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Formula One -
The track was fast, with four pretty even lanes and enough challenges to keep everyone
on their toes throughout the evening. The Winslade brothers proved in practice that
The heats saw some impressive scores and some intriguing battles. Corey and Neil
had their new Mega-
At the halfway point, the order was Mike D, Andy, Ned and Neil.
Jon and Simon ran their Super-
Filling the top two spots were Mike and Andy.
The G final saw Paul gate-
Stephen stepped up into a competitive F final alongside Tony, Aaron and John. It's
unusual to see John so far down the field, but he'd had a torrid time with his Mega-
The E final saw the Coombes brothers taking on Ash and Tony. Jonah and Tyler had
been sharing a fast Tyco in the heats and, after some negotiations, Jonah kept the
Tyco, with Tyler borrowing his dad's Super-
Jonah and Keith had their own Tyco battle in the D final -
The C final had three different chassis line up -
We've not had a Classic Cup car in the B final this season, so Duncan's step-
It was Neil who has a slim advantage, but with ten seconds to go he crashed in the
final corner, letting Gareth's Super-
Mike had picked red for the A final, certainly his best lane in the heats but many had grumbled about it in the finals... Unperturbed, the F1 championship leader pulled out a small gap over Andy in the early stages with Jon very close behind.
With around 20 seconds gone a big crash for Mike changed the race. His car came off in the second hairpin and missed taking out Andy's car by a fraction of an inch. Andy and Jon took the opportunity to overtake Mike and put him under pressure. More offs for Mike put him out of contention, leaving the duel for the race win to Jon and Andy.
It was left to Andy to bring his car home without incident, whilst the others scrapped
and crashed their way to the runners-
Andy was delighted with his first WHO F1 win and the result leaves the F1 championship table nice and interesting going in to the final round in December.
Congratulations to Andy and Ned on their medal wins, to Duncan who was top Classic Cup racer and to Neil who was top rookie with a most impressive fifth place.