The team travelled to Kimbolton for the final round of the season, and the teams final race meeting of 2014.
With Lewis Bickers already securing 3rd in the Junior Max championship and no chance to progress further up the championship table he opted to move up into Senior X30 ready for 2015. He was joined by previous Kimbolton X30 winner Andrew Rees-Reynolds.
With two different Chassis being worked on and two different Engine Tuners it was down to the teams expertise and knowledge to get the best out of both packages.
Lewis Bickers had a solid start to Saturday testing Ending with a very fast performance in the 5th and final practise session and a great deal of confidence was gained ready for Sundays racing. Rees-Reynolds and the team were still working hard to get things sorted with his package and after some overnight changes they were confident they could have a front running kart by the start of the racing.
A front Row Global lock out for the final was the reward for the team. Confidence was high for a 1-2 finish but it was by no means a formality as at the start both drivers were knock off and wide meaning a fightback was needed to achieve the result the team knew the deserved.
Both drivers had excellent pace. Rees-Reynolds gained places and raced intelligently to take the lead comfortably by midrace and set about extending his lead without challenge. Bickers had an even harder task having to come from dead last making his way upto 2nd place 2 laps from the end to complete a well desereve 1-2 for the team.
The team started the year with 3 X30 senior wins in a row at PFI and Kimbolton and finished the year with a Win on two different chassis showing they do know how the package works!