BSSO 2018 Scooter Championship #4 Lydden Hill

This event was a little earlier in the season than in recent years but that didn’t make it any less popular with riders and spectators alike. The Lydden meeting always has a different feel to it and always generates a great vibe. The meeting hosts the annual BSSO Memorial Race in memory of passed riders and is a race that all competitors REALLY want to win and provides some spectacular action. But before the memorial race was the regular business of the new for 2018 timed qualifying and the first of the weekend’s three championship races.

There were some different faces around – Scott Swarbrick making a rare outing but still managing to put his Gilera Runner on pole in

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