TThe second round of the Luscombe Suzuki Leeds British Youth Class C and D British Championship moved to Birdlip Quarry in Gloucestershire where the experienced Zona One Club entertained
forty riders over four laps of ten excellent hazards. wo out of the four classes in the championship have riders on equal points, making for a very interesting season. At the top of the classes in the Class C Standard Wheels Cornwall’s Billy Green is head-to-head with Nottingham’s Daniel Slack. The Cornish boy has a rare talent that has shone through since his early days but Daniel Slack has really got into his stride and now shares the points table with Green, with both on 37 points. Bradford youngster Joe Faunthorpe and his Keighley rival Jacob Snowdon are climbing the tables rapidly. Snowdon has settled into a thinking competitor and it certainly shows. Yorkies are knocking at the door in Class C Medium Wheels, with Bumpy member Charlie Mosley and Edward Earle level on 37 points. In third place is the dynamic Shropshire girl Alice Minta, and the auburn-haired girl takes no prisoners with her attacking riding style. The Zona One results illustrate just how close both Class C categories are in strength. The boys making serious waves in Class D Medium Wheels are Surrey Schoolboys Club members Jack Dance and his club colleague Dale Freeman. Jack is the maximum points’ leader ahead of Freeman, with Bradford’s Jacob Smith and Catterick’s Elliott Laws equal on 28 points. Top of the table in Class D Small Wheels is Henry Stephenson but Harry Hemingway, son of Dan, held sway at Zona One on Sunday. Dominic Horne and Harry Turner head the leader board.