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    Quote Originally Posted by Sal the 2nd View Post
    Nice that unlike previous Trackrods there wasnt a massive gap between the fields
    Motorsport UK no longer insist that events have to run competitors in seeded order, which they had done since the inquiries into spectator safety following the accidents on JCMR and Snowman. BRC also no longer insist that they run entirely separately form the other competitors. That enabled Trackrod MC to run the Historic & 2WD BTRDA cars reverse seeded first with the BRC & BTRDA 4WD runners normally seeded after. The pace of the top historic runners compared with the top BRC runners meant that there only needed to be a 5 minute gap between the last Historic and the first BRC. It also meant that they could accept more entries without breaching the 3 hour convoy length limit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the sniper View Post

    Matthew Wilson really has been a welcome (re)addition this year. Mixing it with Matt Edwards and Osian Pryce, maybe not the naturally quickest guy, but he reminds me of Andreas Mikkelsen, tries to make up the time in a rather spectacular style!

    For the Championship, nice and close now:
    1. Osian Pryce 66
    2. Matt Edwards 62
    3. Matthew Wilson 53J
    4. Rhys Yates 53J

    Does anyone know what happened to Rhys Yates on SS5 Langdale? Dropped from 4th to 13th, really cost him Championship wise.

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    It was another puncture for Yates on SS5. Not good at all but I think he was always slower than the top 3 like he has been most of the year.

    Edwards really showed his class again here and with a fair share of luck he should take the title again. The absence of Tom Cave has been a real pity - one of the few who can really compete with him on pure pace.

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