Warley flying high at Highley

A revamped Highley was the venue for Warley Wasps meeting. The track was prepared and watered to perfection and with new sections added a great day was in store for all groups.

With the auto group growing and having the biggest turnout for years the future stars were ready to go. These lads were terrific, negotiating a technical track very well. Casey Jones won with McKenzie Marshall and Neo McCartney second and third. Rider of the day went to Ashton Phillips with Casey Jones taking home the hole shot prize. Rounding up the top 5 was Kayne Lawlor a Wasps regular and Ben Casey who rode great all day. The lads were cheered, by the parents, at the end of day presentation and every lad went home smiling.

Juniors was won comfortably with Matt Tolley taking all three wins followed by Tyler Smith and Joe Brookes.

SW85 was dominated by Dylan Woodall followed by Aaron “Spud” Patstone and Harrison McCann

BW85 the Woodhouse boys were first and Second again with Frazer Edmondson coming in third.

Seniors James Angel took the overall with the wasps duo of Jordan Riley and Nathan Bache in second and third.

Novice Connor Murray unstoppable with three race wins ahead of Darren Hayward and Chris Viner

AMX Dan Whitehead won two out of three to win on the day ahead of Luke Phillips and Tommy Pittaway

Vets EVO great to see Justin Senter back on form. His older brother won the first race but was going to have to play second fiddle on the day after stalling his  four banger when under pressure. Richard Chinn fresh from his second at Hawkstone could not find enough for the determined Justin Senter.

Results from 1st to 5th

Auto 1st – Casey Jones, McKenzie Marshall, Neo McCartney, Kayne Lawlor, Ben Casey.

Juniors 1st – Matt Tolley, Tyler Smith, Joe Brookes, Yarin Evans, Jake O’Gorman

SW85 1st – Dylan Woodall, Aaron Patstone, Harrison McCann, Euwie Taylor, Ben Watkins

BW85 1st – Owen Woodhouse, Luke Woodhouse, Frazer Edmondson, Ryno Manley, Jessie Bate

Seniors 1st – James Angel, Jordan Riley, Nathan Bache, James Bates, Gareth Williams

Novice 1st – Conor Murray, Darren Hayward, Chris Viner, Mark Ward

AMX 1st – Dan Whitehead, Luke Phillips, Tommy Pittaway, Liam Wilkes, Dave Hamlet

Vets/Evo 1st – Justin Senter, Richard Chinn, Scott Senter, Jonathan Gaunt, Greg Ocallaghan