The boy from Belton was in Cartagena testing at the BSB Pro-Test in March. This track time seems to have paid off as he topped the timesheet at Valencia in the official British Talent Cup test.
His best lap time of 1:45.403 was 0.013 seconds quicker than Cameron Horsman from Forest Hill in London. The third quickest was Fenton Seabright who was on the podium in the European Talent Cup in Estoril the previous weekend. Seabright had to make a frantic dash from Estoril on Sunday night to get to the British Talent Cup training event on time. His best lap time of 1:45.762 was 0.125 seconds shy of Ogden’s best.
The fastest newbie was Torin Collins who ended the test with the eleventh fastest lap time. His 1_46.951 left him less than a quarter of a second from the top ten.
The first race weekend for the British Talent Cup gets underway at Silverstone on 19 – 21 April 2019.
British Talent Cup Valencia Test 2019 Results