Darren Bloomfield kept up the Agama domination of the 2014 BRCA Truggy series by taking a commanding victory at Round 3 held at the excellent Wakefield track in the North of England.
After taking a convincing TQ with his Bullitt powered Agama A8T, Darren would go on to dominate the main final to take his second victory in the series, with team mate Jon Hazlewood taking victory at Round 2. With 2 maximum scores, Darren is looking in good shape for the title... A total of 9 of the main finalists were using the Agama A8T truck most shod with Beta tires.
The E-buggy class would see an exciting duel between Darren and Elliott Boots for the TQ spot, with Elliott just edging it despite Darren having the fastest individual time en route to a round TQ.
The main final would see a great drive from Tony Truman who had had a terrible qualifying leaving him having to come through the B final. Tony drove his way through the pack to take an excellent 2nd overall behind Elliott. Darren had an issue that sidelined him at around half distance. BETA driver Callum Niblett completed the podium with a fine 3rd place as he continues his recent upturn in form.
Many thanks to the Wakefield crew for once again putting on an excellent event.
The fifth and final round of the BRCA National Championships took place at Sough over the weekend with the Championship on the line between Darren Bloomfield and Elliott Boots. Elliott was in a strong position with Darren having to TQ and win, with Elliott being 14th or lower to take the title.
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