Cast YOUR vote!
The Wera Tools Driver of the Day Award shortlist for Event 11 – PFi is now LIVE.
Now is your chance to vote for the driver who impressed YOU the most during the weekend, with the winner receiving the coveted Wera Tools trophy, tool prizes, and Motorsport UK offering a free test day at a BKC venue of their choice in 2023 or 2024.
The nominations have been made up of drivers that impressed the panel throughout the weekend and now you can play your part in deciding the winner.
Honda Cadet – Ashley Haase
With the season now done, and a season of consistent results, Haase has been a driver who has improved the most since last year, not only with great results, but clean results too.
After a great qualifying, tough heats, Ashley would fight to finish P3 in the pre final and P4 in the Final. But most importantly finishing 5th in his second year in the championship.
Micro Max – Jenson Chalk
After a superb, clean and consistent race weekend Jenson Chalk takes the spot for MicroMax.
A close qualifying saw him start P4 matching the time of P3 driver Harry Taylor. With challenging heats, and a comeback in the pre final, Chalk would fight hard to finish on the podium in the final.
Mini Max – Harry Freeman
Talk about an up and down weekend, but for Harry his final would be an up.
After qualifying in P9, Freemans weekend would start to turn in to a undulating roller-coaster of ups and downs. With heat one dropping to P20 and heat two holding on to P9.
The prefinal would continue the downward trend, but come the final Freeman would gain 9 places to finish in the top 15 just 6 seconds behind the leader.
Junior Rotax – Leon Hastie
What a weekend for this young man, after qualifying P10 overall he would have his best weekend of the season.
With a great fight in the heats and gaining two places in the pre final, Hastie would finish just 0.27 seconds behind the nearly unchallenged Bishop to secure his first podium finish this season.
Senior Rotax – Kai Hunter
Not only a near perfect weekend, but finally a senior champion.
When a great weekend was needed most, Hunter delivered, and delivered well. With the weight of the championship resting on his shoulders Kai’s performance showed why he became champion.
With pole in qualifying, two heat wins, second in the pre final and a superb drive in the final he stood on the top spot a final winner and a champion.
Voting closes 9am Thursday 26 October – duplicate votes will be disregarded