THREE go-karting youngsters from a Queensbury family are hoping to become future stars of the race track.

The sport has become a passion for 12-year-old Demi-Leigh Belt and her brothers Cameron, aged 11, and Lucas, eight.

They compete in tournaments every month at Woodthorpe Kart Club, Lincolnshire and are in their second full season of Honda Cadet and Cadet Libra competitions.

Their mum Krystle said: “Myself and my husband Joseph are very proud of them.

“They are very competitive with each other and there is a lot of earache in the house but everything they have all achieved so far is fantastic.”

Despite Demi-Leigh being the oldest, it was actually Cameron who was the first to start racing.

Krystle said: “Cameron started indoor go-karting at the age of eight, claiming he wanted to be the next Lewis Hamilton.

“Demi-Leigh and Lucas then followed and they all started competing outdoor.

“They have all won lots of trophies and are getting better every week.”

The family pay for all their equipment and will need to acquire more powerful karts as the children progress.

Krystle added: “Go-Karting is a very expensive sport but we don’t want that to get in the way of our children’s dreams.

"We hope that there is someone out there who can provide financial support and maybe help bring through Bradford’s next big racing stars.”

Interested sponsors can contact Krystle Belt by emailing