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Daewoo 420 National Championships - Day 1

by Richard Vaughan on 14 Aug 2000
The first day proper of the Daewoo 420 National Championships gave exciting
racing inside the harbour at Portland. Visibility lifted at about 10.30 allowing
race officer Frank Newton to start the first race promptly.

Stevie Morrison and Liam Murray led throughout the short 1 Lap sprint to
show that they mean to carry on where they left off last year.

Paul Campbell James lead the second race only to be passed first by Alex
Cherry and Paul Burgoine who in turn failed to hold off Stevie Morrison for the
longer 2 lap course.

The third race was a dual between Mark Rhodes and Nick Hutton and John
Greenland and Bevis Field. As the wind gusted force 5 for the final reach John
Greenland powered thought to first whilst Stevie Morrison edged out Mark
Rhodes for second.

Three great races on the first day augers well for the championship.

Positions after Day 1:

1st Stevie Morrison & Liam Murray
2nd Alex Cherry & Paul Burgoine
3rd John Greenland & Bevis Field

1st Girl Gemma Frier & Sophie Esson

Full Results:
1 Stevie Morrison / Liam Murray (4) 1 1 2
2 GBR 50117 Alex Cherry / Paul Burgoine (14) 5 2 7
3 GBR 49403 John Greenland / Bevis Field (16) 10 5 1
4 GBR 49835 Nic Asher / Paul Davies (17) 3 6 8
5 GBR 49103 Mark Rhodes / Nick Hutton (17) 7 7 3
6 GBR 50180 Paul Campbell James / Matt Gill (18) 4 4 10
7 GBR 50200 Ian Martin / Chris Martin (22) 6 10 6
8 GBR 50112 Athol King / Eamon King (27) 14 8 5
9 GBR 501871 Will Fennell / David Steed (32) 13 15 4
10 GBR 50187 Ben Field / Tom Hutchinson (33) 2 3 28
11 GBR 49384 Neil Baker / Chris Dodds (35) 9 12 14
12 GBR 50134 Mark Richmond / Sam Richmond (41) 8 20 13
13 GBR 50030 Gemma Frier / Sophie Esson (43) 12 16 15
14 GBR 49199 Miles Willis / Elliot Willis (53) 20 14 19
15 GBR 50116 Laurie Fitzjohn-Sykes / Daniel Allin (57) 36 9 12
16 GBR 45698 Christian Hamilton / Mark Ellis (64) 23 18 23
17 GBR 49791 John Annan / Jonny Logan (65) 22 13 30
18 GBR 49686 Sam Carter / Paul Jones (67) 27 22 18
19 GBR 50125 Mark Lees / Charlie Wylie (73) 30 17 26
20 GBR 49792 Callum Macdonald / Grant Kintoul (73) 28 25 20
21 GBR 49839 Richard Elphinstone / Bobby Sudell (74) 19 26 29
22 ITA 50140 Matteo Barba / Linda Donato (76) 31 24 21
23 ITA 48677 Alberto Maresca / Paulo Consigliere (86) 32 23 31
24 GBR 50210 Christina Bassedone / Helen Mayhew (88) 68 11 9
25 GBR 50115 Caroline Vaughan / Rachel Larman (89) 29 28 32
26 GBR 48848 Richard Mason / Sarah Smith (91) 34 33 24
27 GBR 49354 Iain Watson / Jonathon Elphinstone (94) 39 38 17
28 GBR 50179 Victoria Rawlinson / Emma Rawlinson (95) 16 68 11
29 GBR 48885 Sam Pascoe / Mike Pennock (99) 43 21 35
30 GBR 49358 Steven Pollard / Laura Pollard (102) 33 30 39
31 GBR 50029 Stuart Frize / Chris Frize (105) 59 19 27
32 GBR 49826 Karen Greenland / Jemima Marshall (108) 24 68 16
33 GBR 49743 Nick Cherry / Alex McIntosh (108) 18 68 22
34 GBR 50188 Charlie Odell / Katherine Hopson (115) 38 31 46
35 GBR 49794 Gavin Smith / Guy Kingham (116) 47 35 34
36 GBR 49541 Claire Paramore / Sophie Powys (117) 45 32 40
37 ITA 50087 Pietro Micillo / Alessio Baccini (119) 15 36 68
38 GBR 49837 Toby Wincer / Duncan Runnacles (121) 26 27 68
39 GBR 49690 Amanda Lassen / Sarah Paramore (122) 25 29 68
40 ITA 50066 Fabrizio Daneri / Maria Alonzo (125) 21 68 36
41 GBR 49795 Susanne Bennell / Jill Shorrocks (125) 40 40 45
42 GBR 48849 Georgina Hill / Mary Liggins (130) 48 39 43
43 GBR 48157 Simon Evans / Gemma Evans (132) 49 42 41
44 GBR 49838 Andrew Friend / James Wolfe (135) 42 46 47
45 GBR 49545 Michael Jones / Craig Jones (140) 68 34 38
46 ITA 49576 Francesca Daneri / Elena Alonzo (142) 68 41 33
47 GBR 49544 Joe Scheinkonig / Tom Mapplebeck (144) 51 51 42
48 GBR 49357 Elvino Karlsen / Haakon Karlsen (145) 60 48 37
49 GBR 48506 Gemma Cassels / Samantha Grieve (145) 58 43 44
50 GBR 48082 Jessica Mapplebeck / Elizabeth Orchard (146) 53 45 48
51 GBR 49793 Stuart Jamieson / Gordon Young (147) 11 68 68
52 GBR 49956 Gemma Farrell / Joanna Allen (149) 56 68 25
53 GBR 48853 Martin Evans / Edward Walker (149) 44 37 68
54 GBR 48014 Neil Crossuard / Joe Pascoe (150) 50 49 51
55 GBR 47995 James Roche / Jonathon Cavill (151) 52 50 49
56 GBR 48767 Sarah Sandison / Leslie Symon (152) 55 47 50
57 GBR 50100 Claire Medhurst / Kate Sanders (153) 17 68 68
58 GBR 50209 Sophie Harrison / Samantha Green (158) 46 44 68
59 GBR 49201Henrieta Cator / Edward Stevenson (158) 54 52 52
60 ITA 49030 Michele Pissarello / Rossi Marrianna (171) 35 68 68
61 ITA 48761 Emilio Carhagnini / Marcello Ravida (173) 37 68 68
62 GBR 49836 Peter Gray / Chris Evans (177) 41 68 68
63 GBR 49820 Katie Graves / Jeni Tod (182) 61 68 53
64 GBR 45773 Susie Short / Lucy Clark (193) 57 68 68
65 ITA 9 Maurizio Benigni / Giovanni Spessa (198) 62 68 68
66 GBR 49827 Gemma Green / Kate Mackay (199) 63 68 68
67 GBR 47766 Joanne Macdonald / Faye Gouan (204) 68 68 68

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