NORTHWICH rider Pete Founds and his passenger Jevan Walmsley are on a roll, writes Ste McNorton.

After brilliant second and third place finishes at this year's Isle of Man TT, the pair were victorious when they visited Anglesey for round three of their domestic competition.

They now hold a comfortable lead in the British Sidecar Championship.

TF72 was treated to its usual 'TLC' after a demanding Isle of Man fortnight, and certainly did not show any less pace as the lads comfortably topped the Saturday morning practice session.

Founds had made some changes on the bike and they certainly worked as they took pole position by quite a substantial margin.

Race one was late in the afternoon, but before things got started a brief delay ensued due to an oil leak from one of the bikes, but when the lights went out it did not cause any concerns as TF72 blasted off the start and kept position in turn one.

They pulled about three seconds clear and with battles going on behind them, Founds and Walmsley really turned the screw and left the field for dead.

When they crossed the finish line they did so with a dominant win by 23 seconds and set a fastest lap in the process.

Sunday brought horrendous weather and the remainder of the event was called off.

After a couple of weeks break, the lads will head back to the Isle of Man to defend their Southern 100 title which they won in 2019 before the pandemic hit and has not been run since.