ODIHAM kart racing brothers Louis and Harry Foster both won their cadet championships. Louis Foster came out on top in the IAME Karting Cadet Championship at Blackbushe Kart Club, while brother Harry won the championship at Forrest Edge.
Louis, the younger of the two brothers, aged 10, was up against drivers up to the age of 13 in his championship, but won six races at Blackbushe on his way to the title.
He was delighted to pick up his winner’s trophy from John Surtees, the only man ever to win both Formula One and World Motor Cycle Championship.
Older brother Harry, aged 14, only won one race at Forrest Edge, but had a very consistent season.
He nearly finished on the podium in ever single outing which helped him take the crown. This year, the brothers will both be racing in the National Karting Championship, for Team Infinity using the 2014 Shark racing engine and chassis.
When they are not racing, the pair will be cheering on their father Nick, who will once again be driving for the West Surrey Racing e-bay Motors team at the British Touring Car Championship this summer.