NG Road Racing riders made their annual trek to Wales this past weekend as the club hit Pembrey for its fifth round of action.
After qualifying on pole, 600 man Max Symonds pipped National Superstock regular Mark Clayton to the Saturday win by half a second, but Sunday was all Clayton as he made a clean sweep of the middleweight class with time to spare.
Duncan Bailie looked on for a clean sweep in the Desmo Due ranks before a retirement in the final race left the door open for Andy Blomfield to snatch the A-class win, while Mark Tomkins made it three B-class wins on the trot.
F400 ace Tim Bradley bagged a full house of wins to extend his series lead, while Sean Able and Jack Kirsch shared the Formula 125 spoils.
Daniel Boucher did the double in the Streetstock 1300 category, but was pipped to the final win by a mere 0.030sec as Chris Oliver snatched the silverware with Jon Wright just a few tenths off the winning fight in third.
In the Streetstock 700 ranks, it was all Dave Irons as the reigning champ scorched to all three wins while, just behind, the two Daniels, Jones and Nelmes, both took victory in the Pre Injection 700 class.
The opening Pre Injection 1300 honours went the way of Potchy Williams, but only just ahead of Daniel Boucher before Boucher stormed to the second win while Jon Wright took the final over Williams.
Paul Metcalfe destroyed the Open 500 field on Saturday, but his absence gave the only other 500 runners – Steve Richards and Rickki Tomiczek – a chance to pick up a win apiece.
On the same grids, William Holland controlled the Minitwin action with plenty of time to spare over the line as he bagged three wins on the trot, while further back Mike Burke, Tony Hart, Keith Higgs and John Tatham shared the Formula Prostocks FP1 and FP3 spoils.
Holland also blasted to the first Supertwin victory, but was out of action for Sunday as Michael Rees twice led home Joe Thomas to do the double.
The FPR Bandit Challenge boys now head into the championship showdown and after title favourites Harley Prebble and James McHardy took two wins apiece in Wales, the battle for the crown looks to be a flyer.
Jim Hind strengthened his grip on the National 250GP championship with another clean sweep to bring his tally of wins up to 12 from 15 starts. In the National 125GP ranks, Phil Atkinson moved one step closer to the title with a double victory, but he looks to be a shoe-in for the crown after his closest rival Gavin Mills ended his season with a win and two seconds as he announced he would be bowing out of 2019 early.
After Josh Day had dominated the Saturday Sound of Thunder race, Dave Mackay cleared off ahead of Anthony White to win by 10sec before White pipped him to the final by just 0.136sec.
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