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12th of May
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Local driver Neil Maccines scored an Overall victory
on his BRKC debut at Raceland in Edinburgh with a
last corner overtaking manouvre which caused much
debate among the spectators.
With very changeable weather conditions causing
problems for the less experienced foreign drivers,
several local favourites emerged during the day.
BRKC stalwart Michael Weddell, series returnee
Steven Dailly and newcomer Neil Macinnes all scored
identical points totals during the heats to line up
third, second and first on the grid for the A-Final
As the main event got underway, polesitter Macinnes
and second placed man Weddell were able to
establish a convincing gap to Dailly and Hackett in
third and fourth. Weddell set about closing down the
half second gap to the lead, and was able to move
into first place with a decisive move in the technical
bottom section of the track.
On the final lap the leaders were inseperable - and
when a small gap presented itself at the final corner,
Macinnes made his move, aggressively barging Weddell
wide. The officials deemed the pass legal, and
Macinnes won at his first BRKC event.
In the Heavyweight Class battle, 2012 champion Anwar
Beroual-Smith proved untouchable with Gavin Love
and David Whitehouse securing their maiden BRKC
podium finishes in second and third place.
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|Controversial last corner pass secures victory for Neil Maccines