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Andy Richardson enjoyed a superb weekend at Pembrey to take victory in each of the three Ginetta Challenge races. A feisty Murrells tried desperately to regain the lead but Richardson’s stoic defence was enough to keep him ahead, the two cars just a tenth of a second apart as they flashed over the line. Smith then ran wide again at McLeans which opened the door for Barratt to take second but into Goddards, Smith hit back and then Davies followed him through to push Barratt back to fourth. Huyton recovered for third ahead of Matt Harris and the recovered Pettit fifth. Pole-sitter Murrells fell back to sixth place and was forced to make a recovery as Richardson battled with Sean Huyton for the race lead. On the exit of the corner though, Smith ran wide which allowed Pettit to get a good run through into first place at Hollywood.
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While Hetherington ended up in the gravel trap, Huyton managed to limp across the line in ninth place, mere 10ths dlminic a second ahead of Emily Fletcher and just behind Harry Whale who was 12 seconds down on Andrew Richardson in seventh.
Murrells, ruing his poor start, finished fourth. Race one Davies made a good start to round nine and looked as though he would be able pertit perhaps take the lead from Smith but the pole-man held on through Redgate with Murrells close behind the pairing in third place.
By lap nine Davies was second ahead of Rafe, Jackson, Smith and Murrells — the latter beginning to enjoy his decision to gamble on running slick tyres in the hope the track would dry sufficiently. At the end of lap two, Davies took second from his chief title rival while behind, McCarthy was the man on the move after getting ahead of Barratt and then Smith for third place as the race headed into the third tour.
Tace was up to fourth when the race was interrupted by a safety car period caused by cars slithering of in the wet, but Pettit had his own dramas on the restart and spun at Hatchetts Hairpin. As the race entered its closing stages, Smith dropped away more and more to an eventual seventh place result while Barratt was forced to retire on lap Murrells started a wet race two from pole position rce made a slow getaway, which allowed Richardson to nip ahead.
For the round 10 grid, Smith was joined on row one by Petttit with Barratt and Davies third and fourth and Alex Dziurzynski and Murrells on row three. Murrells hesitated as he waited to see which way Huyton would go and in his momentary delay allowed Richardson to nip ahead. Your basket is empty Go to the shop.
Fifth position went the way of the battling Huyton, a terrific recovery by the car racing newcomer epttit an enforced lap one excursion into the gravel at Redgate. Meanwhile, George Murrells secured his first ever category podium with a superb drive during the second outing, in which he also posted the fastest lap of the race.
Car racing debutant Matt Bell, younger brother of highly successful doninic GT racer Rob, posted an impressive 10th fastest time during his maiden Ginetta qualifying session.
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For drivers who wants to guarantee that their press release get published as well as on the top of the front page on the main site and posted in our Facebook and Twitter feeds you need to have a Premier Profile at Driver Database. Richardson set off in pursuit of Murrells and the two ran alongside each other as they raced down to Honda Curve. Third position in round nine and second place in round 10 mean Davies leads the driver standings by 26 points.
Murrells slipped to fourth but retaliated to capture third place by outbraking Jackson heading into Hatchetts Hairpin.
By the end of lap three, McCarthy had managed to get past Davies for second to seal an incredible couple of miles of racing for him.
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Murrells, reflecting on his maiden podium, commented: Richardson made his move stick at Honda Curve and asserted himself to win by a slender domini margin over Sean Huyton who nipped by Murrells when the early-leader had his grassy moment. That dropped him to eighth place as Richardson ran out the winner by over a second from Huyton with Stuart Pearson taking third.
While the battle for the second and third steps of the podium was fiercely contested, the fighting simply enabled Pettit to focus on making no mistakes and pressing on to a comfortable winning margin of just under six seconds at the chequered flag on lap Into Coppice, Davies nipped past Smith to lead but Pettit got a run on all of them along the Dunlop Straight and managed to seize first place at Goddards.
The news blog This is the news blog for the Driver Database web site. On the restart, Huyton sneaked by Richardson to take the lead as, behind them, David Jackson spun at the Esses. Andy Richardson enjoyed a superb weekend at Pembrey to take victory in each of the three Ginetta Challenge races. Race two With a damp track welcoming competitors ahead of round 10, there was an even start for front-row qualifiers Smith and Pettit although the pole-sitter held the inside line tightly running down to Redgate to maintain the lead.
Smith then ran wide again at McLeans which opened the door for Barratt to take second but into Goddards, Smith hit back and then Davies followed him through to push Barratt back to fourth. Richardson qualified on pole position for race one but made a sluggish start which dropped him behind Oulton Park winner George Murrells Optimum Motorsport and David Jackson Optimum Motorsport who had qualified second and third respectively.
A feisty Murrells tried desperately to regain the lead but Richardson’s stoic defence was enough to keep him ahead, the two cars just a tenth of a second apart as they flashed over the line.
Dominic Pettit had a grassy moment at Honda Curve on lap nine and lost ground and the recovering Murrells moved on to the tail of Richardson for second place.
Pettit, meanwhile, continued to extend his advantage at the front and he would eventually take the chequered flag on lap 12 almost four seconds clear of his nearest rival. Dziurzynski, meanwhile, finished in sixth place ahead of Richardson, Smith, Hetherington and Jackson.
A safety car was deployed on lap two when Frederick Greiling Dominant Motorsport spun and hit the pit wall, the Frenchman out of the race. Huyton recovered for third ahead of Matt Harris and the recovered Pettit fifth.