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2014 R8 Alloa

23-9-14                    TWINSHOCK SCRAMBLE CLUB SCOTLAND

   RACE REPORT FROM ROUND 9 AT GLENOCHIL ON 21-9-14

   ROUND  9 AT GLENOCHIL LAST SUNDAY WAS A BRILLIANT  MEETING . THE WEATHER WAS AT ITS BEST AND A SUPER TURNOUT OF RIDERS MADE FOR A GREAT DAYS RACING.THE OVER 50s WERE OUT FIRST AND WHAT A SUPERB DISPLAY OF RACING ,HAMMER AND TONGS  FROM START TO FINISH IN ALL 3 LEGS  .THE OLDER GUYS  SURE KNOW HOW TO ENJOY THEMSELVES ,DAVE PULLAR AND SCOTT NAPIER CONTINUED THEIR BATTLEUP FRONT  IN THIS CLASS WITH JOHNNY RUTHERFORD, JOE MCLEAN , DAVY ROSS AND JOCK CAMERON  FIGHTING FOR THE MINOR AWARDS,BIG DONNIE BRUCE WAS INVOLVED IN THE EARLY RACES BUT SUCCUMED TO AN INJURY AND HAD TO RETIRE. NEXT ON LINE WAS THE PRE 77 MOB WITH RICHIE MCFADDEN SECURING THE 3 WINS TO TAKE THIS YEARS PRE 77 CHAMPIONSHIP IN STYLE.THE TEAM LEADER OF BRITTONS GOT TALENT,GARY BRITTON WHO HAS  SHOWED A MEGA IMPROVEMENT IN  RECENT MONTHS RODE TO A VERY GOOD SECOND OVERALL FROM DON FULLERTON AND BRIAN ROBERTSON . THE FOURSTROKES PUT ON A SUPERB SHOW AND THE TRACK CONDITIONS SEEMED TO FAVOUR THE BIG THUMPERS AS THESE GUYS WERE FLYING,FINLAY WHITE TAKING A WELL EARNED 3 WINS FROM THE VASTLY IMPROVING RICK CALDWELL IN SECOND AND CALLUM WILSON IN 3RD .THIS CHAMPIONSHIP IS STILL WIDE OPEN AND WILL GO TO THE LAST ROUND  AT GLENFARG   ON SUNDAY THE 5TH OF OCTOBER AND IS SURE TO BE A GREAT FINALE TO A WELL FOUGHT CHAMPIONSHIP ALL YEAR BY THE TOP 3 IN THIS CLASS.

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2014 R8 Leuchars

Round 8, Comerton Farm Leuchars, Sunday the 7th of September 2014

All roads led to Comerton Farm near Leuchars in Fife for the Scottish Twinshock Scramble Club’s Round 8 meeting of their jam packed 10 round 2014 championship.

This superb sandy racetrack has a good reputation for producing excellent racing with its massive “wall of death” style sweeping berm and tricky table-top jumps. The track as normal was well groomed for the arrival of the Twinshock guys and organisers were hoping for a good turnout of competitors to fill the start line.

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2014 R6 Lochgilphead

Round 6, Achnashelloch Lochgilphead, Sunday the 3rd of August 2014

The Scottish Twinshock Scramble Club racing circus continues to gather pace as they headed to Achnashelloch near Lochgilphead on the extreme west coast of the country to hold round six of their ten round 2014 championship.

Stewart Campbell had made a superb job of getting the track in tip top condition for this round 6 event, and had added a few little tricky sections and table-top’s just to keep everybody on their toes. Saturday was not the best of days for a weekend of camping as the dreaded west coast weather pissed down relentlessly all afternoon and the usual barbeque and beer social evening was a bit of a wash-out. Mind you if you were part of a certain group you could just book into a nice little local B&B where it was nice and warm and cosy and didn’t have to rough it like me sleeping in the front seat of the car.

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2014 R7 Tinto

Round 7, Tinto Moto Park Rigside Lanarkshire, Sunday 24th of August 2014

Hard to believe that the Scottish Twinshock Scramble Club are now almost three quarters of the way through their 2014 championship as they headed to the late Robbie Allan’s superb Tinto Moto Park facility at Rigside Lanarkshire to hold Round 7 of their ten round campaign.

Still classed as one of the best off-roading facilities in Scotland this picturesque and first-rate resource was in excellent condition to hold the event. Although the initial entry for this round was not good there was an excellent turnout of day members who increased the overall riders tally by a considerable margin and it appeared like it was all systems go.

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2014 R5 Garelochead

Round 5, Glen Fruin, Garelochead. Sunday the 6th of July 2014

It’s hard to imagine they are now halfway through their 2014 race calendar already as the Scottish Twinshock Scramble Club headed to the picturesque location of Garelochead on the west coast of Scotland to hold Round five of their ten round championship.

Every round thus far in 2014 has been blessed with excellent riding conditions thanks to the superb summer weather the UK is currently enjoying. And the track at Garelochead was in top form for this halfway point encounter.

The track of course at Garelochead is all prepared and fettled by none other than Sean Doherty, Gordon Forbes and their little west coast band of elves who had worked tirelessly for almost a fortnight getting the course in tip-top shape.

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