Road: Imperial Winter Series Round 4

Road: Imperial Winter Series Round 4

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Location: Hillingdon circuit, London
Event: 28 December 2013


PEDAL Heaven’s Jake Martin notched up a third consecutive victory in the Imperial RT Winter Series at the Hillingdon circuit in London on Saturday.

The 21-year-old from Mitcham took the win ahead of experienced Handsling Racing rival Vince Halpern, 45 and from Middlesex, while the final podium spot in the E12 race went to Jerzy Kuzminski (High Wycombe CC).

For Halpern, is was his third appearance on the podium, but he is yet to take a win in this year’s series, despite finishing in the top five in every round he has ridden.

And for Kuzminski, 33 and from Watford, his third place was his best finish in the series this season, having only ridden round two previously and finished tenth.

The third cat race was won by Feltham teenager Callum Oliver, the Rapha Condor CC 18-year-old. He took victory ahead of Morden CRC rival Duncan Rimmer, while Cambridge CC’s Ralph Keeler was third.

Oliver’s win comes after he had shown his form in the Inverse RT Winter Points Grabber Series last month, where he featured on the third category podium twice in the three rounds he rode.

And the fourth category race was won by David McNeill (London Dynamo), while his team-mate Patricia Keegan won the Go Race event.

More results and reports will follow soon.


Results:

E12:
1 Jake Martin (Pedal Heaven RT)
2 Vince Halpern (Handsling Racing)
3 Jerzy Kuzminski (High Wycombe CC)

Third Cat:
1 Callum Oliver (Rapha Condor)
2 Duncan Rimmer (Morden CRC)
3 Ralph Keeler (Cambridge CC)

Fourth Cat: David McNeill (London Dynamo)

Go Race:
1 Patricia Keegan (London Dynamo)
2 Gem Atkinson (unattached)
3 Clarice Chung (Twickenham CC)


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