Road: Babbs makes it a Dunton four-timer

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Location: Dunton Engineering Centre, Laindon, Essex
Event: 12 July 2012
Report: Snowdon Sports

SHOWING his liking for the 1.6-mile circuit, Dan Babbs (Chelmer CC) led home a four-man break to win the sixth round of Ford CC’s Go-Race Series at the Dunton Engineering Centre in Essex.

The Chelmsford 36-year-old opened up a two-second gap over veteran Mick Bath (API-Metrow) in the sprint to secure his fourth victory of the series with Jason Fitchew (Ford CC), who had won the five-lap prime, in third place.

The three went clear with Tim Pettit (Essex Roads CC) shortly after the prime sprint and, in a shortened race due to the wet conditions, lapped consistently in around four minutes to build up a lead of well over a minute going into the final two laps.


1 Dan Babbs (Chelmer CC)
2 Mick Bath (API-Metrow)
3 Jason Fitchew (Ford CC)
4 Tim Pettit (Essex Roads CC)
5 Colin McPherson (BC Private Member)
6 Martin Elms (Southend Wheelers)
7 Tim Savage (Maldon CC)
8 John McMahon (Essex Roads CC)
9 John White (BC Private Member)
10 Brian Scarboro (Gemini BC)

British Cycling would like to thank the organising team, officials and everyone else who helped promote this event. Our sport could not exist without the hundreds of people, many of them unpaid volunteers, who put in many hours of hard work running events, activities and clubs.