Bank Holiday Win For Bailey at Lydden

As the crowds gathered for the traditional Bank Holiday Monday British Rallycross Championship meeting at Lydden Hill, despite a back row start, it was reigning Swift Sport Champion Simon Ovenden who set the pace in the opening qualifier. Former Ginetta driver, Ryan Hadfield put the cat amongst the Swifts being second quickest out the box, followed by Morgan Bailey who also started from the back of the grid. Morgan Bailey left, with Llewellin close behind, Hadfield to the right of Ovenden and Scott following Former Drifter Dominic Flitney came in fourth ahead of the sixteen year old, Tom Llewellin and returning Swift driver Chris Scott in Sixth. Ex-Autograsser Bailey found pace in Q2 ahead

Second victory for Constantine in Junior RX Career

Despite having run at the front of the MSA Junior Rallycross Championship field for the last two years, until the second round of the series at Lydden Hill, Tom Constantine (Richmond) had only previously won a single points-scoring Junior RX event, at his home circuit, Croft, in 2016. The young driver doubled his win tally at Lydden Hill by using all of his experience in the single-make 1300cc Suzuki Swift category to dominate the final from pole position. Round one winner Marius Solberg Hansen (Norway) finished second, with James Constantine (Darlington) completing the podium for the second event in a row, following an early joker lap. “This feels great, we’ve had a slow start to the season

Round Two - Junior Swift Podium

Congratulations to our Junior Swift winners of Round Two at Lydden Hill Race Circuit 1st - Tom Constantine 🏆 2nd - Marius Solberg Hansen 🇳🇴 3rd - James Constantine #rallycross #lyddenhill #podium #junior

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