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Stacey Nesbitt clinches the 2011 Canadian National CBR125 Championship

posted Aug 22, 2011, 8:10 AM by Statoni Racing   [ updated Aug 22, 2011, 10:30 PM ]
Race reports to follow. Video highlights now available on the 2011 Video page. Stacey made history by becoming the first woman to win a National Road Racing Championship. She certainly did it in style with a maximum points haul - 4 points for qualifying on pole position, 50 points for each race win and 2 additional points per race for having lead the most laps. Austin Shaw-O'Leary put on a strong performance all year to make the championship go to the final race to be decided.
 
Honda CBR125R Race Round 9 Results
1. Stacey Nesbitt, St-Lazare, QC, 8 laps in 16:57.174
2. Leah Vignale, Kemptville, ON, +0.704 secs.
3. Eric Green, Richmond, ON, +0.762
4. Scott Lingelbach, Wellesley, ON, +1.080
5. Austin Shaw-O'Leary, Falmouth, NS, +1.088
6. Karolina Pelc, Guelph, ON, +1.454
7. Lee Newbury, Greenfield Park, QC, +15.657
8. Brian Alexander, Peterborough, ON, +22.380
9. Seth Van Dongen, Belle River, ON, +30.742
10. Lauren Hill, Halifax, NS, +44.307
11. Brian Lingelbach, Wellesley, ON, +1:19.486
12. Uwe Wachtendorf, Toronto, ON, +1:19.583
13. Matt Chandler, Richmond Hill, ON, +1:34.532
14. Timothy Kennedy, Richmond Hill, ON, +1 Lap
Did Not Finish
Glen Mann, Woodbridge, ON, +2 Laps
David MacKay, Stoney Creek, ON, +3 Laps
Fastest Lap: 2:05.832 by Eric Green on lap 5
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