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Jack Nails Fat Cats

Jack Nails Fat Cats

The first round of the WRMXC Muk Junkie Summer Series saw a great turn out at the Fat Cats venue at Armthorpe, with everyone hoping to get a good start to the popular summer series campaign.

In the busy A Class, Luke Remmer came out on top, with two firsts and a second giving him the overall win and the top prize money, narrowly ahead of James Lassu who recorded two seconds and a first for second overall. A consistant three third places gave James Nottingham third overall.

The B class went to Josh Ison, who put in three wins from three for the overall win on the day. A second and a third place gave Alex Buchanan second overall, with David Lamb taking third.

The Novice C class, saw some great racing, with Lee Garike taking the overall win. John Wright took second on the day, with Tony Ross taking third.

Two wins and a second place gave Josh Bentley the overall win in the Youth Open class. Kurt Williams rode well to take second overall, with Sam Braithwaite taking third.

The Big wheel 85 class was dominated by Jack Naylor, who recorded a great three wins from three for the overall win. Three third places gave Daniel Neil second overall, with Joe Jefferies taking third.

The battle of the little wheels went to young Nathan Claughan, who again managed a clean sweep with three wins from three. Ben Ruddicks three second places secured second overall for him, with Ben Knight taking third overall.

Two wins and a second place gave Patrick Jackson the overall win in the 65 class. Elliot Barras’s win and two second places gave him second overall, with three third places for Harvey Ward giving him third on the day.

Ben Clarke’s three wins from three gave him a deserved overall win in the Auto class, with Jonty Wright’s three second places gave him second on the day, with Josh Robson rounding things off with three third places for third overall.

Thanks to all the Whiterose crew for ensuring the meeting ran smoothly, and we look forward to seeing you all on the 11th March at Grange Moor for Round 2 of the Muk Junkie Summer Series.

Round 1 Results:


1. Luke Remmer
2. James Lassu
3. James Nottingham
4. Harry Lawerence
5. Ryan McPartland
6. Jason Martin


1. Josh Ison
2. Alex Buchanan
3. David Lamb
4. Dan Wainwright
5. Nick Luckman
6. Luke Robinson


1. Lee Garike
2. Jon Joe Wright
3. Tony Ross
4. Richard Edgar
5. Louis Stead
6. Steve Short


1. Josh Bentley
2. Kurt Williams
3. Sam Braithwaite
4. McKenzie Field
5. James Henderson
6. Gary Kiddy


1. Jack Naylor
2. Daniel Neil
3. Joe Jefferies
4. Joe Sutcliffe
5. Robert Ainley
6. Ryan Hawkridge


1.Nathan Claughan
2. Ben Ruddick
3. Ben Knight
4. Connor Murfin
5. Matteo Minchella
6. Jack Bennett


1. Patrick Jackson
2. Elliot Barrass
3. Harvey Ward
4. Preston Williams
5. Ethan Cooper
6. Ollie Johnson


1. Ben Clarke
2. Jonty Wright
3. Josh Robson
4. Leo Eden
5. Kyle Peel
6. Samuel Jackson

The B Class saw Ryan McPartland win three from three for the overall victory. A second and two thirds gave Lee Clarkson second overall, with Alex Buchanan third on the day.

In the Championship C Class, Dan Wainwright’s three wins from three secured the Winter Series Title for him. Three second places for Ash Senior gave him second overall on the day and also second in the Championship. Rich Mackay took third on the day and also third in the Championship.

The Youth class saw some great racing with Macauley Madden recording three great wins from three. Robbie Dowson’s two second places and a third gave him second overall, with Tony Saunders coming home third overall.

Jay Hague produced a great performance as he stepped up to the BW 85 class, with three impressive wins from three. A second and a third gave Jack Naylor second overall and the overall winter Series title. Third on the day was Daniel Neale.
The SW 85 class overall win went to Dexter Douglas with two firsts and a second. Second overall was Keenan Hird, with Jed Etchells taking third.

Two second places and a third was enough to give Ben Walker the overall win in the 65 class. Second on the day was enough to give Lewis Hall the overall Championship win. Third overall went to Kurtis Griffiths.

A win and two second places gave Ben Clarke the win on the day in the Auto class on countback ahead of Adam Wells. Third overall went to Josh Robson.

Whiterose MXC are back at Fat Cats on the 26th Feb for the first round of the popular summer series. Memberships and Licences are now available, full details are on the club website.


1. Ben Clark
2. Adam Wells
3. Josh Robson
4. Joe Ross
5. Jonty Wright
6. Jaygo Beasty


1. Ben Walker
2. Lewis Hall
3. Kurtis Griffiths
4. Danny Clarke
5. Thomas dodsworth
6. Elliot Barrass

SW 85

1. Dexter Douglas
2. Keenan Hird
3. Jed Etchells
4. Danny Rapson
5. Joe Jacques
6. Nathan Claughan

BW 85

1. Jay Hague
2. Jack Naylor
3. Daniel Neale
4. Aarron Roe
5. Jordan Eccles
6. Ashley Wheelhouse


1. Macauley Madden
2. Robbie Dowson
3. Tony Saunders
4. Jack Hills
5. Cal Wardman
6. Liam Piggford

Championship C`s

1. Dan Wainwright
2. Ash Senior
3. Rich Mackay
4. Mark Hope
5. Chris Lloyd
6. Carl Hughes


1. Kevin Doolan
2. James Pennington
3. Lewis Moulds
4. Tony Ross
5. John Wright
6. Paul Smith


1. Ryan McPartland
2. Lee Clarkson
3. Alex Birchanan
4. Jon Lightfoot
5. Stacey Fisher
6. Gary Fleming


1. Rich Cannings
2. James Lassu
3. Carlton Husband
4. Josh Fytche
5. Sam Winterburn
6. Ryan Staveley

Photographs: Alex Daniels
Race Report: Ian Lessiter


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