A great result for “Team Norris” in the qualifying with Karl Norris in first place, Benn Norris second and Kayleigh Knight third. Nick Wallace was fourth with Bob Harley taking the remaining place in the A Final being just over half a second quicker than Simon Pole.
Paul Dewsnap won the “C” Final, Richard Bates was second and Ben Theobold third.
The “B” Final winner was Dan Stones after overtaking Simon Pole on the last lap. Mike Simpson took third place following another very close race with Freddie Parker.
Karl Norris won the “A” Final from pole position on the grid, Benn Norris had a tremendous drive to finish in second position, being just one lap down. Nick Wallace and Bob Harley were third and fourth respectively, both two laps behind Benn.
Next week is an ordinary Clubnight.
An excellent evenings racing.
Louis Parker was top qualifier and went on to win the “A” Final making it three wins from three rounds raced.
Karl Norris finished in second place, Chelle Snowden was third, Kayleigh Knight fourth, Bob Harley fifth and McKenzie Wallace sixth – extending his run of maximum points in the F2 League to six.
In the “B” Final Benn Norris was the winner, Freddie Parker had a great drive to take second place ahead of Adam Hancock with Richard Parker fourth.
Well done to Saul Theobold in winning the “C” Final, Paul Dewsnap took second place, Euan Lees was third and Ian Craig fourth.
Next week is Round 2 of the 2022 Superleague.
Round 5 of the Spring League this week using a new track design.
After the three qualifying rounds Karl Norris was quickest just ahead of Louis Parker with Chelle Snowden, Simon Pole and Kayleigh Knight being two laps down in third, fourth and fifth places respectively.
Richard Bates was the winner of the “C” Final being four seconds ahead of Caleb Jones in second place with Ian Craig finishing third.
Bob Harley had a good win from pole position in the “B” Final, Nick Wallace took second place, Adam Hancock was third with Freddie Parker less than a second behind in fourth place.
An exciting “A” Final with some superb racing, Louis Parker won with 40 laps, Karl Norris was just under two seconds adrift in second place. McKenzie Wallace finished third and Chelle Snowden fourth, both drivers with 38 laps.
Another exciting evenings racing, it was good to see so many great performances from our junior members.
Next week is round 6 of the Spring League, don’t forget to book in as usual by text to the clubs mobile.
Just sixteen drivers this week but still a great evenings racing.
After the three qualifying rounds Chelle Snowden was quickest and took pole position in the A Final with McKenzie Wallace just two seconds slower, both drivers on 38 laps. Richard Norris had 37 laps, Dan Stones 36, with Nick Wallace and Bob Harley both 35 laps to complete the A Final line up.
The C Final was won by Adam Cowell with 32 laps, second place driver was Richard Bates on 31 laps and also setting the quickest lap time of the race. Euan Lees was third, Ian Craig fourth and Kevin Bates fifth – all with 24 laps.
Mike Simpson was the B Final winner on 34 laps with Freddie Parker in second place on the same lap and also having the quickest lap time of the race. Saul Theobold was third with 32 laps, Paul Dewsnap fourth on 30 laps ahead of visiting driver Josh Flanagan with 21.
The A Final saw a great race between Chelle Snowden and McKenzie Wallace with Chelle being the winner by 3.57 seconds, on 37 laps – well done both drivers!. Dan Stones also put in a great performance to take third place on 36 laps ahead of Bob Harley on 35.
SEE RESULTS PAGE FOR FULL RESULTS
After four rounds Bob Harley is now the leader of the F1 League, Chelle Snowden second and Nick Wallace third.
McKenzie Wallace has maximum points in F2 with Dan Stones in second place and Mike Simpson third.
Saul Theobold leads F3, Euan Lees is second and Kevin Bates third.
Remember there are nine rounds in the League and the best six from a possible nine round scores will count.
The first trophy meeting of the year was very competitive, producing some exciting racing, trophies being awarded to the top four drivers in each final.
Ian Craig was the winner of the C Final ahead of Caleb Jones in second place with Kevin Bates taking third and Euan Lees was fourth.
Benn Norris won the B Final being two laps clear of Saul Theobold who had a great drive to take second place, Mike Simpson was third and Richard Bates fourth.
In the A Final Karl Norris was the winner, McKenzie Wallace was just over half a lap down in second place, Kayleigh Knight took third place and Bob Harley finished fourth just ahead of Dan Stones.
The trophies were presented by Bob Harley – yes he won one as well!
A great evenings racing.
Next week is round 4 of the Spring League.
Another good evenings racing with the usual three qualifying rounds and a final.
The D Final was won by Richard Bates, ahead of Paul Dewsnap who was under two seconds adrift. Caleb Jones took third place and Kevin Bates fourth.
The C Final was very close with Mike Simpson snatching a win in the final few laps from Saul Theobold. Adam Cowell finished third and Tommy Bates fourth.
In the B Final the first three drivers finished on the same lap. Bob Harley was the winner, Mckenzie Wallace second, Nick Wallace third and Dan Stones fourth.
We were then all treated to a tremendous A Final with Louis Parker winning for the second week running, Karl Norris being second and Simon Pole third all with 39 laps. Kayleigh Knight finished fourth on 38 and Ben Norris fifth with 37 laps. A great end to the evenings racing.
Many thanks to everyone who helped set up and store away all the equipment.
See the results page for the full results.
Next week is a Trophy Meeting, pre-booking as usual by text to the clubs mobile.
Round three of the Spring League, the track being similar to the previous week.
Three qualifying rounds and a final with some very close racing.
Louis Parker was top qualifier followed by Karl Norris and Chelle Snowden.
Tommy Bates won the D Final with Richard Bates in second place, Caleb Jones third and Kevin Bates fourth – who will be the top driver in the Bates family next week?????
The C Final soon developed into a battle between the two Adams with Adam Hancock being the winner, Adam Cowell finishing in second place and Saul Theobold third.
Just three cars remained in the B Final after the first minutes racing and all being closely matched for speed it was an exciting race right to the finish. Mike Simpson was the eventual winner, Freddie Parker finished second and Dan Stones third.
Louis Parker won a great A Final, Karl Norris was second, Chelle Snowden third and Richard Norris fourth.
The Winter League trophies were presented by Chelle Snowden, well done to everyone, especially the league winners Karl Norris, Benn Norris, Adam Cowell and Freddie Parker.
Next week is an ordinary clubnight.
Twenty-three drivers this week for round two of the Spring League on carpet just vacuumed clean by Bob Harley and using yet another track design.
Some very competitive racing as usual with Karl Norris being the top qualifier three seconds quicker than Simon Pole, with Kayleigh Knight and Benn Norris taking third and fourth places a lap down.
Euan Lees starting from pole position on the grid had a convincing win with Kevin Bates finishing second and Caleb Jones third.
A win for Freddie Parker in the C Final with some great driving in the last minute of the race to finish three seconds ahead of Adam Hancock in second place with Adam Cowell taking third.
Guy Rogers was the winner of the B Final with Nick Wallace taking second place and Dan Stones third.
The A Final was good to watch with Karl Norris winning, Simon Pole in second place, Kayleigh Knight third and Mckenzie Wallace fourth being the top junior member.
So after two rounds Karl Norris, Mckenzie Wallace and Adam Hancock each have maximum points and lead leagues F1, F2 and F3 respectively.
Round three is next week when the trophies for the winter league will also be presented.
Another great evenings competitive racing on a track of a similar design to last week.
Karl Norris was the top qualifier followed by Kayleigh Knight and Chelle Snowden.
In F2 Dan Stones was quickest ahead of McKenzie Wallace and Mike Simpson. Adam Hancock was best in F3 followed by Saul Theobold and Euan Lees.
First up was the D Final with Caleb Jones winning from Olly Statham in second place and also having the quickest lap of the race, Kevin Bates finished third.
Freddie Parker had a great win in the C Final being four laps clear of second placed driver Richard Bates who had the fastest lap time with Adam Cowell a further lap down in third place.
In the B Final McKenzie Wallace was in great form and won the race, Dan Stones was second and Adam Hancock third.
Karl Norris won an exciting A Final with Kayleigh Knight finishing in second place and Bob Harley taking third place ahead of Benn Norris. A good evening for “Team Norris”.
Looking forward to Round 2 next week.
The first round of the 2022 Superleague which has six rounds, one every other month throughout the year. Each Drivers best four scores to count for the final result.
A new track design this week.
The leaders after the first round are:-
F1 – Karl Norris
F2 – McKenzie Wallace
F3 – Adam Hancock
See website Results page for full results