Location: Gravesend, Kent
Event: 4 November 2012
Report: Snowdon Sports
Andy Betts (Felt-Colbornes RT) raced to victory in the second event of the SERRL Winter Series on Sunday.
The 35-year-old pipped Alan Strang (Dulwich Paragon) to the win after pulling away with 300 yards to go.
Betts had taken the lead on the second lap and taken Strang with him, although there was a sizeable gap between them and the rest of the field, with the two riders at the back being lapped twice.
Only five riders entered the race on what was a very wet, windy and cold day.
1 Andy Betts (Felt-Colbornes RT)
2 Alan Strang (Dulwich Paragon)
3 Phil Dempsey (Aprire Bicycles)
4 Josh Parkin (Aprire Bicycles)
5 Dominic Clegg (Redhill CC)
1 Ryan Visser (Redhill CC)
2 Keith McCrudden (Team GWB Active)
3 john Donavan (GS Grupetto)
4 Mat Hammond (Dulwich Paragon)
5 John Bailey Team (GWB Active)
6 Stephen McWilliams (Private)
7 Brian Hennessey (Redhill CC)
8 Kevin Argent (LA FUGA/ SIGMA SPORT)
9 Guy Lane (Southborough Wheelers)
10 Tom Smith (CC Hackney)
11 Derek Wiles (Private)
12 Colin Woollard (Ashford Wheelers)
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