Karters Continue School’s Winning Streak

The winning trio – Adam Harding, Adam Richards and Iaroslav Kovalev – beat 24 opposing crews to become the most successful team in the history of the BSKC competition and take the honours at the National Final at Whilton Mill.

The winning trio – Adam Harding, Adam Richards and Iaroslav Kovalev – beat 24 opposing crews to become the most successful team in the history of the BSKC competition and take the honours at the National Final at Whilton Mill.

Fourteen-year-old Adam Harding was also the highest placed MSUK licence holder securing a place in the Ginetta Junior Scholarship shootout. As well as the Champions’ trophy, the karters will also enjoy gate and hospitality tickets to a British Touring Car race event of their choice.

Proud mum and Team Manager, Mrs Jo-Anne Harding, said the boys, all members of Brentwood Karting, had been great ambassadors for Brentwood. “The way in which they represented the School, by conducting themselves both on and off track in a very professional way on one of most intense days I have experienced, would have made the School very proud I'm sure.  

“Brentwood School is very much the elite in both performance and conduct and I have absolutely loved every single minute of being involved with this Dream Team.”

The British Schools Karting Championship (BSKC) is UK-wide, team-based arrive-and-drive karting championship for school and college students aged 13-18 years.

We wish Adam Harding every success in October’s shootout and hope he secures a much-deserved place in the 2020 Ginetta Junior Championship.

*This success on the karting track follows hot on the heels of a stunning performance in the National Track and Field Athletics Finals when a Brentwood Team finished second in the country.