Timothy Amadi asserts his authority at Whilton Mill Kart Track
Timothy Amadi aged 13 of St Columba’s Boys’ School in Bexleyheath races go karts, his ultimate goal is to become a successful racing driver and get to Formula 1 in future.
Last weekend was the round 3 of the “Whilton Mill Kart Championships”, in Daventry, Northamptonshire. It boasted a strong grid of 34 drivers in the Rotax MiniMax class, including a few drivers whom currently compete on a national and international level.
Timothy known in the paddock as “Timmy” is quite new to karting, as he was a novice driver early 2013, but soon shown a pace of a really quick driver.
The weekend at Whilton Mill started off with him being the quickest on track on the Friday, and got quicker by the Saturday. By the end of the day, he looked like a strong favourite to win on Sunday. But with good drivers such as Johnathan Hoggard of Protrain racing, Kieran Wragg and a few others, we knew we couldn’t count...