With just one round left, and while much of the na­tional re­sults are now as­sured, there’s still plenty to ride for as the series con­cludes in Der­byshire in the Au­tumn. The D-Class Small Wheels has been dom­i­nated by Ge­orge Hem­ing­way who apart from the first round has fin­ished on the top spot. He is joined by Toby Shaw and Jasper Fox, who have bat­tled all sea­son even­tu­ally fin­ish­ing sec­ond and third re­spec­tively. The class is dom­i­nated by Oset ma­chin­ery and for the first time there was an all-Oset en­try at the two Scot­tish rounds.

Go­ing into the fi­nal round un­beaten is some­thing very spe­cial and an achieve­ment cel­e­brated by D-Class Medium Wheel rider Myles Hutchin­son on the pro­to­type Oset 24.0R Jr. Charlie Cross­land is a strong sec­ond and has steadily im­proved all sea­son on his un­miss­able per­son­alised Beta. The two boys are joined on the podium by Al­fie-Ray Turner.

The C-Class Medium Wheels is the one to watch go­ing into the fi­nal round at Bracken Rocks. Harry Hem­ing­way and Harry Turner are rapidly be­com­ing renowned for their ‘end of Cham­pi­onship’ bat­tles. Once again the pair will go head to head in the ti­tle decider round. Sit­ting pretty in an un­catch­able third is Do­minic Horne.

Jack Dance dom­i­nates the C-Class Stan­dard Wheel in a style above the rest and he re­mains un­beaten. It’s the same story in the B Class with Billy Green, who is a ride apart on his Beta. These two will be rid­ing to de­liver an un­beaten run for sure. Oliver Smith has held a solid sec­ond on the pro­to­type Oset PR1 and this sea­son has seen the Bex­hill lad re­ally come into his own, of­fer­ing real com­pe­ti­tion for Billy in the sec­ond half of the cham­pi­onship. Daniel Slack has chased hard in third to keep the podium on its toes.

Harry Hem­ing­way

Myles Hutchin­son TRIAL MAG­A­ZINE

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