Tuesday, 26 June 2012

Brit Riders rule FIM Flat Track

 1 Collins
54 Boast. Sixth in the final.
93 Woolley. Style.

The first ever FIM International flat track race went off in Czech Republic last week, with Europe's best  racers in attendance. Six riders travelled from GB, all six made the final, with Aidan Collins and Tom Woolley coming first and second.
I'd love to see how Collins would go in the deep end of American short track, given a good bike and a few races to acclimatise. He's the quickest in England and has proven he has the beating of the rest of Europe.
Well done to all involved.
The next round is in Italy, then there are two in the US and one in Hungary. Go to the FIM for more details.
Remember, Collins and the cream of UK short track will be in action at King's Lynn this Saturday. Racing from 1 till 5. £10 on the gate. G
Photos: Tim Coles

2 comments:

stevie coles said...

My sentiments exactly g!

geoff said...

Yes good work everyone who went.
Respect!