CHIPPENHAM schoolboy Dominic Kilmister continued his excellent form in his rookie year in Formula Junior TKM at Rissington Kart Club by recording his second win of the season.

The 12-year-old won the Shenington Kart Racing Club Winter Series Championship earlier this year and has since continued to make an impact at both Shenington and Rissington.

His latest win comes on the back of a run of two podiums and a string of top-10 finishes, resulting in him leading both championships at the mid-point of the season.

After winning all three heats at Rissington, Kilmister started on pole position in the final and got away to a flying start, leading the race all the way to the chequered flag.

Kilmister is now starting to attract attention from a number of race teams and next year intends to compete in the televised British Championship SuperOne Series and is now actively looking for local companies for sponsorship to help him achieve this.

Elsewhere, Malmesbury’s Louis Harvey showed his potential by qualifying fifth for the TKM SuperOne Series final, only to have that place stripped from him by an enquiry into an incident during the race which resulted in a one-lap penalty.

After solid points in the first two heats, Harvey started sixth in the first final.

Mid-race he was involved in a collision which saw him clip another car’s back bumper, causing them to lose position.

After crossing the line fifth, Harvey looked set to start the second final as the highest-placed rookie, but the earlier incident was deemed to be his fault, handing him a one-lap penalty to drop him to second to last.

Harvey was determined to regain points but attempting a pass, spun off into the gravel, with the lost time meaning he eventually ended up crossing the line last.