Pole position that is. I’m top of the time sheets by a massive 1.4s. I knew I’d put some good laps together when I had clear track, but I didn’t expect that size advantage.
Lining up with me on the front row will be Craig Morley in second and leading the B class. Then comes new champion Andy Denyer and fourth is Keith Smith, who is likely to take third overall away from Chris Matthews whose engine broke yesterday in practice.
Wish me luck for the races.
The 2008 season was my novice year, and I entered Thundersport’s top class, GP1, on a GSX-R1000 K4. Racing on a shoestring, with no back-up at all and riding the oldest bike on the grid, I scored strong results against fierce competition. These performances earned recognition and praise from commentators, organisers, and rivals alike, culminating in the club’s Rookie Of The Year award.