Jonathan Hoggard and Oliver Hodgson sealed the MSA Junior and Senior titles in the final round of this year’s Super One Series.
For Hoggard, the situation was quite clear cut and he was able to cruise home in seventh place, well behind the victorious Morgan Porter, to win the MSA Junior crown but Hodgson’s triumph was more tense.
Trailing Dean Macdonald coming into the weekend, Hodgson won both heats and both finals to snatch the British title away from his rival, who battled from the back of the grid in both heats but then incurred a nosecone penalty in final one, which ultimately gave Hodgson the edge.
The third MSA title on offer, the coveted MSA Cadet crown, had already been won by Harry Thompson but Thompson, who had also claimed the ABKC Cadet Honda title with a round to spare, ended his Cadet career in fine style with victory in both classes.
Like Thompson, Jenson Butterfield had already won the Mini Max championship but he took another win in the final round with Jonny Edgar sealing second in the standings and a place in the Rotax Grand Finals.
Every other class in action went right down to the wire with several titles only being decided on the last lap of the last race of a typically gruelling season.
Joe Turney had to hold his breath as a last minute shower turned the final lap of the Junior Rotax final into a lottery. However seventh place was enough to take the title as William Pettitt claimed the race win. Turney, along with Pettitt and Hoggard, will go