which started in Wales in April.
In addition they enter the Hunts Kart Racing Membership sequence at Kimbolton and can do some on the Trent Valley Kart Membership, when potential, based mostly at PFI in Lincolnshire.
“It’ll be a troublesome yr for Jenson with a 34-35 streak in opposition to the work groups.
“We’re delighted to have Pressure Motorsport this yr supplying and servicing our engines and so they see lots of potential for Jenson” added Rob.
Sayell shouldn’t be afraid of tough circumstances and chilly climate and is trying ahead to competing within the PFI ice breaker occasion in two weeks.