Auto 66: Jackson sweeps big bikes at Cadwell

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DAVID Jackson dominated the Auto 66 Club’s last outing of 2018 as he took four wins from four at the Sidecar Bash this weekend.

While Saturday’s action was cut short with a bout of snow and frigid conditions, the Cadwell Park regular still managed to pick up two Senior class wins and two Count of Cadwell victories.

With temperatures hovering between a crisp three and six degrees throughout the day and the track already wet when racing got underway, it was a battle of survival as riders hit the circuit.

Jackson was unstoppable as he powered to four wins in the frigid conditions...
Jackson was unstoppable as he powered to four wins in the frigid conditions…

Jackson grabbed the early lead in the first Senior race on Saturday, but despite the rainy conditions he blitzed the field to beat Mark Goodings to the line by over 10s. And it was more of the same on Sunday as he led both laps of the shortened race, leading Goodings to the flag by nearly 12s.

It was another lights-to-flag win for Jackson in the first Count of Cadwell race with a 19s win over Paul Marley and despite Marley leading the first half of the second race, Jackson again charged ahead to complete his clean sweep.

Marley got his own in the 600 races, however, beating Adrian Hartog by almost 40s in Saturday’s six-lapper before coasting to a double with 65s to spare over Danny Booth on Sunday.

Aaron Staniforth had scored two overall fourths on his steelie Honda in the Senior races to take the Classic Superbike spoils, while Aiden Goodings and Tom Saville split the Lightweight 400cc wins.

*Click here for results from the Auto 66 Sidecar Bash at Cadwell Park

*Main image: Sid Diggins

*Side image: Steve Snelling

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