The second round of the WRMXC Muk Junkie Summer Series saw a record breaking turn out at the popular Re Vamped track near Wakefield. Both the weather and the track conditions were near perfect, which lead to a large amount of spectators who were not let down by the quality of the racing.
The A class saw a faultless display from Graham Riley to take three wins from three.A good steady third place and two fourth places was enough to give Ryan Bruce second overall, with Ryan Staveley taking third.
In the B Class, Aaron Woodall recorded a win and two third places for the overall win. A poor third moto meant Jake Hardcastle had to settle for second overall, despite wins in the first two. Stuart Whitaker took third overall.
The Championship C class john Wright’s two wins and a third gave him the overall win. A win in the second moto helped James Brook to second spot, with Ash Senior taking third place.
The Youth Open saw some great racing, with Josh `Tango`Cadman taking a good three from three for the overall win. Three second places secured second overall to Danny Wright, with Josh Seymour taking third.
In the BW 85 class Jack Naylor produced another excellent display, with three wins from three for the overall win. Peter Collins managed to hang on to second overall despite a poor third moto, with Joe Sutcliffe’s good consistant riding giving him third overall.
Two wins and a second place gave Lewis Hall the overall win in the 65 class, just ahead of Declan Hunter. Two thirds and a fourth gave Cain Tailford third overall.
Three good wins from three gave Jack Grayshon a deserved overall win in the Auto class. Three second places gave Ben Clarke second overall, with Oliver Woods taking third on the day.
Full results can be seen online at www.whiterosemxc.com
The next meeting on the 7th & 8th April at the popular Bielby venue, consisting of a practice day on the Saturday 7th and race day on Sunday 8th. Be sure to book in early for this one as it always attracts a good entry.
Photographs: Alex Daniels
Race Report: Ian Lessiter