Goldenhill Primary pupil Zac Drummond is eyeing even more success in 2019 after an incredible 2018 racing season in the Northern Karting Federation Honda Cadet Championships.

With four race wins, four top novice wins, nine fastest laps and seven podiums in the 2018 Championships, Zac’s debut season exceeded all expectations.

The primary five pupil from Hardgate enjoyed an amazing debut season on the circuit, moving up in class to race 8-13 year-olds in his ZipKart Honda Cadet.

Set to be a learning curve for the youngster, it didn’t take Zac long to find the pace to compete with the top drivers in the division, with his fastest laps and race wins seeing him finish highest placed Scottish driver in the competition as well as earning a place on the podium at the Northern Karting Federation awards presentation, finishing third overall to be presented with a trophy at the legendary Silverstone circuit in England.

From Banff in the north of Scotland to Shennington race track in Oxfordshire, Zac notched up numerous wins all over the country in his debut season and is now set to move up to compete with the highest level of drivers in the UK and Europe in the UK Karting and Super One Championships.

Stretching back over 36 years and recognised for its competitive edge and professionalism, the Super One Championships is the longest standing national motor racing championships with the likes of David Coulthard, Dario Franchitti, Jensen Button and Lewis Hamilton all learning their trade on the circuits.

Starting in March, Zac will line-up on the grid at the Fullbeck Kart Racing Circuit in Lincolnshire for the Super One series with the British series set to start one month later at the PFI Racing Circuit in Grantham.

Any local companies interested in sponsoring Zac can get in touch with Chris Drummond on 07796542680 or