Paul and Edward had a good race, they were throwing elbows at each other and switching places throughout their batlle with Paul being the winner of our personal challenge in race 1.
Since my first race was bad I had to line up on the second row at the starting gate. Paul and Edward were side by side on the first row so I positioned right behind them. Edward was gone like a rocket with Paul in the middle of the field and me on Paul’s rear fender. There was a pile up at the first turn after the long straight where Paul pushed his way through and I got stuck. For the second time I was in pursuit till I crashed on a pretty small jump with two other guys crashing over my bike (luckily not over me). I decided to finish the race without hopes of catching up with the other two also because the track got quite heavy. A large part of the track became like one big whoop section after all the races that day. Edward fell back during the race because of serious armpump problems, leaving Paul to be the winner of our batlle. He is still the man to beat.
Bern Buster did very well in the licensed class. Although he still needs to get used to his brand new 2006 CRF 450 he finished the races on 7th and 5th place. He had a good day with no regrets from switching from his 250 two-stroke Yamaha to the 450 four-stroke Honda.