A local Ballymoney teenager is making his mark in the drifting championship and one to watch for next season.
16 year old Harry Kerr was one of the youngest competitors in this seasons Drifting Championships, and had several podium finishes.
The Drifting championships, mainly ran in the South of Ireland, saw Harry take two 2nd place finishes over the season and a 3rd place overall in the championship, out of over 70 other drifters.
Speaking to us about her sons success, his mum Geraldine said;
“As a mother raring a teenage boy, I am so proud of the achievements this young man has reached.”
Harry competed in the drift games nationals championship and most of the drift games extreme championship.
Not expecting to be part of the championship, Harry said;
“At the start of the season I definitely didn’t expect to be fighting for the championship come the last round but yet that was the case, sadly it didn’t work out the best way possible for me but was over the moon for Stephen, no man deserved it more than him.
“None of this would have been possible without my family, friends, team, spotter, sponsors and the amazing fans who come to event after event to support the drivers so I want to say a massive thank you to every one of you who’s included in that.”
The season may now be over for Harry but that hasn’t stopped him planning for next season.
“I’m ready to push my hardest in the 2020 season and won’t be backing down until I get where I want to be.”
Given his success at just 16, Harry has now been invited to a reception with the Mayor.