O’Neill moves clear of Bell in Formula Blue and Marsh takes the lead in Cadet Honda.
In the penultimate round of the Two Counties Club champs, a stunning result by Russell O’Neill to finish 2nd overall, behind Stuart Gray, allowed him to forge ahead of Mike Bell. Bell spent much of the day chasing an electrical problem, which he was unable to solve. 3rd on the day was Robin Stoddart-Stones, who used this performance to close in on Bell to where they are now both on equal points in the Championship, with one round to go! In the Cadet HONDA class, a pole to flag win for Scott Marsh puts him into a slender lead ahead of Charles Green and Hugh Moulton, who share overall 2nd, a mere 1 point behind.
O’Neill is also well clear in the Master sub-group. The main battle here, before the last round, is between Stoddart-Stones and David Waldron in 2nd & 3rd places respectively.
In the Veteran section, all eyes are on Stoddart-Stones, who by finishing 2nd overall on the day behind Gray, wrestled the overall lead away from Waldron. David Goode sits in 3rd position overall.
Stoddart-Stones also has his sights on the Legend sub-class, where he has a lead over Goode and Ron Shone.
In the Top Weight group, it is Rob Mortimore, who having recovered well in the Final, prevented Shone from making any inroads into his lead. Mike Watts, by finishing 3rd, maintains his 3rd position in the Championship.
The final round takes place at Clay Pigeon on November 10th.