About – Alfie Slater


Alfie will be taking on a new challenge in the 2024 season, stepping into his first year of car racing. Alfie will be competing in the Ginetta Junior Championship with R Racing in the UK. This will require Alfie to learn plenty of new skills and a different driving style from racing karts. With Alfie only being 13 at the start of this year it will mean he has to miss the first round of the championship but he will be hoping to make up for this missed round through the rest of the year. Along with racing Ginetta, Alfie will continue to do some karting but will just focus on the CIK FIA European races.

R Racing seem to be the perfect fit for Alfie. Having won the last 3 years of the championship they can provide him with the best coaching and equipment for him to compete right at the front. Alfie has already completed some initial test days settling in with everyone at the team and is excited for what this year has in store for him.



After a great first learning year in the OKJ class, Alfie will be continuing this journey in the into the 2023 season. Again, Alfie will be racing in the WSK and CIK FIA championships hoping to build on everything he learnt from his first year in the class. This year would always prove difficult and a very big learning year. Alfie showed great speed across the year qualifying right up at the sharp end and continued to work on his race craft throughout the year. Going into the 2023 season, Alfie is hoping to build on this speed and put some consistent race weekends together to be competing right at the front of the class.

Alfie will be taking on a new challenge going into the 2022 season. He will now be moving up into Juniors competing in the OKJ category across Europe. Stepping up from a mini kart to Junior kart will be Alfie's biggest challenge yet, dealing with new speeds, driving technique and fitness. Alfie will be competing in all WSK and CIK FIA events. Having already visited a lot of the tracks for the WSK mini calendar, Alfie will be hoping to get up to speed quickly in the early part of the year to be comfortable and prepared for when the CIK European Championship starts.

Alfie will be joining Ricky Flynn Motorsport for the 2022 season. A team that have had major success over the last 10 years winning multiple European and World Championships. Moving back to a British team Alfie hopes under Ricky he can really take his skills to a new level and compete right at the front at the highest level of karting.



Alfie Starts a new chapter by entering the most elite category for his age group competing in the mini 60 class with the prestigious Energy Corse factory team. He will be competing in all the World Series Karting championships and certain ROK events. Alfie’s hoping to make an impact in his new class by performing at the best level and getting solid results. Now going into his third season Alfie is looking to get more experience by having more seat time, driving complex international circuits and with his hardest competition yet. Alfie is looking forward to the challenge and hopes to get some top ten results.

Energy Corse is the Factory team for the multiple world championship winning kart brand throughout their history of success they always strive for greatness and are pushing the limits. Being and Italian brand team the passion for the sport is unprecedented but also embracing British drivers with a history of current British F1 drivers coming from the team.

Alfie now in his second karting season planned to compete in LGM Series, MSAUK championship, IAME Euro Series and the newly formed Ultimate Karting Championship (UKC) but only competed in MSAUK and UKC due to the global pandemic. Still as a learning driver Alfie really showed his talent in the end part of the season with top 5 finishes and narrowly missing out on podiums. He ended up 5th in the UKC championship which is a great achievement. Alfie happily carried his racing journey with Fusion Motorsport who gave him great support and coaching from his first ever race.



Alfie’s first full season of karting he will be competing in the LGM Series, IAME Euro Series also some rounds of the SKUSA series in America. In the IAME cadet class for the UK, mini x30 for the Euro Series and micro swift for the SKUSA championship. For his first year Alfie done great learning the basics of motorsport and competition, he showed that one day he could be a champion of the sport. The challenge of getting through to finals and top 20 results was swiftly changed to top 15 results showing great performance.

He starts his racing career with the most successful IAME cadet team of Fusion Motorsport multiple British and European championships. Ran by Dan hazelwood the team has the right approach and coaching to take young drivers and turn them into champions. Fusion have developed drivers that make it to the elite F1 grid.