McCanney & Rose fastest at Husqvarna ACU British Sprint Enduro Championship rounds 5&6
Jordan Rose 2012 BSEC Championship
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2012 BSEC series passes halfway point with two action packed days of racing in Mid Wales
Moving to the picturesque setting of Saints Well in Mid Wales, BSEC organisers GMC Events laid on an enjoyable cross-country style course for rounds five and six of the series. Mixing traditional Welsh grass tracks with a motocross track and an exciting extreme section, the mixed, but largely dry, weather ensured the Husqvarna ACU British Sprint Enduro Championship once again delivered closely fought racing.
With Saints Well marking the halfway point in the ten-round championship, it also marked an impressive turning point in the season of Electraction TM’s Jordan Rose. Showing flashes of race winning speed early in the series, Rose finally delivered the goods and secured a double victory in the Elite class.
Making a steady start at round five, Rose quickly upped his pace to take control of the Elite class. Continuing to build on his lead for the remainder of the day, the TM rider finally clinched his first BSEC victory.
Keen to repeat his previous day’s success, Rose started round six in determined fashion. Second on the opening test behind KTM’s fast starting Daryl Bolter, he then edged his way into the lead. Fending off a late race charge from Tom Church, Rose recorded his second victory of the weekend.
Behind the TM rider, Bolter placed a solid second overall. Challenging Rose throughout round five, he ended his day less than twenty seconds behind after almost 70 minutes of special test racing.
Fastest in the first test at round six, Bolter would see his race lead short lived as mistakes set him back. Losing touch with the leading duo of Rose and Tom Church, Bolter ended his day in third.
Rapidly improving on his previous results, Husqvarna’s Jamie Lewis placed third in the Elite class at round five and fourth at round six to secure third overall. Maintaining a pace that should have seen him challenge the leading duo at round five, a costly mistake during lap three left him in third.
Mid West Husaberg’s Simon Wakely ended round five in fourth with Lee Edmondson (KTM) recording a strong fifth. With Church slotting into second place at round six, Wakely dropped back to fifth, behind Bolter and Lewis.
Round Five – Husqvarna ACU British Sprint Enduro Championship
1. Jordan Rose (TM) 1:08:41.69; 2. Daryl Bolter (KTM) 1:09:00.98; 3. Jamie Lewis (Husqvarna) 1:10:11.21; 4. Simon Wakely (Husaberg) 1:11:02.77; 5. Lee Edmondson (KTM) 1:11:40.12; 6. Mark Roberts (Kawasaki) 1:12:18.27; 7. Ashley Wood (KTM) 1:13:27.61; 8. Jon Hinam (Husqvarna) 1:14:12.89; 9. Gavin Houson (KTM) 1:14:41.19; 10. Arran Poolman (KTM) 1:15:05.33; 11. Gordon Clarke (TM) 1:19:54.24
Under 23 class
1. Danny McCanney (Gas Gas) 1:08:03.90; 2. Alex Rockwell (Husaberg) 1:08:06.48; 3. Jonny Walker (KTM) 1:10:06.25; 4. Jack Rowland (Husqvarna) 1:10:48.36; 5. Lewis Belfield (KTM) 1:13:14.11; 6. Rheinallt Davies (KTM) 1:14:51.11; 7. Alun Jones (Husqvarna) 1:15:52.56; 8. Gareth Davies (KTM) 1:16:07.28; 9. Bradley King (Kawasaki) 1:18:28.53; 10. Shaun Buchan (Yamaha) 1:19:43.62; 11. Lee Green (Husqvarna) 1:21:25.15; 12. Daniel Price (Yamaha) 1:21:59.31; 13. Joe Mitchinson (KTM) 1:24:16.17; 14. Andrew Gorse (KTM) 1:27:32.77
Round Six – Husqvarna ACU British Sprint Enduro Championship
1. Jordan Rose (TM) 52:06.32; 2. Tom Church (KTM) 52:15.13; 3. Daryl Bolter (KTM) 52:50.99; 4. Jamie Lewis (Husqvarna) 53:39.22; 5. Simon Wakely (Husaberg) 54:34.53; 6. Mark Roberts (Kawasaki) 54:42.63; 7. Lee Edmondson (KTM) 55:09.93; 8. Ashley Wood (KTM) 55:30.59; 9. Arran Poolman (KTM) 56:05.62; 10. Gavin Houson (KTM) 58:10.10
Under 23 class
1. Alex Rockwell (Husaberg) 52:23.97; 2. Danny McCanney (Gas Gas) 52:44.16; 3. Jonny Walker (KTM) 52:55.05; 4. Jack Rowland (Husqvarna) 53:29.34; 5. Lewis Belfield (KTM) 56:18.44; 6. Rheinallt Davies (KTM) 56:50.38; 7. Bradley King (Kawasaki) 57:01.42; 8. Alun Jones (Husqvarna) 58:48.64; 9. Daniel Price (Yamaha) 1:00:14.51; 10. Shaun Buchan (Yamaha) 1:01:41.36; 11. Lee Green (Husqvarna) 1:02:08.95; 12. Joe Mitchinson (KTM) 1:04:05.37