TKM driver Abbi Pulling has set a new record in British karting by pulling off the top three titles in the hugely competitive Junior Formula TKM category. 

She completed the perfect trio of wins by taking the MSA National Junior TKM title at the last round of the Super One championships held at the PFI circuit in Lincolnshire.

That victory followed on winning the TKM Junior ‘O’ plate and the Maxxis TKM Festival Elite win in the same weekend at Kimbolton.

Schoolgirl Abbi, aged just 14, took the TKM titles driving the Tal-Ko manufactured Veloce kart and using a TKM TAG engine, and run by her father Andy.

After the race she said: ”I am so thrilled to win. It was such a close battle but I knew I just had to keep my head to pull it off.” And Dad Andy added: “I am so proud of her. She has driven so well right through the year. But it was a nail-biting weekend.”

TKM boss Alan Turney said: “Abbi is a tremendous young talent. To pull off this triple TKM win is a fantastic achievement and I am sure she is going to have a very successful career in motorsport.”

 It was the first time that the TKM championship winning drivers have been awarded trophies with the added weight of the MSA title attached to them.

Abbi took the title by just two points from James Pashley with Ross Deal just one point behind him. So the top three within three points at the end of a season’s racing – one of the closest ever.

Meanwhile in the Senior TKM Extreme category it was Stephen Letts on a Tony Kart using a TKM Direct Drive engine that took the title from Simon Vercoe.