HARRISON Morrow finished his first year in the Shenington Kart Racing Club Championship in ninth place after the final round of racing on Sunday.
Arriving in good form at the tenth round of the competition, Morrow enjoyed positive practice sessions on Saturday and managed to establish some good pace in the dry conditions.
Starting in 13th in Sunday’s opening heat, the Solihull driver was aggressive in his pursuit of a good result and enjoyed a positive start.
But after being caught up in an incident with another kart, Morrow spun off the track and dropped to last, though he managed to pick up one more place when another rival spun out.
He started heat two in second and immediately came under pressure from the drivers behind him, dropping to tenth by the end of the first lap.
Despite his misfortunes up to that point, he maintained his position to the race end.
Harrison followed up the result with a finish of ninth in heat three, having being placed in seventh on the grid.
The team went into the final with greater confidence and enjoyed a clean start, with the goal of finishing ahead of rival Hayden Burling to finish inside the top ten.
Finishing in 12th ahead of 15th-placed Burling, he did exactly that to end the Championship on a high.
Morrow is back in action this weekend at the tenth round of the Whilton Mill Kart Club Championship.