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It may look like it, but Green has not had ev­ery­thing all his own way. At this lat­est round it was Dun­can MacColl (Beta) who lost out on a tie break to give Green the win. The day’s ac­tion was played out be­tween these two all day af­ter MacColl took the lead on the open­ing lap. Green came fight­ing back with the best lap of the trial on his sec­ond tour of the haz­ards but his chal­lenger came back even harder and was un­lucky to miss his first win in the 2017 cham­pi­onship with his best sin­gle-lap score at the close of the day. It’s once again in­con­sis­tency that has kept both Josh Han­lon (Beta) and Oliver Smith (Gas Gas) just off the win­ning pace, but the cham­pi­onship fight as in the other two classes will go all the way to the fi­nal rounds for those much sought-af­ter podium po­si­tions. The tal­ent in this 125cc class is on a par with the world’s best riders, and is a plea­sure to watch.


YOUTH A CLASS RE­SULTS: 1: Billy Green (Beta-UK) 120; 2: Dun­can MacColl (Beta) 92; 3: Josh Han­lon (Beta) 90; 4: Oliver Smith (Gas Gas) 88; 5: Gus Oblein (Sherco) 63; 6: Jake Eley (Ack­lams Beta) 43; 7: Adam Juffs (Beta) 37; 8: Will Tol­son (Beta) 36; 9: Ron­nie Day (Gas Gas) 32; 10: Jack Big­gins (Beta) 28; 11: Zac Collinson (Feet-Up Gas Gas) 22; 12: Joshua Wright (Beta) 19; 13: Joe Faun­thorpe (Beta) 10. ROUND 6 GUISBOROUGH RE­SULTS: 1: Green 70; 2: MacColl 70; 3: Smith 92; 4: Han­lon 109; 5: Collinson 130; 6: Oblein 146; 7: Juffs 153; 8: Day 164; 9: Eley 165. Please note that due to print dead­lines, this cham­pi­onship may have been de­cided by the time you read the mag­a­zine. We do apol­o­gise.

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