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CAD Designer, Nathan Chafer competes in British Karting Championship

By August 6, 2019September 6th, 2019No Comments
CAD Designer Nathan

Nathan Chafer, CAD Designer at ENGIE Fabricom UK has entered the British Karting Championship which is the highest level of karting in the country.


Nathan entered the race to try and get a seeded number of 1-10.  At the moment he is running 2nd with 4 rounds to go over 2 weekends.  The next race is on 17-18th August in Somerset at Clay Pigeon Raceway then following this, the final round is at Forest Edge Raceway on 14-15th September.



The below image is Nathan, CAD Designer for ENGIE Fabricom (stood left) pictured with Nigel Mansell (stood right) at his racetrack, Mansell Raceway in Devon, where one of the rounds was held.


Click here to watch highlights of the British Karting Championships

Some of world motorsport’s most famous drivers have British Kart Championship titles on their CVs, including Anthony Davidson, Paul di Resta, Mike Conway, Oliver Jarvis, Oliver Rowland and George Russell, to name but a few.  Almost 550 drivers have signed up to compete, meaning they’re set to be the biggest championships in decades.


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