Trial Magazine - - INVITATION ONLY -

Fol­low­ing on from its Bri­tish Cham­pi­onship round the day be­fore, which uses the no-stop rule for­mat, Scar­bor­ough & DMCC Ltd re­versed the trend to use the stop al­lowed rule for its ‘Su­per­trial’; did it work? You bet it did, as the en­thu­si­as­tic crowd wit­nessed the best of the Bri­tish rid­ers push­ing their abil­i­ties to the edge of their tal­ent. Thir­teen in­vited rid­ers at­tempted ten haz­ards in qual­i­fy­ing, us­ing a time limit of one and a half hours for the two laps with eight rid­ers go­ing through to the semi-fi­nal. The ten haz­ards were all tough­ened up and then four more rid­ers were elim­i­nated, leav­ing just four in the grand fi­nale. Some su­perb ac­tion was on show and James Da­bill demon­strated why he is Great Britain’s top rider with a clear vic­tory over new ‘hot-shot’ Jack Price. We have two more Su­per­tri­als com­ing along very shortly, go and watch one and form your own opin­ion; I know I have mine – it was ace!

James Da­bill (Ver­tigo)

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