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Accrington Observer 30th Aug 13 - Kart ace is off to great start!

A SEVEN-year-old go-karting ace Is celebrating a successful start to the season, having already won two races. Noah Chamberlain, from Oswaldtwistle, is hoping for further championship success already having one championship under his belt, is now hoping for a second success.  The youngster has been hard at work testing and training as the IKR Championship at Three Sisters Circuit, Wigan enjoyed its mid-season summer break.  His dad Glen said "Noah has been focusing on improving his performance on track by exploring new techniques and driving styles and had improved his lap times by more than a second", "The latest round of the championship saw Noah demonstrate his new found pace and put it to good effect."  Noah said he was hoping for another victory but was focusing on each race as it came.  He said: "It would be brilliant to win another championship but it's not over until I cross the line in the last race."  "Anything can happen between now and then so I am just taking it one race at a time."

Indikart championship: Round 5


Since Noah’s  success in round 4, Noah and his team have not rested on their laurels, significant time has been spent looking at the kart telemetry data and previous on board video footage in the pursuit of chasing down those lap times.

This effort proved successful as Noah went out in qualifying and smashed his previous lap record by over 6 tenths of a second!  This was using identical equipment to that used in Round 4 putting him P2 on the grid.

Unfortunately lady luck was not on Noah’s side this weekend after being controversially pushed off the track in Turn 1 of the first heat damaging the steering arm.  Fortunately heat 2 proved a little less eventful and Noah secured P3 for the final despite competing against more powerful competitor engines. 

The final saw Noah again struggle off the line dropping to 5th by turn 1 however an opportunistic late braking manoeuvre saw Noah seize 4rd place going into turn 3.  Unfortunately someone then ran into the back of him causing him to spin and drop to last place.  Showing true grit and determination Noah valiantly fought his way back from the rear of the pack to claim his 5th consecutive podium finish of the season, leaving the rest of the pack trailing some 11 seconds behind.

Noah’s ability to recover from the collision and deliver an outstandingly mature drive still leaves him only 2 points off the top of the Championship standings.

Indikart championship: Round 7


NOAH Chamberlain is sitting pretty at the top of the IndiKart Championships after winning his second successive race on the Hooton Park track.
The six-year-old left his rivals trailing in his slip stream after winning the final 22 seconds clear – and smashing his own circuit lap record by 1.7 seconds.
The St Andrew’s Primary School pupil in Oswaldtwistle missed first practice due to engine trouble and his team of mechanics – headed up by dad Glen – worked hard to get the kart in racing order. After swapping soft compounds for slicks, Noah qualified in pole position for race one – but spun off after a lack of concentration.
However, he booked his place in the final in fine style – an outstanding out-braking manoeuvre saw him take the lead where he stayed until the chequering flag. In the final itself, Noah put together the best eight laps of the season to convincinly win round seven.