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Ruapuna Speedway report ... 28th December 2004

English rider Jason Bunyan won the opening round                  of the International Solo series raced at Ruapuna       Speedway on Tuesday evening Showing great form                 on the tricky clay surface.

Fellow Englishman Glen Phillips another of the      internationals to show total disregard for the           unpredictable surface of the big track at Templeton             which was probably in the best shape its been for                years was second overall with Sam Taylor of                          New Zealand third.


Bunyan won his opening two heats but retired from                his next race after snapping a chain when leading              Phillips who was also unbeaten after two rides.

Phillips went on to win from Czech rider Lukas Dryml            and local teenager Andrew Aldridge. Phillips went in                  to the final as the top qualifier with three wins for 15          points, four clear of Nelson's Sean Cox one of the               locals able to handle the conditions with both Bunyan             and Taylor on ten.

Invercargill's John Tuffley also qualified for the six                rider final with Dryml claiming the final spot on a                   count back after scoring the same points as                                 18 year old Andrew Aldridge.


Attila Stefani won the consolation race in dominant          fashion with the Hungarian leading from start to finish          with Andrew Aldridge second from Wayne Nuttridge who impressed with his riding from the reserve position one            of the few to manage an outside pass in his first ride.


The final saw Phillips lead from the gate before Bunyan    sweep by on the opening lap to go on to record the           fastest time of the night, Phillips was second with Taylor, formerly of Christchurch, but now based in Brisbane    Australia third.

The series now travels to five other South Island tracks   before moving to the North Island.

Solo's
Digwork Internation Series


Heat 1.

1. Jason Bunyan (England) Time 72.37

2. Sam Taylor (NZ)

3. Andrew Aldridge(Christchurch)


Heat 2.

1. Glen Phillips (England) Time76.96

2. Wayne Nuttridge (Christchurch)

3. Sean Cox (Nelson) 


Heat 3.

1.Jason Bunyan  Time  73.87 

2. Sam Taylor

3.Sean Cox (Nelson)


Heat 4.

1.Glen Phillips (England) 75.44

2.Lukas Dryml (Czechoslovakia)

3. John Tuffley (Invercargill)


Heat 5.

1. Glen Phillips(England) Time 72.22

2.Lukas Dryml (Czechoslovakia)

Andrew Aldridge (Christchurch)


Heat 6.

1. Sean Cox (Nelson)  73.17

2. JohnTuffley (Invercargill)

3. Attila Stefani (Hungary) 

Consolation.

1. Attila Stefani (Hungary)  Time 74.87

2. Andrew Aldridge (Christchurch) 

3. Wayne Nuttridge (Christchurch)


Final.

1. Jason Bunyan (England)  70.96

2. Glen Phillips (England) 

3. Sam Taylor (NZ) Edit Text

Ruapuna Speedway report ... 28th December 2004

English rider Jason Bunyan won the opening round of the International Solo series raced at Ruapuna Speedway on Tuesday evening Showing great form on the tricky clay surface.

Fellow Englishman Glen Phillips another of the internationals to show total disregard for the unpredictable surface of the big track at Templeton which was probably in the best shape its been for years was second overall with Sam Taylor of New Zealand third.


Bunyan won his opening two heats but retired from his next race after snapping a chain when leading Phillips who was also unbeaten after two rides.

Phillips went on to win from Czech rider Lukas Dryml and local teenager Andrew Aldridge. Phillips went in to the final as the top qualifier with three wins for 15 points, four clear of Nelson's Sean Cox one of the locals able to handle the conditions with both Bunyan and Taylor on ten.

Invercargill's John Tuffley also qualified for the six rider final with Dryml claiming the final spot on a count back after scoring the same points as 18 year old Andrew Aldridge.


Attila Stefani won the consolation race in dominant fashion with the Hungarian leading from start to finish with Andrew Aldridge second from Wayne Nuttridge who impressed with his riding from the reserve position one of the few to manage an outside pass in his first ride.


The final saw Phillips lead from the gate before Bunyan sweep by on the opening lap to go on to record the fastest time of the night, Phillips was second with Taylor, formerly of Christchurch, but now based in Brisbane Australia third.

The series now travels to five other South Island tracks before moving to the North Island.

Solo's
Digwork Internation Series


Heat 1.

1. Jason Bunyan (England) Time 72.37

2. Sam Taylor (NZ)

3. Andrew Aldridge(Christchurch)


Heat 2.

1. Glen Phillips (England) Time76.96

2. Wayne Nuttridge (Christchurch)

3. Sean Cox (Nelson) 


Heat 3.

1.Jason Bunyan  Time  73.87 

2. Sam Taylor

3.Sean Cox (Nelson)


Heat 4.

1.Glen Phillips (England) 75.44

2.Lukas Dryml (Czechoslovakia)

3. John Tuffley (Invercargill)


Heat 5.

1. Glen Phillips(England) Time 72.22

2.Lukas Dryml (Czechoslovakia)

Andrew Aldridge (Christchurch)


Heat 6.

1. Sean Cox (Nelson)  73.17

2. JohnTuffley (Invercargill)

3. Attila Stefani (Hungary) 

Consolation.

1. Attila Stefani (Hungary)  Time 74.87

2. Andrew Aldridge (Christchurch) 

3. Wayne Nuttridge (Christchurch)


Final.

1. Jason Bunyan (England)  70.96

2. Glen Phillips (England) 

3. Sam Taylor (NZ)

Ruapuna Speedway report ... 28th December 2004

English rider Jason Bunyan won the opening round of the International Solo series raced at Ruapuna Speedway on Tuesday evening Showing great form on the tricky clay surface.

Fellow Englishman Glen Phillips another of the internationals to show total disregard for the unpredictable surface of the big track at Templeton which was probably in the best shape its been for years was second overall with Sam Taylor of New Zealand third.


Bunyan won his opening two heats but retired from his next race after snapping a chain when leading Phillips who was also unbeaten after two rides.

Phillips went on to win from Czech rider Lukas Dryml and local teenager Andrew Aldridge. Phillips went in to the final as the top qualifier with three wins for 15 points, four clear of Nelson's Sean Cox one of the locals able to handle the conditions with both Bunyan and Taylor on ten.

Invercargill's John Tuffley also qualified for the six rider final with Dryml claiming the final spot on a count back after scoring the same points as 18 year old Andrew Aldridge.


Attila Stefani won the consolation race in dominant fashion with the Hungarian leading from start to finish with Andrew Aldridge second from Wayne Nuttridge who impressed with his riding from the reserve position one of the few to manage an outside pass in his first ride.


The final saw Phillips lead from the gate before Bunyan sweep by on the opening lap to go on to record the fastest time of the night, Phillips was second with Taylor, formerly of Christchurch, but now based in Brisbane Australia third.

The series now travels to five other South Island tracks before moving to the North Island.

Solo's
Digwork Internation Series


Heat 1.

1. Jason Bunyan (England) Time 72.37

2. Sam Taylor (NZ)

3. Andrew Aldridge(Christchurch)


Heat 2.

1. Glen Phillips (England) Time76.96

2. Wayne Nuttridge (Christchurch)

3. Sean Cox (Nelson) 


Heat 3.

1.Jason Bunyan  Time  73.87 

2. Sam Taylor

3.Sean Cox (Nelson)


Heat 4.

1.Glen Phillips (England) 75.44

2.Lukas Dryml (Czechoslovakia)

3. John Tuffley (Invercargill)


Heat 5.

1. Glen Phillips(England) Time 72.22

2.Lukas Dryml (Czechoslovakia)

Andrew Aldridge (Christchurch)


Heat 6.

1. Sean Cox (Nelson)  73.17

2. JohnTuffley (Invercargill)

3. Attila Stefani (Hungary) 

Consolation.

1. Attila Stefani (Hungary)  Time 74.87

2. Andrew Aldridge (Christchurch) 

3. Wayne Nuttridge (Christchurch)


Final.

1. Jason Bunyan (England)  70.96

2. Glen Phillips (England) 

3. Sam Taylor (NZ)

29th Dec Invercargill Internationals 5pm

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Oval Racing KIWI LEAGUE

Second round of the Internationals at Oreti Park Speedway 29th Dec 2004

It was run 5 heats 16 riders 20 races finishing with a

A Semi Final ,B Semi Final ,Final

Lucas Dryml               15 Points

Simone Terenzani     12 

Glen Phillips             12 

Sam Taylor               11 

Attila Stefani            11 

Jason Bunyan          10 

Blair McKinlay           9 

Daniel McKinlay         9 

John Tuffley                8 

Andy Aldridge            6 

Shane McCabe            6

Simone Terenzani       4

James Miller               4

Sean Cox                    3 

Denny Heywood          2 

Andrew Tree (reserve) 2 

Grant Tregoning         1 

A Final

1st Lucas Dryml

2nd Simone Terenzani

3rd Sam Taylor

B Final

1st Attila Stefani

2nd Jason Bunyon

3rd Andrew Aldridge

Final

1st Lucas Dryml

2nd Jason Bunyan

3rd Glen Phillips

30th Dec Cromwell Internationals

Rained off

1st Jan Moore Park Internationals 4pm

Here are quick unofficial results from Moore park 1st Jan 2005:
Two teams consisting of

"The Internationals" and "The south Island"

A top meeting truely  class riding is such a wonderful thing watching Lukas Dryml backing his bike into turn one at full noise feet up was worth the admission in its self,Let alone have Jason Bunyan and Glen Phillips tearing that pretty little race track apart,Simone Terenzani,Attila Stefani showing great form and lots pace and skill Shane McCabe and Sam Taylor rounding off a very good speedway team.

To good for us un fortuately But our lads rode well Blair Mckinlay Starting the Day with a win in heat one over Simone Terenzani and Jason Bunyan John Tuffley came out in heat 3.and bagged up Attila Stefani and Glen Phillips then it got very bleak and dismal for us the racing was still great but Blair got a couple of seconds but mostly 5 / 1s to them and that one point was hard to get.A great days racing the flying four finally being won by Andrew Aldridge who had to go bye John Tuffley and ride the wheels off that thing to get in a position to pass 16 year old Grant Tregoning at the line come back boy Denny Heyward had to pass John and chase Andrew and Grant for his third place but that was a top race too.

The Internationals Points
Jason Bunyan             7
Simone Terenzani      8
Lukas Dryml                8
Glen Phillps                  8
Attila Stefani               8
Shane McCabe          6
Sam Taylor                 8


Total                         52

The South Island
Blair McKinlay        8
Sean Cox                1
Daniel McKinlay    3
James Miller           -
John Tuffley           5
Andrew Aldridge   3
Grant Tregoning   1


Total                      21

I appologise for such incomplete results as i only have a tattered programme to work with, The meeting was finished before all heats were run and therefore some people had 3 rides and others had 4.

2nd Jan Westport Internationals

Results from Sunset Speedway Westport 2nd Jan 2005

Heat 1
Jason Bunyan 1st
Attila Stefani 2nd
Andy Aldridge 3rd

Heat 2
Lukas Dryml 1st
Sam Taylor 2nd
Shane McCabe 3rd

Heat 3
Glen Philips 1st
Denny Heyward 2nd
Alex Cunningham 3rd

Heat 4
J Bunyan 1st
S McCabe 2nd
Denny Heyward 3rd

Heat 5
L Dryml 1st
G Philips 2nd
Sean Cox 3rd

Heat 6
Sam Taylor 1st
James Miller 2nd
Andy Aldridge 3rd

Heat 7
G Philips 1st
Attila Stefani 2nd
James Miller 3rd

Heat 8
L Dryml 1st
J Bunyan 2nd
S Cox 3rd

Heat 9
1st
2nd
3rd

C Final
Simone Terenzani 1st
Denny Heyward 2nd
Alex Cunningham 3rd
Sean Cox 4th

B Final
Shane McCabe 1st
Attila Stefani 2nd
James Miller 3rd
Andy Aldridge 4th

A Final
Lukas Dryml 1st
Glen Philips 2nd
Jason Bunyan 3rd
Sam Taylor 4th

3rd Jan Nelson Internationals

Unofficial results from Nelson 3rd Jan 2005

This meeting was run solely on points over 4 x 8-man heats with no final.

There were 8 riders taking part with 2 reserve if necesary.
The clay surface track made for some "interesting" racing and 8 man heats made me glad i was not out there with them but everything went ahead with no major disasters.


Points assigned were 7-0.


Heat 1
Jason Bunyan         1st
Glen Phillips            2nd
Sean Cox                 3rd
Simone Terenzani  4th
Attila Stefani          5th
Sam Taylor            6th
Shane McCabe     7th
Lukas Dryml        DNF

Heat 2

Was restarted after Sean Cox had a very near miss with the concrete crash wall and was able to get the bike down first.


Heat 2


G Phillips
S Terenzani
L Dryml
S Taylor
S McCabe
A Stefani
S Cox DNF
J Bunyan DNF


Heat 3


G Phillips
J Bunyan
S Terenzani
S Taylor
S Cox
A Stefani
L Dryml
S McCabe

Heat 4


S Terenzani
G Phillips
S Taylor
S Cox
L Dryml
Andy Aldridge (reserve)
A Stefani
J Bunyan DNF

Overall Results:

Glen Phillips          26
Simone Terenzani 22
Sam Taylor            15
Jason Bunyan       13
Sean Cox               12
Lukas Dryml            9
Attila Stefani           8
Shane McCabe       4
Andy Aldridge        2

All in all a very exciting night of racing!

NZ Championship 8th January 2005.

1st Jason Bunyan 15 points

2nd Glen Phillips 13

3rd Attila Stefani 11

4th Sam Taylor 11

There Was a Run off this is how they finished

5th Simone Terenzani 10

6th Sean Cox & Lukas Dryml 9 points

7th Andrew Aldridge 8 Points

8th Denny Heyward & Jade Mudgeway

Andrew Bargh 5 Points

9th Dean Wallice & Paul Habib 4 points

10th Tony Hodge 3 points

11th Angus Heuser 2 points

Reserves Were

R1 Tony Hodge

R2 Dean Wallace

Dave Bargh Fell twice and gave up

Lukas blew motor heat 4

Andrew Bargh fell dnf heat 19

Brendon Manu Fell twice dnf heat 6 & 12

 

       World Pairs            
 
No          Name                     Total Points
1      Jason Bunyan           
2      Brendon Manu                18
 
3       Simon Terenzani    
4       Andrew Baugh                22
 
5       Lukas Dryml 
6      Dean Wallace                  19
 
7      Attila Stefani
8      Sean Cox                        23
 
9       Glen Phillips
10    Andrew Aldridge               32
 
11      Sam Taylor
12      James Miller                   19
 
1st      Glen Phillips       and    Andrew Aldridge
2nd     Attila Stefani      and    Sean Cox
3rd     Simon Terenzani and   Andrew Baugh
 

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