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Nobes is hoping to live up to his billing
4:00pm Saturday 13th October 2012 in Sport
WORCESTERSHIRE Grasstrack Club hold their season finale at Cladswell Hall Farm tomorrow.
They hope for a good turn-out of spectators after a rain-hit campaign with a mouth-watering field of riders in prospect on the 36-race schedule at Knowles Fields, near Inkberrow.
Local rider Tim Nobes, nicknamed the Cotswold Express, is the top-scoring rider so far this year and favourite to take home the Buildbase Championships solo trophy along with a £400 cheque.
Nobes will be battling against Lee Smart, Trevor Heath and Liverpool’s David Radley.
There is a high-class entry list in the support classes, including the likes of Worcester’s Tim Curnock, John Jeffries, Harland Cook, Mark Taylor and Gerald Short.
But the main event of the day will be the 1,000cc right-hand sidecars with Colin Blackbourn and Carl Pugh leading the way.
Practise will be at 11am tomorrow with the first race off at 12.30pm.