June 2nd, 2021.

The third of the NETT Quad Series took place at Dean Moor last Saturday, with the fourth round running for all classes, except Championship competitors on the Sunday – the majority of who were contesting the British Quadcross Championship.

Ross Dillon won all five 250 Modified races

Ahead of the opening round of the British QX on Sunday, the NETT Championship attracted a few wildcard riders, keen to get some track time dialled in. Wildcard rider Harry Walker took the overall on the day, but Oli Sansom, fiercely keen to win the full NETT Championship, took a 4-3-2 to secure his championship lead after three rounds. NETT regular Murray Graham held third in front of another wildcard in the form of Mark McLernon.

Andrew Black cleaned up in the five 250 Open motos

In round three of the NETT Championship, the Adult Support was won by Harry Carmichael, while Darran Bridge won the Over 40s. Oliver Sayer was the Novice class victor, with Ross Dillon out front in the 250 Modified and Andrew Black, the 250 Open. In the youth ranks, Blair Hyndman won the 50 Modified, Bradley Meek the 50 Standard, William Kirwin the 100 Geared, Conor Bradley the 100 Modified and Amelia Talend the 150 Geared.

Round four was shortened to two races per class and there were changes at the top in the Adult Support and Over 40s with Zak Beevers and Steven Pinder winning their respective classes. It was business as usual in the Novice and 250 groups with Sayer, Dillon and Black once again cleaning up. Harrison Orr was a new face on the top step of the 50 Modified category, as was Adam Gibson in the 250 Geared. Meek, Bradley and Talent all maintained their winning ways in the 50 Standard, 100 Modified and 150 Geared.

Images: John Cook
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