The Labéraudie plain in Cahors hosted the second round of the Occitanie meadow racing championship this Sunday. Organized by the Moto Club Cadurcien, the occasion introduced collectively 140 riders.
The plain of Labéraudie hosted this Sunday the second stage of the Trophée d’Occitanie racing on meadows. One hundred and forty riders (125cc classes, greater than 125cc, classic and classic basic) from throughout the area, and some even additional afield, took part in this competitors organized by the Moto Club Cadurcien.
On a 1.6km-long circuit traced on pure terrain by the Lotois Benjamin Delpech (“this course was made for pilots to have fun” remarked Jean-Michel Cavallié), the pilots took part in the morning follow. and two races in the afternoon. “It was complicated with the rain,” explains Moto Club Cadurcien president Jean-Michel Cavallié. Initially, three races have been scheduled in the afternoon, however after the dangerous climate in the morning, we determined to prepare two races and not three ”.
After some well-watered free and timed follow, the climate improved in consequence and the afternoon heats took place in sunny spells. Heats “of seven minutes plus a lap, where the start is essential, which offered intense races”, explains the president of the Moto Club Cadurcien, who, regardless of the sophisticated climate, attracts up a somewhat passable evaluation of a day that s ‘ends round 5.30 p.m. with the award ceremony.
“The drivers were happy to ride on this circuit. And we like the concept of this type of event, ”summarizes the president of the Moto Club Cadurcien, who, alongside the Occitanie Trophy, organized a City Cup for Lot drivers, gained by Mike Valade.
City Cup: 1. Mike Valade; 2. Killiam Berkau; 3. Alexis Caussanel; 4. Clément Imbert.
Occitanie 125cc Championship: 1. Maël Dallan; 2. Sylvain Delseries; 3. Guillaume Becret.
Occitanie Championship + 125cc: 1. Laurent Becret; 2. Hugo Lafage; 3. Julien Guerard.
Vintage Occitanie Championship: 1. Cédric Terrasson; Grégory Puech; 3. Benjamin Fourcaud.
Vintage Classic Occitanie Championship: 1. Antoine Fernandez; 2. Didier Cochard; 3. Patrick Marmier.