Can anyone beat Jack?
A Final Report
We were greeted Sunday afternoon with the presence of a nice warm sunny day, for the first time this year we would have a dry race.
Jack Goldsmith done what he does best and secured another pole position with John Chapple sharing the front row. Adam Loveridge and Luke West made up the second row of the grid.
Luke West was the man on a mission right from the off as he tussled with the front two as Jack finally looked to have some competition, but would it last?
Olli Underwood also had a great start, after just securing himself a place in the A final after winning the B final he swapped 15th for 12th very quickly.
One early battle worth watching was with Joel Young and Joe Crane as they both looked to make an impression on George Margan’s 4th position.
The track just isn’t wide enough for some!
Jack Goldsmith managed to calm the storm and hold his position at the head of the pack, but it still wasn’t comfortable as we soon had a breakaway top three, John Chapple and Luke West were not prepared to let Jack have it all his own way.
Jack Sweetenham, John Carter and Donny Bolt were fighting tooth and nail and were soon joined by Adam Loveridge after his slow start.
Jack Goldsmith managed another fastest lap and the extra point that goes with it as he finally managed to break the advances from the rapid John Chapple.
Duke Sanyal’s first race resulted in an impressive A final result, he found a friend in David Underwood as the pair traded positions, both would have like to have been fighting for another position other than 13th and 14th, another first timer was Peter Hubbard, a fine drive saw him holding down a comfortable 8th.
Jack Goldmsith did what he does best and collected another win ahead of a great drive from John Chapple who collected a not so distant 2nd position. Luke West collected yet more important points in 3rd.