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Formula One -
After a four week break from racing, the WHO faithful returned to the Barn to start the busy final three months of the season.
There were twenty-
After everyone had completed two heats, it was Andy's Mega-
Most prominent was Andy, who dropped from top spot in the A to bottom of the C final.
Aiden also plummeted rather than moving up to challenge Ned for the junior medal.
Indeed, Ned looked nailed on for his first ever WHO pole, until Mr Competitive-
The G final was an all-
Jamie stepped up into yellow in the F final, where he was up against Neil and John's
The E final was another good, fast final. Duncan's Tyco was the only Classic Cup
car on show tonight and he looked -
Aiden was disappointed to be down in the D final, but he came out of the traps like a rocket, setting a rapid early pace that Deborah, Daniel and Simon struggled to match. Daniel reacted best in red lane and kept the youngster in his sights, with Deborah fast, but struggling with the final hairpin in white. Simon was struggling pretty much everywhere in yellow. It was an excellent run by Aiden and his winning score of 18.30 laps was the best of the finals so far.
Aiden stepped up to white lane in the C final and carried on his excellent form. Alex and Andy both crashed on the first lap, leaving Aiden to battle with Tony. It was close, but Tony was driving blue lane fast and consistently and finished just over a lap ahead. Alex recovered superbly to finish close to Aiden and well ahead of Andy, who had a woeful two minutes in yellow.
Like the previous two finals, the B final was an all Mega-
So it was two Mikes in the A final, joined by Ned and Keith -
The top two continued to pull away, leaving Mike McCann and Keith in an intense battle for third. With about ten seconds to go, Ned had cut his dad's lead down to less than two seconds and was closing in. The last time through the line and the gap was 1.27 seconds, but Mike D held his nerve to take another WHO win. Keith won the battle for third after a late off from Mike gave Keith a final margin of just a third of a lap.
Huge congratulations to Mike D -
We ended the evening the same way we started it -
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