Mick Perry says … , three sets of Regs, one set of Results, Centre Championships return from the Summer breaks, Frank Mutters, Andy Noad only Centre rider in the Scott Trial

Hello again,

Mick Perry has been in touch to tell you all that the Western Daily Press IS going to continue publishing his Reports which  will be published on Tuesdays & his Previews which will be published on Fridays or Saturdays. Thanks for letting us all know Mick, that’s excellent news.

BSSA’s Jan Watkins has sent across the Results of the Brian Hudson Timed Trial which was the week-end before last click here for them BSSA Brian Hudson TT results for 15.09.13 , & Regs for the next two Rounds of the Alan Brown Series, find them here BSSA 5th Alan Brown Series Regs for 131013 & here for the BSSA 6th Alan Brown Series Regs for 031113

Kingswood have published Regs, which Andrew has sent across for the 3rd Club Summer Series Trail which you can click here for Kingswood 3rd Summer Series Trial regs for 27101

Remember you can find all these things on the appropriate Page.

Now for a few mutterings:

I’m really pleased to see Zac Wajtknecht won the FIM Grass Track Youth Gold Trophy 125cc at Morizes in France on the 14th September. We hear Zac produced a stunning displayed to win the Youth Gold Trophy for the second time in two years. Zac Wajtknecht took the victory ahead of Lukas Fienhage in second and Darrel de Fries in third. Zac must be a really strong contender for the Pinhard Prize this year.

I’m also really pleased to see Richard Jenkins has had his first Podium in World Sidecar Cross, a 2nd overall at Rudersberg in Germany. apparently it is a track that is favourable for left hand chairs, even so Richard the driver & Dan Chamberlain in the chair scorched their way to a 6th & 3rd place. Even though they were ‘only’ second best British crew home in each race their consistency was brilliantly rewarded. Lets hope it’s the first of many, & will include the top step one day.

Also, I reckon Victoria Payne is the 2013 A class Ladies & Girls Champion, although she didn’t win the final Round at Fremington Edge on Saturday after she was pushed down to second place by a young woman, I hadn’t heard of  before,  Bronwyn Palmer from Perth. Nevertheless Victoria has entered every Round this year & thoroughly deserves her success, all of us who have watched her getting better & better, over quite a long time now, must be very pleased for her. I’ve no doubt that Mum & Dad Aleta & David, Uncle Terry & Grandad Payne are very proud of her achievement.

So Michael Brown is now a British for the first time after a really close battle with James Dabill, the Championship being decided on the tie break – best Result in the last Round – with Ross Danby 3rd on the JotaGas.

Laia Sainz managed to win all the Rounds of the FIM World Ladies Trials Championship that she entered & with them the Championship, dashing the hopes of Becky Cook, Emma Bristow & the others, but our Ladies, Becky, Emma & Joanne Coles must have been very pleased to win the Ladies Trial des Nations in France.

Back here at home, the break during the summer from the Centre Trials Championships came to a halt yesterday with the NSMSC’s Ivan Manning Timed Trial Champ Round & with the Kingswood Hawkesbury Trials Champ Round coming Sunday. See you there?


ps The Scott Trial Entry List is published, from a quick glance, Andy Noad is the only entrant from our Centre, I don’t know if his start Number [4] is good or not? He shouldn’t run out of daylight at least! Sam Ludgate is No 143, Andy Blackman No 145, Ricky Wiggins is in at No 157, Ross Danby is at 170


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