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Kia National Twinshock Championship

With 3 rounds of the 9 round KIA Twinshock Trials Championship left, none of the classes have a clear winner yet, remembering that riders drop their two worst scores. Stephen Bisby leads Chris Barnett in the Historic Spanish Experts by 20 points, with both of them being the only riders in their class having scored in every round. Ossa mounted Dave Wood is in third scoring well in the first three rounds.


Aircooled Mono Experts is a very closely fought affair with Rob Faulkner in front, but being chased hard by both Dean Devereux and Dan Sanders. There’s only 14 points between them, so anything could happen between now and the series finale at Knighton in late October. No clear pattern has emerged as there has been a different winner at each round so far this year.


It’s looking likely that positions will change in the Pre 72 Experts as second placed Ian Peberdy is injured and will not contest any more rounds this year. This leaves the door open for third placed Martyn Stanistreet and others to chase the current leader, Cub mounted Nigel Scott.


The closest battle is in the Twinshock Experts, with only 10 points covering the first four positions. Richard Allen is in front on 81, with Olly Waring and Roman Kyrnyckj sandwiched by Andy Hipwell in fourth on 71 points.


Eirian Davies leads the Historic Spanish Clubman class on 104, but is being pushed by the ever improving Jim Waters on 99. If either of these slip up, then Steve Fletcher is waiting in third to take advantage. These three have scored consistently well in all the rounds held so far.


The Aircooled Mono Clubman’s class is a really closely fought affair. It’s currently led by Gary Fleckney on his Honda, who, although not a class winner, has scored consistently to reach 59 points. However, Martyn Goodall is only four points behind on 55, with third placed Paul Hobson on 51.


Bantam rider Peter Edwards leads the Pre 72 Clubman class by 18 marks from Owen Hardisty’s Cub, with Jonathan Souch in third. This has also been an unpredictable class with different winners at each round so far. Ossy Byers is the best of the chasing pack and in a great position to affect the final outcome of this popular class.


Nearly 50 riders have competed in the Twinshock Clubman class, but no one has been able to get near Stephen Robson on his Fantic, who has won each of the five rounds he has entered. Best of the rest is David Braithwaite in second 39 points behind followed by Oli Foulke and David Wilkinson.

 

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