Ron Day Memorial – MK Bowl (4)

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Ron Day Memorial – MK Bowl (4)

A dull, damp night saw an impressive 25 riders turn out. Thank you so much to all of you for supporting the event.

We ran 2 races that stayed inside the bowl tonight to keep it safer in the wet.

The EFGH race saw a break of 4 riders leave the main group after the prime lap which stayed away till the end of the race and was won by James Stewart,(who also won the prime) an impressive sprint from Tony Carter saw him win the bunch sprint for 5th overall and First G.

The ABCD was lined out from the gun by Gavin Howell who then left the bunch behind, impressively lapping the entire field on his own to then take the win. The bunch sprint was won by his team mate Bobby McGlue (who also won the prime).

Many congratulations to all our winners.

Huge thank you to Ian Cooper for being our gate marshal in the rain tonight and to all the other helpers who turn out to make it possible to run the event. We do appreciate you and your support.

Latest MK Bowl Series Rankings.

Full results can be found here (opens in new tab).

RaceRace PosNameClubCatCat PosSeries Points
ABCD1Gavin HowellRide Revolution RTA115
2Bob McGlueRide Revolution RTB115
3Richard WigginsZiggurat RacingB212
4Darren FarrCC LutonB310
5Lewis KingRotor Race TeamD115
6Michael D’ArcyCC LutonC115
7Andrew LoweCorley Cycles RCD212
8Rich EdwardsCC LutonD310
9Mark CalvertCC LutonC212
10Nick JamesAerologic RTC310
11Frazer GlewRide Revolution CoachingC48
12Paul BirdCC LutonD48
EFGH1James StewartQN RacingE115
2Martin FisherBMCRF115
3Barry BonnettBMCRE212
4John LaceyTMG Horizon Cycling TeamE310
5Tony CarterBMCRG115
6ralph keelerSt.Ives CCG212
7manuel manriqueHitchin Nomads CCE48
8John William TustingQN RacingF212
9Simon Bowllerberkhamsted ccE56
10Clare E Belle SimonRacer NanG310
11Patrick EllerbeckVeloElite RCG48
12Keith SnookBossard WheelersG56
13Dave WoodsCC LutonH115

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