Big success for BYMX at Finningley

Following a week of diligent preparations – much thanks go to the hard working members of the Cambridge JSC led by chairman Kevin Hearn and Jayne Edey. Also full appreciation to Ed Bradley and the DMP track prep team as they all together delivered the perfect setting for round two of this years BYMX series.

The action at Finningley in South Yorkshire proved to be just as glorious as the weather with all five classes on show providing top quality entertainment.
Alexander Brown on the Moto One KTM claimed three heat wins in the 65′s but lost his championship lead following a bag of mixed fortunes in his other two outings. Jed Etchells took one heat win and the overall victory together with the series lead going 2-2-3-1-4. Harry Wichman with a typical gutsy display on the Danger UK Cobra claimed the other race win and second overall. In third place the Twisted Seven Kawasaki piloted by Harry Kimber. Brown totalled in fourth overall with Colin Scott on the money in fifth followed by Callum Meara in sixth.

In a tale of two different days Jay Hague and Conrad Mewse dominated the proceedings in the Small Wheel 85cc section. Hague claimed both moto wins on day one with Mewse turning the tables on Sunday with all three heat wins on his card. Hague won the day however courtesy of his better overall card. Durham lad Hague now shares joint top spot in the Championship standings with Mewse. Sid Evans and Jordan Eccles had a weekend locked together in the top four results over the five race stretch but Evans just got the vote for third overall. Jack Camwell and David Keet were also pretty equally matched for fifth and sixth places respectively.

Jack Gardner, Tom Neal, Robert Davidson and Brad Todd were the four different heat winners in the Big Wheel 85cc class – with Gardner claiming the winners spoils following a truly enthralling weekend battle. Neal took second step on the box followed by Davidson Liam Knight, Todd and Matthew Callaghan. Gardner now gets himself firmly into the championship race as Tom Neal takes over the series lead from Liam Knight in second.

The Youth Open class proved to be meaty beefy big and bouncy as high rollers Bradley Pocock with two heat wins – equally matched by Nathan Watson with two – Ryan Houghton with one, and Jamie McCanney all went bar to bar in a classic contest. Pocock on the Dixon Yamaha together with Houghton on the HM Plant Red Bull KTM proved to be the fastest over the two day piece but ill fortune dropped Houghton down to eighth place overall and Pocock down to third. Both Pocock and Houghton suffered the frustration of stubborn hot machines that failed to re start following slight miss demeanour’s. Both guys however featured in the best race of the weekend – moto four and Pocock won it by a hairs breath as both guys flew past the chequers side by side. Watson and McCanney fought their way through the field time after time to eventually claim positions one and two respectively. Watson finished as the more than worthy winner and new Championship leader by 12 points from Mc Canney. Following a weekend of rapid gating and steely determination fourteen year old Adam Sterry got his just rewards with fourth overall as Jordan Divall entertained for fifth with Mark Perfect again going well for sixth overall.

In the British Two-stroke championship KTM runner Carlton Husband claimed 250cc honours after jumping over the head of most of his opposition in some quality races. Husbands 3-1-1 card was enough to beat Ryan McLean. The 125cc class was won by Luke Remmer, aboard a Mike Forster tuned YZ125. Luke scored three classy wins in his division while mixing it with the 250cc front runners.

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Results
65cc
1     7     Jed Etchells     207     42     42     40     45     38
2     38     Harry Wichman     200     40     45     35     40     40
3     78     Harry Kimber     196     38     38     42     36     42
4     4     Alexander Brown     194     45     21     45     38     45
5     200     Colin Scott     180     34     40     28     42     36
6     101     Cailum Meara     176     35     34     38     35     34
7     121     Adam Dunn     157     32     33     36     21     35
8     80     Archie Osmaston     157     36     35     34     24     28
9     222     Jake Winnard     153     29     29     29     33     33
10     123     Rossi Beard     153     30     31     30     31     31

SW85′s
1     77     Jay Hague     216     45     45     42     42     42
2     44     Conrad Mewse     212     35     42     45     45     45
3     500     Sid Evans     200     42     40     40     40     38
4     3     Jordan Eccles     194     40     38     38     38     40
5     11     Jack Camwell     179     38     36     33     36     36
6     55     David Keet     174     36     35     36     32     35
7     94     Will Jeonney     163     30     33     35     31     34
8     58     Aaron Piper     157     34     27     32     34     30
9     22     Jamie Carpenter     151     27     32     31     28     33
10     711     Dexter Douglas     151     29     31     30     29     32

BW85′s
1     101     Jack Gardner     212     45     45     42     40     40
2     19     Tom Neal     205     42     36     40     45     42
3     114     Robert Davidson     192     32     42     31     42     45
4     34     Liam Knight     190     38     38     38     38     38
5     714     Brad Todd     172     24     35     45     32     36
6     152     Matthew Callaghan     159     33     40     15     36     35
7     7     Jason Meara     156     40     32     36     20     28
8     511     Jay Lamb     156     36     34     29     33     24
9     98     Todd Kellet     153     27     30     28     34     34
10     29     Stuart Fee     147     29     29     34     30     25

Open Youth
1     99     Nathan Watson     212     40     42     45     40     45
2     68     Jamie McCanney     198     42     38     38     38     42
3     57     Bradley Pocock     192     45     20     42     45     40
4     811     Adam Sterry     184     36     40     36     36     36
5     63     Jordan Divall     174     34     35     35     32     38
6     5     Mark Perfect     171     38     33     33     33     34
7     303     Jake Millward     164     35     36     34     35     24
8     119     Ryan Houghton     157     14     45     40     42     16
9     994     Damon Brooks     152     32     32     31     24     33
10     110     Scott Hamilton     149     24     31     30     29     35

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