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Leigh looks the Master; SPEEDWAY.

LEIGH Adams stretched his lead at the head of the International Masters Series in Australia to 23 points after winning stages seven and eight over the weekend.

The King's Lynn rider emerged triumphant in the finals at both the Western Auto Raceway in Bacchus Marsh, and at Borderline Speedway in Mount Gambier.

Coventry's Billy Hamill remains in second place after finishing fifth and third respectively, and Adams is refusing to write off the American's chances of winning the series. He said: "There are still five rounds to go and if I have one bad meeting Billy will be right there. I feel it could go down to the wire."

Adams now has 142 points, Hamill is on 119 and Todd Wiltshire is third on 111.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Author:Berry, Mike
Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Jan 17, 2000
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