From the weekend recreational driver to the seasoned professional.
Flatout Karts began over 25 years ago as a hobby shop by Greg Dicker and a close friend of his at the time through a love of karts and toys in general. By 1994, the business name was officially changed to Flatout Karts and the specialisation in go kart racing stemmed from here on in.
TaG 125 Heavy ••• Lewis Reid had a weekend of great results. Lewis poled qualifying and continued his qualifying pace by winning the opening race. A broken rear bumper sat him out of race 2. In the Final Lewis was the big mover coming from last to first and securing 2nd on points for the weekend Bayley Mickler was consistent all weekend, he stayed up the front and bagged points. Despite getting the kart setup a little wrong in the final, Bayley secures the top step, a rewarding weekend : @bradmitchellsphotos
TaG 125 Light ••• Hayden Fraser had a consistent weekend in the top 3, missing third place on the podium by a couple points. Shae Thompson was the big mover in the final, coming from the mid pack to take the win and third overall. Bailey Grech ran a comfortable 2nd for most of the weekend securing the second step on the podium. Kieran Passmore had a challenging weekend but proved how good his starts were, always putting himself in the top 4 off the start line. Michael Jones had great pace across the weekend, qualifying didn’t go his way and made the rest of the weekend challenging carving through karts. @bradmitchellsphotos