Alfa Romeo championship racer Anthony George settles for second at Snetterton
Alfa Romeo championship racer Anthony George once again had to settle for second place on his home circuit at Snetterton as he was outpaced by Adie Hawkins.
The Harleston racer and his 156 turbo had no answer to the flying Hawkins, who led for every lap of the opening race – and he did so again in Sunday's event.
However, George did taste victory in his 33 in the Pre-91 Trophy as compensation.
First and second places for Andy Robinson and Wayne Schofield respectively allowed both to make up ground on the Arrowpak Saloon and Sports points leader Ilsa Cox, who failed to cxross the finishing line in the opening event.
Cox bounced back with a class victory in race two as Robinson won once more.
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Mike Jenvey overcame Patrick Sherrington to win the Sports 2000 Duratec race while a last-lap pass gave Peter Needham victory in the Sports 2000 Pinto race over Paul Streat.
When early leader Dan Clowes retired, Richard Mitcham was able to power to victory in the first Jedi Championship race and repeated the feat on Sunday.
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Tommy Field proved dominant in the both the Intermarque League races as did Rod Birley in the MN Saloon events while Chris Murray-Brown triumphed in the Norfolk Trophy.