YOUNG Malmesbury racer Louis Harvey was in top form again last weekend, claiming two heat wins as well as victory in the final at the latest club round at Fulbeck Kart Club in Grantham.

Saturday’s testing session was initially planned for Harvey to get to grips with the new ROK engine – a new series being introduced by SuperOne this year.

However, due to a technical issue, he reverted back to testing with his TKM class engine.

A foggy start on Sunday saw racing postponed until late morning and the length of the heats dropped from 12 minutes to 10 to ensure everything could be completed by the end of the day.

Harvey set the bar high in his Klaassen kart, posting the fastest lap in five-minute practice session.

Heats one, two and three saw Harvey and his Klaassen team-mates work through the field and push away at the front, with the Wiltshire teenager winning the second and third contests to put himself on pole for the final.

In the deciding race, Harvey took the lead from the start and was closely followed by his two Klaassen team-mates

Lap eight saw the lead switch, only for Harvey to produce a superb move on the chicane to reclaim his place at the front, a position he held for the final four laps to take the chequered flag.

Harvey will be racing again this weekend in round one of the Rissington Kart Club Championship.