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A St John’s Lower School pupil has clinched a prestigious go-karting trophy in the final round of the Daytona Inkhart Championships, beating 57 other racers in her league.
Amy Brunton raced to victory after 11 rounds of karting in the cadet class of the championship with the final round taking place at Sandown Park on Sunday 27 November.
In 2017, Amy will move up to compete in the junior class of the championships for 12 to 15 year olds. She said: “It’s been a fantastic year racing in the championships, and I’m so excited to finish at the top of the table. Champions aren’t born – they’re made, and I’m pleased that all my hard work has paid off.”
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