The Wheelhouse Racing team made th trip to Delmar NY for the final race in the Nycross.com series on Sunday November 14,2010. With Alec and Jeremy secured in 1st and 2nd for the series overall, today was Anthony Clark’s day to shine. Anthony took the hole-shot and never looked back putting in a large gap after one lap. Alec sat in behind with the chasers. He eventually opened a gap on them but it was a little to late to catch Anthony. Mukunda raced very strong to finish in a very close 4th place. Brian suffered a mechanical but fought his way back into the race and secured a 6th place finish.
Amid a week when the team suffered the setback of loosing Jeremy Durrin to a broken collar bone, Al Donahue managed a great ride at Sunday’s Clean Bottle Wicked Creepy Cross in Bennington, VT. Looking to solidify his lead in the NYCross (www.nycross.com) overall standings Al rode strong against current national masters champion Kevin Hines (Corner Cycle). Al took top honors for the day with Anthony Clark in 5th, Mukunda Feldman in 7th and Brian Hayes in 8th.
The team continued it’s success in the NYCross (www.nycross.com) race series this weekend with 3 more podium places at the Saratoga Spa Cyclocross Race.
Elite women’s rider Francis Morrison started off the day with a strong ride to second place. This ride moved her into 7th place in the series standings. (Photo Credit: groovylab)
The men’s elite race saw the continued success of both Al Donahue and Jeremy Durrin. Although Donahue led most the race a last lap mechanical saw him swap positions with Jeremy Durrin. Al would finish second for the day with Jeremy taking home the win. Anthony Clark put in a strong ride to finish just off the podium for 4th. Post race Al Donahue leads the NYCross series with Jeremy in 2nd and Anthony in 6th.
The Wheelhouse Racing Team had an exceptional weekend of racing at races 3 and 4 of the NYCross.com series at the Uncle Sam GP in Troy, NY. Day one in the elite men’s race saw Jeremy Durrin take the win with Al Donahue in second and Anthony Clark in 5th. In the elite women’s race Frances Morrison finished 4th.
The elite men’s race on day two saw Al take a hard fought win while Jeremy suffered a mechanical and fought his way back to 7th. Anthony Clark had a great race improving on his day one finish by one spot and finishing 4th. Missing from day one was Mukunda Feldman who raced to a strong 8th place finish.
The updated series standings now have Al in 1st place and Jeremy in 2nd.