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Daytona Milton Keynes: S1 InKart & Junior Sprint League Champions 2024

Daytona Milton Keynes: S1 InKart & Junior Sprint League Champions 2024

InKart and Junior Sprint League Final Results



After an enthruling season of racing, the final round of Daytona Milton Keynes' InKart went right down to the wire in the Cadet class with Jacob Kent, Dexter Hazeldine, Alexander Karadzhov and Gillen Townshend all in contention for podium places. 

The Junior Championship had already been secured by Blake Southan in the previous round, however, there was a close battle for second and third on the cards, as Tom Justice led Zayn Perry by just three points going into the final round.

In the Juniors, Charley Murray had an impressive first heat, winning by 1.5 seconds as he looked to secure fourth place in the championship. He was followed by championship rivals Lewis Bowey and Brandon Edwards in second and third respectively.

In the Cadet's first heat, Leo Sibthorpe took the win by ten seconds, showing his vast improvement since the season started. Ryan Cafferkey and Jacob Noble finished in second and third respectively, but both drivers received a penalty, allowing Dexter Hazeldine to move up to second place, with Noble to remain in third position.

In the Junior's second heat, Zayn Perry charged to win the race win by 5 seconds. Blake Southan once again demonstrated the pace we've witnessed time and time again this season, finishing in second after a solid race. Tudor Geanta finished in third, four seconds behind Southan.

The Cadet's second heat was a true showdown; pitting all the championship contenders against each other. After a thrilling battle, Jacob Kent took the second heat win and picked up an extra two crucial points over his rivals. There was drama between Townshend and Karadzhov, as contact at Turn 10 the pair  pirouetting. Both drivers recovered well to finish in the remaining podium positions.

Charley Murray then won his second heat of the day, finishing narrowly ahead of  Lewis Bowey in the third Junior Heat. Michael Oxtoby-Page had a great race to finish in third, four seconds behind the leaders.

In the Cadets, Jacob Noble had a fantastic Heat Three to secure his first heat win of the season, and also secured his place in the A final. Hazeldine yet again finished in second place,  just in front of Leo Sibthorpe.

The Junior's Heat 4 mirrored the results of Heat 2; Zayn Perry, again won by five seconds over Southan, with Tudor Geanta just behind in third.

Gillen Townshend took the win in the Cadet's Heat 4 and secured himself a place in the A final. Alexander Karadzhov finished five seconds behind him in second, with Jacob Kent in third.

Due to the extremely competitive nature of the Cadet class, Karadzhov’s second and third place finishes weren't enough to get him into the A final. There were four different race winners throughout the Heats, meaning he missed out by just one point, sadly ending his title hopes.


Brandon Edwards dominated the Junior's B final, finishing the race ten seconds clear of Micheal Oxtoby-Page, who held onto second place as Liam Weatherall charged through the field after struggling in the heats.

Alexander Karadzhov, fueled by the frustration not being in the A final,  put in one of the drives of the season and took the race win by over 30 seconds, also achieving the fastest lap of the day. Ryan Cafferkey, who struggled during the heats, picked up a well-deserved second place with Jack Bailey in third.


In the Juniors,  there was a thrilling battle between Zayn Perry and Lewis Bowey, as both drivers fought hard for their first race win. After a drag race to the line - the pair separated by just 7 hundredths of a second - it was Zayn Perry who finally picked up his maiden final race win of the season, after coming so close on a number of occasions. Lewis Bowey, who drove just as well, finished in second place and claimed his best result of the season. Blake Southan finished just three seconds off the leaders in third place, adding yet another Daytona trophy to his collection.

In the Cadets, it was Jacob Kent’s moment in the sun. After taking the lead on the very first lap, he never looked back, storming to the race victory and claiming the championship after a phenomenal season. Dexter Hazeldine charged through the field from the back to finish in second place, securing himself fourth place in the championship. Townshend, Noble and Sibthorpe were all locked in a thrilling battle for the final spot on the podium, with Townshend just managing to secure third. Noble and Sibthorpe finished in fourth and fifth respectively.  Townshend needed to win the round to win the championship overall, just coming short, finishing third overall, two points behind Alexander Karadzhov.

Final Standings

In the Juniors, Blake Southan added yet another Daytona championship to his collection after dominating the season, picking up six out of eight round wins, and further demonstrating why he is a force to reckoned with in the world of junior karting. Zayn Perry, who took the maximum points in the final round of the season, took second place in the championship after just managing to overtake Tom Justice who finished the season in third. Charley Murray finished in fourth overall after an impressive final round, Lewis Bowey jumped to fifth place above Brandon Edwards in sixth.

In the Cadets, Jacob Kent claimed the championship by 10 points after winning six rounds. Alexander Karadzhov finished in second place with final one race win, two points ahead of Gillen Townshend in third place. Dexter Hazeldine finished just six points off the final podium in fourth position, with Ryan Cafferkey, Leo Sibthorpe and Charlie Marden in fifth, sixth and seventh respectively. Seth Sydney, this season's only other A-Final winner, finished in eighth after missing a few rounds.


InKart Cadet Champions

1st Place - Jacob Kent

2nd Place - Alexander Karadzhov 

3rd Place - Gillen Townshend

Junior InKart Champions

1st Place - Blake Southan

2nd Place - Zayn Perry

3rd Place - Tom Justice

Junior Sprint League

It was an early morning start for the final round of the Junior Sprint League, Blake Southan had wrapped up the championship in the previous round leaving just the final two spots on the podium to fight for. Charlie and Jacob Csepreghi were in contention for the final two podium spaces, with Charlie leading his brother by just two points.

In qualifying, Southan showed no signs of slowing down, as he charged to pole by just a tenth over Charlie Csepreghi. Cooper West had an impressive qualifying to finish third as he looked to overtake Arthur Caluch for sixth place in the championship.

Jacob Csepreghi would had a tough qualifying and had to settle for ninth, as he came into the pitlane early on due to an issue with his kart.

The final race was all about Southan and Charlie Csepreghi, who charged away at the start, leaving the other contenders to fight for the final podium spot.

Tom Justice had an impressive drive as he battled for fourth place with Owen Turpin and Jacob Csepreghi, who had made impressive progress up the pack. However, drama unfolded for Justice, as contact with another driver saw him pick up a three-position penalty that dropped him down the pecking order.

There was further drama at the halfway point, as contact between Cooper West and Liam Weatherall saw both drivers stuck in a tyre wall, falling to the back of the pack.

As the chequered flag dropped on the season, there was yet another race win from Blake Southan, who picked up his seventh win of the season. Charlie Csepreghi finished just 1.8 seconds back to secure second in the race and the championship. Max Lindgren had yet another impressive drive as he secured the final spot on the podium.

In terms of final results, Blake Southan dominated the championship, winning seven out of the eight rounds, just two points off the maximum possible. Charlie Csepreghi managed to just edge out his brother Jacob by five points to finish second in the championship, with Jacob in third.

Max Lindgren showed great consistency throughout the season, picking up a number of podiums to finish fourth with Owen Turpin in fifth.


Junior Sprint League Champions

1st Place - Blake Southan

2nd Place - Charlie Csepreghi 

3rd Place - Jacob Csepreghi 

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