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Back to Basics – 03/08/2017 – Yarmouth

6 Nathan Ling – Ford Puma
61 Danny Coleman – Ford Fiesta Mk4
126 Dan Derbyshire – Ford Fiesta Mk4
174 Tom Anderson – Audi A3 (used)
292 Harry Airey – Ford Fiesta Mk5
365 Jordan Howard – Rover 75 (used)
367 Barry Beevor – Volvo V40
383 Ashley Durrant – Ford Fiesta Mk5
385 Craig Thurlow – Ford Fiesta Mk4
386 Marcus Gridley – Ford Fiesta Mk5
393 Aurimas Moss – Vauxhall Astra (used)
400 Lee Kingsnorth – Ford Fiesta Mk5 (used)
439 Danny Sutton – Ford Fiesta Mk4
447 Nyall Hardingham – Ford Fiesta Mk4
474 Michael Kent – Ford Fiesta Mk5
541 Darren Legrice – Nissan Primera
548 Alex Utting – 
564 Mark Cooper – Ford Fiesta Mk4
700 Roy Bunn – Vauxhall Astra (DNR)
760 Harry Spencer – Mazda Premacy
821 Ryan Preston – Ford Puma
861 Jamie Donoghue – Toyota Celica (used)
873 Kyle Roberts – Suzuki Alto (used)
903 Joff Smith – Nissan Almera SE

Heat 1 raised 23 cars. 383 Durrant spun 6 Ling to set the action rolling. 548 Big Al rode up the side of 760 Hazza. 292 Airey jacked 386 Gridley. 439 Sutty spun 61 Danny C. 400 Kingsnorth spun 541 Rodder. 760 Hazza attacked 548 Big Al. 861 Donoghue spun 367 Beevor, as 821 Dangerous set about 383 Durrant. 400 Kingsnorth spun 439 Sutty, while 548 Big Al held up 474 Tweety-Pie; 447 Nail attacking the latter, resulting in him posting running mate 548 Big Al. 447 Nail spun 821 Dangerous before clipping the lame 6 Ling, snapping a shaft. 861 Donoghue spun 400 Kingsnorth, as 61 Danny C spun 821 Dangerous. 385 Thurlow raced to the win ahead of 861 Donoghue and 564 Coatie.

385, 861, 564, 400, 541, 439, 383, 307, 61

Heat 2 saw 19 cars return. 821 Dangerous spun 760 Hazza from the off before laying into 400 Kingsnorth. 548 Big Al put 386 Grindley across the grass. 821 Dangerous launched 307 Pretty Boy over the tyres before putting away 903 Joff. 307 Pretty Boy dished a revenge shot to 821 Dangerous, as 861 Donoghue spun 474 Tweety Pie for the lead. 821 Dangerous again set about 903 Joff. The quick 861 Donoghue spun aside 548 Big Al, before 61 Danny C caught the infield marker tyres causing him to roll. The restart saw 548 Big Al attack 383 Donut. 861 Donoghue spun 367 Beevor which sent 903 Joff fence wards. 861 Donoghue took a convincing win, ahead of 292 Airey and 385 Thurlow.

861, 292, 385, 541, 548, 367, 126, 439

The Final saw a better 20 cars. 821 Dangerous attacked 307 Pretty Boy from the off. 393 Aurimas set about 903 Joff. 541 Rodder jacked 821 Dangerous. 383 Donut spun 873 Roberts. 439 Sutty spun 383 Donut, as 447 Nail buried 174 Hippopot into 393 Aurimas. 541 Rodder went on oppo, catching 873 Roberts. 861 Donoghue attacked 474 Tweety Pie for the lead. 760 Hazza jacked 393 Aurimas. 307 Pretty Boy clipped 474 Tweety Pie head on. 292 Airey set about the lurking 548 Big Al, who started to catch alight bringing a halt to proceedings. 383 Donut set about 821 Dangerous. 367 Beevor spun 861 Donoghue, as 821 Dangerous jacked 383 Donut. 385 Thurlow hooked out 439 Sutty, as 292 Airey took the win this time with 385 Thurlow and 367 Beevor his placemen.
292, 385, 367, 126, 439, NOF

19 Titch Mancini – Volvo S80 Hearse (used)
110 Buster Hodds- Vauxhall Zafira
116 Mark Want – Honda Civic (used)
537 Martin Brunson – Ford Escort Estate
557 Daniel Wilson – Vauxhall Astra Estate
861 Jamie Donoghue – Vauxhall Vectra

The Caravan DD raised 6 cars. 474 Tweety Pie ran 557 Wilson in, resulting in him losing his caravan. 474 Tweety Pie buried himself into 19 Titch. 110 Buster attacked 537 Bruno. 19 Titch destroyed 537 Bruno’s caravan. 537 Bruno clipped 116 Wanty over the cross over. 537 Bruno clipped 861 Donoghue, who went on to spin 110 Buster. 537 Bruno splinters 19 Titch, before 537 Bruno buried himself in 110 Buster’s caravan. 19 Titch wedges himself on 110 Buster trailer. 537 Bruno breaks 861 Donoghue. 861 Donoghue drives through 537 Bruno’s redundant caravan. 19 Titch buried 557 Wilson which caused 116 Wanty to get caught on 474 Tweety Pie, leaving 557 Wilson to take the honours.

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