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Friday 31 s t March
In the two dry free practice sessions Elliot made steady progress dropping his lap time by 2 seconds between free practice 1 and 2. In free practice 2 he finished 10th fastest in his class.

Saturday 1 s t April
The 25 minute wet qualifying session was going well with Elliot steadily reducing his lap time moving up to 6th fastest in his class before a problem with a misting visor and quick shifter malfunction meant he had to make a pit stop. After rejoining the session there was not enough time for him to regain his rhythm and ended qualifying 9th in his class.

1st April 17On a now dry track for race 1, after being disappointed with his interrupted qualifying Elliot tried hard to make up places passing two riders in the first lap alone. Unfortunately pushing too hard too early in the race, trying to prevent other riders getting away, he tucked the front overtaking yet another rider at the Melbourne Hairpin and crashed out.
Sunday 2 nd April.

The crash early on in race 1 meant that for a dry race 2 Elliot would be starting from the middle of the back row. After a poor start Elliot dropped back to dead last into the first corner, Redgate. Not deterred he made up two places by the end of the first lap. The charge continued and by the fourth lap had overtaken six riders, from then on it was duel with number 56 until the end of the 12 lap race. Finishing 9th in his class and improving his personal best lap time by a further 2 seconds.

At the next meeting, Brands Hatch Indy, 15th-17th of April, we hope for better results as Elliot gets to grips with the new machine.

Thanks to all our supporters and sponsors:
Mircolise Cresswell Racing, EBC Brakes, Rock Oil, Forma Boots, Macna Leathers, Nexx Helmets, Factory Agencies, Doing It for Dan, Podium Partners.

 * Photo's taken by - Kerry Rawson Photography

Please support Elliot on his journey he is holding a Crowdfunding campaign and every little helps!      
Elliot is raising funds to pay for competition entry fees, travel & accommodation costs, protective equipment and training costs. These are required for the next step in Elliot's journey to be a top class motorcycle racer. This season he is moving up from a successful 2016 in national club racing to British Superbikes, the premier motorcycle racing championship in the UK, to compete in the Moto3 Standard Class.

Courses and Events

Tue Mar 05 @ 6:30PM - 09:30PM
Safeguarding & Protecting Children in Trowbridge - FULLY BOOKED
Wed Mar 06 @ 6:30PM - 09:30PM
Safeguarding & Protecting Children in Swindon FULLY BOOKED
Thu Mar 14 @ 6:00PM - 10:00PM
Emergency First Response in Trowbridge
Fri Mar 22 @10:30AM - 04:00PM
Spring School Games Festival
Thu Mar 28 @ 6:30PM - 09:30PM
Time to Listen in Trowbridge
Mon Apr 01 @ 9:30AM - 12:45PM
Primary Gymnastics School Games

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