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British championship results – Foxhill

British championship results – Foxhill
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Adam Sterry took pole position and a one point lead into the first moto. Showing no signs of pressure, Sterry took the lead on lap one with Mackenzie in second but Sterry had the pace and was pulling away. Championship rival Clarke was fourth with Martin Barr putting the pressure on when Clarke’s bike started giving trouble and the Apico Husky rider began dropping down the field and eventually out of the points, leaving his title hopes in tatters.

Martin Barr came through to pass Mackenzie for second but Sterry was nine seconds out front and cool as a cucumber, taking the win giving himself a 24 point lead in the championship over Bryan Mackenzie with one round to go.


In race two it was Clarke to the lead from Mackenzie and Barr while Adam Sterry crashed out of seventh on lap two and remounted in eleventh.

Martin Barr passed Mackenzie and set his sights on Clarke and Luke Norris was on the gas passing Mackenzie for third as Sterry still struggled back in tenth.

Sterry would eventually finish seventh, enough to take his first ever British title in what has been a superb season for the young Wilvo STR KTM star! Steven Clarke won the race as two second places gave Martin Barr a hard earned overall victory at the last round of the season.

Bryan Mackenzie made the podium in his last ever race as a professional and finished third in the championship.

1. Clarke
2. Barr
3. Norris
4. Mackenzie
5. Milward


Pole-sitter Graeme Irwin took the holeshot from Harrison then Simpson, Searle was sixth just behind the fast starting Stuart Edmonds but was quickly into fourth as Simpson moved to second.

Simpson put the pressure on Irwin but Irwin wasn’t giving up the lead easily as Searle tried to get Harrison for third with Searle finally getting the job done and setting his sights on closing a four second deficit to rival Simpson.

Simpson eventually made the pass on Irwin on lap four to take the lead with Searle catching the pair of them. Searle took a couple of laps to get Irwin but made his way into second and chase down a five second lead of Simpson.

Simpson controlled the gap at the front with Searle settling for second knowing two second places will get the job done if Simpson wins both motos. But the gap is now just five points between the two with one moto to go.

1. Simpson
2. Searle
3. Irwin
4. Leok
5. Krestinov

Tommy Searle took the holeshot but Simpson was away in second and took the lead from Searle quickly, with the Scot knowing he has to win the race to have any chance of winning the championship.

Tanel Leok and Graeme Irwin were third and fourth and keeping Searle honest. Simpson had a three second lead as Searle tried to keep the Scot in his sights while not compromising his championship – second was enough for Searle to take the title and the tension was tangible.

Searle eventually broke free of Leok and kept Simpson in his sights, in control and despite Simpson’s best efforts with a 1-1, Searle took the first championship of his adult career.

2. Searle
3. Leok
4. Irwin
5. Lenoir

Searle took his first British title. PIc: Ngel MKinstry

Searle took his first British title. PIc: Ngel MKinstry

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