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Judd KTM British Youth Nationals goes down a storm at Sherwood. BYN Round 5 – Race Report and Results
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Judd KTM British Youth Nationals goes down a storm at Sherwood. BYN Round 5 – Race Report and Results

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The Judd KTM British Youth National Championship Powered by Parts Europe and the Steve Benton Transport British Under 21 Championship enjoyed a sunny and action packed weekend at Sherwood (September 29 & 30). Joel Winstanley-Dawson, Kalvin Kelly, Bailey Johnston, Jack Grayshon, Ike Carter, Aaron-Lee Hanson and Rossi Beard took the honours at the penultimate round of the series after some fierce battles on the hardpack Mansfield ground.

Images courtesy of RHL Activities 

In the Auto class Joel Winstanley-Dawson was on fire taking the first two opening motos of the weekend and second place in the final two motos. It was a special weekend for Winstanley-Dawson, as he won his first ever British Championship motos and with it he secured the overall for the weekend. Taking second position was Robbie Daly with Lucas Lee in third. Judd Orange Brigade’s Archie Britton, Marley Alder and Leo Wright rounded out the top six. Hayden Statt leads the standings ahead of Archie Britton and Winstanley-Dawson.

In the 65cc category there were some very close battles throughout the weekend and a few victories lost. Kalvin Kelly walked away with the weekend overall, whilst series’ leader Ashton Boughen took second place, just seven points shy of Kelly, having endured a difficult opening moto at the event. Taking third was Billy Askew with 1stCall Travel’s Shaun Mahoney in fourth. Ryan Waggott and Brandon Buckley completed the top six.

In the Small Wheel 85cc class the Judd Orange Brigade machine of Bailey Johnston was on the gas around the Sherwood circuit with a dominating performance. Johnston clinched the overall honours for the weekend with all four moto wins and he now leads the championship by 40 points. Second position was awarded to Wal Beaney, who had an unfortunate final moto following an incident, which left him with no option other than to just finish the race. Third place went to Team Green Kawasaki’s Ben Mustoe, who was closely followed by Reece Ross and Josh Vail who were just one point behind. Fin Wilson ended the weekend in sixth position.

In the Big Wheel 85cc class once again another Judd Orange Brigade machine was on the top step of the podium with rider Jack Grayshon. The KTM-racer took the overall and three of the four race wins, despite some unfortunate motos where the youngster came from dead last to battle through the pack. In second was Charlie Heyman who won moto two, whilst third went to Sam Atkinson, who retains his series’ lead, having enjoyed some close racing with second-in-the-standings Grayshon during the weekend. Completing the top six was Icelandic rider Mani Freyr Peturrson with Ethan Lane in fifth and Drew McCreanor in sixth.

The GL12 Racing machine of Ike Carter ended the weekend with the overall victory, and the series’ lead in the 125cc class ahead of the final round later in October on Weston-Super-Mare beach. It was a hard-fought weekend, with battles throughout the class, especially between the championship leaders. Drew Anderson had an unfortunate opening moto, which cost him the championship lead, but Sunday was a new day and Anderson was on form taking both moto wins whilst securing second position on the podium. Team GB representative Preston Williams, who raced at the Junior World Championship in Australia in August, earned third position in all four motos. Concluding the top six was Patrick Jackson, Max Ingham and James Smith.

In the Open category Aaron-Lee Hanson was unbeatable aboard his Judd Orange Brigade machine. Hanson took four moto wins from four starts, and walked away with the overall to extend his championship points lead. Taking second place on the podium was Dominic Lancett, who had an outstanding first British Open Class weekend having recently made the move from a 125cc to a 250F machine. Third place went to Aaron Colley and rounding out the top six was Josh Greedy, Alex Hudziak and Aaron Patstone.

In the Steve Benton Transport British Under 21 Championship James Mackrel and Rossi Beard were battling hard throughout the weekend with some very close to the line races. Ending the weekend on the top step was Beard with Mackrel taking second. Oliver Benton, Tommy Lee Morris and Howard Wainwright rounded up the top five. Beard leads the championship from Mackrel by six points.

The Dunlop Tyre Award for the fifth round was presented to Joel Winstanley-Dawson for his first ever British Youth Championship win and a second award was given to Finley Evans for getting back up after a big off to battle hard for the remainder of the weekend.

The MotoKing SCOTT Sports Holeshot Awards for round five were presented to Joel Winstanley Dawson, Max Harris, Ben Mustoe, Sam Atkinson, Ike Carter, Aaron Lee Hanson and Rossi Beard.

With no clear championship leaders across all classes the battles will go down to the line on October 27thand 28thon the beach at Weston-super-Mare.

For more information on the Judd KTM British Youth National Championship Powered by Parts Europe and the Steve Benton Transport British Under 21 Championship head over to www.rhlactivities.com

Results

Auto’s

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4
1 236 Joel Winstanley-Dawson 174 45 45 42 42
2 800 Robbie Daly 162 42 40 40 40
3 11 Lucas Lee 145 40 31 36 38
4 101 Archie Britton 145 31 42 45 27
5 5W. Marley Alder 144 36 38 35 35
6 128W Leo Wright 142 38 36 32 36
7 48 Hayden Statt 134 23 28 38 45
8 511W Logan Keane 123 32 34 28 29
9 14 Ellis Nelson 123 33 33 33 24
10 18W Riley-Ray Barrow 122 34 24 31 33
11 414 Logan Burns 122 30 32 29 31
12 254W George Newton 122 35 35 27 25
13 130 Leo Self 120 28 30 34 28
14 60W Leo Wilson 113 26 25 30 32
15 1 Alfie Herron 112 24 29 25 34
16 30 Harvey Rowe 112 29 27 26 30
17 6W Brooklyn Gabbitas 103 27 26 24 26
18 5W Olly Walker 25 25 – – –

Junior 65’s

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4
1 90 Kalvin Kelly 169 45 40 42 42
2 2 Ashton Boughen 162 27 45 45 45
3 441 Billy Askew 158 40 38 40 40
4 11 Shaun Mahoney 158 42 42 36 38
5 55 Ryan Waggott 144 38 36 35 35
6 516 Brandon Buckley 135 35 35 31 34
7 99 Romeo Roper 132 34 33 32 33
8 72 Max Harris 128 36 34 34 24
9 555 Mckenzie Marshall 127 21 32 38 36
10 22 William Murphy 122 33 30 27 32
11 7 Conner Smith 118 26 31 30 31
12 350 Franky Jubb 117 31 28 28 30
13 241 Austin Beasty 114 30 26 29 29
14 80 Zane Stephens 114 32 29 26 27
15 191 Kayden Smith 112 28 23 33 28
16 777W Aston Williams 103 29 25 24 25
17 46W Harry Shand 102 24 27 25 26
18 981W Jimmy Flockhart 94 25 24 22 23
19 226 Micheal McCullach 89 23 22 23 21
20 92 Corey-Jay Hull 83 22 21 20 20
21 531W Calum Betteridge 63 – 20 21 22

Small Wheel 85’s

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4
1 19 Bailey Johnston 180 45 45 45 45
2 326 Wal Beaney 151 42 42 42 25
3 163 Ben Mustoe 148 40 33 33 42
4 84 Reece Ross 147 31 40 36 40
5 79 Josh Vail 147 33 38 38 38
6 65 Fin Wilson 136 30 30 40 36
7 146 Finlay Boxall 135 34 36 34 31
8 8 Jake Randall 132 35 35 27 35
9 512 Finley Evans 128 38 21 35 34
10 12 Jude Turton 128 32 34 30 32
11 181 Tyler Smith 123 36 28 26 33
12 227G Warren Clarke 121 28 32 32 29
13 80 Jack Keenan 118 29 31 28 30
14 44W Luke Wall 109 25 25 31 28
15 50 Charley Irwin 107 27 29 25 26
16 110 Aaron Potterton 103 24 23 29 27
17 58 Jack Wilson 101 26 27 24 24
18 267 Daniel Pierce 95 23 26 23 23
19 60 Ryan Lowes 88 22 22 22 22
20 532 Bobby Crook 87 21 24 21 21

Big Wheel 85’s

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4
1 99 Jack Grayshon 177 45 42 45 45
2 22 Charlie Heyman 169 40 45 42 42
3 127 Sam Atkinson 156 42 34 40 40
4 65 Mani Freyr Peturrson 144 36 38 34 36
5 83 Ethan Lane 143 38 40 27 38
6 54 Drew McCreanor 140 35 36 36 33
7 128 Charlie Palmer 136 34 35 35 32
8 8 Ryan Quirk 130 32 32 32 34
9 49 Eidur Palmarsson 130 33 33 33 31
10 262 Jaygo Beasty 128 25 30 38 35
11 122 Jak Taylor 121 30 31 30 30
12 7 Luke Hull 114 29 28 29 28
13 404 Domonic Newbury 112 27 25 31 29
14 82W Eric Lynch 112 28 29 28 27
15 731 Alfie Jones 104 26 26 26 26
16 108 Robert Storer 58 31 27 – –

BYN 125cc

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4
1 117 Ike Carter 174 45 45 42 42
2 425 Drew Anderson 161 29 42 45 45
3 377 Preston Williams 160 40 40 40 40
4 805 Patrick Jackson 152 42 38 34 38
5 11 Max Ingham 148 38 36 38 36
6 69 James Smith 135 36 32 32 35
7 12 Lewis Wood 134 34 33 35 32
8 433 Jack Lindsay 132 33 34 31 34
9 48 Thomas Dodsworth 131 35 35 30 31
10 57 Kyle McNicol 128 28 31 36 33
11 10 Ben Kennedy 124 32 30 33 29
12 99 Tom Hughes 119 31 29 29 30
13 25 Dalton Dring 30 30 – – –
14 277 Ben Clark 27 27 – – –

BYN Open

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4
1 13 Aaron-Lee Hanson 180 45 45 45 45
2 90 Dominic Lancett 166 42 42 42 40
3 148 Aaron Colley 158 40 40 40 38
4 33 Josh Greedy 151 38 35 36 42
5 727 Alex Hudziak 108 34 – 38 36
6 150W Aaron Patstone 74 36 38 – –
7 800W Lewis Taylor 71 35 36 – –

British Under 21 Champs

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4
1 123 Rossi Beard 174 42 45 42 45
2 65 James Mackrel 174 45 42 45 42
3 63 Oliver Benton 160 40 40 40 40
4 57 Tommy Lee Morris 152 38 38 38 38