2 weeks after Larkhall the X30 team travelled to Whilton Mill in Northamptonshire for the 4th round of the LGM series.
In the awning was Glenn Guest and Lewis Bickers on their Tony Kart Chassis, and Andrew Rees-Reynolds and Craig Mooney on CRG chassis.
Such was the size of the senior X30 grid that it took 5 heats to sort the grid final positions, with each driver in 3 out of the 5 heats.
Heat 1 saw Craig Mooney come 8th, Lewis Bickers 9th and Glenn Guest 12th.
Heat 2 saw a red flag at the start after the heavens openned and the drivers were out on slicks. A quick change onto wets and out they went again.
Andrew Rees-Reynolds came 4th, Mooney 13th and Guest 19th.
Heat 3 had Glenn Guest coming 6th, Andrew Rees-Reynolds 12th and Craig Mooney 19th and Lewis Bickers 24th
Heat 4 saw a great drive from the back for Bickers finishing in 9th position from the back. making up 13 positions.
Heat 5 resulting in Andrew Rees-Reynolds coming 11th.
These results were enough to secure A final starts for all Global Karting Drivers.
Grids for A Final -
Andrew Rees-Reynolds - 10th
Glenn Guest - 18th
Craig Mooney - 20th
Lewis Bickers - 25th
The Final was a real battle and while Andrew Rees-Reynolds suffered a poor handling chassis after contact and dropped back to 17th, Glenn Guest also had issues and dropped to 29th. Bickers made places up to 16th, as did Mooney coming 8th place and setting the fastest lap of the race in the process on his CRG chassis.
The next Round is Buckmore Park in July.
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