Highlights action and race report from rounds two and three of the ACU British Sprint Enduro Championship – Sherco rider Jack Edmondson is on a mission with three from three rounds in 2019.
Jack Edmondson proved he is the rider to beat in the 2019 ACU British Sprint Enduro Championship with a double victory this weekend at rounds two and three in Northamptonshire.
The first day’s racing of two at the Brigstock circuit proved a tough test for Edmondson with Alex Snow showing why he has the current British Sprint Enduro title. The pair traded test wins all day to finish with four test wins apiece.
Ultimately Jack Eddie conceded less time across all the tests he didn’t win, which allowed him to take the overall. That left Snow as runner-up, just five seconds behind on his Gas Gas UK EC300. Alex Walton stepped-up to take the final podium position while Kiwi, Hamish MacDonald on the contrary didn’t have a good day down in 12th and unable to make up time after an earlier crash.
Sherco Factory rider Edmondson started strong on Sunday for round three by winning every test except one. At the end the day that meant more than 20 seconds gap of his team-mate Hamish MacDonald, having a much better day. MacDonald finished in second with Jed Etchells rounding a perfect podium for Sherco.
Video highlights from Brake Hill Farm:
Tom Ellwood, who finished runner-up at the first round of the 2019 championship, didn’t have such a good weekend. Sixth position on the opening day and a DNF after just completing two tests on Sunday weren’t the results Tom was looking for.
Full results from the 2019 British Sprint Enduro Championship rounds two and three on the ACU website.
The 2019 ACU British Sprint Enduro Championship takes a break until June 1 when it shifts back across the UK to Ratlinghope, near Shrewsbury for rounds four and five of the series.
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