HARRY Hemmingway and Roger Williams led the way as a mixture of Youth and Over-40s events were held at Ripon Motor Club's latest trial.

Braisty Woods is known as one of the most spectacular trials venues in the North of England.

Acres of land complete with huge rocks outcrops bordering its north boundary with smooth grassland that would form a massive car park.

Right across a minor road are more acres of shrub land and trees complete with even more natural rock formations.

On Sunday the Ripon Motor Club made their second visit to the Summerbridge estate to stage their second trial at the venue classes.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Paul Gravestock, of Bradford, in actionPaul Gravestock, of Bradford, in action

The format was a hard, green and easy section choice with Youth and Over 40s integrated in classes.

The Over 40s ran on the Easy route. The opening sections were in the parc ferme and a further six further on opposite side the lane closed the lap.

That area was a track through the undergrowth about a couple of metres wide.

The leading lights in national youth trials were on duty. Harry and George Hemingway plus Scorpa front runner Harry Turner and progressing rapidly Charlie Cripps.

Sunday morning was bright and sunny.

The opening four sections on the rock escarpment in the paddock were bone dry with just a little green moss to catch the unwary.

The sixth section half-a-mile down the field stopped Bradford’s Charlie Smith and Jack Challoner.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Anthony Ayrton, of Barnoldswick and Bradford Motor Club member, in actionAnthony Ayrton, of Barnoldswick and Bradford Motor Club member, in action

From that section the fun started as the field entered the ‘jungle’ to locate the sections.

Harry Hemingway demonstrated his style well as did Scorpa’s Harry Turner, who started the day badly with a first section first lap five.

Gas rig engineer Roger Williams headed the Over 40s green contenders and Phillip Hammond took the easy class on a clean sheet.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Lucy Ayrton, of Barnoldswick and Bradford Motor Club member Lucy Ayrton, of Barnoldswick and Bradford Motor Club member

Results: Hard course. Experts: 1 Danny Gamble 3 mc, 2 Dan Hemingway 3, 3 Charlie Smith 6. (All Beta).

Inters: Anthony Ayrton (TRS) 101, 2 Sam Atherton (Gas Gas) 128.

Novices: 1 Elliott Laws (Vertigo) 39, 2 Bevan Blacker (Gas Gas) 39. 3 Jake Walker (Gas Gas) 93.

Youth Class A: 1 Harry Turner (Scorpa) 7, 2 Harry Bowyer (Gas Gas) 11, 3 Charlie Cripps (Beta) 120.

Youth Class B: 1 Harry Hemingway (Beta) 0, 2 George Hemingway (Beta) 17.

Green course: Novices: 1 John Bannister (Beta) 4, Dave Mawer (Beta) 6, 3 Martin Hodgson (Beta) 9.

Over-40s: 1 Roger Williams (Beta) 3, 2 Darren Wasley (Gas Gas) 11, 3 Neil Wright (TRS) 14.

Youth Class A: 1 Harry Mugridge (Gas Gas) 31, 2 Ben Hodgson (TRS) 31, 3 Joshua Pearson (Vertigo) 36.

Youth Class B: 1 Callum Fowler (Beta) 16, 2 Josh McParland (Scorpa) 31, 3 Jacob Reeday (Beta) 33.

Easy course: Clubmen: 1 Jordan Fox (Beta) 5, 2 Shaun Lightfoot (Vertigo) 15, 3 Joe Snee (Beta) 44.

Over-40s: 1 Phillip Hammond (Sherco) 0, 2 Chris Laws (Vertigo) 6, 3 Glynn Boughton (TRS) 8.

Youth Class B: 1 Jack Vasey (Beta) 29, 2 Oliver Wright (Beta) 43, 3 Daniel Blackley (Oset) 136.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Harry Hemingway, of East Keswick, Ripon trial overall winner aged 15Harry Hemingway, of East Keswick, Ripon trial overall winner aged 15

Weekend Fixture List:

Saturday/Sunday: Scarborough D.M. C. Annual Two Day Trial, Low North Park, 11am start Sunday and 10.30am Sunday.

Sunday: Richmond Motor Club, Carlton Easy Trial, Townfoot, Farm, Carlton, 10.30 am.

Wetherby & D.M.C. Blades Trophy Trial, Bayliss Gap Farm, Pateley Bridge, 10.30 am.

Bradford D.M.C. Club trial, Lee Gate Farm, Starbottom Lane, Malham, 11am