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Yeah..Rutter was a bit unlucky and I thought he was going to catch the wee fella towards the end but Alastair just upped his pace.
I thought he'd lost his mojo..
after his success on the roads earlier in the season his performances seemed flat and his teamate looked stronger, but I'm glad he seems to have put it behind him.
It would be a great result for the Relentless team if both riders could get into the top six shoot out, they seem 200% committed to bike racing, whether it be on the roads or the short circuits.
Good luck for tomorrow.