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It’s a Multispark 1-2

John Moore on 14th May 2016

Making a ‘guest appearance’ for the Multispark Racing Team, 2015 World Champion, James Tapp showed that he hasn’t lost his speed or the ‘will to win’ here at Fistral Beach in Cornwall.

Tapp with co-driver Scott Brown won all of the heats they competed in, although in the final, it was their Multispark team mates Bligh Julius and Charlie Hatfield who got the edge after Tapp nearly ejected Brown.

A second place in the final and heat wins were enough to secure Round 3 of the Microlink ThunderCat Racing Championship for Tapp and Brown.

Julius was contented with his second place, particularly as he split his good prop in one of the earlier heats.

Rob Davies and Darren Phillips driving Microlink – Ahmad Tea, had an excellent day.


Rob Davies and Darren Phillips – Photo: Mike Powell

They took 4 heat wins and a third place in the final giving them the the final place on the podium.


Podium Fun – Photo: Mike Powell

It was a particularly pleasing day for the Seavaction team of Simon Matthews and Martin Jerome.

At this race last year, Jerome suffered a serious leg injury which was to lead to a lengthy stay in a Cornish hospital.


Jerome Returns – Photo: Mike Powell

A year later, the crew were back together and they put in a mighty impressive 4th place overall.

David Finlayson has teamed up with Mike Littler this season in Haggis Hunters.

Although his new co-driver isn’t Scottish, he doesn’t hold it against him and the pairing are grinding out some pretty solid results.


Only one of the crew wears a kilt – Photo: Mike Powell

A fifth place overall today showed that they are on track to challenge for wins fairly shortly.

Round 4 of the Microlink ThunderCat Racing Championship commences from 12.00 tomorrow (Sunday 15/05).


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