Well Ryedale was a bit of a tough one, with fire roads, a water logged special and loads of single track. It certainly sorted the men from the boys and there were a number of retirements – so to the guys that won points – WELL DONE.
The Rally Class is headed up by Andrew Sillence (59 points) on his 300 Husqvarna but is only a point ahead of Mike Wells (58 points), again on a Husky, but Mike has done one less round. In third is Rob Loupart on his trusty 300 KTM with (50 points). And with Tony Whitehead catching a stump in the special and shearing off the fuel line and bending the gear lever back on itself he slips down the order to 5th place with 38 points.
The Big Bike Class sees Andy Myers (74 points) in a good lead over Paul Davies with 65 points with both riders having done all the rounds so far this year. Paul Robson is in third place with 40 points but has already missed two rounds, so with Keilder cancelled he will have to do all the remaining rounds to take the class win.
In the Trail and Multi Class Darren Soothill leads the field on his CCM 450 with 51 points, ahead of the ever present Rich Griffin (48 points) with Lee Salt in third with 40 points, but this is two class wins, so Lee has already dropped his rounds and could pull back the gap to the leaders.
RallyLite 1 sees Dylan Davies (58 points) leading the way ahead of Gabriel Bolton on 56 points and Richard Robson in throd (42 points) with all riders having only dropped one round to date.
RallyLite 2 is headed up Cliff Fisher on his Husaberg 570 with 62 points, having done all the rounds and Chris Foster is in second with 54 points and Dave Leach from the Isle of Man on his immaculate TM is in third with 52 points.
Full results are here: http://www.allterrainrallychallenge.co.uk/2015-atrc-points-2/