Sunday, 14 September 2014

Race report: Jacko Memorial enduro

It was good fun at the CWAC Knighton Jacko Memorial enduro today, good weather and a decent turnout for the Sportsman class. It was the penultimate round of the ET James Welsh Enduro Championship for the Sportsman class, so all to play for at the sharp end!

Well I have to say my day was fairly uneventful this time! The first lap was a sighting lap and there were 3 laps for the beginners class and 4 laps for all other classes. The fuel/test check was loose and stayed the same with regards to time allowance. The other check got tighter by 1 minute (for the Sportsman class) each lap. I stayed clean on time easily as the checks were loose, and didn't have any bike problems. I had a couple of spectacular brake slides on the tests but other than that things were pretty smooth.

Thanks as usual to Keith Bowen from MX247 for the photos.

There was traffic to contend with on all 3 of my timed tests, but I'm hoping it was the same for everyone as I lost a few seconds in places. All that's left to do is to wait for the results!




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