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There's no doubt that James Dunn is getting back to business after a difficult time through injury, again showing his speed and skill this past weekend.

James went 1-1 at round three of the British 2 stroke championship and dominated the weekend. It really was a pleasure to watch as he flicked and twisted his GL12 KTM wherever he wanted on the circuit. As always, the 2 stroke British championship delivered with some awesome racing from the front right to rear. 

It was also a brilliant weekend for us at DEP Pipes as we dominated the podium. The hard charging Neville Bradshaw on his 'old' DB Racing Honda went 2-3 for second overall. An incredbile effort when you consider he was also racing the MX2 class against much younger competition. Nice one Nev! Italian Manuel Lacopi riding his JK I-Fly Yamaha went 4-2 for third overall using our much proven YZ250 system. 

Series leader and teammate to Dunn, Mike Kras had a tough weekend finishing 5th overall with a 3-8 scorecard, but the good news for Mike is he still holds the championship lead with one round to go. It's all on like Donkey Kong at the final round though because he only has a 7 point lead over Nev, and the old boy on the old bike will going all out to win himself another national championship. We're looking forward to seeing it unfold. The final round is scheduled for Foxhill on the 27th August. 

James Dunn picture: Haggis Hartman.

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