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Ten Brinke World Champion in Finland
The result couldn’t be better. Thomas ten Brinke, the 14-year-old talent, is now a World Champion, a title won during the World Championship OKJ in Alahärmä, Finland.
Super strong first half of the racing season for Thomas ten Brinke: in the front at the WSK and third in the Junior European Championship
With a top international program, karter Thomas ten Brinke has had an intense and successful first half of the season in the prestigious OK Junior class. The fourteen-year old talent from Zeddam can look back on a number of podium places in various championships, of which the third position overall in the FIA Karting European championship and the second place in the WSK Euro Series are the most impressive so far. This promises something more for the second half of the season.
'Pulling away from the other drivers is no mean feat'
Coach Koen de Meester knows that Thomas ten Brinke is talented at racing. Yet De Meester could not predict that the Ricky Flynn Motorsport driver would also finish champion of Germany’s Deutsche Junior Kart Meisterschaft (DKM). Following the award of such an astonishing title, De Meester sang his student’s praises: “Thomas has made fantastic progress”.
First victory in the Dutch Championships
Thomas ten Brinke showed his mettle during round three of the Dutch Rotax Max championship, held in Berghem, North Brabant. The talented driver from Zeddam quickly raced to victory in the MiniMax class on Sunday. And with two first places and a third place in the third heat, he also won the RTL Driver of the Day award for the most impressive driver.
Thomas ten Brinke takes home the DKM title
Thomas ten Brinke has won Germany’s prestigious Deutsche Junior Kart Meisterschaft (DKM). The kart racer from Zeddam took his maiden DKM win in style during the last race weekend in Genk, Belgium. Driving with Ricky Flynn Motorsport, Thomas made up a seven-point disadvantage in the crucial final: “I didn’t believe it at first.”