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Wheely disappointed

Whilton Mill for the Britain's Finest meeting was an experience, Friday practice we lost a seat stay bolt that resulted in a seat mount wearing a 20mm hole in the seat, this was repaired with some ally plate. Later the same day an axle bolt went walkabout too, this retains one of the other seat stays as well so I think the problems were related once the seat started to move around. Hilton is a fast and bumpy circuit. Dad was hand timing my lap speeds and I within two tenths of the fastest in the dry. Saturday heat 1 was dry, starting 9th I was seventh going in to The Boot (last turn but one) on the first lap when I was hit from behind and spun in to the pit lane. Rejoining around 30th I mad

Bet on the Gee Gees (Gillard and Godden)

Back to Kimbolton after a 5 week break from karting as unfortunately the last round at Little Rissington was cancelled due to lack of entries. For us this turned our probable 2nd in the championship there in to 4th place. More unfortunate is that a great circuit is failing to attract enough drivers. Saturday at Kimbolton was bright and sunny, we seemed pretty quick but knowing that Sunday was going to be wet all day we stopped practice after 4 sessions and set the kart up for wet running, the first time we've ever done the full wet set up, it took about an hour. Sunday dawned wet and got wetter through the day, any odd bright moments were followed by more rain. 3 Lap practice and the kart se


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