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Reynolds King Of The Quarry

Reynolds King Of The Quarry

An excellent day at Delph Quarry for all the riders that turned out, including a great Expert class chasing the Big Prize Money.  A fun day in the sun was done and dusted by just after five with three full blocks including three 25 minute plus Expert races enjoyed by all.  Many new faces were seen at this meeting with some excellent long racing on the track and a great atmosphere off of it.

Adam Reynolds, winner of the Experts `King Of The Quarry`

The Auto class saw Cain Tailford close the gap on Max Blakely with three great wins from three. Max battled hard all day and came away with second overall, with the ever improving Dominic Stevenson taking a creditable third overall.

Nathan Claughan once again rode excellently and took three wins from three for the overall win. Matteo Minchella produced a great performance with a second, third and fourth for second overall. A good two third places and a fourth saw a great days riding by Callum Crossland coming home third overall.

The SW 85 class saw Joe Sutcliffe take a maximum three from three for a deserved overall win ahead of Joel Reynolds with three good second places for second overall. Third overall went to John Joe Wright who is just coming back from injury and produced a creditable two third places and a fourth.

Connor Smith and Andrew Flatman battled hard again all day, with `Flatty` coming out just on top with a first second and a third. Smith had to settle for second with a first, second and a fourth. Third overall saw a great performance from the ever improving Matty Huxall who recorded a great two third places and a fourth.

The Youth Open Class deservedly went to Alex Bashforth, with three good wins from three. Andew Flatman produced another great performance as he stepped up again from the BW 85 with a second and two third places for second overall. Third overall went to Daniel McGlynn.

Two first places help Dan Page to the overall win in the C2 Class. No complaints from Ant Wright, who with two second places and a fourth, took second overall, keeping him in contention for the championship. Mark Self’s second and two third places, gave him third overall, as he seemed slightly under his best and perhaps lacking a bit in stamina.

A second and two thirds was enough to give Karl Smith the overall win in the C1 class ahead of Mark Hope, who took second overall and kept hisself in the running for the C1 Championship. Third on the day went to George Jarvis, who had a poor first moto, but followed that with two race wins.

John Muldoon still managed to take the overall win in the B class, despite running out of fuel in the second moto! A first, second and fourth gave Ryan Harris second overall, with Kev Peel showing his experience to come home third overall.

Adam Reynolds recorded  three race wins for overall first in the Expert/A class, which saw him walk off with The £200 Prize Money and title of `King Of The Quarry`. A second place and two fourths gave Patrick Major Seond overall, with Ash Harland taking third.

Thanks to the Whiterose behind the scenes helpers, marshalls and paramedics who all enjoyed their day sat in the Sun, whilst helping the meeting to run like clockwork. Thanks to the Whiterose lapscorers of Janet, Vicky and Claire. And also a big thanks to Joe Smith, the landowner, who ensured everything was in place for a well prepared track. Well done to all riders and we look forward to another excellent meeting at Grangemoor on September 5th, which is the 17th round of the Summer Series.


Expert A’s

1. Adam Reynolds
2. Patrick Major
3. Ash Harland
4. Ryan Bruce
5. Jake Preston
6. Aaron Holmes


1. John Muldoon
2. Ryan Harris
3. Kev Peel
4. Mark Cardwell
5. Rob Jarman
6. Andy Johnson


1. Karl Smith
2. Mark Hope
3. George Jarvis
4. Andrew Danby
5. Eric Danby
6. Robert Shaw


1. Dan Page
2. Ant Wright
3. Mark Self
4. Kyle Muldoon
5. Chris Whitfield
6. Mark Muldoon

Youth Open

1. Alex Bashforth
2. Andrew Flatman
3. Daniel mcgynn
4. Conor Smith
5. Matthew Huxall
6. Nick Moore

BW 85

1. Andrew Flatman
2. Connor Smith
3. Matty Huxall
4. Callum Wardman
5. Josh Seymour
6. John Foster

SW 85

1. Joe Sutcliffe
2. Joel Reynolds
3. John-Joe Wright
4. Callum Hirst
5. Brandon Rollin
6. Curtis Milburn


1. Nathan Claughan
2. Matteo Minchella
3. Callum Crossland
4. Brad Lilburn
5. Jake Naisbitt
6. Jack Bennett


1. Cain Tailford
2. Max Blakely
3. Dominic Stevenson
4. Archie Collier
5. Luke Byard
6. Cameron Burke


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