Full house for King’s Lynn karter Aaron

PUBLISHED: 16:39 20 February 2018 | UPDATED: 16:39 20 February 2018

Aaron Alexander after his full house. Picture: Adam Alexander

Aaron Alexander after his full house. Picture: Adam Alexander


King’s Lynn karter Aaron Alexander collected a stunning ‘full house’ at the final Honda 200 Cadet Extreme meeting at the world famous PFI Racing Circuit, near Stragglethorpe.

Testing in his new Project One 2018 race kart was cut short by a major chassis failure, but after an overnight dash home to collect a spare old chassis from the workshop father Adam and the team fixed the problem.

Aaron, 12, won the three heats with consistent fast laps and led for the first half of the final and while he was pushed back into second, he kept his nerve and re-took the lead two laps before the chequered flag for a historic final win and full house.

Aaron said: “What an amazing day.”

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