Bourne Wheelers TT League – Round #6 (Aslackby – 5 miles)

On an almost perfect night for fast times, riders were left frustrated when road works meant the scheduled route had to be shorted.

19 riders competed over a 5 mile course from Dowsby to the regular 10 mile course finish.

Quickest on the night were guest pro rider Tom Neale and James Gelsthorpe who finished in 11 mins 01 secs – just a single second back in third place was current scratch competition leader Tom Comben with Matt Green the 3rd Wheeler home @19 seconds.

Nigel Thompson took the handicap victory from Ian Davison and Mike Smalley

Bourne Wheelers TT Results 2015_Up to and including Race #6 24th June

Well done to everyone that competed 🙂

Scratch Overall (after 6 races)

Tom maintains his lead overall with Matt comfortably in 2nd. James moves into the top 8 with just three scoring races to his name to date.

1. Tom C 110 points

2. Matt G 98 points

3. Cliff H 79 points

4. Ant G 70 points (5 races)

5. Mike S 62 points

6. Chris K 59 points

7. Tony G 58 points (5 races)

8. James G 56 points (3 races)

Handicap Overall (after 6 races)

Cliff maintains a narrow lead after Round #6, but just 14 points separate the top 6 with three riders with races in hand – Stuart Handley sits 8th 21 points behind, but with two races in hand – once again it looks like the handicap competition will go to the wire 🙂

1. Cliff H 76 points

2. Jamie N 75 points (5 races)

3. Mike S 72 points

4. Chris K 67 points

5. Peter W 64 points (5 races)

6. Ant G 62 points (5 races)

7. Tom C 58 points

8. Stuart H 55 points (4 races)

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