The first win of the weekend for the Bullets came from Cameron Parrish in the 9-12 Cruiser class. Parrish was untroubled on his way to the win both days in the class and wrapped up the National Champions title for the club. Also in the class final was Joseph Harris who chased Parris to finish 2nd and 4th over both days racing.
Oli Cutmore continued his domination of the 17-29 cruiser class as he won both days and extended his lead in the overall rankings. Sharing the podium in the class were club mates Shane Redgewell and Dan Gilbert who both rode superbly to share 3rd place over the two days racing.
Matching Cutmore’s winning ways was Freia Challis who continued to dominate the 9-10 girls’ class. Challis took the win both days to extend her an unassailable lead in the national point’s standings having won 8 of the 10 rounds already this season.
Riding up in the 14’s was Seb Pantlin who had set his sights on the win over the weekend and was on fire in both days racing, going unbeaten for two maximum points scores. The maximum points were enough to secure the National Champions title for the second year running, this year an age group up from his actual age.
Charlie O’Grady was back on his home track after a mid-season injury and was hoping to put on a show for the local club. On the first day of racing O’Grady was well on the pace through the motos and set up a showdown with club mate Ollie Rowe in the final. Off the gate the pair went bar to bar but O’grady just had the strength to edge ahead and took a popular win for the Bullets. He backed up the win with a 5th on day two as Rowe rounded off the weekend with a 4th and an 8th. Hayden Challis rode in the class B finals and Christian White missed out on the sharp end of racing after he was hospitalised following a crash on the first day.