No, no, he didn’t slam you, he didn’t bump you, he didn’t nudge you… he rubbed you. And rubbin, son, is racin’.
Harry Hogge (Days Of Thunder)
The Flash Took Pole Position! HannnnngOn A Quick Minute! No He didn’t! There’s a new “TopDog” In Qualifying. Jack Williamson stole the show, and pole position.
Normal service Resumed!
The Flash’s hiccup in Qualifying was exactly that, A hiccup, he was back to his brilliant best, stole the lead from “Jackpot” and controlled the race all the way to the flag! Another win.
It wasn’t as easy as some of the others, Jackpot filled 2nd place with a much improved performance! Oliver “Who Currently Doesn’t Have a Nickname” Shelton kept his distance, but still kept his head to fill the final podium position.
Race two saw another epic performance from “The Flash” an early spin saw a heroic recovery, fighting his way through the field and to the front, passing “Jackpot” in the final stages to collect yet another win. That driver was there again in 2nd place, Jack “Jackpot” Williamson. Stef Christoo-few-few out performed his experience to collect a great 3rd place.
Henry George, Pole Position. This is a very important week for this driver, the wind is beneath “The Flash’s” wings and the championship can be won today! Only Mr Henry George can take it to the final week.
No one has told the returning Jason Gjelaj the championship script, Jason took the early lead in his grasp and never loosened his grip, A fantastic return for the “Man Of Man Words Jason. Race Winner. Beau “Red Red Ribena” Sullivan kept in Jason’s wheel tracks to follow him across the line in 2nd position. “Ground Control To Henry George” 3rd is the best our Championship contender could manage in this race, The championship is now Oliver Flashman’s to lose!
Guess who’s back, back again, Henry’s Back, tell a friend! It was the Return of the Mac! (A bit of the nighties and the noughties there) Henry George was back to winning ways for race two, would this be enough, he’ll need a lot luck in the A Final to continue the championship onto the final week. Kye Kinch was back to podium ways as he battled home in 2nd leaving a great 3rd place for Yian Charalalalalalalalalambous to claim, I haven’t written that name in a while!
We had a B Final!! Stef Christoo-few-few won it!
On to the important one! The A Final.
“Take your marks”
No mistakes this time from “Flash” “Slingshot Engaged” Oliver stamped his superiority and controlled the race, slowly extending his lead over the field.
“Man Of Many Words” Jason’s time in 4th didn’t last as he was relegated to 7th.
Not the best A Final for Beau as he and Stef “Played Handbags” near the rear of the field, it was again That Boy, Jack “Jackpot” Williamson who was making a name for himself, get outta the way Jack, Henry George’s championship is slipping from his clutches and Olli extends his lead and with Jack holding 2nd Henry now needs a miracle!
Cracks started showing and “Jackpot” was finally dispositied, Henry George 2nd!
Our new champion Oliver Flashman crosses the line to win the race! Game, Set and Match to “The Flash”
The absolutely fantastic Henry George was been brilliant all season, taking the championship to the more experienced Olli, 2nd in the final and 2nd in the championship! Not far behind in the race is Jack “Jackpot” Williamson with what I think is his best performance to date
Driver Of The Day: Jack Williamson
Championship Top 3!
Harry Nottage: 304
Kye Kinch: 264
The “Anchhhhhhher”was back,Pole Position
Georgie’s “absent without leave” weeks had handed the championship to Jack Goldsmith on a gold plated platter, with only 2ndin the championship now available for George he started the day in the best possible way, pole position and now race win, Good Job! #StopMissingWeeks
Jack Adam continued his “New Me” approach and again drove brilliantly to collect 2nd.
Hello Lewis Deacon, welcome back, here’s 3rd.
Georgie didn’t have its own way in race 2 as the returning Alfie Wratten again hit the heights and won the race ahead of the consistent Jack Adams who again took 2nd, Oliver Moo-Jew-Jew wasn’t far behind in 3rd.
Harry Fleming filled pole position on what would end up a very good day for him.
It started with a dominate display in race 1, winning the race brilliantly ahead of last week’s podium position guy Dylan “Dot” Cotton who, after a long battle claimed 2nd ahead of Mason Murray.
Harry Fleming’s day only got better in race 2 with another great performance and another win keeping himself away from the carnage which saw the race with the most ABC’s clambering away from the wreck in 2nd was Andoni Constantinou!! Not heard of that name in the blogs before! A great drive from Andoni! Dylan was there again, securing himself a place in the A Final after finishing 3rd.
Champion, soon to be former champion, Adam Harding found his way to the A Final via a win in the B Final
Mr Fleming Checked Out! Drove into the sunset at the end of an early 90’s film. (Last Action Hero) Awesome Film!
The battle was for all the other positions, another, not such a great A Final for Jack Adams after a great performance in the heats, he came undone in the Final.
Alfie was on the move, an early ABC clipped his wings but he soon recovered and was Harry’s nearest challenger.
Adam Harding was other driver saving himself for the A Final, Adam is always one to ensure he gets maximum value for money, he usually makes his way to the front of the A Final via an extra race in the B Final, he has just cashed in his 10th place, given it to Lewis Deacon (Bad deal there Lewis) and is now holding 4th!
Harry’s day of dominance was over, 1st place 100% recorded, Pole Position, both heat wins and now the final.
Alfie Wratten held his 2nd place after a great drive and Georgie Anker retook 2nd in the championship with 3rd position.
Harry Fleming The Dominator
Driver Of The Day: Harry Fleming
Championship Top 3
Jack Goldsmith: 217
Georgie Anker: 167
Oliver Mooji: 163