A very positive race with great pace ended with an eighth place which didn’t reflect how well he had driven all day.
The largest race Kai has participated in (54 drivers), finished 16th overall and earned a trophy for highest placed novice.
A “turn up and race” drive for Kai on a blustery, cold and wet Sunday, starting from the back he finished a very respectable 8th.
Wet and windy conditions were a tough test for Kai. Starting from the back in both heats he made up 19 places, qualified 6th for the final and finished 4th after a great battle.
A fantastic opportunity for Kai to race at another famous UK karting circuit with some of the best drivers in the country.
The final result didn’t reflect how well Kai did learning a new track in such a short amount of time, or how well he’d driven against tough competition.
It was Kai’s first race in the UK, first race with Fusion Motorsport and first time at the PF International track so sixth out of thirty in the club race was a positive result.
Good pace in practice but no speed in the race, unresolved by the team Kai had his worst result of the year and a bitter end racing to Malaysia.
Struggling with pace during qualifying and the races Kai still managed a respectable 8th and moved up to 7th in the championship.
Back-to-back wins two weekends in a row; Kai finishes first in both the pre-final and final to secure enough points to finish the Rok Cup championship in fourth place.
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