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British Youth Championship - 18 July 2018
Judd Orange Brigade Team write up from Duns
The Judd Orange Brigade headed up to Scotland to the Duns Motocross Track, for Round 4 of the British Youth National Championship.
Aaron-Lee Hanson had a perfect clean sweep in the Opens with four first place finishes, taking maximum points and stretching his championship lead to 90 points.
Bailey Johnston continued his 85 Small Wheel campaign with a 2-1-1-5 to give him second overall and remain the championship leader.
Moving up to joint first in the 125 Championship was Drew Anderson. An action-packed category saw Drew outscore his nearest rival with a 5-4-5-2, for third overall.
In the Big Wheel 85’s Jack Grayshon fared third with a 4-1-1-5 set of results maintaining third in the championship.
Auto rider Archie Britton scored a 7-11-2-2 for second overall and second in the Championship.
In the 65’s Billy Askew started strong with a 1-4 but disaster struck for the final two races resulting in 23-22 taking 11th overall and fifth in the championship.
Also in the 65’s Zane Stephens continued his first-year progression in the category moving up to 14th in the championship after scoring of 16-17-13-14 for 17th in the round.
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Weston Beach Race is a finalist for the 2019 Weston Business Awards
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