Scarborough 2 Day 2014
2nd & 3rd August 2014
Final Instructions & Rider List including Start Times are now available to download under REGS & DOCS tab at the top of the page
See you all on Saturday, hopefully with some sunshine too
**** CLOSING DATE ALMOST A WEEK AWAY ****
The closing date for entries for the Scarborough 2 Day is ONE WEEK tomorrow
*** 50% of rider places have already been filled ***
Please get your entries sent in time for this deadline
The Regulations & Entry Form are available to download from the
Regs& Docs tab at the top of the page.
Scarborough 2 Day Trial - 2nd & 3rd August 2014
Remember entry is limited & priority will be given to Youth Riders. Closing date Strictly 25th July 2014
A REMINDER TO EVERYONE THAT
LOW NORTH PARK WILL BE CLOSED FOR PRACTICE FROM
WEDNESDAY 30TH JULY PM UNTIL MONDAY 4TH AUGUST
FOR THE PREPARATION FOR THE YOUTH TWO DAY WEEKEND
SOME OF THE SECTIONS HAVE BEEN SET OUT FOR THE TWO DAY TRIAL THIS WEEK END
COULD EVERYONE PLEASE KEEP WELL AWAY FROM THEM. THEY ARE NOT FOR PRACTICING ON !!!!!!
LOW NORTH PARK WILL BE CLOSED FOR PRACTICE FROM WEDNESDAY 30TH JULY UNTIL MONDAY 4TH AUGUST.
It was an historic day for the well known Spanish manufacturer yesterday, when Gas Gas topped the podium in all three classes of the latest round of the 2014 FIM Trial World Championship held in La Mongie, France.
In the World Pro division Adam Raga – Gas Gas continued his French love affair as he recorded yet another victory in his country of choice. Raga defeated series leader Toni Bou – Repsol Honda by the merest of margins and in doing so extended his record to ten wins at the French GP, his first coming way back in 2004.
In the FIM Trial World Cup category, it was recently turned sixteen year old Arnau Farre – Gas Gas who was very much the surprise winner. The teenager from Spain's previous best result was seventh at the British GP prior to his hard fought win on French soil.
Finally in the FIM 125 Trial Cup Teo Colairo – Gas Gas took full advantage of competing in front of his home fans as he recorded his first win of the season to cement his runners up placing in the general standings with one round still remaining.
All three winners will now be able to savour their success over the next month before the FIM Trial World Championship resumes after its traditional summer break at the final round in Spain come early September.