2013 One Hour Enduro Had it all, Exciting Racing in Perfect
The 2013 One Hour enduro had it
all fantastic racing in perfect weather conditions. Following
on from the previous days great racing which was round 3 of
the PCRA/BRA club championship, the One Hour Enduro meeting
did not disappoint as the riders put on an exciting show of close
Already #14 Steve Kairl has a big advantage over Cru Halliday #96,
#86 Anthony Marsden, #6 Jason Dunn and #42 Andrew de Jersey.
Ken Lawrence with Steve Kairl wins Motolite
One Hour Enduro
Partnered with Steve
Kairl, Ken Lawrence ran a masterful race with a flag to flag win. Past 2
years winners #6 Paul Borg and Jason Dunn were running a strong second but
their race ended when Paul slid off on lap 39.
This is the only view the Motolite competitors got of Steve Kairl
on the Big Bang Engines Honda RS150CRF he
co-rode with owner Ken Lawrence. Steve got
his lap times down into the high 1:11s and
handed the bike over to Ken with a healthy
lead which Ken maintained to the end giving
Ken Lawrence his first win in the one hour
event after trying for many years.
Jeff Brown Cru Halliday Yamaha YFZR150
finished 2nd one spot better than last year
with brothers Anthony and Edward Marsden an
impressive 3rd at their first attempt
running a (Sculley Honda RS85CR)
Five One Hour Enduro Wins for
Ken Lindsay partnered with Harley
Borkowski in the Superlite class to notch up a record breaking
fifth win in the PCRA/BRA One Hour Enduro Classic. King Kenny
the first rider to win this classic race five times. The father
son team Jim and Walter Murphy had a best 1 hour result for them
by finishing 2nd. #169 Ian Gregory/J. Orford finished 3rd. The
Fred Holland/David Phillips Machine retired on lap 7 when lying
a close 2nd.
Harley Borkowski partnered Ken Lindsay to a
record breaking 5 wins for Ken in the Superlite
Class. Harley put down a string of fast laps the
quickest being 1:21.3280 the fastest time for a
4 stroke Superlite.
Jason Blanch and Dave Abbott
wins Commuterlite One Hour Enduro.
The Commuterlites once again put on
a great show with several groups dicing for the whole race.
These machines are ultra reliable and create great racing. The
#10 Jason Blanch/Dave Abbott ran hard to take the win from #48
Nicolas and Ron Winban with #26 Anthony Vassalla/Dave Abbott
finishing 3rd. Graham Kairl and Lyle Bennett came home 4th.
Jason Blanch / Dave Abbott had a
19 second advantage over the #48 Nicolas / Ron Winban
duo after 1 hours racing.
Some Pictures from the one hour
Three abreast into
turn 1.The Commuterlites raced hard all day.
Here the #136 Ron/Rez Pulido, #35 Anthony
Bilston/Mark Boddy and Lyle Bennett/Graham
Kairl machines flat out in turn 1.
#38 Walter Murphy
speeds on his way to 2nd place in the
Superlite class while 6th place Motolite
finisher #156 Timon Wegner heads for the pits to
put Ryan Phillips on board.
For the Cheapest Entry
into Motorcycle Tarmac Racing get on a Commuterlite
THE WAY TO GO