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Motor Sport News - - Sporting Scene - By Graham Brown By Davide­vans By­davide­vans By­davide­vans

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

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