RFM finished the exceptional 2013 season beautifully in Bahrain. In the last international event of the year and the final event of the KF-Junior World Championship, Enaam Ahmed first took pole position and kept the lead at the end of the heats. Setting the fastest lap in the final, he finished 6th and therefore was within the top 5 in the World rankings. Lando Norris took over by winning his prefinal and most notably the final, a long way in front of the battle. Despite his woes at Sarno, he took 4th place in the Championship. Apart from Max Fewtrell who was injured before the official qualifying, all the other Juniors in the British team were in with a shot, with a special mention for Niko Kari, who was 5th in the final. The unusual intensity of the battles on track unfortunately delayed the other half of the team in numerous crashes.
No other team in the world achieved as many results as Ricky Flynn Motorsport during the 2013 season. Running between 6 and 9 drivers in each race in KF and KFJ combined, RFM managed their unusual feats using FA Kart / Vortex equipment at the cutting edge of competitiveness. With Lando Norris in his first full year in Juniors, the team won the WSK Euro Series, the European Championship and the International Super Cup. 9 wins and 18 pole positions rewarded the hard work from RFM, but especially the incredible figure of over 100 victories in heats or prefinals this season, showing the quality of the work the team does for each of its drivers.
Many of the Juniors will go to KF in 2014, with new challenges, but Ricky Flynn is not worried, as top performance is likely once again at the biggest international races.
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