Jamie Kelman bagged the ACU Team Green Senior 300 title after coasting to the first race victory at Pembrey.
And the newly-crowned champ continued his winning ways as he dominated the weekend to score four wins from four races at Bemsee’s penultimate round.
Kelman had arrived at the track within touching distance of the championship after a strong season, and quickly established himself as the man to beat as he took pole and then powered to the opening win.
This meant title rival Kai Dickinson needed a second place to keep his championship hopes alive, but it wasn’t to be, and he could only manage a third in class.
This was enough to give Kelman the title with the best part of two rounds left to run, and from there the newly crowned champ set out to enjoy himself
Glynn Davies finished second ahead of first Junior rider home, Owen Jenner, who boosted his own championship lead.
Kelman beat Jenner to the spoils in race two with Junior rider James Dutton taking third and his second runner-up spot of the weekend, the result giving Jenner the chance to extend his lead by a further five points.
But it was an all Senior 300 podium in the first of Sunday’s wet races. Kelman made it three from three, four seconds ahead of Konrad Breese as Glynn Davies finished third.
Despite missing out on a rostrum finish, Jenner was back on the box after crossing the line third in the final race. Kelman took another lights-to-flag victory as Davies took second.
While Kelman has now sealed the Senior spoils, Junior leader Jenner heads into the final round at Brands Hatch Indy next month on 601 points, with Dutton on 528.
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