Location: Lancaster, Lancashire
Event: 28 June 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports
Photos: Ed Rollason
National junior road race champion Chris Lawless (Kuota-Spinergy-GSG) sprinted to victory after 27 laps of high-speed action in the feature elite race of the Velocity-Lancaster city centre circuit meeting.
The 17-year-old took the verdict ahead of reigning national hill climb champion Jack Pullar (Madison Genesis) with local hope James Gullen (Team Hope Factory Racing) in third place.
Racing for only the second time this year, seasoned campaigner Bill Nickson (Bill Nickson Cycles RT) came out on top in the supporting 22-lap race for third and fourth categories and women.
1 Chris Lawless (Kuota-Spinergy-GSG)
2 Jack Pullar (Madison Genesis)
3 James Gullen (Team Hope Factory Racing)
4 Jacob Tipper (Biketreks Racing Academy)
5 Michael Rawson (Kuota-Spinergy-GSG)
6 Michael Ashurst (Biketreks Racing Academy)
7 Simon Wilson (Team Corley Cycles)
8 Martin Woffindin (Cycle Sport Pendle)
9 Matt Pilkington (Metaltek-Knights of Old RT)
10 Neil Robinson (Lune RCC)
1 Bill Nickson (Bill Nickson Cycles RT)
2 Darius Satongar (Manchester Wheelers)
3 Robert Richardson (Biketreks Racing Academy)
4 David Micklethwaite (3 RT)
5 Adrian Dalgleish (Lune RCC)
6 Andrew Butler (Lune RCC)
7 Ian Rutherford (Lune RCC)
8 Hamish Fletcher-Cooney (Wheelbase Altura MGD)
9 David Haygarth (Planet X)
10 Peter Danby (Bill Nickson Cycles RT)
1 Mark Donovan (Beacon Wheelers)
2 Robert Armstrong (Epic Cycles RC)
3 Adam Hall (Salt Ayre Cog Set)
4 Samuel Monkhouse (Salt Ayre Cog Set)
5 Thomas Clarke (Red Rose Olympic CC)
6 Timothy Jones (Cycle Sport Pendle)
7 Ryan Coulton (Salt Ayre Cog Set)
8 Alistair Leivers (Blackpool Youth Cycle Association)
9 Joseph Baldwin (Salt Ayre Cog Set)
10 Nathan Draper (Team Royal London 360 Isle of Man)
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