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21/10/12 - Jonathan looks forward to his Ginetta G50 test after watching the final rounds of the championship at Brand Hatch.


05/10/12 - Jonathan decides not to enter the World Championship preferring to keep the budget for testing ahead of a 2013 Championship in Ginetta or Formula 4


30/09/12 - Jonathan secures the 2012 British Title with a measured performance at Shennington Kart Circuit only 0,02 seconds off the fastest lap as well.


28/07/12 - Jonathan takes a commanding lead in the Super 1 Britsh Championship by winning both finals in a sunny Wales in a stunning display of driving.


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Jonathan WINS the Super 1 2012 Formula KGP Title
 

Jonathan Davis now in his seventeenth year, entered the world of Motor Racing aged nine, with the aim of going all the way to leading edge of motorsport.

 

Arrogant you might say but nearly all the Formula 1 and WTCC grid started in karts and Jonathan believes that the skills learnt here will help him realise his ambition.


Jonathan will be driving for OK1 Karting UK in the 2012 British Super 1 Formula KGP Championship driving in the televised series for Motors TV.  This is Jonathan’s second full year of factory support from a leading European Manufacturer of Karts & his first in Formula KGP. 

This class of karting is the fastest of all the championships that use standard karts with rear brakes.  This year Jonathan’s teammate will be James Gornall who initially trained Jonathan to drive karts.  James a multiple British Champion in various forms of Motorsport will provide a good datum point and hopefully support in Jonathan’s effort to win the championship.


In addition to Jonathan’s busy schedule for Karting he will also be completing his A Level course at Bourne Grammar School aiming to take him onto University whilst building on his racing career.  Book mark this page and come back on a regular basis to watch his progress.