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Kean Nakamura-Berta victorious in Mini class

After being crowned Vice Champion last year, Freddie Slater (GBR) was out for a win and nothing else in 2019. Starting from pole position in the Final he gave himself the best possible chance at doing just that, but would have tough competition around him including Brandon Carr (GBR) who would start from second after…

Alex O’Grady hangs on to win in new class

This year saw the inception of two new classes at the IAME International Final with Minime (FFSA) / Cadet (MUK) one of them. The youngest of our warriors was made up with a 28 kart field for the final. Like all the finals it treated us with plenty of excitement and a tense last lap…

Ash Sutton wins International Final on Super Shifter debut!

When British Touring Car driver, Ash Sutton (GBR), appeared on the the entry list in the Super Shifter class many were excited to see what he could do. A champion in the BTCC, Ash has gone on to some magnificent things since leaving Karting, but this was supposed to be a fun experience having not…

MacDonald wins Pro class in nail biting finish

The Pro class was a new concept for 2019 and the final alone proved it was a huge success. Featuring a huge number of some of the World’s best all in one grid meant one bad result in the heats didn’t put you completely out of contention. Dean MacDonald (GBR) is someone who can certainly…

Johan Renaux sends French crowd wild!

The home crowd in Le Mans were treated to a French winner with Johan Renaux (FRA) holding his nerve to win in the Master category! The race was far from an easy one, after a bad Pre Final Sebastien Bielande (BEL) was on a charge through the field and closed the gap to just 0.3…

Oliver Bearman recovers to win Junior in last lap drama

It was a last lap which showed the two completely emotions some may go through in this sport. Oliver Bearman (GBR) looked almost down and out at one stage as he fought to try and stay in the top ten, but kept his head down and was rewarded for his efforts with a win on…

Mark Kimber wins thrilling Senior Final

As ever the Senior class did not fail to disappoint when it came to drama. A fantastic contest would eventually see Mark Kimber (GBR) come out on top, but it was a race that took several twists and turns along the way. After the Pre Final an exciting front row was formed in the shape…

Warriors lock horns in last chance races

The 460 warriors were reduced to just 224 today with the last of the heats taking place before the Final C and Final B races. Unsurprisingly it was the latter that brought the highlight of the day with most going down to the final corner of the race. Click here for full results Junior –…

Introducing the new K2H and K2M tyre!

After three years of development we are very excited to launch our brand new K2H and K2M products for 2020! A new era for Komet The K2H and K2M present a hard and medium compound of tyre and although the performance between them are of course different, they both carry an embedded ethos of sustainability.…

Late drama shakes up grids

There was late drama as the heats came to a close in Junior and Senior. After winning six heats in a row it looked almost impossible for Joey van Splunteren (NED) to lose pole, but there would be drama in the final heat handing pole position to Ben Barnicoat (GBR). Click here for full results…