Stars of the future return to action at Clay Pigeon Raceway

by | Aug 11, 2020 | motoGP News

Stars of the future return to action at Clay Pigeon Raceway

The FAB-Racing Round 3 provided a stern test for Britain’s stars of the future in the five competitive classes

Only a fortnight after an action-packed weekend at Lydd for Rounds 1 and 2, the Fab-Racing Minibike British Championships were back underway for Round 3 at Clay Pigeon in Dorset.

The Clay Pigeon circuit provided a different challenge for Britain’s stars of the future, with a much tighter, and more twisty layout. The circuit gave no rest for the young talent with the lap flowing from corner to corner, a curved start/finish, and only one short straight on the seven-corner circuit.

MK-GP70:

Race 1 podium:
1. Johnny Garness
2. Lucas Brown
3. Josh Bannister

Race 2 podium:
1. Johnny Garness
2. Lucas Brown
3. Josh Bannister

Race 3 podium:
1. Johnny Garness
2. Lucas Brown
3. Alfie Davidson

MK-GP50:

Race 1 podium:
1. Ronnie Harris
2. Ethan Sparks
3. Olly Horner

Race 2 podium:
1. Ethan Sparks
2. Mason Foster
3. Ronnie Harris

Race 3 podium:
1. Ethan Sparks
2. Ronnie Harris
3. Samuel Munson

MINIMOTO LC40 ELITE:

Race 1 podium:
1. Ryan Hitchcock
2. Samuel Munson
3. Charlie Huntingford

Race 2 podium:
1. Ryan Hitchcock
2. Charlie Huntingford
3. Josh Bannister

Race 3 podium:
1. Charlie Huntingford
2. Josh Bannister
3. Samuel Munson

MINIMOTO AC40 PRO:

Race 1 podium:
1. Archie Gibbs
2. Joshua Williams
3. Ethan Sparks

Race 2 podium:
1. Joshua Williams
2. Archie Gibbs
3. Ethan Sparks

Race 3 podium:
1. Joshua Williams
2. Ethan Sparks
3. Marco Holt

MINIMOTO AC40 ROOKIES:

Race 1 podium:
1. Austin Johnson
2. Finley Polhill
3. Bryon Johnson

Race 2 podium:
1. Bryon Johnson
2. Austin Johnson
3. Harrison Day

Race 3 podium:
1. Bryon Johnson
2. Austin Johnson
3. Harrison Day

The Fab-Racing Minibike British Championships will be back in action for Round 4 at Whilton Mill in Daventry from the 14th-16th of August. All the action can be followed live or on demand on the Fab-Racing YouTube channel, on the Fab-Racing and Motorsport Radio Facebook pages, or on Motorsport Radio itself.

Head over to the Fab-Racing YouTube channel to watch all the races from a fantastic weekend of racing!

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