Trial Magazine


- Pictures: Nigel Pearson and Trials Media

What a performanc­e from young Billy Green on the new fuel-injected Scorpa! Coming up with the goods when needed, he parted with no marks in a faultless ride as the weather broke in the morning for the long road run up to Chairlift.

It was once again a long day for all the riders.

They proceeded to Ba House and Gorton before the open track and moors taking in Dunan, Corour and finally six sections at the familiar Fersit before another long road ride back to Fort William, fortunatel­y in the dry.

Dougie Lampkin knew it would be a tough day, but he was well prepared, parting with two marks on the difficult rocks at Gorton. With six runner-up positions under his hat, it was the turn of Michael Brown to once again up his game, and his singlemark loss moved him into a prime position to attack for the win on the final day. Lampkin and Green would go into the final day tied on six marks lost, with Brown on a total of ten.

On his early day at the front of the entry, Harry Hemingway had a really tough time, parting with a huge 16 marks, but he had proved his point. This left himself and Jack Dance going into the final day tied on 28 marks lost in the fight for the Best Newcomer award and Best up to 125cc machine award.

RESULTS: 1: Dougie Lampkin (Vertigo) 4 + 2 = 6; 2: Billy Green (Scorpa) 6 + 0 = 6; 3: Michael Brown (GASGAS) 9 + 1 = 10; 4: Jack Peace (Sherco) 6 + 6 = 12; 5: Tom Minta (GASGAS) 14 + 5 = 19; 6: Ross Danby (TRRS) 21 + 3 = 24; 7: Jack Dance (GASGAS) 21 + 7 = 28; 8: Harry Hemingway (Beta) 12 + 16 = 28; 7: Franz Kadlec (TRRS-GER) 17 + 11 = 28; 10: Jack Challoner (Montesa) 26 + 3 = 29.

BEST PERFORMANC­E: Billy Green (Scorpa) 0.

 ?? ?? Best Scottish Newcomer - Jamie Galloway (TRRS)
Chris Stay (TRRS)
Best Scottish Newcomer - Jamie Galloway (TRRS) Chris Stay (TRRS)
 ?? ?? Sam Haslam (GASGAS)
Sam Haslam (GASGAS)

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