Last weekend saw the final round of the UK Truggy Pro Nationals take place at Clanfield near Portsmouth in the south of Britain. With the title still up for grabs between Xray driver Jon Hazlewood and Hobao racer Graham Alsop, the competition was fierce and non more so than in qualifying with the main contenders battling for the pole position along with Kyosho racer Elliot Boots and in the end it was a strong drive by Alsop that gave him the top qualifying position. In the finals it was a clean get away for the top 3 with the lead changing many times between them but at the end of the race it was Hazlewood that took the win from Boots in 2nd and Alsop in 3rd. This result meant that the title contenders were tied on points, and even previous results, meaning that a 15 minute dual would decide the identity of this years National Champion. Hazlewood got off the start line best and was never headed and despite Alsop putting in some really quick laps he couldnt catch the Xray driver and the title was decided in favour of Hazlewood.