Young Josh Irfan, the youngest member of the Global Karting team had a very sucessful day today. Winning the Rye House Cadet race!
This rounds off a positive March. With silverware in X30 senior for Andrew Rees-Reynolds at PFI, 2nd for Lucas Ellingham in the Honda cadet GX200 racing at PFI, and now Josh winning at Rye House.
We will leave it to Josh to explain how the races went today!
"Great race day at Rye
House today! Was feeling rough all week so was not at my best but pulled it together for the race to get the win despite a a bit of a mishap! 1st heat drove great in the wet to build a 10 sec lead, but then disaster as I came in one lap early after seeing an imaginary checkered flag!!! I blame dad for the strong medicine he gave me before the race... Made up for it in the 2nd heat by driving through the field and taking the win. Started the final in p2 and drove away in the early laps but then started to run out of steam and was pushed hard towards the end of the race. Managed to hold on to make it 2 wins out of 2 in the rye house cadet champs. Very happy to be able to take the win even though I was not at 100% but even happier with my reward which was my 1st spin in my Zip Iame! Big thanks to Robert Hanscomb from Global for the excellent job in running me today!" Josh Irfan
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