FSRA Pre-Injection: Wintec sweep the board to go top of the points

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WINTEC Racing boys Simon Horton and Adam Buxton cleaned up at Cadwell Park at the weekend as they powered to four FSRA Pre-injection Sidecar series wins.

And the duo have now gone straight to the top of the points standings after round four of the series, which  joined the fun at the Auto66 Festival of Wheels meeting at the Lincolnshire track.

The team headed to Cadwell lying fourth in the title chase, and following a string of good results were looking good to start troubling the points leaders as the weekend got underway.

The Wintec Racing boys cleaned up with four wins from four races…

Qualifying third on the grid and second in class, the pair took the opening win in class by 7.9secs over Mark Burns and Steve Winfrow, crossing the line third overall.

The result was the same in race two, although this time they took the win by more than 16secs over their rivals, as the pair crossed the line first and second overall.

Sunday was to bring two further overall and class wins as the pair continued to dominate the weekend, taking maximum points to shoot to the top of the points table with an 11-point lead over John and Doug Chandler.

“What can I say, we have had a fantastic weekend,” said Simon Horton. “The outfit was faultless and Adam was once again a brilliant passenger. We bedded in the new tyres and brakes during free practice and decided to go out and be as smooth as possible.

“Everything came together perfectly although I did struggle a bit in the final race due to heat exhaustion. I am delighted with the results and I beat my personal best time as well.”

*Click here for full results from Auto 66 Festival of Wheels at Cadwell Park

*Images: Sid Diggins

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