Round 4 Bridgestone BSMA Clubman’s Series



BSMA Bridgestone Clubman’s Series round 4 was held at Upton Court Little Hereford hosted by Warley Wasps SSC. Congratulations must go to the Warley Wasp Committee and supporters for providing a superbly prepared track and excellent run event.


Automatics opened the proceedings with Mr Maximum Zac Dunton looking set to continue his winning streak with 4 wins but a mistake in the final race, allowing a very close finish between Roan Delaney and Oli Wheeler with Delaney take the flag by half a wheel, Roan best result so far improving as the weekend went on. The lower lacings were taken by Jake Randall, Ben Mustoe and Jack Viner


Juniors was a real battle between Charlie Palmer and Billy Duke sharing the wins and it was down to a last race decider. It was Palmer who took the flag and overall passing the holeshot man Duke. Once again Hedley Longford made the podium with 2 top 3 finishers in his first and last races well clear on points from Tomas Wright and Dylan Kato who showed good pace with a brilliant 3rd position in race 3, Kina Thomas finished 6th equal on points with Caryn Rosser.


SW85 were dominated by holeshot specialist Dominic Lancett with a maximum, making a rare mistake in race one when he was put under real pressure by James Hanscombe but he finished the rest of the weekend unchallenged Aaron Colley was well clear on points in 2nd going into the final moto but a bad last race saw Luke Woodhouse close the gap to just 2 points. Jaydon Murphy always in the mix finished 4th with James Smith and Joseph Davies completing the top 6, Unlucky James Hanscombe runner up 3 times finished his weekend with a DNF to drop him down to 8th.


BW85 pilot Jordan Riley was once again the top man, fast out of the gate and able to get away on the fast flowing track with 3 wins and 2 seconds over the weekend. Brooklyn Evans showed his intent with a first race win and 2 seconds and 2 thirds to finish a deserving runner up in this very competitive full line up group, Oliver Consterdine opened up with a 5th place but improved as the weekend progressed, to take a well deserved win in race 3, keeping the top places in doubt, he finished 3rd on the weekend well clear of Owen Woodhouse, Mikey Watson and Dean Palmer.

Kieron Cooke on his 250 four stoke took a well deserved maximum in the senior group Dan Wheeler was in close contention in the first 2 motos but he was relegated to 3rd on day 2 by a much improved Tyron Cleaver gaining 2 runner up positions. Alex Walton with 5 good results took the final podium spot well close on points of Jack Biddle. Tyron Cleaver with his results on day 2 moved him up to 5th equal on points with Zac Watkins.

AMX racing to say the least was eventful and full of mixed fortunes for several of the top riders providing 3 different race winners. Dan Jagielski with just 1 win but making few mistakes gaining 1st overall by a clear margin Jack Timms looking in good form as he battled throughout the opener with Jagielski and Haycock at the finish it was Timms from Fitzgereld and Lee Truman. Truman took races 2 and 3 and not racing the 2nd day made life easier for other contenders. Timms efforts in the final race to hold off Haycock was enough to give him runner up spot just one point in front of Haycock with Andy Fitzgereld just 4 points behind in 4th. He could have been runner up out a bad result in race 2 cost him dear. These 4 were well clear of Christopher Grindle and Jordan Saunders.


Jonathan Roderick Evans was winner of the AMX Open group with 4 wins and a 2nd postion. He was rarely challenged but super starting Shun Buchan could not get the better of him until race 3 when he spoilt his maximum. Aaron Nicholls finished 3rd from Daniel Wilcox, Gareth Hudson and Ryan Bawn who looked certain for a podium spot until his last race DNF.

Vets Open race looked to a real battle with Rob Church out in front most of the race but Stuart Rawlings made a super challenge late on to take the win. Race 2 saw the same pattern unfold but mechanical gremlins saw Rawlings unchallenged for the rest of day 1. Day 2 saw more competition from Justin Senter taking the first moto with Rawlings just failing at the first moto with Rawlings just failing at the flag. No mistakes from Rawlings in race 5 with a good win from Senter in 2nd. Rawlings taking the overall from Neil Thomas, Jamie Williams and Gary Jones.

Vets saw Russell Hartill taking the opening moto and consistent riding, never out of the top 3 saw him take first overall.   Race 2 and 3 went to Andy Little with Paul Kirby taking the wins on day 2. Runner up went to Fred Smith with little only competing on day 1 in 3rd

West Mids EVO Pre 85

saw a full line up of mixed 125cc and open riders take to the field. 125cc Class saw David Collect take the first moto in his class followed by Nick Saunders and Simon Howells with 4th place going to new recruit Thomas Groves. Second moto was again won by Dave Collect with Nick Saunders and Thomas Groves take second and third. Dave Collectt taking the overall from Nick Saunders and Thomas Groves

The first race saw Carl Pope bring his bike home in the first moto followed by Simon Gower with Kevin Butcher and Matt Evans taking up the other placings. Second moto again with Carl Pope out in the lead with Simon Gower and bring up the pack Matt Evans. Overall placings Carl Pope took first with Simon Gower second and Matt Evans third place





1st – Zac Dunton 221

2nd – Oli Wheeler 211

3rd – Roan Delaney 209

4th – Jake Randall 193

5th – Ben Mustoe 179

6th – Jack Viner 173

7th – Rheanna Morgan Rogers 171

8th – Sion Aled Evans 169

9th – Levi Davies 167

10th – Tyler Shedden 155




1st – Charlie Palmer 221

2nd – Billy Duke 219

3rd – Hedley Longford 191

4th – Tomas Wright 180

5th – Dylan Kitto 177

6th – Kian Thomas 168

7th – Carwyn Rosser 168

8th – Jordan Turner 165

9th – Matt Tolley 161

10th – Billy Simpson 161




1st – Dominic Lancett 225

2nd – Aaron Colley 195

3rd- Luke Woodhouse 193

4th – Jaydon Murphy 189

5th – James Smith 180

6th – Joseph Davies 177

7th – Kyle Biggs 172

8th – James Hanscombe 163

9th – Marshall Smith 163

10th – Matthew Harries



1st – Jordan Riley 221

2nd – Brooklyn Evans 213

3rd – Oliver Consterdine 207

4th – Owen Woodhouse 180

5th – Mikey Watson 173

6th – Dean Palmer 167

7th – Harry Smith 156

8th – Jamie Evans 156

9th – William Wheeler 149

10th – Declan Roden 148




1st – Kieron Cooke 225

2nd – Dan Wheeler 209

3rd – Alex Walton 189

4th – Jack Biddle 179

5th – Tyron Cleaver 171

6th – Zac Watkins 171

7th – Jordan Wright 170

8th – Jack Ford 169

9th – Dion Lewis 163

10th – Ieuan Harris 148




1st – Dan Jagielski 207

2nd – Jack Timms 197

3rd – Karl Haycock 196

4th – Andy Fitzgerald 195

5th – Chris Grindle 178

6th – Jordan Saunders 176

7th – Adam Morris 159

8th – Luke Morgan 155

9th – Dain Traylor 153

10th -Thomas O’Connor 140




1st – Jonathan Roderick Evans 223

2nd- Shaun Buchan 217

3rd – Aaron Nicholls 197

4th – Daniel Wilcox 189

5th – Gareth Hudson 184

6th – Ryan Bawn 152

7th – Scott Rawlings 102

8th – Jonathan Evans 102



1st – Russell Hartill 213

2nd – Fred Smith 181

3rd – Andy Little 133

4th – Colin Yeend 121

5th – Paul Kirby 90

6th – Shaun Copeland 86




1st – Stuart Rawlings 223

2nd – Neil Thomas 209

3rd – Jamie Williams 180

4th – Gary Jones 178

5th – Matthew Norris 165

6th – Lee Barrett 158




1st Dave Collett

2nd Nick Saunders

3rd Thomas Groves




1st Carl Pope

2nd Simon Gower

3rd Matt Evans