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IAME logo '17 Hor WHITE

usag-red

kartpix-colour

dunlop

jm-colour

andrayv-logo

Arai

mis-red

GO&FUN LOGO

ACS logo

wentvalley logo

gynos
optical-express

lg-electronics

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weldricks

 

harvey

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NEARLY ALL CHANGES FOR BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY.

Round 7 was back to heats and the racing proved to be a closer affair. No change in Iame cadet and its 7 out of 7 for Taylor Barnard, this time he was pushed hard by Luke Watts who looked to have the pace but never made the challenge. X30 Mini was a titanic battle but a couple of nose penulties resulted in the order changing. Kai Askey had his first win of the year and won on track with team mate Georgi Dimitrov finishing 2nd. The whole day then changed, as the usual Rowrah weather suddenly turned into a very heavy down pour. First out were the X30 Juniors, all with no wetsuits on, a determined pole sitter Louie Westover went on to win and show Harry Thompson he was beatable in X30 junior class, certainly in these very wet conditions. X30 Senior saw Mark Litchfield pull out a huge lead from his team mate Hodgson, only to find the local lad Josh Skelton to come along and sort both the PF drivers out and take his maiden LGM victory.