The Lansdowne circus visited Castle Combe, with the North Glos Club recently and in qualifying, Mike Russell stole pole position from Dean Stimpson by just 0.077second, with Glen English just 0.577 behind. Race one, over eight laps of the 1.85 mile circuit was led from the start by Glen English, Chris Firmin, Alex Sinclair, Dean Stimpson and Mike Russell. After the eight laps they all crossed the finish line within three seconds of each other, and their fastest laps were only 0.3secs apart. The order was English, Firmin, Sinclair, Stimpson and Russell, with Russell getting the fastest lap. The Museum WRR class was won by championship leader Seb Perez fromtony Perkin and Richard Hann, and the Avon 350cc class win went to Ian Lucas, ahead of Roger Ashby and George Chapman.the Classic Motorcycle honours were claimed by Sam Rhodes, Velocette, with Duncan Fitchett, Manx, and Peter Crew, 1000cc Vincent. Race two carried on where race one left off until Stimpson stepped off the Izzard Manx in a big way, breaking off the fork yokes, which split up the pack. The finishing order was Firmin, Russell and Sam Clews – having his best ride of the year. In the WRR class Perkin got the better of Perez with Hann third again. All the 350cc bikes had problems and in the TCM class the Rhodes Velocette expired leaving Fitchett to win from Crew’s Vincent and Dave Matraver’s Manx. By race three the Izzard team had rebuilt Stimpson’s Manx with a borrowed set of front forks but it was to no avail as 300yards from the start there was a coming together of four bikes in midfield, and with three of the riders hurt the race was red-flagged. The air-med helicopter was brought in along with two ambulances which caused a long stoppage and it was decided not to rerun the race. Thankfully all riders will recover, with the worst injuries being two broken legs and a collar bone, all suffered by Andy Clews.