Road: Fitchew cruises to Basildon win

Road: Fitchew cruises to Basildon win

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Location: Ford Dunton Test Track, Basildon
Event: 13 June 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports

Jason Fitchew (Ford CC) won his first race of the season at round four of the Ford CC Dunton Summer Series.

The 45-year-old, from Leigh-on-Sea has already placed third and sixth in the series this year and used his knowledge to take the victory in the latest round.

In a big field of 53 riders Fitchew took the victory from Kevin Attleed (Glendene CC) in second and Thomas Quinton (Ford CC) came home in third.


1 Jason Fitchew Ford CC

2 Kevin Attleed Glendene CC

3 Thomas Quinton Ford CC

4 Martin Fisher Ford CC

5 Graeme Garner Gateway CC

6 Mick Bath API

7 Martin Elms Southend Wheelers

8 Tony Collins Anglia Sport

9 Craig Nichols

10 Paul Spiceley Glendene CC

11 John Walker

12 Steven Collins Anglia Sport

13 Martin Ryan Ford CC

14 John Forsyth

15 Robert Michell Gateway CC

16 Colin McPherson

17 Peter Gottlieb Glendene CC

18 Matt Haworth Chelmer CC

19 Stuart Nash

20 Bradley Meacham Velo Virtuoso

21 Rob Young Team Vision Racing

22 Kevin Harding

23 John White

24 Tim Pettit Essex Roads CC

25 Lee Cullender

26 Darren De-Beger Glendene CC

27 Chris Busby

28 Pete Stiff Stiffwheels

29 Brian Scarboro Gemini CC

30 Clark Dove

31 Tim Chilvers Essex Roads CC

32 Matt Coughlan Chelmer CC

33 Stuart Clark Maldon CC

34 Colin King Glendene CC

35 Kevin Scott

36 Michael Travers Travers Bikes

37 Kevin Baumber Essex Roads CC

38 Russell Tribley Chelmer CC

39 Tim Savage Maldon CC

40 Nick Crowe Maldon CC

41 Caroline Guest Ford CC

42 Chris May

43 Peter Shanney Redbridge

44 Nick Watson Ford CC

45 Sam Brown

46 Neil Yorks-Wac Essex Roads CC

47 Paul Gibbs Pearson CC

48 Julian Puttergill Essex Roads CC

49 Kevin Mc Clintoch

50 Bruce Hodges CC Romford

51 James Skeggs Glendene CC

52 Bob Flack Ford CC

53 Azelus Christiodhs

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