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In the most turbulent of race weekends (Hurricane Callum) where the weather went from totally wet in practice to a dry Final, Anthony Cleal wins the day.  It was round 5 of the Two Counties Club Championship, held at the Clay Pigeon Raceway Circuit.  Cleal  scored a 4th place start and a Final win.  Second on the day was  ‘new boy’  David Watts,  who scored 5 points from an opposite pole grid and 3rd place finish.  Third overall was Ben Peason with a 5th place start and 2nd place finish.  These results have transformed the top of the table with Cleal in the lead,  Pearson moving up into 2nd and Duncan McLeod rising up to 3rd overall.

In the Master and veteran groups it is Cleal,  once again, in the lead,  but it is Robin Stoddart-Stones who takes up the Challenge having displaced McLeod down to third. 

Stoddart-Stones, with a minimum points score,  extends his lead in the Legend sub-class from David Goode and Ron shone.
In the Top Weight section Pearson takes over the lead from McLeod with Stoddart-Stones moving up to 3rd.

Colin Wazny had a special day in the cadet Honda  class,  with a pole to flag win.  This allowed him to move up from 3rd to equal 1st overall, albeit on drop points difference!  All three competitors in fact share the lead with 4 points apiece.  The next two round will be crucial.
The 2CKC Championship now moves on to the penultimate round at Mansell raceway on October 28th.

For more details and points up-date please view the results page on this website   or CLICK HERE

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