Press Release - 03-July-2019



Daniel Ullyett leads BKA Championship


Daniel Ullyett leads the Sectus Technologies 2019 BKA Overall Driver Championship and the 60cc EasyKart class with 192 points in his Ullyett’s Machine Shop Service sponsored kart going into this Sundays 7th July, third event in the championship, sponsored by D&A Air-conditioning and Refrigeration.

Daniel Ullyett leads Adam Mallalieu, who is second overall with 189 points in the 125 Easykart Lights class in his Terra Caribbean kart and third place overall Scott Stollmeyer with 165 points in the Easykart Super Masters class. Aeden Bruce is fourth with 146 points followed closely by Blake Thompson fifth with 142 points in his Glassesco/Bio Beauty Karts. Calem Maloney fifth with 140 points in his Bushy Park / SOL sponsored kart, Arron Blackett in his Dalteck kart sixth with 139 points. Top female Kayleigh Catwell is sixth in her Ellesmere Quarries,125cc Easykart lights kart, with 133 points, Jaden Thompson is ninth with 132points in his Glassesco/Bio Beauty 100cc Easykart and Donche Blackman in tenth overall with 129 points in his 60cc Easykart  



The BKA’s Junior Class for young drivers between 5 years and 12 years, Easykart 60cc Class Leader Daniel Ullyett looking to continue his form this weekend with the other junior drivers, presently running in second to sixth overall as follows  Aeden Bruce , Blake Thompson , Donche Blackman, Kaleb Catwell and Jacob Mustor.  


The 100cc Easykart Class leader Calem Maloney with 140 points leads Arron Blackett by 1 point in second with 139 points and Jayden Thompson third with 133 points, fourth Adam Marshall in his Lucky Horseshoe sponsored kart with 96 points, Colin Bradshaw the 2017 & 2018 BKA Champion Driver in his Crane & Equipments kart  is off his usual points after missing the last event due to 11+ exams will be looking to get back in the top three of this class before the season ends is fifth with 84 points and Logan Stollmeyer is sixth with 48 points.


125cc Easykart Lights Class Leader is 2018 Class winner Adam Mallalieu in his Terra Caribbean kart leading with 189 points, second is BKA top Female Kayleigh Catwell in her Ellesmere Quarry after an impressive second overall in last event moving her up the class standings, third is Mark “Twins” Thompson with 114 points in his Glassesco kart, two points ahead of 2008 Caribbean Driver Champion Stuart Maloney with 112 points. John Kelly is fifth overall with 109 points with consistant finishes  and leading rookie in this class. Sixth to Eleventh overall have had unfortunate or mechanical issues in the beginning of the season first two events resulting in a major points difference from fifth overall. With  Grame Finlayson in his Aerial Photography sponsored kart sixth with 61 points,  Aiden Fortier is seventh with 60 points, Sebastien Thompson who has been one of the three only  competitors in this class  to win a race this season is eight with 57 points in his Glassesco kart, Kevon Griffith is ninth with 54 points. Justin Campbell is top ten with 26 points and Ben Moore eleventh in class with 14 points after some great early preseason testing.


While in the 125cc Easy Kart Super Masters the class which allows the older and more established postures to compete is led by Scott Stollmeyer with 165 points and second place Kyle Catwell in his Ellesmere Quarry kart with 124 points these two only subscribe to one of the above allowed class elements. While 4 time BKA  Champion Driver Geoffrey Ullyett is third overall with 82 points making up the class while playing mechanic like a lot of the other dads on race days to his son overall points leader Daniel Ullyett in the 60cc Easykart class.


So come out this Sunday 7th July at Bushy Park Race Circuit kart track to follow the next event sponsored by D&A Air-conditioning and Refrigeration as all karters compete to expand their 2019 points tally towards in the Seutus Technologies 2019 BKA Overall Driver Championship.