September 4th, 2019.

The last two rounds of the NETT Quad Championship will be held at Duns, Scotland, this weekend the 7th and 8th of September. The double-header will also count towards the Quad Racing Scotland championship.

Top Scot Murray Graham leads both the NETT and QRS championships but with his QXoN team-mate Harry Walker only two points behind him, there’ll be all to play for in what promises to be a challenging couple of days’ of racing. Also in the mix is Lorne Sinclair, who lies third in the NETT and second in the QRS championship class. And, making a welcome return to the championship after being seriously injured at the start of the season, is young Ayrton Knowles.

The Adult Support and Over-40s classes should be worth watching too. Northern Ireland’s Jack Young leads the supports ahead of Alfie Young and JJ Readman, while Steve Pinder, who broke his wrist at the last round, will have to be back on form to defend his lead of the Over-40s from Richie Cornett and Martin Sayer.

Liverpool’s Josh Talent leads the 250 Open class from Jake Best, while his brother Ethan Best leads the 250 Modified class from another Northern Irish lad, Jordan Wright. NORA–MX regular Frank Marsden heads the 150 geared class by three points from young Scot Rory Wood, while Louise Meek is top in the 250 Standard class.

Talent’s sister Amelia is out front in the 100 Standard category, and it’s something of a family affair in the 100 geared class, with Chloe Gibson leading her brother Adam, while Malachy McKenna, younger brother of Dylan, has a commanding lead of the 50 Modified class. In the 100 Modified category, the diminutive Taylor Hyndman has a strong lead over Kyle Smith and Jay Sams.

Signing on is from 8.30am to 9.30am and racing gets underway at 10.00am.

Entries for the weekend are still open, enter online via the ACU portal or contact entries secretary Dot Nixon on 07756 948960.

Pictured: Walker v Graham - South v North - who will win?