MOTOR SPORT: West Norfolk karting champion Aaron Alexander has a new look for the 2021 race season.
During lockdown the AA Racing race team have made many changes to his set up, re-building the Haase race chassis and a completely new look, including a change of livery.
The AA Racing team will be competing in UKIKR Championship rounds in Oxfordshire and Teesside in race kart No.38 some of which will be broadcast live via Alpha Live TV.
The King’s Lynn-based Alexanders will be teaming up again with the Lamberts from Mansfield for the British ProKart Endurance Championships after a successful 2020 season, in which they won the junior title and are hoping to win the 2021 Senior Pro title under the joint FSR – Full Send Racing team banner in kart No.7.
The team kart has been completely re-built with a new look and new highly tuned engines.
Races are held at a different circuit each time all over the UK. The first is at the PF International, the UK’s largest outdoor karting circuit, in Grantham on April 11.
For more information about Alexander and his team, visit www.AARacing.co.uk
• West Norfolk’s George Russell finished 14th in the opening Formula 1 Grand Prix of the season in Bahrain on Sunday.
The Williams FW43B driver had been as high as 10th place and said: “It was nice to be racing and I had a good little tussle at the beginning, making a few places and losing a few places.”
Russell is next in action on April 16-18 at Imola.