Tuesday October 18, 2011
FAST Freddie Lindgren picked up his fifth Banks’s Olympique title in an entertaining meeting at Wolverhampton on Tuesday.

Lindgren, boosted by his recall to the Grand Prix series for next year as a wildcard, dropped just one point in his five outings.

He was beaten by British champion Scott Nicholls in his third ride but went on to win his last two outings to take the title.

It’s his fifth win in the last six stagings of the showpiece event which pulled in a bumper crowd.

Nicholls had to settle for the silver medal and British GP star Chris Harris got the better of Parrys International Wolves star Ty Proctor in a run-off for third after both finished on 10.

RESULT: Freddie Lindgren (Wolverhampton) 14, Scott Nicholls (Swindon) 11, Chris Harris (Belle Vue) 10 After a run off, Ty Proctor (Wolverampton) 10.
Other scorers: Niels Kristian Iversen 9, Peter Karlsson 9, Nicolai Klindt 8, Ricky Wells 8, Ben Barker 8, Adam Skornicki 6, Ludvig Lindgren 6, Lukasz Sowka 6, Tyson Nelson 4, Ryan Fisher 3, Mikkel Salmonsen 2, Ashley Morris 2, Reserve: Austin Novratil 2.

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