Sammy, running his late brother Jethro's #69, won from Brandon Robinson and Brad Baker was third. Interestingly, Bryan Smith, qualified through the semis, the tough way to make the main, and came fifth. A great result for his championship. Smith has narrowly missed out on the last two titles, because of poor results on singles, compared to Mees.
The Superhooligans were given a support slot, and Roland Sands one on one of his Indian Scout Sixtys. Read all about these bikes in the next issue, out at the end of March.
If you're in the UK or Europe and fancy racing your road bike, the DTRA is running a three-roudn Hooligan class at Peterborough, Hell's Race in Belgium and Dirt Quake. G