Jonny Wilkinson started his racing career in 2014 in the Comer Cadet class. He quickly established himself as a young racing driver with huge potential as he took the Welsh Championship in 2015 in IAME Cadet.
Racing with KMS (Kato Motorsport) in the 2016 Super One British Cadet Karting Championship, Jonny started in a privateer run team - beating sixty other drivers, many with much larger budgets and track time than him, to take 3rd overall in the British Championships - winning 4 finals on the way. Jonny also took 4th overall in the LGM National Cadet Championship, further underlining his star quality.
2017 saw Jonny move up into the Junior Category of X30 - the most competitive Junior class in British Karting. Jonny was racing with Mick Barrett Racing, who took stars such as Dan Wheldon, Lewis Hamilton, Ben Barnicoat and Lando Norris to great success. Jonny's aim was to take the next step in his racing career by graduating to the Ginetta Junior Championship (which is what he has achieved) This is ran alongside the BTCC and is globally recognised as the perfect starting point for young drivers career.
Jonny made his debut in Cadet Kart Racing in 2014, starting out building his racecraft and driving skills with BKC Racing in the Comer Cadet Class. Jonny, despite being new to the sport - outlined his future potential with 4th in the Welsh Championship, as well as taking many club race victories in his debut season in the sport.
Jonny went on to make his debut in the National scene in 2015. Jonny was victorious in the Welsh Championship in IAME Cadet, allowing him to run the coveted C plate for a whole season after moving to Kato Motorsport near the end of the season. Jonny also competed in various rounds of the Super One British Karting Championship - with the aim on a full challenge in 2016.
In his first full assault of karting at British Championship level, Jonny stunned in a team that was much smaller than their rivals - as he went on to take 12 Club Championship victories and 4 British Championship final wins, on his way to 3rd overall in the British Cadet Karting Championship and 4th in the LGM National Cadet Championship. Jonny had shown his talent to British Karting.
Jonny moved up into Junior Karting in 2017 - moving into the supremely competitive Junior X30 class with Mick Barrett Racing. Jonny finished 5th overall in the British Championship, and excellent achievement for one of it's youngest drivers.
Jonny will be competing in the 2018 Ginetta Junior Championship with Elite Motorsport. Elite are a front-running team that helped the 2017 champion Tom Gamble to his title win. Jonny is looking forward to his first season in Ginetta and making the most of this opprortunity.