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.
More engine problems and a change of chassis meant Kai went into race day untested. A lack of pace compared to the lead karts resulted in a sixth place finish.
A dead engine followed by an excellent qualifying, marred by a place drop then two incidents in the pre-final and final which resulted in an eighth place finish.
2015 is the first year the X30 Challenge series has come to Singapore. Named after the series engine, the IAME X30, in Singapore it also includes a cadet category in which Kai participated.
The first round of a new series to Singapore at the newly opened KF1 Karting Circuit. Randomized engines, single day event.
The final showdown, and probably the biggest disappointment of the year.
The fourth round of the SKC 2014 took place on 25th October, a hot, dry Saturday which looked ideal for a close fought battle.
The third round of SKC 2014, originally scheduled for July took place on 7th September under clear skies, the first SKC race of the year to start in dry conditions.
The second round of SKC 2014 took place on 14th June under dark skies. As expected the rain delivered a degree of randomness into the mix due to the tyres used for SKC.
The Singapore Karting Championship 2014 kicked off with the first round on 17 May. This would be Kai’s first national, sanctioned race and his first championship race.