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After taking back-to-back wins on the opening day, Harry Robinson went into day two with a 13-point lead over Simon Gill, who was no doubt hoping that his mechanical woes from the previous day had been resolved. “I had fuelling issues yesterday and had to swap skis, but we’re looking to win both races today” explained the reigning ski champion.
But as the flag dropped on race 3 it was Robinson who was quickest out of the gate and he took the lead over Gill and Pope who were pushing hard on the outside. But Robinson cut the tighter line of the first turn and grabbed the holeshot and stayed in front. Gill was forced to accept second, with Phil Pope in third and Mollie Fearn in fourth. As the race progressed Robinson extended his lead over Gill to take his 3rd win of the weekend by a comfortable margin.
Not one to accept second best, Simon Gill was back on form aboard his two-three-motorsport SXR by race 4, this time taking the lead from the start. Robinson slipped into second and pressured Gill for the majority of the race, but Gill was too quick and that was the way it remained: Gill first, Robinson in second and 16 year old Mollie Fearn in third. However, Robinson had done enough to win the weekend ahead of an impressive podium of Simon Gill and Phil Pope and with it he has drawn level on points with Gill in the championship going into the third and final round in Minehead next month.
“I loved the conditions and the track design - it was really fast and suited my riding style,” enthused the Experience Kissimmee rider. I can’t wait for Minehead now - Simon and I are on equal points so it’s going to be interesting”.
Porthcawl Results Table