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Sherco 125cc Enduro

Husqvarna ACU British Sprint Championship

Round 6

4th August

Jamie McCanney (Husaberg) top honours at round six of the Husqvarna ACU Sprint Enduro Championship at near Sheffield, as Brad clinches the first title of the season by winning the 125 Youth


There was plenty of in the Husaberg camp at round six of the series as Jamie McCanney led a field of world-class enduro to claim the Elite class win at six of the Husqvarna ACU British Sprint Championship.

With the series north to the new venue of Westwood, instantly gelled with the based special test. the conditions exactly to his liking, the Manxman took an early by setting the fastest time in the special test. Gaining with each passing lap he on the technically demanding course and six of the day’s eight timed to secure the win.

With easing away to victory, the for the final podium positions was a one. Frenchman Fabien (Sherco) — enjoying his outing in the BSEC — second position at the midway in the day. But as the laps wound things tightened up between the and a hard charging Danny (Gas Gas).

Off the pace on the two laps, McCanney forced his way the Elite class. Winning the test he moved to within two of Planet. Delivering a flawless in the final test, McCanney the runner-up result away the Sherco rider, pushing back to third position.

Setting a fast pace the first half of the day KTM’s Tom looked capable of challenging for a top finish. Unable to match the of the leaders during the final few Sagar slipped back to Struggling to gel with the course, leader Matti Seistola endured a difficult day.

numerous times, the Finnish ruled himself out of contention for the win and his day fifth.

Making his first in the 2013 BSEC season Enduro rider Jonny acquitted himself well. the test, the KTM rider finished behind Seistola in sixth.


In the Under 23 category the day belonged to Steve Holcombe. Immediately a pace that none of his could match, Holcombe up a 22-second lead at the end of lap one. to up his pace throughout the day, the based youngster claimed his consecutive win of the series.

Slow to Husqvarna’s Jack Rowland his way past Sherco’s Gethin at the end of lap three. But with Holcombe holding a healthy lead, followed him home for second. to hold Rowland at bay, ended his day in third.

Visiting Swan Servajean (Yamaha) fourth while Scotland’s Flockhart (KTM) rounded out the top

Under 19

Continuing his winning from round five, Rob Johnson took a convincing win in the 19 class. Leading the way from the end of lap the Husqvarna rider steadily his advantage as the day progressed to secure Unable to match the pace set by TM’s Josh Gotts as the runner-up. Equalling his best of the 2013 season, Scott (KTM) chased Gotts for third.

Sherco’s Jon Hunt and Tom (KTM) completed the top five.

Youth Cup

Securing his sixth win of the series, KTM’s Brad wrapped up the 125 Youth class in Never headed throughout the Freeman claimed victory by two minutes. Although unable to the pace set by Freeman, runner-up Lee (Husaberg) comfortably finished three minutes clear of place Tom Kirk (KTM).

out the top five Jack Staines and Jordan Ridgway (KTM) their day in fourth and fifth respectively.


In the highly Expert class it was KTM mounted Ely that came out on top for the third this season. Capitalising on a mistake by early leader King (Kawasaki), Ely held off Antonio Dieu (Beta) to the win. With Dieu second, Sherco’s Scott competed the top three. Despite the pace early on, King’s on the penultimate lap dropped him back to

Dan Beaven (KTM) rounded out the top

Sherco’s Wayne Braybrook his first outing in the BSEC to a convincing win in the Expert Vets Andrew Reeves (KTM) and Bowker (KTM) completed the top


In the Clubman Vets Tim Cotton secured his fifth win of the Dai Beer (KTM) held off a Keith Jones (KTM) to second. With Jones Richard Holland (KTM) and Johnson (Husqvarna) rounded out the top

Easing his way to a 35-second margin of Mark Denslow (KTM) home the Clubman class In the battle for the runner-up result Rob (Sherco) beat Jesse Say by four seconds to finish With Say in third, Richard (KTM) frustratingly ended his day two seconds behind Say in fourth James Wren (KTM) fifth.


Claiming a win, Husaberg’s Jane topped the Women’s class. Walker (KTM) held off Styles (Husaberg) to take while Jade Gordon ended her day in fourth.

The 2013 British Sprint Enduro concludes with rounds and eight in Oxford on August 01.

Jamie McCanney (Husaberg – 1st “With so many top riders this weekend it feels to come away with the I knew it would be important to fast and that’s what I to do. I won the first six tests and was able to the race throughout the day. I the course – I think it’s the best round of the series so

Danny McCanney (Gas Gas – 2nd “I just started too slow and and found it hard to get a good going. Then as I got a few laps my belt I began to improve. the end of the day I closed up on Planet and began to like second place was

On the final two laps I gave it I had and just managed to beat him by a of seconds. Despite making hard for myself it’s a good day – I really enjoyed the

Fabien Planet (Sherco – 3rd “I’ve really enjoyed It’s my first time a race like this and I the format was great. The course was a lot of fun to It was a real enduro test many different line and lots of technical parts. was so fast today that his surprised me a little.

I just able to catch him. I wanted to finish second but I a couple of mistakes and that Danny to pass me. Overall I’m to finish on the podium – it’s a lot of fun.”

Tom Sagar (KTM – 4th “I really enjoyed the course I think it’s probably the best round of the championship so I was pushing hard today to the pace of the leaders and held overall during the halfway in the day. Fitness just let me a little towards the end.

Those guys race time and were able to that pace right the finish. But overall it’s a good day. I’m happy to fourth overall in such company.”

Matti Seistola – 5th Elite): “I’m a little with my result. I just on the pace of the leaders. On some my times were very but on others it wasn’t there. The I tired the more mistakes I – I think it’s just one of those days.”

Jonny (KTM – 6th Elite): “Riding round of the BSEC has been a confidence boost for me. I felt I to improve my speed and that’s what I have been to do. There were a lot of world-class competing and it’s been to know that I can match pace.

Aside from one on the sixth lap I was never too far away. the day sixth overall has been a result.”

Graham Jarvis – 12th Elite) . “It’s been a lot of fun to come and try something This was my first time at the and I’ve enjoyed myself. I was off the in the morning but once I made changes to my suspension I began to For me the day was all about improving my pace and I like I’ve done – hopefully I can ride some rounds in the future.”

Steve Holcombe (KTM – 1st 23): “I felt good all On the first time run I managed to set a time and that sort of set me up for the of the day. I knew where my was and how everyone else was doing.

there I just rode as and as fast as I could. It’s great to get three wins in a row now and two rounds left in the season the 23 championship is still all to play

Brad Freeman (KTM – 1st 19) . “I’m really pleased to come away with the 125 title and to do it by winning every has been a real bonus. into this round I it was possible to win it if I could take victory. After I looked at the I felt it was going to suit me.

I hard on the first three and opened up a good lead. that I just tried to my advantage and not make any mistakes.”


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