The super fast 10-year-old joined forces earlier this year with Luke Hines and his AllStars Racing Team, and has since entered 13 races to meet the tough driving standard requirements to compete in Super One.
Caleb, of Pontypool, Torfaen, has been travelling to tracks all over the UK to compete against the fastest eight to 13-year -olds in the country, and on some weekends has shown his determination by competing at one race on Saturday followed by another race on Sunday.
The Cwmbran schoolboy has been profoundly deaf since aged two
The Nant Celyn Primary School pupil suffered chronic ear infections as a toddler, leaving him profoundly deaf by age two, losing 90% of his hearing. He now uses cochlear implants giving him a simulated sense of sound, but can not wear the over-ear processors with his crash helmet on, so races in complete silence.
Though no stranger to the world of karting, having competed since 2014 in the MSA Bambino Kart Championship, for drivers six to eight-year-olds. Caleb last year moved up to Honda Cadet class with much more powerful engines, and has had to adapt to the different driving style required.
Luke Hines is a veteran to the kart racing and wider motor-sport world. Luke, started out as an eager youngster like Caleb, and has competed alongside as well as working with F1 greats such as Lewis Hamilton, Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso. Luke went on to forge a successful career in British Touring Car Championship and British GT Championship, and has established the multiple race winning AllStars Racing Team to pass on his years of knowledge and experience to promising youngsters.
Whilst working hard on track, Caleb has also picked up sponsorship along the way. House builder Taylor Wimpey have again renewed their commitment to Calebs racing progress, and recently haulier Stuart Durrant Transport and Electric Vehicle Specialist FASCAR-EV began providing on-going support to help Caleb pursue his racing ambitions.
Caleb will be competing at Whilton Mill Race Circuit, Daventry over the last weekend of April at the next round of the Super One Championship.