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SOLARSKI, CLEAL, PEARSON & STODDART-STONES ARE THE NEW 2CKC CHAMPIONS FOR 2018

It was an eventful final round of the 2 Counties Club championship for 2018.  The race meeting, held at Clay Pigeon endured all kinds of weather from sunshine through to heavy rain.  Often the conditions changing whilst the competitors were on the circuit.  In the Cadet Honda class,  Maksymilian Solarski topped the list with a pole and win.  David Auljtner and Colin Wazny shared the points for 2nd place on the day, but it was Auljtner who claimed 2nd place in the annual Championship by 2 points from Wazny. 
In the Formula Blue class,  Anthony  Cleal won the day from Russell O’Neill.  In so doing Cleal took the Championship   ( previously held by Duncan McLeod) from Ben Pearson, with Robin Stoddart-Stones in 3rd place. 
The Master and Veteran sub-groups were won by Cleal on the day,  from Rob Mortimore and Robin Stoddart-Stones.  It was Cleal who ended up as the year’s champion with Stoddart-Stones and David Goode in 2nd and 3rd place respectively.
Stoddart-Stones came into his own in the Legend category,  sharing the days’ points with Goode but taking the title.  Goode finished 2nd overall from Ron shone in 3rd.  
In the Blue Top weight group Pearson won the race,  and the year,  finishing with a clear lead from Rob Mortimore,  who had snatched 2nd place from Ron shone in the last race of the year. 
So,  the end of a great year or racing which witnessed a change in the ‘pecking ‘ order.  In every class, there will be new names on the trophies,   names that will endure long after the current ‘breed’ of drivers have moved on!
The presentation evening is scheduled for Saturday, November 24th and drivers are reminded that under the  Two Counties regulations, winners ( 3 annual trophies per class plus the now infamous solid silver coins) must be in attendance at the presentation to receive them. 
for more results  CLICK HERE
for details of the presentation evening  CLICK HERE 

 

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