Two Llandudno junior go kart drivers have shown their skills to claim the NKF National Championships in their respective categories.

Olivier Algieri claimed the NKF national title in the Iame cadet class while Tim Edwards won the Iame X30 junior category title.

Oliver has been racing karts since he was six and this national title adds to his already growing list of accolades which include Wigan three sisters autumn series champion, vice champion MBKC, Vice champion CHKRC Hooton park, fifth in the British FKS championship, and was chosen as a FKS scholarship by Formula One driver, Lewis Hamilton's, dad.

He took his championship title by 22 points ahead of his nearest rival. Next season Oliver will progress to the mini x30 class.

Tim has gone from strength to strength since he began karting at the age of 10 in 2012. He has already won the Indi Kart Championship junior max title in 2014 and the 2015 Grosvenor Cup at Hooton.

He moved to the Iame X30 category in 2016 before moving across to compete in the NKF championships in 2017. The 2018 season has proved amongst his most successful so far claiming the title by 35 points ahead of his nearest rival.

Tim's father said he is now going to take a few years off karting to concentrate on his A levels.