By Jamie Arrowsmith 23/04 Updated: 25/04 11:53
TIM Hastie's excellent run of form continued with a third straight success as Rugby RCC held a ten-mile time-trial on the K10/10 Princethorpe course.
Hastie headed a field of 48 riders and set a new personal best by almost 15 seconds to win in 21-39, finishing almost a minute clear of Eliot Blundell (22-37) in second.
The conditions were not perfect after a day of continuous rain but they did improve slightly in the early evening before worsening again to leave the later numbers affected.
Gary Howes won the handicap, with Matt Jones slipping to seventh place, but the handicap is all about improvement which is why Hastie, with two massive PBs in succession, came fourth in the handicap and is now in second behind Matt Jones in the points table.
Full results - Tim Hastie 21-39, Eliot Blundell 22-37, David Newton 22-44, Richard Bray 22-58, Phil Scott 22-59, Matthew Plant 23-00, Matt Jones 23-02, Luke Markham 23-15, Peter Belfield 23-19, Adrian Tayles 23-29, Simon Mitchell 23-40, David Gillett 23-58, Russell Green 24-17, David Kimberley 24-29, David Baxter 24-53, Simon Brand 25-06, David Tyler 25-11, Martin Orrill 25-13, Ryan Kenworthy 25-17, Peter Timmins 25-23, Keith Hirons 25-24, Gary Howes 25-27, Marina Bloom 25-28, Ray Dyke 25-46, Rob Tyler 26-07, Patrick Weir 26-44, Barry Burrows 27-11, Richard Kenworthy 27-22, Richard Boyd 27-33, Stuart Sykes 27-56, Rob Robson 28-01, Mike Bloom 28-20, Paul Peasegood 28-59, Kirstie Nichols 30-28, Jane Needham 31-41, Naomi Leugs 32-26, John Brothers 32-48, Kate Vanloo 33-23. Club Handicap - Gary Howes 17-57, Richard Boyd 18-03, Peter Belfield 18-39. Private Entries - Nick Dennish 28-10.
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