Roland Uglow won the Robin Alexander Sporting trial on Saturday on the north Cornwall coast in stunning weather despite a couple of small errors during the afternoon. Twenty four sections offered a huge challenge to the crews with a real mixture of techniques needed. Uglow was driving aggressively, unusually, to win by just two points from John Fack who was debuting a new engine. British championship leader Simon Kingsley was extremely focused and completed the podium with a better afternoon, ahead of Richard Sharp. Colin Flashman was won the blue independent class in fifth overall despite missing a ten gate in the morning. Andy Wilks and Jerome Fack battled for sixth finishing a point apart, with rookie Darren Underwood finishing a fabulous eighth overall, and top live axle, beating George Watson and Mike Wevill who completed the top ten overall. Alan Baker won the blue live axle class after  a disappointing day. Land owner Rex Ward completed in his first sporting trial and won the clubman class with some good climbs and a very creditable score.

  1. Roland Uglow, Crossle, 25
  2. John Fack, MSR, 27
  3. Simon Kingsley, Crossle, 28
  4. Richard Sharp, Cartwright, 41
  5. Colin Flashman, MSR, 42
  6. Andy Wilkes, Crossle, 43
  7. Jerome Fack, MSR, 44
  8. Darren Underwood, Sherpa, 53
  9. George Watson, Hamilton, 60
  10. Mike Wevill, Crossle, 61