The Pembroke Hell Drivers last night claimed their third consecutive title at our Winter Endurance League. The team has won the competition each year it has been operating. Furthermore, of the 8 endurance races we have held over the past three years, the Hell Drivers have won 7. Regular drivers Dan Thomas (Templeton) and Adam Jones (New Hedges) were this year joined by Luke Jenkins (Fishguard). The trio held off an increasingly thirsty group of rivals over the course of the competition to claim this years prize, which is a set of tickets to the 2016 round of the Formula E Championship in London.
The Apex Predators stepped up a gear this year to emerge as the closest rivals to the Hell Drivers. Brian Newton (Llansteffan), Michael Davies (Carmarthen) and Chris Davies (Crymych) raced admirably and were regarded by organisers to be the most credible challengers the Hell Drivers have ever had.
Organiser Royston Badham wishes to extend his thanks to all competitors who braved the winter storms to race in the events and to the staff at both Carew Karting & West Wales Karting for hosting the League.
All eyes now turn to the 2016 Pembrokeshire Karting Championship. After a radical shakeup of the format and rules in 2015, this year will be an evolution of last year. Competitors have once again provided invaluable feedback which has been taken on board. Full details will be revealed in the coming weeks.