In 60 Mini, the competition seems more difficult with each new race. The drivers and their teams are sharper and sharper, which does not stop Alex Powell being one of the most successful competitors at the front of each finish, despite particularly full grids. Rapidity and combativeness are definitely qualities that the Jamaican knows how to take advantage of, with the help of his competent management: the staff of the Energy Corse team and his coach Mike Wilson.
Going back to 3rd and 2nd in the Qualifying Heats, Alex secured a spot in 2nd on the Prefinal grid. But on the circuit of Lonato, the rest of the competition was not to progress as he would have liked. First 4th in the Prefinal, he lost contact with the lead of the race in the Final. Alex Powell had to fight to the end in a raging pack to secure 5th place in this legendary event.
After several races in Italy, Alex Powell and the Energy Corse team arrived in France, at the Angerville circuit. The Jamaican hopeful quickly adapted to this new track by winning two heats after his 5th in Qualifying. Unfortunately, he also had to retire once because of an electrical problem when he was in the lead, and had a difficult start in a heat in the rain and lost places. Relegated to 11th overall, he won an incredible Prefinal despite everything. However, he lost valuable positions in a very rough start to the race and would have to be satisfied with 6th place in the Final. Alex Powell, however, retains 2nd place overall in the WSK Euro Series.
On the weekend of 20th and 21st April, Alex Powell had time to make the round trip to the United States. Racing in Mini Swift, he did not make the trip for nothing, as he won a Homestead Challenge Kart event after a magnificent and intense duel with his rivals at the wheel of his Energy Corse chassis.