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Landrake double date! SWOR Motocross Champs Round 6 & 7 – Race Report and Results
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Landrake double date! SWOR Motocross Champs Round 6 & 7 – Race Report and Results

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Rounds 6 and 7 of the Moto-Logic Swor Motocross Series were upon us again and it was Dartmoor MXC who were to host both rounds in a two-day event at Landrake Moto Park the home of the Final Maxxis British Championship of 2019 later in the year. The track was in good shape as to be expected from the LMP Crew.

Report by Michael Rich – Images courtesy of JH Photography and Gary Bide Photography

Day 1 – Saturday – Round 6

With a lot of Expert wildcard entries booked in for the 2 days it was Ross Kersey and Josh Taylor who took off out the front of the field in the opening moto. A mistake from Taylor cost him though, and he was to fall behind the leading pack, only to regroup after a few minutes and get back on the chase and crushing the 15 second gap Kersey had built. Taylor went for a last lap, last corner pass and would take the win by less than a second. Robbie Cross was having some good battles all race with Ben Gibbons and the rising Cornish star aboard the Judd Racing KTM 125 of Louie Kessell who chased hard all race but it was Cross 3rd, Gibbons 4th, Kessell 5th and the 2019 Rookie Arenacross Champion Ben Clayton in 6th.

Kersey was off to the front of the pack again in Race 2, but this time Taylor was fixed on taking the win and did so after a move on lap 3, taking to the front and that’s where he stayed. Kersey would finish 2nd, Cross 3rd, Kessell 4th, Gibbons 5th and Jack Stevens with a solid ride ended up 6th.

In Race 3 it was Kersey out of the gate again and he left the field trailing, but again Taylor was back in front on lap 6 and carried on to take the win from Kersey in 2nd, Cross 3rd, Kessell 4th, Gibbons 5th, and Stevens 6th.

The Seniors also saw a few wildcard entries and it was Josh Griffiths who took the holeshot and the lead for a great start to finish win in Moto1. Alex Shutler was another wildcard entry who was consistent all race for a 2nd place. Jordan Heyman was happy with a solid 3rd place after some mid-moto battles with Kyle Breslan on the TCR Kawasaki in 4th. Joe Philips was having a good time with Grandad Tapscott chasing him down for a respectable 5th and 6th place.

It was again Griffiths who took to the front for the second time of the day in Race 2 and also earning his 2nd win of the day again from Shutler in 2nd and Heyman in 3rd. Kurt “James Stewart” Pugsley was back up to 4th after a close battle all race with Philips and Luke Scriven in 6th.

Griffiths was the man again in Race 3 and took to the front of the pack for the final time and his 3rd win of the day aboard the KTM. Shutler was again to keep a solid 2nd place but the battle behind them was heating up between Heyman, Tom Ingram, Pugsley and Tapscott who were all battling it out from the beginning to the end of the moto and finishing within 2 seconds of each other at the line.

In the first Junior Open race, it was Adam Pellow aboard his KXF who took to the front of the pack but last rounds winner Marc Hoskin, also on a KXF Machine was hot in pursuit and took to the front. Pellow was then able to compose himself from the hard-charging youngster of Cain White and they crossed the line with just 2000th’s of a second separating them. Martin Wherry on the 250 Laundry Team Husquvana had a solid 4th spot after being chased hard by Nic Greeney and Tris Lethaby and they crossed the line basically at the same time with it being so close to call.

The Gate dropped on Race 2 and it was a battle of the toughest up front with many riders chopping and changing positions throughout. It was Wherry who looked to be breaking away from the pack until Cain White came stomping through the pack to take the lead and the win from Hoskins, who was also being chased hard from Wherry but not only did he have that to contend with but Lethaby and Michael Rich in 4th and 5th were also locked on the back of the leading pack and closing in.

With the gate just touching the ground Wherry was straight out in front in Race 3, pulling the holeshot out the bag on the way to take his first perfect Start to finish win of his racing career to the excitement of the crowd the champagne was ready on ice by the time he got back to the pits. Hoskins pushed as hard as he could to catch up but unfortunately just couldn’t make the pass, Adam Pellow finished a solid 3rd, White 4th and Sam Andrews made his way through the pack to just pip Andy Gibbons on the A.J Gibbons racing Yamaha for 5th.

The Junior Elite class had a fantastic line up with Michael Brailey launching out the gate on the Old Guys Rule SX250 machine, notching up consistent lap times through the race to bag his fastest lap and race win on the final lap. Paul Coombes made a surprise entry on the day and took a fantastic 2nd place from Memphis Enright in 3rd, Ethan Pringle 4th and Kevin Pengelly just holding onto 5th at the line.

It was Brailey again out front in Race 2 and he took a fantastic win from Coombes in 2nd. Mark Bates had a solid ride and held off the challenges from Pengelly and Laurence Watkins in 4th and 5th.

Jack Mathews was determined to add another victory to this year’s win tally and he powered his big Crf 450 to the holeshot up the long drag hill start and held his own for a race win. Brailey tried all he could but had to settle for 2nd less than 2 seconds behind the leader at the finish line. Watkins was finding his surf form and coasted his way to 3rd, Pengelly 4th and North Devon favourite Alan Packer had a great ride for 5th.

Day 2 – Sunday – Round 7

With some riders unable to attend both days we were all excited to see who was going to take the honours in each group as day two and round 7 dawned on Landrake.

Seniors Race 1 went to the line first and as the gate dropped it was Jordon Heyman who took to the front of the chasing pack with Wildcard Rider Shiaru Honda on the Buildbase Honda hot in pursuit, and finally making the move for the lead on lap 6 of 8 to take the win from the hard-charging Kyle Breslan on the TCR Kawasaki who came from near on last place on the first lap. 3rd place finisher was the Yamaha of Kurt “Bubba Stewart” Pugsley. Tom Ingram had a really consistent race with flowing lap times to finish 4th just in front of early race leader Jordan Heyman.

It was Nick Cadbury who launched to the front of the pack in Race 2 and took the lead from the hard-charging Ingram who was hungry for a win and made the move on lap 5 to secure himself the podium. Cadbury was 2nd, Pugsley 3rd with Joe Philips putting in a hard charge for 4th with George Olaf in 5th.

In Race 3 it was Carbury at the front of the pack again and looking to secure a win to his 2019 campaign. It did look like it was going to happen until the Final lap where Ingram came from nowhere and made a move to take the win by less than a second from Canbury. Pugsley had a consistent race to finish 3rd again, Philips was 4th but he was chased hard by the Cadburys Boost Yamaha of Richard Tapscott in 5th.

With a few wildcard entries entered for the day, the Expert class was going to be an exciting one for the crowds who arrived to watch some of the best in the South West. Kelvin Townsend was out to show the rest that he meant business on the Tony Maunders/ Dirt bike Bitz Racing Yamaha and did that after passing early leader Ross Kersey on the ASR Honda. Kersey made some good challenges and stuck on the back wheel of the big 450 but settled for 2nd behind Townsend. Mr Indoors himself Ben Clayton was also out to sharpen up on his skills for the day and took a solid 3rd place on the Team Green Wheeldon Off Road Kawasaki 250f. Ben Gibbons on the A.J Racing Honda had a solid ride and showed more great form for 4th place just in front of the Holeshot man of race 1 Ross Parkinson on the Devon and Somerset Sweepers Honda 450 in 5th.

Experts Race 2 was a cracking race for Kersey as he took the holeshot and the lead to take the perfect start to finish win from Townsend who was making his way through the pack after a poor start to finish 2nd just in front of the returning from injury Ben Butler also on the Tony Maunders Racing Kawasaki. Gibbons took another solid 4th place finish and Clayton was 5th.

Race 3 was missing Townsend at the line but as the gate dropped it was Kersey again out in front and he took his 2nd perfect start to finish win from Butler in 2nd, Ross Parkinson in 3rd, Gibbons 4th and Stefan Little who had a great ride for 5th.

The Youth 9 – 14 class was stacked out again with the future stars of the sport all ready to go and it was Ben Zeale who made a statement and took the 1st perfect start to finish win from Owen Roskilly by almost 2 minutes. Sam Napier on the Tyremarks RM85 was so close to the man in 2nd but just couldn’t get any more out of the 85 machine and had to settle for 3rd. Lewis George was locked in a battle for the majority of the race with Dan White on the Kx for a fantastic 4th and 5th.

In Race 2 it was yet again Zeale out front and he took his 2nd start to finish win from Oskilliy in 2nd, Napier 3rd, White 4th who had Dan Veale Chasing hard to finish a great 5th place.

Zeale was out for the hattrick of wins and did just that with a maximum tally of 3 out 3 wins. Roskilly took a great 2nd place just in front of White who pushed him hard all race in 3rd. Veale had a great ride for 4th just pipping Napier in 5th.

In the Junior Elite Race 1 it was Brandon Wilton who took to the front of the pack from Justin Wood and Lawrence Watkins but the tide turned and Watkins was coming for the lead where he held a constant pace to make the pass on the final lap and take his first career win from Wilton in 2nd. Justin Wood took a solid 3rd taking the honours in a three-way battle with less than a second separating himself, Michael Brailey on the old guys rule KTM and Ethan Pringle in 4th and 5th.

Race 2 was much of the same again as Wood took the holeshot and the lead for over half the distance of the race, but Wilton took over at the front of the pack on lap 5 and looked to have the race done but Watkins was there again and did the same as the race before to make the move for the lead and the win on the final lap of the race. Wilton was 2nd, while Brailey rode hard for 3rd, with Wood in 4th and Kevin Pengelly 5th.

It was Pengelly out front in Race 3 and he put his head down to try and break away from the pack but when it came to the finish line Justin Wood was there with both Riders finishing at exactly the same time with no difference in split timing, but the win was awarded to Pengelly, with Wood 2nd, Brailey was 3rd, pushed to the line by Jack Mathews and Ross Norman on the Masons Kings KTM 350 in 5th

The gate dropped on Race 1 of the Junior Open class and it was Martin Wherry who bagged the holeshot, but Michael Rich on the Jim Jams Designs/ R&D Machinery KTM 250 tucked in behind the leader and made a move in the whoops to take the lead where he kept his head down and made a break for it at the front of the field to take his first win of his 2019 campaign. Ryan Hoskins was back on form and took a solid 2nd place finish. Adam Pellow took a great 3rd place from Cain White and Tristan Lethaby in 5th on the Gibbs Racing KTM

Race 2 and the gate dropped and Wherry was there again and bagged the holeshot, but this time White was hot on the tail of the leader when he made a move which allowed Rich to also come through for second and pressure for the lead. White was the man of the race though and took the win from Rich in 2nd, Wherry 3rd, Lethaby 4th and Hoskins 5th.

It was all to play for in Race 3 with the overall honours still up for grabs. White made the perfect start whereas Rich got tangled up with another rider on lap 3, dropping a couple places in the order, but this allowed Lethaby to take 2nd at the line followed by Hoskins 3rd, Wherry 4th and Rich eventually making his way back to 5th after being pushed hard by Adrian Toy in 6th.

The Support races were also great to watch with Barney Henry taking the 3 wins, Darren Brock ended up 2nd, Brent Olderfield 3rd, Dean Milden 4th, and Daniel Cheese 5th.

The club would like to thank all the Marshalls, Medics and Landowners for all their help along with a special mention to the Birthday Boy Nicolas Grenny for organising the marshal cover for both days.

Results

Day 1 – Saturday – Round 6

Experts

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3
1 166 Josh Taylor 135 45 45 45
2 *15 Ross Kersey 126 42 42 42
3 4 Rob Cross CH 120 40 40 40
4 711 Louie Kessel 112 36 38 38
5 13 Ben Gibbons CH 110 38 36 36
6 15 Jack Stevens CH 102 32 35 35
7 11 Ben Clayton CH 101 35 33 33
8 510 Max Flint 97 31 34 32
9 139 Aaron Austin CH 96 34 31 31
10 501 Andy Bushin CH 90 28 32 30
11 51 Mark Cornish CH 82 27 27 28
12 702 Adam Treen CH 76 25 22 29
13 163 Harry Lawrence CH 76 19 30 27
14 181 Aiden Newitt CH 72 26 24 22
15 199 Kieran McClelland CH 70 18 29 23
16 57 Leigh Williams CH 68 23 20 25
17 444 Jason Brooke 67 33 – 34
18 78 Doug Wynne 67 21 28 18
19 115 Taylor Edan CH 65 29 12 24
20 761 David Ford CH 58 20 17 21
21 31 Stefan Little CH 55 30 25 –
22 94 Bradley Taylor CH 52 – 26 26
23 190 Ryan Langdon 50 9 21 20
24 723 Josh Hurley CH 48 17 19 12
25 401 Chester Blair Jn CH 47 24 23 –
26 703 Matthew Treen CH 45 8 18 19
27 6 Harvey Jones 43 10 16 17
28 526 Jordan Watts CH 39 15 13 11
29 53 Richard Grills CH 38 12 10 16
30 84 Josh Francis CH 36 14 9 13
31 315 Josef Scibilia CH 36 22 6 8
32 160 Will Howard 32 7 11 14
33 59 Jordan Veale CH 31 16 – 15
34 196 Chris Clapham CH 27 11 7 9
35 17 Harry Matthews CH 24 – 14 10
36 666 Ben Bowden CH 21 13 8 –
37 214 Joe Haskayne 15 – 15 –
38 52 Connor Hill CH 6 6 – –

Seniors

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3
1 156 Josh Griffiths 135 45 45 45
2 4 Alex Shutler 126 42 42 42
3 27 Jordan Heyman 120 40 40 40
4 456 Kurt Pugsley CH 107 33 38 36
5 577 Tom Ingram 104 32 34 38
6 595 Richard Tapscott CH 103 35 33 35
7 76 Joe Phillips CH 101 36 36 29
8 5 Jordan Hembrow CH 93 34 32 27
9 *53 Kyle Breslan CH 89 38 31 20
10 24 Josh Day CH 87 28 27 32
11 231 Jonathan Budd 84 24 26 34
12 60 Jon Jones CH 82 27 25 30
13 69 Reegan West CH 76 21 29 26
14 22 George Olof CH 75 26 28 21
15 89 Colt Bright 70 22 17 31
16 199 Mark Callcut CH 67 18 21 28
17 112 Jason Sweet CH 66 17 24 25
18 55 George Jones CH 66 23 20 23
19 39 Tom Day 64 19 23 22
20 728 Nick Carbury CH 62 29 – 33
21 20 Josh Symons CH 60 30 30 –
22 188 Korey Kidd CH 55 13 18 24
23 53 Sam Hardwell CH 53 31 22 –
24 444 Luke Scriven 47 12 35 –
25 134 Owen Taylor 44 25 19 –
26 230 Daniel Budd 36 20 16 –
27 111 Mike Skinner 30 16 14 –
28 86 Alex Bickham 29 14 15 –
29 23 Paul Evans CH 28 15 13 –

Junior Elite

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3
1 7 Michael Brailey CH 132 45 45 42
2 17 Kevin Pengelly CH 112 36 38 38
3 321 Laurence Watkins CH 111 35 36 40
4 6 Jack Matthews CH 107 29 33 45
5 217 Paul Coombes CH 105 42 42 21
6 124 Mark Bates CH 99 25 40 34
7 762 Paul Ford CH 99 33 34 32
8 76 Alan Packer CH 98 31 31 36
9 135 Ethan Pringle CH 94 38 25 31
10 24 Mark Osborne CH 93 34 32 27
11 91 Ross Norman CH 92 30 29 33
12 122 Adam Merrifield CH 92 28 35 29
13 8 Memphis Enright CH 91 40 26 25
14 311 Ian Legg CH 90 27 28 35
15 133 Josh Farleigh CH 86 32 30 24
16 36 Kris Fergus CH 81 24 27 30
17 3 Brandon Wilton CH 73 21 24 28
18 48 Toni Burrows CH 71 23 22 26
19 989 Lee Pringle CH 64 20 21 23
20 94 Kester Wood CH 61 16 23 22
21 218 Justin Wood CH 41 22 19 –
22 69 John Trevelyan CH 37 17 20 –
23 31 Steve Little CH 26 26 – –
24 516 Dalton Webber CH 19 19 – –
25 555 John Turner CH 18 18 – –

Junior Open

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3
1 83 Ryan Hoskin CH 129 45 42 42
2 118 Cain White CH 123 40 45 38
3 20 Martin Wherry CH 121 38 38 45
4 12 Tristan Lethaby CH 109 35 40 34
5 141 Sam Andrews CH 104 34 34 36
6 47 Adam Pellow CH 103 42 21 40
7 101 Michael Rich CH 102 33 36 33
8 13 Andy Gibbons CH 94 32 27 35
9 197 Tyler Davis 91 30 31 30
10 224 Lee Mitchell CH 89 22 35 32
11 26 Nick Grenney CH 89 36 30 23
12 29 Iain Enright CH 88 29 32 27
13 81 Mark Newitt CH 84 31 29 24
14 46 Zoe Deacon CH 83 28 33 22
15 244 Tom Millton 82 26 25 31
16 16 Kyle Richards CH 81 27 28 26
17 145 Mark Baldwin CH 77 25 24 28
18 89 Alan Dingle CH 75 24 26 25
19 147 Richard Bawden CH 67 23 23 21
20 11 Dan Merifield CH 63 21 22 20
21 36 Damian Sanders CH 59 20 20 19
22 611 Dan Hazeldine CH 51 16 17 18
23 295 Josh Woollard 51 17 19 15
24 50 Neal Wooldridge CH 48 19 – 29
25 701 David Matthews CH 48 14 18 16
26 84 James Read CH 32 15 – 17
27 25 Dean Lewis CH 18 18 – –

Inter Big Wheel

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3
1 177 Sam Napier CH 132 45 42 45
2 212 Sam Veale CH 129 42 45 42
3 24 Tyler Randle 120 40 40 40
4 124 Ryan Bate CH 114 38 38 38
5 19 Leah Evans CH 108 36 36 36
6 1 Luke Congdon 104 34 35 35
7 96 Harry Jenkins 35 35 – –

Inter Small Wheel

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3
1 41 Owen Roskilly 130 45 45 40
2 81 Lewis George CH 127 42 40 45
3 18 Daniel White CH 124 40 42 42
4 58 Charlie Veale CH 112 36 38 38
5 13 Billy Hall 110 38 36 36
6 10 Jack Daley CH 105 35 35 35

Support

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3
1 731 Barney Henry 87 42 45 –
2 11 Chester Blair Snr 82 40 42 –
3 21 Lloyd Baron 81 45 36 –
4 73 Brent Oldfileld 78 38 40 –
5 97 John Mitchell 72 34 38 –
6 191 Morgan Limpus 70 36 34 –
7 121 Dean Milden 68 35 33 –
8 19 Colin Boniface 64 32 32 –
9 213 Callum Wicks 61 30 31 –
10 71 James Chambers 61 33 28 –
11 321 Anthony Rashbrook 60 31 29 –
12 158 Steve Diment 59 29 30 –
13 242 Sam Gilpin 54 27 27 –
14 9 Rikki Hopkins 53 28 25 –
15 *31 Paul Shannon 51 25 26 –
16 512 Jasmine Coaker 48 24 24 –
17 54 William Jenkins 46 26 20 –
18 363 Luke Horsey 45 22 23 –
19 *21 Richard Doyle 42 20 22 –
20 31 Charles Gold 40 21 19 –
21 7 Jake Parr 36 19 17 –
22 021 Logan Partridge 35 – 35 –
23 161 Pete Harris 32 14 18 –
24 134 Paul Nosworthy 31 16 15 –
25 43 Chris Taylor 31 17 14 –
26 771 Rob Webber 30 23 7 –
27 *9 Richard Dart 27 15 12 –
28 25 Ollie Lock 24 13 11 –
29 4 Elwyn Kerry 21 – 21 –
30 290 James Bull 21 11 10 –
31 743 Harley Edmondson 21 12 9 –
32 15 Rhianna Dix 18 10 8 –
33 34 Jason Reddon 18 18 – –
34 555 John Turner CH 16 – 16 –
35 229 Luke Tallentire 13 – 13 –

Day 2 – Sunday – Round 7

Experts

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3
1 15 Ross Kersey 132 42 45 45
2 75 Ben Butler 117 35 40 42
3 13 Ben Gibbons CH 114 38 38 38
4 31 Stefan Little CH 104 33 35 36
5 3 Ryan Mundell 103 34 34 35
6 510 Max Flint 97 31 32 34
7 596 Ross Parkinson 92 36 16 40
8 139 Aaron Austin CH 91 32 27 32
9 115 Taylor Edan CH 90 28 31 31
10 501 Andy Bushin CH 89 29 30 30
11 94 Bradley Taylor CH 87 30 28 29
12 111 Kelvin Townsend 87 45 42 –
13 161 Brent Harris CH 84 18 33 33
14 51 Mark Cornish CH 83 26 29 28
15 11 Ben Clayton CH 76 40 36 –
16 59 Jordan Veale CH 74 22 25 27
17 181 Aiden Newitt CH 72 24 22 26
18 163 Harry Lawrence CH 70 23 23 24
19 57 Leigh Williams CH 65 21 21 23
20 199 Kieran McClelland CH 65 20 26 19
21 723 Josh Hurley CH 64 19 20 25
22 17 Harry Matthews CH 64 25 18 21
23 901 Colby Walker CH 53 16 17 20
24 70 Shiaru Honda 46 – 24 22
25 526 Jordan Watts CH 36 17 19 –
26 77 Cameron Packer CH 27 27 – –

Seniors

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3
1 577 Tom Ingram 128 38 45 45
2 456 Kurt Pugsley CH 120 40 40 40
3 728 Nick Carbury CH 117 33 42 42
4 76 Joe Phillips CH 110 34 38 38
5 595 Richard Tapscott CH 103 35 32 36
6 24 Josh Day CH 99 32 35 32
7 53 Kyle Breslan CH 96 42 27 27
8 22 George Olof CH 93 26 36 31
9 5 Jordan Hembrow CH 90 31 25 34
10 191 Carl Fuchs CH 89 24 30 35
11 33 Alex Loewy 89 28 28 33
12 20 Josh Symons CH 88 29 31 28
13 60 Jon Jones CH 85 22 34 29
14 29 Andrew Wright CH 66 21 22 23
15 69 Reegan West CH 65 14 21 30
16 30 Jude Gaylard 65 20 19 26
17 257 Adam Weekes CH 65 12 29 24
18 55 George Jones CH 64 23 20 21
19 199 Mark Callcut CH 64 27 18 19
20 717 Fin Trezise 62 13 24 25
21 93 Steve Nicholls 58 15 23 20
22 231 Jonathan Budd 58 25 33 –
23 134 Owen Taylor 52 30 – 22
24 70 Shiaru Honda 45 45 – –
25 112 Jason Sweet CH 43 17 26 –
26 188 Korey Kidd CH 36 19 17 –
27 27 Jordan Heyman 36 36 – –
28 17 Sean Harry 34 18 16 –
29 356 Brendon Phillips CH 16 16 – –
30 44 Chris Paul 11 11 – –

Junior Elite

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3
1 321 Laurence Watkins CH 123 45 45 33
2 218 Justin Wood CH 120 40 38 42
3 7 Michael Brailey CH 118 38 40 40
4 17 Kevin Pengelly CH 112 31 36 45
5 3 Brandon Wilton CH 112 42 42 28
6 6 Jack Matthews CH 107 35 34 38
7 91 Ross Norman CH 100 33 31 36
8 339 Dominic Stoneman CH 97 34 33 30
9 76 Alan Packer CH 95 28 32 35
10 77 Justin Napier CH 91 27 30 34
11 311 Ian Legg CH 90 32 27 31
12 135 Ethan Pringle CH 89 36 24 29
13 24 Mark Osborne CH 86 25 29 32
14 94 Kester Wood CH 82 29 26 27
15 8 Memphis Enright CH 79 26 28 25
16 989 Lee Pringle CH 73 24 23 26
17 124 Mark Bates CH 70 21 25 24
18 555 John Turner CH 68 23 22 23
19 69 John Trevelyan CH 65 22 21 22
20 36 Kris Fergus CH 65 30 35 –

Junior Open

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3
1 118 Cain White CH 128 38 45 45
2 101 Michael Rich CH 123 45 42 36
3 83 Ryan Hoskin CH 118 42 36 40
4 12 Tristan Lethaby CH 116 36 38 42
5 20 Martin Wherry CH 110 32 40 38
6 47 Adam Pellow CH 108 40 35 33
7 18 Adrian Toy CH 104 35 34 35
8 141 Sam Andrews CH 100 34 32 34
9 26 Nick Grenney CH 92 31 31 30
10 13 Andy Gibbons CH 89 30 33 26
11 244 Tom Milton 85 28 26 31
12 46 Zoe Deacon CH 82 26 24 32
13 50 Neal Wooldridge CH 79 23 28 28
14 16 Kyle Richards CH 78 22 27 29
15 29 Iain Enright CH 77 25 25 27
16 197 Tyler Davis 77 27 30 20
17 81 Mark Newitt CH 76 24 29 23
18 11 Dan Merifield CH 68 20 23 25
19 84 James Read CH 65 19 22 24
20 611 Dan Hazeldine CH 61 18 21 22
21 701 David Matthews CH 58 17 20 21
22 224 Lee Mitchell CH 33 33 – –
23 9 Chris Matthews CH 29 29 – –
24 89 Alan Dingle CH 21 21 – –

Inters Big Wheel

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3
1 31 Ben Zeale 135 45 45 45
2 177 Sam Napier CH 124 42 42 40
3 212 Sam Veale CH 122 40 40 42
4 124 Ryan Bate CH 114 38 38 38
5 19 Leah Evans CH 108 36 36 36

Inters Small Wheel

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3
1 41 Owen Roskilly 135 45 45 45
2 18 Daniel White CH 124 40 42 42
3 81 Lewis George CH 120 42 40 38
4 111 Beanie Reece 116 38 38 40
5 58 Charlie Veale CH 108 36 36 36
6 10 Jack Daley CH 105 35 35 35

Support

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3
1 731 Barney Henry 135 45 45 45
2 22 Darren Brock 124 42 42 40
3 73 Brent Oldfileld 122 40 40 42
4 121 Dean Milden 112 36 38 38
5 93 Dan Cheese 106 35 35 36
6 158 Steve Diment 97 31 31 35
7 63 Dan Cox 96 34 28 34
8 213 Callum Wicks 94 33 33 28
9 11 Chester Blair Snr 92 25 34 33
10 321 Anthony Rashbrook 89 28 29 32
11 512 Jasmine Coaker 88 27 30 31
12 161 Pete Harris 83 26 27 30
13 229 Luke Tallentire 79 24 26 29
14 10 Max Heynes 73 22 24 27
15 15 Rhianna Dix 70 21 23 26
16 188 Ben Hallett 68 32 36 –
17 211 Tyler Volz 61 29 32 –
18 305 William Trezise 48 23 25 –
19 103 Justin Gibbs 38 38 – –
20 19 Colin Boniface 30 30 – –