Holliday ends injury-hit season in style
JORDAN Holliday rounded off his season in style with two wins and a second place at the East Trax circuit near King s Lynn. With the championship out of reach because of mid-season injury, Holliday was hoping to secure second place in the standings behind
JORDAN Holliday rounded off his season in style with two wins and a second place at the East Trax circuit near King's Lynn.
With the championship out of reach because of mid-season injury, Holliday was hoping to secure second place in the standings behind absent champion Jordan Edwards.
In the first race Holliday settled in second place into the first turn, and pressured eventual winner Ryan Hooks on the tight and twisty track all the way to the chequered flag.
He got the holeshot in the second race and pulled away away from the field at a rate of two seconds a lap to win by 18 seconds. The win secured second place in the championship for Holliday, and he celebrated with a range of wheelies, stoppies and whips for the crowd.
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In the final race of the season, Holliday again got the holeshot, but was chased all the way to the line by Hooks for his second win of the day.
Holliday races again at the British Grasstrack Championship Finals on October 11, where he hopes to cap an injury-hit season by being crowned British champion.
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