Wednesday August 22, 2018 at 2:32pm
Only one of the 13 Crewe and South Cheshire club’s solo and sidecar championships has been settled going into the final round of this year’s series at Tonfanau on Sunday, August 26.
Mick Crompton has already regained the Classic over 501cc title he last won on 2014, but everything else is up for grabs.
Veteran Ted Cornes needs just a single point to take the Classic 250cc crown for the third season in succession.
Only three points, though, separate David Evans and Darren Raybould at the top of the Minitwins points’ table and four points cover Phil Leatherland and Paul Tye in the Forgotten Era up to 250 class.
Chris Mort, the 450-1100cc Open champion in 2015 and 2016, holds a comfortable 14 points lead over Josh Williams, but reigning champion James Evans has not given up hope of retaining his crown.
He is 20 points down on Mort. Preparation has not been helped by a crash a week ago at Donington Park that left him with a badly bruised thumb, a repair bill of over £1000 and the purchase of a new set of racing leathers.
Practice for the 21-race programme starts at 9.0am and racing begins at noon.
Adult admission at the picturesque Welsh coastal circuit is £6.