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2015 R4 Stirling

2015 R4 Stirling

Rd 4 Townhead Farm Stirling 14/6/15

Report by Allan Hughes

Round 4 of the Scottish Twinshock Championship took place on the flowing grass land track at Townhead Farm near to Stirling, The week running up to race day was very warm and sunny but overnight rain and drizzle throught the morning left the track a tad slippery and soft in places but this did not deter the hardy racers of the Scottish Twinshock Club,

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2015 R3 Powmill

Round 3 Carden Farm Powmill Kinross 24/5/15
Report by Allan Hughes

Once again the weather gods were kind to the racers of the Scottish Twinshock club as the sun shone all day at the favoured track of the old school Twinshock riders, The track builders had built a fast and flowing track that got great reviews at the end of the day.
The pre77 race saw the return of long time club member John Mitchell with three race wins unchallenged for the overall on the day, Garry Britton with two seconds and a third took second overall the former 125 Evo champ finding some form on the grassy track, Championship leader Richie McFadden seemed off the pace at Powmill with two thirds and a second for third overall at the end of the day.

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2015 R1 Leuchars

Round 1 Comerton Farm Leuchars 29/3/15

Report by Allan Hughes

The 2015 Scottish twinshock championship kicked off in fine style with a huge entry at Comerton Farm Leuchars in the sunny Kingdom of Fife,with most of Scotland a washout this small Fife peninsula stayed dry and sunny for most of the day.

The deep sand track seems to be a favorite for the mono support class but it seems to take its toal on the older machines as the track starts to cut up,First up was the pre77 class Argyle man Richie McFadden romped home for 3 straight wins unchallenged, The father and son duo of Garry and Jordan Britton had a epic battle for the other 2 podium places with Garry clinching the runner up spot ahead of son Jordan who finished the day with third overal. Don Fullerton had a good haul of points to claim forth overall dispite bike problems.

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2015 R2 Lochgilphead

R2 Mid Argyle moto park Lochgilphead 26/4/15

Report by Allan Hughes

For round two of the Scottish Twinshock Championship a visit to Mid Argyle moto park was in order and once again the weather gods were kind and the track was in great condition dispite heavy rain on the friday before the meeting.

First to the line was the pre 77 class and yet another dominant display by local man Richie McFadden with three gate to flag wins on his maico,Don Fullerton and Alan Adair went hard at it for second and third overall respectivly dispite Alan snapping off a foot peg mid way through the second race.

The four stroke class once again seen big Ricky Caldwell take three race wins, Callum Wilson with two seconds and a forth claimed second overall on the day and a good haul of points on the big honda, Joe McLean had another good day with a solid third overall just goes to show there is life in the old dog yet.

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2014 R9 Glenfarg

GLENFARG RACE REPORT 5-10-14

BY Joe Mclean

THE FINAL ROUND OF THE SCOTTISH TWINSHOCK SCRAMBLES CHAMPIONSHIPS ON SUNDAY WAS A REAL MANS EVENT. THE WEATHER WAS EXCEPTIONALY GOOD FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR,THE TRACK LAYOUT WAS SECOND TO NONE AND THE FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE COULD NOT BE BOUGHT .AS USUAL THE OLD CODGERS,THE OVER 50s WERE OUT FIRST AND WHAT A BLAST FROM THE PAST THIS WAS ,A LOT OF TODAYS RIDERS RACED IN THE NEXT FIELD TO THIS ONE OVER 35 YEARS AGO AND YOU COULD HERE ALL THE STORIES OF LONG AGO FROM THE WISE MEN IN THE PITS BEFORE THE OFF,.DAVE PULLAR CONTINUED HIS RELENTLESS PURSUIT OF PERFECTION AND REELED OFF 3 STRAIGHT WINS ,SCOTT NAPIER AND STUART BAIRD WERE HIS MOST SERIOUS CHALLENGERS BUT HE HELD THEM OFF TO CLAIM THE OVERALL AND THIS YEARS CHAMPIONSHIP,IN THE MINOR PLACINGS,JIMMY GRIEVE ,JOHN RUTHERFORD AND JOCK CAMERON WERE GIVING IT WHAT FOR WITH GREIVE COMING OUT ON TOP IN THIS Battle.

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Tuesday, June 27, 2017
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