Author: sudburymcc

At Foxborough with the kind permission of Mr William Turtle, this regular venue on the Sudbury calendar has had a facelift with the addition of the bog after many years lying dormant alongside many other tweaks and track variations it transformed the familiar undulating course and posed a few questions to the 120 riders who tackled the race after heavy rain the night before. It was a pleasure to see so many new & familiar faces after months of not racing or even riding due to the unprecedented covid restrictions. With strict rules and regulations upon entry everyone from Sudbury MCC appreciates everyone's cooperation abiding to social distancing under ACU rules under whose jurisdiction the days race permit was issued. Thank you. Results Championship 1st Jake Nicholls 22 laps 2nd Ben Cole 21 Laps 3rd Shaun Southgate 21 Laps 4th Jamie Roper 21 Laps 5th Craig Roper 20 Laps 6th Jack Berry  20 Laps     Expert 1st Mitchell Parfitt 20 Laps 2nd

The first round of the Dave Barkshire Two Man Enduro Championship was not without drama; the original venue was waterlogged so the organisers Sudbury Motor Cycle Club move the event to Foxborough Quarry Sible Hedingham and on the day before when the course was set up conditions were perfect. However Mother Nature was not kind as it rained overnight making the conditions muddy, slippery, stamina sapping and very interesting. It was a battle of the Ropers (three brothers and one cousin all riding for the host Club) in the Championship Class, they slugged it out all day despite the slipping and sliding and after four hours it was a win for Rick Roper and his cousin Craig completing 38.50 laps pushing the brothers Stevie and Jamie into second place on 37.67 laps. Out of Centre riders Jack Lee and Paul Field secured 3rd place on 34.67 laps while there were two

A shortened course was prepared for the Youth Hare and Hounds Enduro after the main Adult event at Foxborough Quarry Sible Hedingham the other Sunday. The conditions were just as bad very muddy, slippery, stamina sapping although the rain held off. This event was sponsored by G H Motorcycles/G & B Aggregates and although there were only seven entries the organisers Sudbury Motor Cycle Club decided to run, four of the Youths had graduated to the Adult event and another six were riding elsewhere. It was a dead engine start with the competitors running a few yards to their machines and first away was Will Belton followed by Morgan Plaskett, Cullen Hawkins with Jemma Sargeant last away. Unluckiest rider was Billy Sargeant making his debut in this event who fell half way round the first lap and retired but he lives to fight another day. First round on lap one was