30th April 2017
For the 125/150cc British Youth Riders all roads lead to Scunthorpe on Sunday 30th April for the 2nd round of the 2017 British Youth Championship, only 14 days after the 1st round.
If round 2 is as exciting as the first round then the Lincolnshire public will be entertained.
Almost the same number of attendants have registered for Sunday, although 3 riders have had late withdrawals due to injuries picked up in the last few days, so for Jack Wright, Beau Stonehewer and Archie Wareham, Sunday has come too early.
Round 1 winner Sam McGurk will be among one of the favourites to continue his winning form, although his older brother Harry, Mickie Simpson, Bailey Fellows and Luke Harrison will have something to say about that.
The Scunthorpe venue is one that the majority of these riders have experience of, so it would be foolish to rule anyone out.
The Youth Round will take part of a double header after the Scorpion’s fixture verses Berwick which starts at 3pm, so the Youth Championship will be starting at about 5pm – 5.30pm.
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