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Sam unites the paddock to provide dream weekend

A YOUNG motorsport fan with cerebral palsy saw his high-octane dreams come true when the racing community put pedal to floor to provide the perfect petrol fuelled weekend. Jack Tissington was given the inside track after Derbyshire-based Sam Randon Racing joined forces with sponsor The Greenbank Group and local charity Me&Dee.

Sam with Jack at Snetterton

Maria Hanson, who founded the charity that provides special experiences for those with life-threatening conditions, put the 17-year-old’s name forward after winning paddock tickets at a dinner to mark Greenbank’s 60th Anniversary. It was then full speed ahead to watch Sam Randon compete in rounds 9 and 10 of the Michelin Clio Cup Series at the Snetterton circuit in Norfolk.

With Simon North, organiser of Clio Cup Series

When he heard about the special visitor, Simon North of Grovewood Sports, promoter of the Michelin Clio Cup Series, immediately donated more tickets to enable the youngster’s whole family to attend. As a result Jack spent two days in the hospitality section of the 20Ten Racing awning, having full access to the race paddock where the cars are worked on. He was also given a tour of the facilities by Ashbourne-based Sam, whilst photos of his visit were donated by AS Autosport Photography.

Jack was also presented with a sports jacket, donated by Renault UK and Grovewood Sports, and given a look round the Formula Renault team garage by SWB Motorsport. Evolve Automotive, meanwhile, provided charity car stickers.

We were all treated like royalty,” revealed Jack’s mum Lesley Tissington. “As Jack is having multiple health issues at present it was nice to put the everyday stresses, strains and worries to the backs of our minds. Every single person treated Jack as an individual young man, not as someone disabled in a wheelchair.”

With Jacks family and The Greenbank Group sponsors

Charles Conroy, the Managing Director of Woodville-based Greenbank, said the specialist engineering firm was delighted to be able to help provide such an unforgettable experience for the brave youngster. “In addition to sponsoring Sam, we’ve adopted Me & Dee as our charity of the year and it was fantastic to see them coming together to provide such a memorable experience for a very special young man.

Maria Hanson commented: “This weekend means so much and, from the bottom of my heart, I appreciate all that’s been done in support of my charity and the family.”

Me&Dee logo on the car

Sam Randon’s father and manager, Neil, added: “It was humbling to host Jack and his family for the weekend. Despite his  obvious health issues, Jack smiled all day and his thumb seemed glued in a thumbs-up position, his way of letting us know he approved.

An inspirational family, Sam and I were happy to help.

Podium to finish season

SAM Randon finished his Michelin Clio Cup season with a strong second place at Croft, near Darlington. Randon was only just nudged off the front row after a strong qualifying session in the wet and transferred his form to the race, running fourth much of the way but nipping through as the leaders lapped backmarkers on the last lap.

We get enough bad luck, so a little good fortune was due,” said the teenage Ashbourne racer.

We needed this result and it was a perfect way to thank the sponsors for their extra support that kept us on the track after a disaster weekend at Brands Hatch.

“I would like to thank headline sponsor Greenbank Group, along with Cashbrokers, Syntax, Twincentric, Slikk, Evolve Automotive, Advanced Climate Rentals and AS Autosport Photography for their fantastic support this season.”

Sam shows good pace with 20Ten

SAM Randon showed good pace for his new team in the Michelin Clio Cup Series at Snetterton. The Ashbourne teenager battled well against the top drivers but had to settle for ninth place in the opening race and failed to finish the second after contact with other cars.

I was determined to deliver a result for headline sponsors Greenbank Group and all the sponsors and supporters who helped get me back on track,” said the 19-year-old JCB apprentice. Damage incurred during the last round at Brands Hatch all but wiped out his remaining funding for the year. But with additional support from sponsors, plus a swap to Derby-based 20Ten Racing, he was soon up to speed during testing at the Norfolk track.

Qualifying proved more problematic and he found himself in the middle of the grid for the first race but he made up several places from his 11th-place starting slot. He said: “My car felt good at the start of the race and I stayed with the leaders’ pace and even gained a little as they fought each other.

But I could never quite get close enough to join the group before my tyres started to degrade and the understeer it created meant I could not maintain those laps times and stay with them.”

The 20-minute second race was over in 20 seconds for Randon. As the lights went out and the cars accelerated from the start, he became embroiled in a four-car battle. Contact was inevitable, two of the cars spun out and a rear tyre on Randon’s machine was punctured.

I made a good start,” he explained, “but so did others around me and the lightest of contact somewhere between
the four of us started a series of events that, this time, resulted in me coming off worst,” he said.

The climax to series will be in three weeks’ time at Croft.

Sam’s race live on TV

The first race of the Snetterton weekend – August 30/31 – will be televised live on Motors TV (Sky channel 447) at 15:25.

Sam back in the driving seat

Back in the driving seat

Despite gloomy prospects following a disastrous Brands Hatch weekend, Sam Randon plans to be back in the driving seat for rounds 9 and 10 of the Michelin Clio Cup Series next weekend. After frantic activity to find the funding the young racer had to make some difficult decisions.
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We’ve had to change teams to fit the remaining budget which has been difficult as the boys at SVR worked so hard for me.” said Sam. “But we have been very lucky to agree a deal with Derby based 20Ten Racing, who have a great pedigree at UK Clio Cup level.”

With the help of our fantastic sponsors who have dug deeper to help out financially, we have found a way to finish the season and fulfill our obligations to them.”

Despite the problems at Brands Hatch, Sam is currently running 5th in the championship.

The first race of the Snetterton weekend will be televised live on Motors TV (Sky channel 447) at 15:25.

Season over after ‘nightmare’ weekend

Character building’ was an overused phrase this weekend for teenage race driver Sam Randon as a succession of incidents and bad luck not only hampered his weekend, but have potentially brought the youngsters season to a premature end.

The historic Kent circuit of Brands Hatch was the host for rounds 7 and 8 of the Michelin Clio Cup Series on the short Indy configuration, but Randon’s run of bad luck started before he even reached the circuit on the Friday test day.

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Engine change

The SVR team transporter broke down on the way to the circuit and they worked through the night just to get the cars there for Friday testing” said Sam. “Then my engine broke during the morning session and my test day was finished.”

Randon has suffered all season due to a lack of funding for testing, so to lose the test day due to mechanical gremlins was frustrating.

My pace was good even in just that first short test session and I go well at Brands Hatch so was confident of a good qualifying and race pace, but our preparation was already compromised at his early stage in the weekend.

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Even that optimism was short lived though as a very tight qualifying session left Sam disappointed languishing back in 9th place.

Father Neil explained “Brands Indy is a short lap, and the times were very close throughout qualifying. Sam was only a couple of tenths of a second behind the front row, but it was enough to drop him into the mid pack – a dangerous place to be and so it proved”.

A poor start to Saturday’s race didn’t help matters and in a busy mid pack Sam’s steering was damaged in a first corner clash which then impacted his race pace. A P8 finish was only achieved with some heroic defending which resulted in yet more damage to the car.

My car was looking pretty beaten up” said Sam “but the team sorted out the steering and mechanicals and we were looking forward to round 8 to salvage a result from the weekend.

Damage to the car was extensive

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With a cleaner start to round 8 the Ashbourne youngster was running in the busy pack through the first lap until he was squeezed to the outside of the track at Clearways corner and dropped a wheel into the gravel. By the time he had recovered he was dead last and chasing hard. Clocking up lap times that matched the leaders, Sam quickly caught the back of the pack. Taking a cautious approach and backing out of a pass through Druids corner he made a clean and decisive pass at Clearways, or so he thought.

I guess I surprised him” said a despondent Sam. “The pass was done and yet we somehow still came together, the front of his car hitting the rear of mine, destroying the rear of my car and taking us both out of the race. Just sums up my weekend!”

Randon senior summarised the weekend “Every racing driver has these nightmare weekends, we certainly had one or two in karting. Sam is very resilient and determined to bounce back. “

Season over?

“But unfortunately the damage bill for the car this weekend will likely consume the rest of our 2014 budget so this could be the end of the road for this year with 4 more races still to go”.

Sam added “I want to say a big thankyou to the SVR race team they worked so hard for me this weekend. Also a big thank you to all of our sponsors for their fantastic support this year, I’m just sorry we didn’t have more success for them.”

Determined to bounce back, Sam will now focus his attention on seeking additional funding for the 2015 season and working on his off-track obligations with current sponsors.

Lack of testing compromises Donington

Ashbourne racer Sam Randon proved he could run with the best at a sun soaked Donington Park this weekend as he finished a creditable sixth position in what was the half-way point of his championship season in the Michelin Clio Cup Series.

Against some very experienced and capable drivers, including one ex-British Touring Car driver, the 19 year old JCB apprentice overcame a serious disadvantage of having never driven the 1.96 mile circuit in the dry before his qualifying session on Saturday.

We have no testing budget” explained Randon “and the test day attached to this weekend (Thursday) was wet so I had no chance to find a dry line before the all-important qualifying session which was a disaster really.”

Danny Buxton, SV Racing’s team principal and Sam’s mentor explained “Ironically Sam was the fastest driver out there in wet testing which was an incredible achievement in itself, but Donington is an unforgiving circuit in places and can punish one small mistake for a large portion of the lap. Both Sam and his teammate suffered the same fate lining up a disappointing 10th and 11th on the grid for the weekends racing.”

Last minute instructions from coach Jack Goff

With a growing portfolio of local sponsors, the Randon team found themselves developing more new skills in the entertainment of sponsor guests and supporters with a full hospitality tent on both race days.

Sam’s father Neil added “This is an important part of the sport and we are learning as we go, but the awning had a real buzz about it this weekend and we’ve had some great feedback. It is a balancing act as we have to allow Sam to concentrate and prepare for his races, but he was also able to spend time explaining his craft to the guests and showing them around his car. We were lucky with the weather but it seems to have been a huge success”.

Swadlincote based Greenbank Group are the latest company to financially back the young driver.

Sam bounces back at Donington

Determined to make amends for a poor result at Oulton Park, Sam bounced back during a wet testing day at Donington Park by topping the timing screens in the difficult conditions.

I think my karting experience in the wet helped with some of the lines I guess” said a surprised Sam “but the SVR team has just given me such a well balanced car today. I came off the track in the first session not knowing where I was in comparison to the others, so to be told P1 was just the boost I needed and my day went from strength to strength.”

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Sam hopes to bag some serious points at the Donington weekend to get his season championship back on the rails.

I be happy if it rained now for the race weekend” said the 19 year old.

Tough day at the office

Greenbank Group-backed Sam Randon had a troubled start to the first Clio Cup Series encounter at Oulton Park and finished a disappointing 12th. However, after a thorough debrief with SV Racing Director, Danny Buxton,  Randon returned to the scenic circuit keen to make amends in Round 4.

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Randon, from Ashbourne, added: “I was there or thereabouts in free practice on Friday morning, but I struggled later in the day as I didn’t feel 100 per cent. This put me on the backfoot for the rest of the weekend, slowing my progression. There aren’t many overtaking places, so qualifying is critical to make the most of the races and the loss of just a couple of tenths put me way down the order. Oulton Park is a confidence track and you just need the balls to take it on, so I was capable of fighting at the front.

The Greenbank team were there to support Sam

Points for seventh place and achieving the fourth fastest lap overall was a nice way to end the weekend and lift the spirits. It was nice having so much support, including from my new sponsor The Greenbank Group.”

Oulton was a character building weekend for Sam, who is now looking forward to rounds 5 and 6 at Donington Park.

Headline sponsor The Greenbank Group join the adventure

The graphics on the car take a dramatic change as The Greenbank Group joins SamRandonRacing as a headline sponsor for the remainder of the 2014 season.

The Greenbank Group, which designs and manufactures specialist products for the power generation and mining industries, is the latest firm to recognise Sam’s potential.

Charles Conroy, the company’s Managing Director, explained: “We’ve been impressed by Sam’s performances at this level and his dedication to a sport that combines engineering excellence with individual talent.

Sam welcomes MD Charles Conroy to the pit garage

 “This reflects our own commitment to providing the highest levels of engineering expertise for our own clients and so this sponsorship agreement makes perfect sense for us.”

As part of the deal, the Greenbank logo will become a prominent feature of Sam’s Team SVR race car, run by ex-Touring car driver Danny Buxton, which is capable of 142mph from its 2.0 litre Clio engine.

 An engineering apprentice at JCB, Ashbourne-based Sam says sponsorship from well-respected firms such as Greenbank is an essential ingredient for success in motorsport.

 “I’m delighted at this latest offer of support, and as well as raising the company’s profile we will be providing the company, its staff and customers with unique access to the world of competitive motorsport,” he added.

Sam’s father and manager, Neil explained “This is further demonstration that our partnership approach to sponsorship is attractive to businesses both on and off the track.”

New partnership with Syntax Consultancy

You may have seen the logo on the race car, so SamRandonRacing is pleased to finally announce a new partnership with Derby based Syntax Consultancy. Syntax has 27 years experience providing IT and Technical Engineering talent solutions to the NHS, Education, Technology Consultancy, Rail and Advanced Engineering markets.

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Roger Frost, MD of Syntax seals the deal with Sam

Their services include Permanent solutions, Contract and temporary solutions, Senior and Executive Search, Graduate Campaigns and Talent Management Solutions.

Interest in Sam’s potential as an ambassador for Syntax plus our network of business contacts has brought us together to ensure value to both parties. We look forward to a long and fruitful partnership together.

Check them out here.

Season starts with a podium first time out!

picture by AS Autosport Photography

ASHBOURNE’S Sam Randon landed a podium finish on his debut in the 2014 Michelin Clio Cup series at Rockingham Motor Speedway. He stands third overall after the first weekend, having been involved in a spin and finishing ninth in the second race.

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Sam’s tribute to Michael Schumacher

Only 11th in qualifying for the first race, Randon shot to fifth on the opening lap as he avoided a coming-together involving several cars in front of him. After a brief safety car intervention, he continued to make progress and finish an impressive 3rd on his race car debut.

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He was less lucky second time out, having caught the leading bunch napping, he made up 6 places in 2 corners but a tag from behind sent him into a spin and tumbling down the order. He clawed his way back to ninth with a damaged rear end. Randon said: “I had an incredible start to Round One, which we had preplanned. It worked a treat and was just as effective in race two, when a small tap from behind at the Deene Hairpin spun me out.

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“Despite that, I have to be happy with my points total.

“I’m so grateful to my sponsors, Airglide Ultimate, Twincentric Integration, Evolve Automotive and Ca$hbrokers.”

Watch the Clio Cup Series official video of the day here with good coverage of Sam in both races including his spectacular spin.

AS Autosport Photography join the team as a services sponsor

AS Autosport captured Sam at Rockingham

A well know face around the paddock, Alan Smeaton, joins forces with SamRandonRacing to provide us with high quality photography for the season. Alan is both a photographer and a motorsport fanatic and considers himself very lucky to have the opportunity to combine both of his passions to bring us the very best in motorsport photography. Alan is based in Norfolk but can be found lurking with his camera at most circuits in the UK during the season.

Randon’s final preparation

Interviews combined with track action on press day

Derby race driver Sam Randon launched his 2014 season at Rockingham Motor Speedway near Corby this week with success both on and off the track during the official Renaultsport press day designed to launch the burgeoning series.

The day provided much needed track time for the youngster, limited by budget as he tries to make his way in the high profile race car class, but the event crucially provided the opportunity to invite guests and potential sponsors to see the car in action and experience the SamRandonRacing hospitality experience.

It was a very busy day” said the 19 year old JCB apprentice

In between the official Renaultsport interviews and press responsibilities, we had a dozen or so guests to entertain and show what we can offer during a typical race weekend”.

Then suddenly I have to put my helmet on and focus on my driving again. It was hard work but great fun”.

On track, the Ashbourne driver continued to impress, posting competitive lap times on his worn tyres until, for the first time in this car, the team put on new rubber to simulate a qualifying session.

Father Neil explained “We just can’t afford to buy new tyres for testing so this was the first and only time he will experience new rubber before the season starts in April. Qualifying on new tyres will be crucial and the car behaves quite differently for the first few laps, but it’s a new skill to learn and his relative pace to other drivers did drop – he just needs more time on new tyres.”

Evolve Automotive’s Henry Clarke joins the fun

Funding has been a constant challenge at this level for the young charger, but following a marketing offensive in recent weeks including appearances on BBC Radio Derby and Radio Ashbourne, the much needed sponsorship support has started to grow.

Joining existing sponsors Airglide and Twincentric Integration, Nottingham based pawnbroker franchise Ca$hbrokers have recently agreed to support Sam, along with Derby based automotive customisation specialists Evolve Automotive.

New sponsor Robert Smit of Ca$hbrokers with Sam

Welcoming the new partners, Sam added “I’m so pleased that Cashbrokers and Evolve have partnered with us, their support is crucial to me being able to compete at this level. They are all such nice people it is developing a real family atmosphere in the garage and we are hoping to make further announcements very soon.”

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Nottingham based Ca$hBrokers new sponsor for 2014

We are really pleased to announce a new for 2014 sponsor, Nottingham based Ca$hBrokers offering Pawnbroking for the 21st Century. Ca$hBrokers are a family owned company offering services such as pawnbroking, buying and selling gold, jewellery and watches and more. Look out for their livery on Sam’s car soon.

Local company Evolve Automotive join the adventure for 2014

Based centrally in Derby, Evolve Automotive offer their clients the very best in automotive customisation including; hydro dipping, vehicle wrapping, window tinting, engine remapping, custom coatings, plasti-dipping, gold plating and dent removal – protecting and enhancing the antithetical value and performance of your vehicle.

Evolve will be providing our stickers and graphics this year.

SamRandonRacing interviewed on local radio

BBC Radio Derby DJ Sally Pepper in the studio with Sam

Check out the Friday 07/3/14 podcast from the Sally Pepper morning show on BBC Radio Derby. Sally interviews Sam and father Neil about his ambition to succeed in a sport despite constant budget challenges.

I was a bit nervous at first” said Sam “but Sally soon put me at ease and her easy style made the conversation flow“.

Listen out also on Ashbourne Radio this week for another short interview  with Mark Atherton.

The exposure gives Sam the opportunity to reach a wider audience in his quest to fund this year in the Michelin Clio Cup Series.

Sam steps up to race car class

Sam Randon has joined the leading SV Racing team as he prepares to step up to the ‘Racecar’ division of the Michelin Clio Cup Series with Protyre in 2014.

The 18-year old from the Derby was highly impressive during his maiden season of car racing in the burgeoning Michelin-backed Clio Cup Series. A leading light in the series’ ‘Roadcar’ division for road-going Clio Renaultsport 197s throughout last year, he achieved numerous class podiums before capping off a sensational season with a race win at Brands Hatch in September.

Randon went on to show a great turn of speed during his maiden test in a race-spec Clio Cup car with SVR in October, completing approximately 120 laps of the 2.99mile Snetterton ‘300’ circuit near Thetford, Norfolk with guidance from SVR Director, Danny Buxton, and Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) podium finisher, Jack Goff. The young charger far exceeded all expectations on his first outing in Clio Cup machinery and this raw speed, consistency and maturity proved to be a catalyst for a full 2014 Michelin Clio Cup Series campaign in SVR colours, during which he hopes to mount a consistent challenge for victory.

To be entering the ‘Racecar’ class of the Michelin Clio Cup is exciting and another step up the ladder,” said Randon. “We wouldn’t be making the move without my sponsors, Airglide International Ltd and Twincentric Integration, but I feel I extracted the most from my maiden season in the ‘Roadcar’ division last year and graduating to a race-spec Clio is naturally the next step. “I think my performance during the Snetterton test in October backed that up, as it not only demonstrated my potential to Danny (Buxton), but also boosted my own confidence and indicated that I could really challenge for some good results in 2014. Without being over confident, I think I have the ability to mix it up at the sharp end and threaten for race wins on a consistent basis. There’s still some work to do, as I need to get to grips with the amount of speed you can carry through corners on the slick tyres.”

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Randon – an Apprentice for JCB – brings with him lucrative backing from Twincentric Integration and Airglide International Ltd.

Twincentric Integration – a long-established IT software and services company – sponsored Randon’s early Karting career and, having found the lure of the Michelin Clio Cup Series too much to resist, will rekindle its partnership with the young Ashbourne-based hotshot in 2014.

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SV Racing Director, Danny Buxton, added: “It’s tremendously exciting to have somebody with Sam’s potential on-board for the 2014 Michelin Clio Cup Series. He adapted remarkably well to the demands of a Clio Cup racer during his test with us in October and left us a bit stunned, in all honesty. He’s a talent for the future and SVR will give him all the tools he needs to flourish in the Clio Cup Series and to provide his sponsors, Twincentric Integration and Airglide, a return on their investments in the form of strong results.

Stunning Cup Car test at Snetterton

Ashbourne’s Sam Randon impressed during his maiden test in a Renault UK Clio Cup car with the leading Scuderia Vittoria race team at Snetterton on Wednesday.

Click on the picture to see fly past

I’m really happy with the progress I made and I wasn’t expecting to be that close to the pace,” said Randon. “It was a massive step up compared to the road-going Clio I’m used to. I’ve never driven on slick tyres before or with a sequential gearbox. The racing Clio Cup car requires a completely different driving style; because it’s so unforgiving, it requires a more precise and progressive touch.

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L-R Jack Goff, Sam and SV boss Danny Buxton

SV Director, Danny Buxton, added: “Sam used his test with us to acclimatise to the Clio Cup car before embarking on another full Michelin Clio Cup Series campaign in 2014, this time in the ‘Racecar’ class. He adapted really well and, after completing countless laps during a productive day of testing, ended up just over a second off the fastest lap from this year’s UK Clio Cup round at Snetterton.”

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Sam and BTCC driver Jack Goff

 “Considering this was his first time driving anything more than a road-car on tyres that had already done more than 80 laps, he showed a great deal of potential. In fact, he far exceeded my expectations for someone in their first taste of Clio Cup machinery.”

Double winner at Brands!

ASHBOURNE’S Sam Randon broke his Michelin Clio Cup Series duck last weekend in the final round at Brands Hatch, dominating the racing and taking the overall roadcar win on both race days.

Determined to consolidate his maiden win over his more experienced teammate Tommy Ostgaard the previous day, the teenager was also keen to impress a new local sponsor, Airglide Ultimate, whose paint finishing system – proven to reduce drag – was applied to Randon’s car during the previous week.

I’ve been getting closer to teammate Ostgaard’s lap times each weekend so we knew the margin we had to make up,” said Randon, still in his rookie season.

Reducing aerodynamic drag on the car could only help.”

The 18 year old JCB Apprentice attacked the Sunday qualifying session determined to consolidate his position. A spectacular last minute pole position in qualifying was followed by a lights-to flag second victory of similar dominance to the previous day.

Click here for post race interview

I’ve been working so hard all year to beat Tommy, he’s been the man to beat all season and now we’ve managed to do it”, said a thrilled Randon,

“I couldn’t have asked for much more this weekend, I’ve done more than I set out to achieve this year so I’m really happy about that.

Randon now intends to build on his success this year and plan a 2014 campaign in the faster and more prestigious racecar class.

Winner!

At last – race winner!

After following teammate Tommy Ostgaard home for the last 6 races, 17 year old Sam’s determination finally paid off today with a first overall roadclass win at Brands Hatch in Kent. After qualifying P2 yet again, Sam took the lead by the first corner after Ostgaard was baulked by a slow starting Cup car, but the lead was short-lived when a charging Jake Honour dived inside at Druids.

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A jubilant Sam explained “I was planning to work on my lead as Tommy had a terrible start but I wasn’t expecting Jake to nick the place. I had to settle into a rythm behind Jake and got the lead back a couple of laps later at Paddock Hill“.

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From that point the charging Randon built up a lead through concentration and consistency, taking the chequered flag for the roadcar class by some 5 seconds ahead of the chasing pack and fastest lap into the bargain.

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I’m delighted to have won today. Its taken me all season to get closer to Tommy and finally took the win infront of our new sponsor, Airglide, who were here today to support me. Their paint finish was applied to my car last week and is proven to reduce drag, it is a great partnership.

Click here for post race interview.

Click here for a full 2013 season review

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