Rogers wins but his title dream falters

Paul Rogers roared to victory in the RGB Championship at Snetterton on Sunday but his title aspirations are all but gone.

The Attleborough racer slipped inside the fast starting John Cutmore at the Esses before heading off to a comfortable victory. With title rival Alastair Boulton winning his class, and gaining maximum points, the local racer will now aim to secure the Class A crown from Cutmore.

Norwich's Richard Jenkins led both Locost races but was quickly shuffled back to eighth place in the first race while he was spun out of the second when used as a brake by a rival.

The races were won by Alex von Ehrheim and Nicholas Morley, both first time victors.

Stock Hatch title rivals Josh Cook and Jeff Humphries took a win apiece with Humphries sanguine after loosing the first race to Cook when his car ran short of fuel.

The local racers found the going very tough with Wisbech's Joe McMillan's seventh place in the second final the best result while Maurice Hayden took home a very bent looking Citroen Saxo after a race two incident.

However in the twin heats King's Lynn's Martin Boon raced to a pair of third places with his brother Robbie right behind him in the second while Blo Norton's Craig Bell claimed fourth and fifth in the two events

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