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Extra, from a press launch issued by British Expertise Cup:

Garness hammers house his benefit in Race 2

The quantity 57 impresses as soon as once more to drag clear, with Stephenson and McCabe again on the podium on Sunday

Sunday, 07 August 2022

After domination in Race 1, Johnny Garness (MLav VisionTrack Academy) did it once more on Sunday for one more spectacular victory. In a category of his personal all weekend, the quantity 57 was over six seconds clear on the chequered flag in Race 2. The identical two riders joined him on the rostrum too, with Rhys Stephenson (Rockey Racing) impressing for one more rostrum end and likewise Harley McCabe (MLav VisionTrack Academy) as they took second and third, respectively.

Garness acquired the holeshot as soon as once more, with Stephenson slotting into second and McCabe into third – as it could end up, additionally the place every would end. Initially although they had been glued collectively, and Stephenson was in a position to take the lead for the latter a part of the lap – earlier than Garness swept spherical the surface to steer over the road for the subsequent.

Because the laps ticked down, the hole then solely grew. As soon as into clear air and settled within the lead, Garness was in a position to draw back and ultimately crossed the road 6.618 seconds clear, taking an enormous 84-point lead within the standings.

Behind him, the Stephenson vs McCabe duel raged on. The 2 had been glued collectively till the penultimate lap because the quantity 23 was then in a position to simply draw back, with McCabe pressured to accept third however each having an extremely spectacular Sunday.

It was a detailed trio preventing for fourth too, with Sullivan Mounsey (Wilson Racing/J&S Racing) vs Carter Brown (MLav VisionTrack Academy) vs Harrison Dessoy (Microlise Cresswell Racing/Jap Storage Racing). Mounsey crashed out, nonetheless, and Brown was in a position to pull into some clear air in fourth as Dessoy accomplished the highest 5.

Subsequent up Clayton Edmunds (MJL Racing) took one other good end on the head of a detailed group, beating Lucas Brown (SP125/Amphibian Scaffolding), Harrison Crosby (Banks Racing), Julian Correa (Microlise Cresswell Racing) and Matthew Ruisbroek (Microlise Cresswell Racing), the latter duo break up by simply hundredths over the road.

That’s a wrap on Race 2 on the British GP, with 84 factors now in Garness’ favour on the prime because the paddock heads to Thurxton for a fast turnaround. Can his rivals hit again subsequent weekend?


Julian Correa (40) in motion at Silverstone. Picture by Michael Hallam, courtesy Michael Correa.




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