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The Ron Day Memorial MK Bowl races – Race 2 – 10th May 2022

The Ron Day Memorial MK Bowl races – Race 2 – 10th May 2022 (Sponsored by Church Lane Creative)

A dry albeit windy night of racing going out the gates to the top car park after 30 minutes.
The ABCD race saw the return of Gavin Howell making the race fast with all attempts at breaking away brought back n Gavin winning the bunch sprint clear of everyone at the finish with a impressive average speed of over 25mph on a technical course.
The EFG race saw the impressive E cat Criterion national champion James Stewart break away with Steve Dunton gaining over a minute on the bunch n then leaving Steve on the last couple of laps to win. Steve held onto second with the bunch coming in for the sprint won by Robert Tillott. Fantastic to see 3 ladies racing tonight too, with Helen Taylor Carter (Mim) giving the men a run for their money at times.
Well done everyone n thank you to our team of helpers.
Results can be found at:-

https://results.sporthive.com/events/PC1979412


The Ron Day Memorial MK Bowl races -Race 1 – 3rd May 2022

The Ron Day Memorial MK Bowl races -Race 1 – 3rd May 2022 (Sponsored by Church Lane Creative)

Lovely to see everyone n we were lucky to have great weather conditions for our first race back. A good safe race going out the gates to the top car park after 30 mins. A few attempts to get away, but both races finished with a bunch sprint in the end. Well done everyone n thank you as always to our team of helpers. If you haven’t already please let me know the date you can help. Results can be found at:- https://results.sporthive.com/events/PC1976381/races/6527352


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