As day one of a fraught day of the Bridgestone Masters came to a close, three races had to be carried over to Sunday after three crashes took a while to sort out with the air ambulance making an unfortunate call which all delayed the event, writes Dick Law But what racing did happen on the spectacular Wroxton circuit in Oxfordshire was fantastic and very close.
Charlie Putman won both amateur MX2 races but Corie Southwood pushed him all the way in race one with Jaydon Murphy chasing him home in race two.
Three riders topped the leader board in the amateur MX1 with Joshua Bentley, Scott Bates and Luke Houghton all on eighty-four points each.
Things couldn’t be closer at the top of the 125 class with leader Dylan Spencer leading the field on eighty-two but with Troy Willerton, Jasper Uphill and Cullen Scott all on eighty and waiting for tomorrow to come to fight for the overall.
Mitchell Bates won both clubman races from Alex Harvey and Greg Fisher.
In a close MXY2 race Sam Ongley won by less than a second from Aaron Patstone and Rory Jones.
Callum Baldwin won the only big wheel race run from Sam Davis and Billy Collinesn, while Sam Ongley won the small wheels from Aaron Patstone and Rory Jones.
Will Haddock won the 65 race from Warren Clarke and Freddie Gardener.
Tomorrow the pros will take to the fast track with great jumps and will well be worth a watch.