Dutchman Ruben Boutens took an impressive victory in the
Grand Final at BRKC 2015 in Milton Keynes, after passing
the hugely impressive Ed White for the lead on lap two.
Having lead the standings for much of the weekend with a
flawless record of five poles and five wins from five races,
White took a searing pole position for the final race but
was unable to halt the charge of the reigning BRKC
After a battle with Mathias Grooten which eventually
ended in White’s favour, the two frontrunners Boutens and
White lapped in clear air and looked set to finish in that
order. However, Stefan Verhofste’s early pit stop strategy
paid off handsomely, slotting him into second place after
starting from sixth and pushing Grooten down the order to
Ruben Boutens walked away with the £900 cash prize and
all three podium finishers will head to the Kart World
Championship in Italy this summer free of charge.