Bradshaw moves up to second.
Byline: By Miles Starforth
Cramlington youngster James Bradshaw moved up to second in the Elf elf, in Germanic mythology, a type of fairy. Usually represented as tiny people, elves are said to dwell in forests, in the sea, and in the air. Although they can be friendly to man, they are more frequently vengeful and mischievous. Hill House Hammond National Kart Championship after his recent second-place finish in Newark.
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(pictured left) took 27 points from the race at PF International and there are just two rounds remaining in the highly-competitive series, where just 10 points separate the top four contenders.
Bradshaw is next in action on July 12 and 13, when the championship moves to the Lydd International Raceway in Kent.