Newark winners announced

By Web editor, 23 June 2013
Chris Thompson's Yamaha RD350 won Best In Show

After much deliberation and midnight oil burning our independent judging team at the Carole Nash Newark Bike Bonanza has come up with a winners list. Awards will be presented to the lucky winners on the main stage at 4pm by guest of honour John McGuinness...

Congratulations to all motorcycle exhibitors, as the standards, once again, were extremely high. Below is our winners list. If you're attending the prize giving at 4pm, come early as we're expecting a large crowd to meet and welcome TT ace John McGuinness!

WINNERS LIST
Best In Show + Rosette and£100.00
(Sponsored by Pocklington Renault of Louth (Perpetual) 1981 350 Yamaha RD350 owned by Chris Thompson
Most Technical Interest 1953 500 'DKS' owned by Rod Marshall
Vintage & Veteran (Pre 1931) 1st 1923 311 New Hudson owned by Dave Stewart
Post Vintage (1931-45) 1st 1936 500 Calthorpe Ivory Major owned by Trevor Bostock
Post War (1946-60) 1st 1956 98 Ducati owned by Colin Stockton
Classic (1961-80) 1st 1963 BSA RGS owned by Stephen Dobbin
Modern (1981-present) 1st 1985 Kawasaki KR250 owned by Andy Bolas
Private Entry 3rd 1984 1100 Suzuki Katana owned by Roy Firth
Private Entry 2nd 1928 498 Scott owned by Brian Marshall
Private Entry 1st and £100.00 1972 Suzuki GT750 owned by Pete Bibby
Best British 1961 Triumph Bonneville owned by Terry Ishan
Best Japanese 1973 750 Kawasaki H2 owned by Norbo
Best Continental 2002 500 Bimota owned by Caid Vailon
Best Off-Road Competition (Trials & Scrambles) 1965 125 Suzuki S10 owned by Heidi Cockerton
Best Competition (Any other type) 1969 250 Yamaha TD2 owned by Keith Topliss
Best Unrestored 1967 Honda CD175 owned by Colin Cooper
Best Sidecar 1917 Harley F owned by Jim Sutton
Car of Best Interest Mablethorpe Car Club's Ford Thames owned by Will Stacey
Best Trade Entry Ducati GT40, Premier Auto Trim
Club Stand 3rd £250.00 BSA Goldstar Owners Club
Club Stand 2nd £500.00 UK 2 Strokes
Club Stand 1st £750.00 Italian Motorcycle Club

Chris Thompson's best in show Yamaha RD350 will go into the Classic Bikers Club Bike of the Year 2013 online vote, which will be held later on in the year.

Danny ButlerSunday in HALLS
09.00 Show opens
11.30 John McGuinness and other guests of honour George Stephenson Hall (stage)
14.30 Talking racing history with John McGuinness
16.00 Prize giving with guest of honour (George Stephenson Hall stage)
17.00 Show close

Sunday OUTSIDE
09.00 Press Trials start*
10.00 Mountain bike display Danny Butler (30 mins)
10.30 Fire Brigade demonstration
11.00 Steve Colley – main arena (30 mins)
11.30 GP Pits solos (Sound of Thunder)
12.00 Tyre Challenge/Balance Bike
12.30 Sidecars firing up
13.00 Mountain bike display Danny Butler (30 mins)
14.00 Steve Colley – main arena (30 mins)
14.30 GP Pits solos (Sound of thunder)
15.00 Mountain bike display Danny Butler (30 mins)
15.30 Racing Sidecars firing up
15.30 Fire Brigade demonstration
17.00 Show closes
* Sunday signing on at 08.00 – briefing at 08.30

Designated areas (see map)
Classic TT Display – all day
Get on Motorcycle Experience – all day
Extreme Wheelie 9am to close
Wall of Death 9am to close
Go Quadz – all day
Extreme Chainsaw 9am to close

Newark show quicklinks
Show floorplan guide
Directions to Newark
► More info www.Classicbikeshows.com

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