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NGRRC Donington: Weekend race report and results

Ben Godfrey in action
Ben Godfrey in action Picture: EDP Photo

Ben Godfrey, the 20 year old Engineer from Long Eaton, is just a 20 minute drive from Donington certainly felt at home on his new LED Solutions by the end of the weekend. After splitting with his Morrello team just a few days before Godfrey picked up his new Buildbase prepared BM on Friday night. He swung his leg over it for the first time on Saturday morning.

Despite taking time to figure out how to launch the big beemer off the line he was soon revelling in the power of the Bavarian missile eventually setting a new outright NG lap record for the 1.95 National circuit at 101.54mph (1min 09.38) in the in the third outing of the Phoenix Open. Josh Day on his Crank ZX10 had previously been the man in the open heading home Billy Mellor who on his new Able Engineering BMW in the first two Open outings, but by no more than a bike length or two. Godfrey though was still leaning how to get the best out of his new mount, and when the time was right the team threw in a new rear tyre and the 101.54 lap was the result.

Mellor was the man to beat in the Powerbikes though heading Series leader Roo Cotton and Jamie Harrison on Saturday setting a new Powerbike lap record on Saturday at over 101mph. Whilst on Sunday Cotton made his trademark fast start and was right with Mellor and Godfrey, but lost the front at Roberts…..it looked like a straight forward front ender. That was until his DTR R1 him the high curbing. The R1 barrel-rolled itself to near destruction. Roo walked away but the parts bill has been estimated at about three grand !!!. He still leads the Powerbike championship but has his fingers crossed that the funds can be found and the work can be done to get him on the grid at Oulton in just 5 weeks time.

NG Road Racing have stepped in with the help of the ACU / DTR Racing and Watchwood to give a new home to the 125GP two strokes after being replaced at BSB meetings with the all 250 four stroke Moto Star series as they run alongside the 250’s. There were over 30 two strokes ring-dinging on the grid under a haze of two stroke smoke.

Experienced 125-runner Arnie Shelton took first blood in the series with a double win on the Rusteze Bumper RS125 Honda. In both races Louis Valleley made the early running on the Nykos racing 125 only to she Shelton close him down. Valleley took the runner up spot on Saturday but after leading Sunday’s race he dnf’d the little Nykos leaving the way open for Jamie Edwards to follow Shelton Home.

The 250’s saw another dominant double win for series leader Philip Atkinson on the Declans TZ. Saturday’s race had Atkinson, Ant Hodson and 2012/13 champ Chris Martin out front. Martin though was a little race rusty…. as was his RS250 Honda and he slipped a little off the pace as the race went on finishing just ahead of another former champ Dan Jackson. Dave Hampton made a spirited ride through after running through the gravel at the Roberts Esses to grab sixth behind “Two Stroke Tommy” Lawlor. Sunday saw Atkinson again head Martin, who was much closer this time, with Bruce Dunn having his best ride for some time heading Jackson and Hampton to get on the podium. Ant Hodson was a non-started due to clipping the curb in warm-up, wrenching his knee and his already damaged pelvis from his Cadwell tumble.

Southampton’s Dave Hampton the former 250 GP NG Cup winner splits his racing weekend between the 250 National series on his TZ250 J and RB Racing Yamaha and Dave Pearce built 450 Single Cell Enigma Tigcraft that is backed by Jim Doll from Rhode Island in the USA, where big is usually better, but the Tigcraft is tiny…and quick !.

The little Tigcraft is a real race engineers delight, a bike built for the job intended and Dave is now on a roll after the disappointment of a broken cam chain at Cadwell. Saturdays 500 Open final was run in horrible wet conditions, but Dave hit the front by mid race after starting from the back of the grid after missing the warm up lap. He stretched an astonishing 25-second lead before the chequered flag came out. It was a feat made even impressing when you hear that for the last there laps the bike was stuck in third gear. Dave backed it up with a win on Sunday to now head the EDP Open 500 championship over Greg Maden who revelled in the wet conditions on Saturday, but struggled for pace in the 25 degree sunshine on Sunday. Hampton was a unanimous pick for the Performance of the Meeting award.

Josh Singh took another fine pair of wins on his still battered F125 Aprilia that still has the Cadwell Park crash scars evident. Greg Maden shone in the wet taking the GP45 win by over a minute from series leader Tony Bridgefoot, but Tony won in the sun on Sunday. Donald Hendrey on his 600 Bandit and Jonathan Howarth on his 1985 GSXR 750 Ebay buy were the front runners in the Prostocks. Alan Russell got his Mini Twins championship charge back on track with a win and a second as Paul Wardell took a fine win on Sunday, whilst Daniel Harrison took two fine wins in the Super Twins using Donington as preparation for the TT on his JHS Racing SV650. Tom Blackwell still leads the series though despite writing off one of his SV’s.

Liam Turberfield took his first win in the 700 pre injection class on Saturday, but series leader Jon Wright was back on farm for Sunday to tale the flag, whilst in the bigger 1300 Pre injection it was a double win for former champ Adam Jeffery. The 50 points now see him top the 2016 listings. Another first time winner came in the 1300 Streetstocks as Mark Dangerfield took the win. It was a race that saw Richard Hughes and Jim Walker crash heavily. Hughes bounced back for some points on Sunday in a race that saw Paul Jeffery return to winning ways on his now totally sorted R1.

Josh Day’s preparations for his first trip to the North West 200 continued well as he took both wins in the 600 Open class taking a stunning win on Saturday over championship rival Max Symonds, Louis Dawson and impressive new charger Dylan Roberts. He didn’t have it all his own way though as Louis Dawson and Joe Sheldon-Shaw upped their games. Josh use the back markers perfectly on the final run to the flag, but his 2 and a half-second win was doesn’t reflect how close the race was. Max struggled will ill health and a bike that was not working with his all weekend and had to settle for sixth place on Sunday behind Josh, Louis, Joe Dylan and Sean Montgomery who had his first outing of the year as reigning 600 champ.

A new format for the Desmo Due’s see four points scoring races for the middleweight Ducati’s. So far Martin Cox has been all dominant and to form took race one over Andy Blomfield. Race two saw Andy Challis enjoying his first outing of the year on the ex Dallas Hornblow 620. Challis hit the front just as a puff of smoke came from Cox’s machine. Two laps later Cox pulled in with oil all over his left boot. That was the last we saw of him. Challis took the next three races, but Blomfield with four runners up spots over the meeting swept to the series lead to change the face of the series. Peter Pritchard is still unbeaten in the 600 class on his Bay Studio 600SS, and to be honest it’s difficult to see who can challenge his and the immaculate little Desmo.

On a weekend that was generally hot and sunny the newcomers race went off during a thunderstorm, with Michael Rees taking the 500, John Rutherford the Mini Twin and new-found rain master Simon Bastable the open on his Robin Bastable Race Support R6 the Open

Sidecars have always featured strongly in the NG race programme, so it was great to see another good grid of three wheelers on Donington, as many crews are in the final preparation stages for the Isle of Man TT. Manxman Dave Molyneux and Dan Sayle rocked up for a final test on the DMR Honda but his preparation took a know as his bike expired in a cloud of oily smoke….

Better here than on the Island I guess. Their demise meant that John and Jake Lowther had a fairly untroubled second half of the race to head home reigning British F2 champ Alan Founds with Dean Kilkenny in the chair. Sunday though had a change of passenger for Founds, as Sam Christie stepped in on the Trustland LCR. There was early pressure from the Lowther’s until they were forced out, leaving Founds and Christie to take the win over the hard charging Scottish crew of NG reigning champs Jim Hamilton and Mick Fairhurst on the Jebs Engineering LCR1000. Jim and Mick went one better than their third place on Saturday to have one of their best weekends against some quality opposition.

Results:

NG - Donington Park 7th/8th May

SATURDAY 7th

PHEONIX OPEN

Race 20 - 5 laps

1 Josh Day (Yamaha) 5:56.70s, 2 Billy Mellor, 3 Ben Godfrey, 4
Roo Cotton, 5 Jamie Harrison, 6 Chris Pope, 7 Max Symonds, 8 David Hall, 9
Duncan Gibson, 10 Garry Hamilton, 11 Forest Dunn, 12 Leigh Corfield, 13 Andy
Hayes, 14 Michael Vincent, 15 Michael Bank

FORMULA 400 & GP45
& FORMULA PROSTOCK

Race 21 - 6 laps

F125

1 Josh Singh (Aprilia) 11:20.31s, 2 Mike Wilson

F400

1 Tim Bradley (Yanaha) 9:32.49s, 2 Simon Wilkins, 3 John Price,
4 Paul Ellerker, 5 Andrew Carden, 6 Tom Harrison, 7 Aaron Mellish, 8 Michael
Rees, 9 Dan Tilley, 10 Dan Hanby, 11 Mark Walker, 12 Steven Foot, 13 Simon
Story

GP45

1 Greg Maden (KTM) 9:57.57s, 2 Tony Bridgeford, 3 Paul Annetts

FP1

1 Andreas Jelden (Yamaha) 10:59.33s, 2 Andrew Howe

FP2

1 Chris Saltinstall (Moto Guzzi) 9:36.42s

FP3

1 Donald Hendry (Suzuki) 10:08.22s, 2 William Harrison, 3 Keith
Chambers, 4 John Potton

STREETSTOCKS 1300 &
PRE INJECTION 1300 & 700

Race 23 - 6 laps

1300

1 Mark Dangerfield (Honda) 9:01.16s, 2 Paul Jeffery, 3 Jeff
White

PI 1300

1 Adam Jeffery (Yamaha) 9:08.49s, 2 Paul Harlington, 3 Tim
Hawkins, 4 Kevin Clayton, 5 Paul Dyer, 6 John Goulding, 7 Andy Bailey

PI 700

1 Liam Turberfield (Yamaha) 9:16.14s, 2 James Griffiths, 3 Jon
Wright, 4 James Harrington, 5 Alastair Reeve, 6 Dean Osborne, 7 Patrick Evans,
8 Michael Burke, 9 Jamie Gillon, 10 Paul Drinkwater, 11 John Bundy, 12 Andy
Claridge, 13 Mark Birkett, 14 Stuart Creedy, 15 Lee Meek

POWERBIKES &
STREETSTOCKS 700

Race 1 - 5 laps

PBIKE

1 Roo Cotton (Yamaha) 6:09.90s, 2 Billy Mellor, 3 Chris Pope, 4
Dave Irons, 5 Sam Middlemas, 6 Tom Lenagh, 7 Jim Walker, 8 Colin Thompson, 9
Duncan Gibson, 10 Leigh Corfield, 11 Ben Godfrey, 12 David Hall, 13 Jamie
Harrison, 14 Mark Dangerfield, 15 Michael Vincent

700

1 Eddie Whitehurst (Kawasaki) 6:49.22s, 2 Chris Dickinson, 3
Tom Williams, 4 Dan Barfoot, 5 Adam Grosch, 6 Jason Turner, 7 Shaun Wynne, 8
Chris Whitehouse, 9 Richard Leonard, 10 Ross Orchard, 11 Rab Lavender, 12
Andrew Turner

Race 14 - 6 laps

PBIKE

1 Billy Mellor (BMW) 7:05.85s, 2 Roo Cotton, 3 Jamie Harrison,
4 David Hall, 5 Sam Middlemas, 6 Jim Walker, 7 Dave Irons, 8 Tom Lenagh, 9
Colin Thompson, 10 Leigh Corfield, 11 Mark Dangerfield, 12 Michael Vincent, 13
Michael Banks, 14 Gary Stevens, 15 Jack Mousley

700

1 Tom Williams (Triumph) 7:54.03s, 2 Eddie Whitehurst, 3 Chris
Dickinson, 4 Dan Barfoot, 5 Chris Whitehouse, 6 Shaun Wynne, 7 Jason Turner, 8
Ross Orchard, 9 Richard Leonard, 10 Rab Lavender

SIDECARS

Race 19 - 8 laps

1 Lowther/Lowther (Honda) 10:28.38s, 2 Found/Kilkenny, 3
Hamilton/Fairhurst, 4 O’Neill/Galligan, 5 Morpher/Halliburton, 6 Morgan/Morgan,
7 Nicholls/Avison, 8 Hawkins/Lowther, 9 Jackson/Child, 10 Millington/Roberts,
11 Hackney/Mitchell, 12 Stainton/Stainton, 13 Downes/Hainsworth, 14 Lowther/N
Lowther

250 GP & 125 GP
& 250 NG CUP & PRE 92

Race 13 - 10 laps

1 Phil Atkinson (Yamaha) 12:23.27s, 2 Ant Hodson, 3 Chris
Martin, 4 Daniel Jackson, 5 Thomas Lawlor, 6 Dave Hampton, 7 Bruce Dunn, 8
Darrell Higgins, 9 Rich Grinling, 10 Mark Linton, 11 Simon Hunt, 12 Paul
Metcalfe, 13 Adrian Martin, 14 Arnie Shelton, 15 Louis Valleley

SOUNDS OF THUNDER &
SUPER TWINS

Race 3 - 6 laps

SoT

1 Jonathan Railton (Ducati) 7:27.34s, 2 Sam Middlemas, 3 Peter
Carr, 4 Dave Mackay, 5 Dave Irons, 6 Shane Smith, 7 Allister Haynes, 8 Chris
Matthews, 9 Paul Willis, 10 Austin Wren, 11 Paul Shook, 12 Chris Dickinson, 13
Stuart McCann, 14 James Dickinson, 15 Mark Purslow

STwin

1 Daniel Harrison (Suzuki) 8:04.73s, 2 William Holland, 3 Tom
Blackwell, 4 Ryan Kneen, 5 Pete Gibson, 6 Nick Fry, 7 Jonathan Wells, 8 Paul
Williams, 9 Samuel Mousley, 10 Chris Kenchington, 11 Jon Rutherford, 12 Steve
Colville, 13 Claye Harding, 14 Peter Marshall

Race 16 - 8 laps

SoT

1 Jonathan Railton (Ducati) 9:48.80s, 2 Sam Middlemas, 3 Peter
Carr, 4 Dave Irons, 5 Chris Matthews, 6 Paul Willis, 7 Shane Smith, 8 Allister
Haynes, 9 Paul Shook, 10 Chris Dickinson, 11 Jonathan Stenning, 12 Austin Wren,
13 Neil Appleton, 14 Jason Turner, 15 Stuart McCann

STwin

1 Daniel Harrison (Suzuki) 10:45.57s, 2 Ryan Kneen, 3 William
Holland, 4 Tom Blackwell, 5 Samuel Mousley, 6 Pete Gibson, 7 Jonathan Wells, 8
Steve Colville, 9 Jon Rutherford, 10 Nick Fry, 11 Chris Kenchington, 12 Claye
Harding, 13 Peter Marshall

OPEN 500 & MINI
TWINS

Race 12 - 6 laps

500

1 Dave Hampton (Tigcraft Minimoto) 8:05.76s, 2 Ben Harrison, 3
Michael Rees, 4 Tony Bridgefoot, 5 Greg Maden, 6 Ewan Potter, 7 Simon Story, 8
Paul Annetts, 9 John Marshell

MT

1 Tom Blackwell (Suzuki) 8:09.02s, 2 Paul Wardell, 3 Mark
Labudek, 4 William Holland, 5 Alan Russell, 6 Jordan Boyle, 7 Jake Dettloff, 8
Jeremy Doughty, 9 Nick Fry, 10 Samuel Mousley, 11 Jonathan Wells, 12 Steve
Colville, 13 Pete Gibson, 14 Charles Morgan, 15 Paul Williams

Race 24 - 6 laps

500

1 Dave Hampton (Tigcraft Minimoto) 9:19.44s, 2 Greg Maden, 3
John Price, 4 Ewan Potter, 5 Michael Rees, 6 Steven Foot, 7 Tony Bridgefoot, 8
Simon Story, 9 Paul Annetts

MT

1 Alan Russell (Suzuki) 9:13.66s, 2 William Holland, 3 Paul Wardell,
4 Jake Dettloff, 5 Paul Williams, 6 Jonathan Wells, 7 Jeremy Doughty, 8 Jon
Rutherford, 9 Tim Hawkins, 10 Charles Morgan, 11 Edward Giles, 12 Ross Taylor,
13 Michael Jackson, 14 Steve Colville, 15 Claye Harding

OPEN 600

Race 6 - 6 laps

1 Josh Day (Yamaha) 7:22.69s, 2 Max Symonds, 3 Louis Dawson, 4
Shane Smith, 5 Todd Ellis, 6 Ryan Varley, 7 Jon Wright, 8 Tom Vear, 9 Dylan
Roberts, 10 Paul Shook, 11 Andy Hayes, 12 Lewis Meldrum, 13 Allister Haynes, 14
Kenny Shepherd, 15 Simon Bastable

Race 18 - 8 laps

1 Josh Day (Yamaha) 9:42.35s, 2 Max Symonds, 3 Louis Dawson, 4
Dylan Roberts, 5 Todd Ellis, 6 Lewis Meldrum, 7 Ryan Varley, 8 Tom Williams, 9
Andy Hayes, 10 Kenny Shepherd, 11 Allister Haynes, 12 Shane Smith, 13 Jon
Wright, 14 Paul Shook, 15 Simon Bastable

OPEN NEWCOMERS & 500
NEWCOMERS & MINI TWIN NEWCOMERS

Race N1 - 5 laps

OPEN

1 Simon Bastable (Yamaha) 7:43.35s, 2 Tim Hawkins, 3 James
Griffiths, 4 Terry Alderslade, 5 Paul Dyer, 6 Wesley Cole, 7 Kayla Barrington,
8 Andy Whitehurst, 9 John Dudman

500

1 Michael Rees (Kawasaki) 8:25.03s, 2 Steven Footv 3 Tom
Harrison, 4 Dan Hanby, 5 Simon Story

MT

1 Jon Rutherford (Suzuki) 8:13.25s, 2 Jonathan Wells, 3 Jake
Dettloff, 4 Steve Colville, 5 Jamie Hackeborn, 6 Simon Pearson

DESMO DUE

Race 4 - 6 laps

1 Martin Cox (Ducati 620) 8:30.16s, 2 Andy Blomfield, 3 Andy
Challis, 4 Scott Wilson, 5 Paul Payne, 6 Brian Alexander, 7 Alan Ball, 8 Andy
Taylor, 9 Peter Pritchard, 10 Mark Hamilton, 11 David Young, 12 Kevin Ellis 13
Giles Hepworth, 14 Michael Burke, 15 Jack Younge

Race 17 - 8 laps

1 Andy Challis (Ducati 620) 11:22.01s, 2 Andy Blomfield, 3 Paul
Payne, 4 Scott Wilson, 5 Duncan Baillie, 6 Alan Ball, 7 Peter Pritchard, 8
David Young, 9 Mark Hamilton, 10 Michael Burke, 11 Kevin Ellis, 12 Andy Taylor,
13 Giles Hepworth, 14 Jack Younge, 15 Steve Baden

F2 SIDECARS

Race 15 - 10 laps

1 Founds/Walmsley (Suzuki) 12:38.57s, 2 Crawford/Farrance, 3
Bell/Bell, 4 Ramsden/Ramsden, 5 Reeves/Kilkenny, 6 Harrison/Patterson, 7
Lowther/Lowther, 8 Blackstock/Rosney, 9 Gibson/Gibson, 10 Dukes/Moralee, 11
Lillie/Chandler, 12 Christie/Christie, 13 Morphet/Halliburton, 14 Hanks/Perry,
15 Demott/Jones

SUNDAY 8th

PHEONIX OPEN

Race 8 - 5 laps

1 Josh Day (Yamaha) 5:58.48s, 2 Billy Mellor, 3 Ben Godfrey, 4
Roo Cotton, 5 Chris Pope, 6 Jamie Harrison, 7 Duncan Gibson, 8 Leigh Corfield,
9 Jordan Rushby, 10 Joe Sheldon-Shaw, 11 Michael Bank, 12 Garry Hamilton, 13
Ryan Varley, 14 Jonathan Stenning, 15 Gavin Lupton

Race 20 - 8 laps

1 Ben Godfrey (BMW) 9:27.08s, 2 Josh Day, 3 Billy Mellor, 4
Jamie Harrison, 5 Joe Sheldon-Shaw, 6 Jordan Rushby, 7 Chris Pope, 8 Max
Symonds, 9 Ryan Varley, 10 Duncan Gibson, 11 Peter Carr, 12 Garry Hamilton, 13
Gavin Lupton, 14 Andy Hayes, 15 Michael Bank

FORMULA 400 & GP45
& FORMULA PROSTOCK

Race 9 - 7 laps

F125

1 Mike Wilson (Aprilia) 9:47.68s, 2 Josh Singh

F400

1 Tim Bradley (Yamaha) 9:26.20s, 2 Paul Ellerker, 3 John Price,
4 Ben Harrison, 5 Andrew Carden, 6 Michael Rees, 7 Simon Wilkins, 8 Dan Tilley,
9 Aaron Mellish, 10 Tom Harrison, 11 Matt Robertson, 12 Dan Hanby, 13 Steven
Foot, 14 Simon Story, 15 Connor Swyr

GP45

1 Greg Maden (KTM) 10:08.28s, 2 Tony Bridgefoot, 3 Paul
Annetts, 4 Elfed Weaver

FP1

1 Jonathan Howarth (Suzuki) 9:34.85s, 2 Andreas Jelden

FP2

1 Ben Maxwell (Suzuki) 10:50.17s, 2 Chris Saltinstall

FP3

1 Donald Hendry (Suzuki) 9:50.58s, 2 John Potton, 3 Keith
Chambers, 4 William Harrison, 5 Gareth Sutton

NP

1 David Young (Ducati) 10:38.92s

Race 21 - 8 laps

F125

1 Josh Singh (Aprilia) 11:27.80s, 2 Mike Wilson

F400

1 Tim Bradley (Yamaha) 10:45.04s, 2 Paul Ellerker, 3 Ben
Harrison, 4 John Price, 5 Andrew Carden, 6 Dan Tilley, 7 Simon Wilkins, 8
Michael Rees, 9 Aaron Mellish, 10 Tom Harrison, 11 Matt Robertson, 12 Dan
Hanby, 13 Steven Foot, 14 Simon Story, 15 Connor Swyr

GP45

1 Tony Bridgefoot (KTM) 11:37.72s, 2. Greg Maden, 3 Paul
Annetts

FP1

1 Jonathan Howarth (Suzuki) 10:45.74s, 2 Andrew Howe, 3 Andreas
Jelden

FP2

1 Chris Saltinstall (Moto Guzzi) 11:19.00s

FP3

1 Donald Hendry (Suzuki) 11:20.61s, 2 Keith Chambers, 3 William
Harrison, 4 John Potton, 5 Gareth Sutton

NP

1 David Young (Ducati) 12:06.25s

STREETSTOCKS 1300 &
PRE INJECTION 1300 & 700

Race 11 - 7 laps

1300

1 Paul Jeffery (Yamaha) 9:06.23s, 2 Mark Waplington, 3 Richard
Hughes, 4 Jeff White, 5 Chris Wood, 6 Andrew Sams

PI 1300

1 Graham Ward (Kawasaki) 9:11.41s, 2 Adam Jeffery, 3 Tim
Hawkins, 4 Paul Harlington, 5 Kevin Clayton, 6 Jonathan Howarth, 7 John
Goulding, 8 Paul Dyer, 9 Kelvin Phillips

PI 700

1 Jon Wright (Honda) 9:18.83s, 2 Dean Osborne, 3 James
Griffiths, 4 Jamie Gillon, 5 Rob Temple, 6 Michael Burke, 7 Chris Bulley, 8
James Harrington, 9 John Bundy, 10 Andrew Thorne, 11 Stuart Creedy, 12 Alastair
Reeve, 13 Terry Rigaux, 14 Patrick Evans, 15 Alex Skyme

Race 23 - 8 laps

1300

1 Paul Jeffery (Yamaha) 10:13.68s, 2 Mark Waplington, 3 Richard
Hughes, 4 Mark Dangerfield, 5 Chris Wood, 6 Jeff White, 7 Andrew Sams

PI 1300

1 Adam Jeffery (Yamaha) 10:36.65s, 2 Paul Harlington, 3 Tim
Hawkins, 4 John Goulding, 5 Paul Dyer, 6 Kelvin Phillips

PI 700

1 Jon Wright (Honda) 10:21.51s, 2 Rob Temple, 3 Dean Osbourne,
4 James Griffiths, 5 Chris Bulley, 6 Andrew Thorne, 7 Liam Turberfield, 8 Jamie
Gillon, 9 Terry Rigaux, 10 Paul Drinkwater, 11 James Harrington, 12 John Bundy,
13 Alastair Reeve, 14 Patrick Evans, 15 Alex Skyme

SIDECARS

Race 7 - 7 laps

1 Found/Kilkenny/Christie (Suzuki) 9:04.28s, 2
Hamilton/Fairhurst, 3 O’Neill/Galligan, 4 Morgan/Morgan, 5 Morpher/Halliburton,
6 Gray/Christie, 7 Jones/Bryant/Storey, 8 Jackson/Child, 9 Riley/Parker, 10
Millington/Roberts, 11 Shand/Hyde, 12 Hackney/Mitchell, 13 Stainton/Stainton,
14 Downes/Hainsworth, 14 Lowther/N Lowther

Race 19 - 8 laps

1 Found/Kilkenny/Christie (Suzuki) 10:26.09s, 2
Hamilton/Fairhurst, 3 O’Neill/Galligan, 4 Gray/Christie, 5 Morgan/Morgan, 6
Morpher/Halliburton, 7 Riley/Parker, 8 Jackson/Child/James, 9
Jones/Bryant/Storey, 10 Millington/Roberts, 11 Hackney/Mitchell, 12 Lowther/N
Lowther, 13 Downes/Hainsworth

250 GP & 125 GP
& 250 NG CUP & PRE 92

Race 13 - 12 laps

250/NG

1 Phil Atkinson (Yamaha) 15:00.19s, 2 Chris Martin, 3 Bruce
Dunn, 4 Daniel Jackson, 5 Dave Hampton, 6 Thomas Lawlor, 7 Darrell Higgins, 8
Adrian Martin, 9 Rich Grinling, 10 Mark Linton, 11 Simon Hunt, 12 Paul
Metcalfe, 13 Nick Sansome, 14 Phil Guillou, 15 Carl Hudson

125

1 Arnie Shelton (Honda) 15:58.57s, 2 Jamie Edwards, 3 James
Hind, 4 Emma Franklin, 5 Gavin Mills, 6 David Wales, 7 Alun Thomas, 8 Sean
Dobie

SOUNDS OF THUNDER &
SUPER TWINS

Race 3 - 7 laps

SoT

1 Jonathan Railton (Ducati) 8:33.21s, 2 Sam Middlemas, 3 Chris
Matthews, 4 Dave Irons, 5 Peter Carr, 6 Jonathan Stenning, 7 Allister Haynes, 8
Shane Smith, 9 Austin Wren, 10 Neil Appleton, 11 James Dickinson, 12 Stuart
McCann, 13 Chris Whitehouse, 14 Mark Purslow, 15 Jason Turner

STwin

1 Daniel Harrison (Suzuki) 9:08.98s, 2 William Holland, 3 Tom
Blackwell, 4 Steve Colville, 5 Nick Fry, 6 Jon Rutherford, 7 Paul Williams, 8
Jonathan Wells, 9 Chris Kenchington, 10 Claye Harding

Race 16 - 8 laps

SoT

1 Jonathan Railton (Ducati) 9:44.68s, 2 Sam Middlemas, 3 Chris
Matthews, 4 Peter Carr, 5 Allister Haynes, 6 Dave Irons, 7 Jonathan Stenning, 8
Austin Wren, 9 Stuart McCann, 10 Mark Purslow, 11 Neil Appleton, 12 Jason
Turner, 13 Andy Pike, 14 Murray Hambro, 15 Terry Alderslade

STwin

1 Daniel Harrison (Suzuki) 10:30.89s, 2 William Holland, 3 Tom
Blackwell, 4 Nick Fry, 5 Paul Williams, 6 Steve Colville, 7 Jon Rutherford, 8
Jonathan Wells, 9 Claye Harding, 10 Chris Kenchington

OPEN 500 & MINI
TWINS

Race 12 - 4 laps

500

1 Dave Hampton (Tigcraft Minimoto) 5:20.05s, 2 John Price, 3
Michael Rees, 4 Greg Maden, 5 Ewan Potter, 6 Tony Bridgewater, 7 Steven Foot, 8
Simon Story

MT

1 William Holland (SFV) 5:28.71s, 2 Paul Wardell, 3 Alan
Russell, 4 Tom Blackwell, 5 Jake Dettloff, 6 Jeremy Doughty, 7 Charles Morgan,
8 Paul Williams, 9 Marl Labudek, 10 Jonathan Wells, 11 Steve Colville, 12
Jordan Boyle, 13 Tim Hawkins, 14 Jon Rutherford, 15 Nick Fry

Race 24 - 8 laps

500

1 Dave Hampton (Tigcraft Minimoto) 10:33.02s, 2 John Price, 3
Michael Rees, 4 Greg Maden, 5 Tony Bridgewater, 6 Simon Story, 7 Steven Foot

MT

1 Paul Wardell (Suzuki) 10:51.67s, 2 Alan Russell, 3 Tom
Blackwell, 4 Jordan Boyle, 5 Mark Labudek, 6 Jake Dettloff, 7 William Holland,
8 Paul Williams, 9 Steve Colville, 10 Jeremy Doughty, 11 Nick Fry, 12 Tim
Hawkins, 13 Charles Morgan, 14 Jon Rutherford, 15 Peter Lacey

OPEN 600

Race 6 - 7 laps

1 Josh Day (Yamaha) 8:31.04s, 2 Louis Dawson, 3 Max Symonds, 4
Dylan Roberts, 5 Joe Sheldon-Shaw, 6 Ryan Varley, 7 Todd Ellis, 8 Kenny
Shepherd, 9 Sean Montgomery, 10 Allister Haynes, 11 Andy Hayes, 12 Jon Wright,
13 Tom Vear, 14 Shane Smith, 15 Austin Wren

Race 18 - 8 laps

1 Josh Day (Yamaha) 9:43.93s, 2 Louis Dawson, 3 Joe
Sheldon-Shaw, 4 Dylan Roberts, 5 Sean Montgomery, 6 Max Symonds, 7 Jordan
Rushby, 8 Ryan Varley, 9 Todd Ellis, 10 Allister Haynes, 11 Andy Hayes, 12
Kenny Shepherd, 13 Jon Wright, 14 Tom Vear, 15 Simon Bastable

POWERBIKES &
STREETSTOCKS 700

Race 1 - 4 laps

PBIKE

1 Billy Mellor (BMW) 4:47.94s, 2 Ben Godfrey, 3 Jamie Harrison,
4 Sam Middlemas, 5 Roo Cotton, 6 Dave Irons, 7 Chris Pope, 8 Colin Thompson, 9
Michael Blank, 10 Leigh Corfield, 11 Michael Vincent, 12 Duncan Gibson, 13 Tom
Williams, 14 Mark Dangerfield, 15 Chris Dickinson

Race 14 - 5 laps

PBIKE

1 Billy Mellor (BMW) 5:56.59, 2 Ben Godfrey, 3 Jamie Harrison,
4 Sam Middlemas, 5 Chris Pope, 6 Leigh Corfield, 7 Duncan Gibson, 8 Dave Irons,
9 Michael Bank, 10 Colin Thompson, 11 Michael Vincent, 12 Mark Waplington, 13
Mark Dangerfield, 14 Wesley Cole, 15 Jason Brewster

700

1 Tom Williams (Triumph) 6:25.26s, 2 Dan Barfoot, 3 Eddie
Whitehurst, 4 Chris Dickinson, 5 Shaun Wynne, 6 Jason Turner, 7 Chris
Whitehouse, 8 Ross Orchard, 9 Richard Leonard, 10 Rab Lavender

DESMO DUE

Race 4 - 7 laps

1 Andy Challis (Ducati 620) 9:57.15s, 2 Andy Blomfield, 3 Paul
Payne, 4 Duncan Baillie, 5 Scott Wilson, 6 Peter Pritchard, 7 Brian Alexander,
8 Kevin Ellis, 9 David Young, 10 Jack Younge, 11 Michael Burke, 12 Steve Baden,
13 Giles Hepworth, 14 Andy Taylor, 15 Miles Watson-Cort

Race 17 - 8 laps

1 Andy Challis (Ducati 620) 11:24.99s, 2 Andy Blomfield, 3 Paul
Payne, 4 Duncan Baillie, 5 Scott Wilson, 6 Brian Alexander, 7 Peter Pritchard,
8 Alan Ball, 9 David Young, 10 Kevin Ellis, 11
Jack Younge, 12 Mark Hamilton, 13 Giles Hepworth, 14 Andy Taylor, 15
Michael Burke

F2 SIDECARS

Race 15 - 10 laps

1 Founds/Walmsley (Suzuki) 12:40.26s, 2 Ramsden/Ramsden, 3
Bell/Bell, 4 Reeves/Kilkenny, 5 Wallis/Payne, 6 Gibson/Gibson, 7
Christie/Christie, 8 Morphet/Halliburton, 9 Nicholls/Avison, 10 Demott/Jones,
11 Morgan/Morgan, 12 Riley/Parker, 13 Millington/Roberts, 14 Jackson/Child

Performance of the
meeting - Dave Hampton

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