A TARVIN racer is riding high in the British Superkart Championships.
Dan Edwards, 27, sits second in the Formula 125 Open standings after making a flying start to the campaign.
Edwards has enjoyed top-four finishes at the Croft and Bishopscourt rounds but his best performance of the 2012 season so far came at home track Oulton Park.
The former British champion overcame carburetter problems to claim second spot in the first race before winning a brilliant battle with old foe Danny Butler in the second to claim victory.
Seb Morris is hoping to build on his 12-point cushion at the top of the Protyre Formula Renault BARC Championship driver standings when the 2012 season resumes at Thruxton on Sunday.
Unbeaten in qualifying so far with five pole positions from five, the 16-year-old King’s School Chester student has also taken three outstanding race victories and two further top-five finishes to mark a hugely impressive start to his debut campaign in single-seaters.
Added to that, the Marford-based MSA Academy starlet has also posted the fastest race lap on two occasions and heads to the ultra-quick Hampshire track knowing he has a great opportunity to once again challenge for wins at the wheel of his Fortec Motorsports FR 2.0 car.
Seb, who made his car racing debut at Thruxton in April 2010, said: “It’s all going well for us so far, so hopefully we can do the same again at Thruxton.”