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Ace Nobes hoping to live up his pre-race billing
12:00pm Thursday 11th October 2012 in Sport
THERE will be plenty of racing action in Worcestershire Grasstrack Club’s final meeting of the year on Sunday.
Cladswell Farm near Inkberrow will see a host of top riders compete, including Tim Nobes who is favourite to take home the Buildbase solo trophy.
He will also be battling against leading lights Lee Smart, Trevor Heath and David Radley.
Practise starts at 11am with the racing commencing at 12.30pm. Admission is £10 for an adult, £8 for 12 to 16-years-olds and £17 for a family ticket.
The main even is the 1,000cc right-hand sidecars, when top crews from all over the country and big names in the sport such as Colin Blackbourn from Skegness and Carl Pugh in the chair will be in action.
All the crews set to be battling it out on the circuit are aiming to seal their top six place in the Buildbase season championship with a £1,000 prize fund up for grabs.