November 30th, 2021.

Sheldon Seal was the only British quad rider to contest the fourth round of the French CFS Sand Championship at Hossegor earlier this month. He finished third on the track, but following a sound check penalty, he was classified as 13th in the overall results.

“I made the 750-mile trip down to Hossegor for round four of the CFS Sand Championship,” said Seal. “Hossegor is a favourite track of mine, but,with the rotation changed, and a very average start from the second row, I had to fight hard making up place by place from around 20th. I pitted late and managed to make good advantage of that coming back out for only a short 35 minute stint, making my way up to second place on the last lap. But following a great fight with Benoît Béroudiaux, I had to settle for third, which I was happy with.

“After the race I was tested 0.4 db over the limit at the sound check and, as a result, got demoted by 10 positions. It was a shame about the penalty, but that’s the game of racing. Importantly, it was a good solid result leading up to Le Touquet , which is now only eight weeks away.”

Pictured: Sheldon secured third on the sand at Hossegor, but a sound-check penalty demoted him to 13th.

Image credit: Anthony Brebant Photography.
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