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Organiser: Spedeworth Starters: 31 When: November 6
Fresh from his success in the Scottish series final at Lochgelly on Saturday night, Rob Mcdonald repeated the exercise further south on Sunday evening at Hednesford Hills.
Mcdonald picked up a heat win before overcoming tough opposition in a final littered with crashes and caution periods.
The damp, cold and slippery track necessitated wets for all runners in heat one. Alistair Lowe headed them away chased by Danny Hunn, Dick Hillard and Paul Frost, until they were all brought up short by a yellow flag. It was thrown because Terry Hunn and Chris Haird were up against the wall.
At the restart, Lowe lost the lead to Danny Hunn but the man to watch was Mcdonald. The Scot was almost driving in dirt track style as he carved through the placemen. He appeared in second just beyond half distance and swept to the front around Hunn’s outside for a classic victory.
Ivan Grayson set the early pace in heat two with Lowe chasing initially until he