Round two of the Bickers Lifting Eastern Centre motocross championships took place at Cadders Hill, Lyng on Sunday 5th May, organised by the Norwich Viking MCC. Conditions were perfect for the bumper entry of 200 riders who competed in 15 races on the tough British Championship circuit.
In the expert races former British Champion Carl Nunn riding the Stebbings sponsored KTM took all three race wins and is still unbeaten after two rounds with six wins so far and a maximum 150 points. Nunn lead every one of the three 20 minute races with Luke Benstead claiming three runner up places. Sixteen year old Aaron Pipon took third place in all three expert races and currently holds third spot in the series.
The junior championship races saw current series leader Carl Parker win the first race from Kieran Snowling.
MC Comps team rider, Alex Hornsby lead race two but Matthew White eventually won, again Snowling took second with Hornsby third.
White commanded the third and final leg from Hornsby. Carl Parker failed to finish but still leads the junior series with 109 points, closely followed by Declan Whittle on 107, Hornsby on 102 and Harvey Mutton on 99.>
The support races saw Matthew Dow winning the group B overall, with two wins and a second place. Group C went to Richard Tapley and Joe Wagstaff won group D overall with three race wins.
Round three of the Bickers Lifting Eastern Centre Championship will take place on Sunday 26th May at East Hanningfield in Essex, organised by Chelmsford & DAC.
Round 2 Bickers Lifting Eastern Centre Motocross Championship overall positions on the day:
Experts: 1 Carl Nunn 75, 2 Luke Benstead 66, 3 Aaron Pipon 60, 4 Matt Bayliss 48, 5 Chris Bastick 45, 6 Chris Bayliss 44, 7 Brad Tomlin 37, 8 Ben Talbott 35, 9 Steve Bixby 33, 10 Jason Morland 32.
Junior: 1 Alex Hornsby 60, 2 Kieran Snowling 60, 3 Harvey Mutton 55, 4 Declan Whittle 51, 5 Matthew White 50, 6 Tim Rose 38, 7 Mark Hunt 36, 8 Carl Parker 34, 9 Cameron Harris 32, 10 Simon Daniels 28.
The next motocross event at Cadders Hill, Lyng will be held on Sunday 9th June, catering for experts, juniors and a 2 stroke class.