Jared Tebo has taken an impressive 6th win at the Neo race today in the UK. While it was last year’s winner Ryan Cavalieri driving for Associated that took the top spot after qualifying it was the Kyosho racer that would start the 45 minute main from pole after winning his semi final. Starting up front Jared tried to build up an early lead by pushing very hard from the start. Surviving an early attack by a very fast starting Ryan Lutz, the Tekno driver’s race would however end very early with an engine bearing failure. This left Cavalieri back into 2nd to lead the charge on Tebo and it looked to be close as they swapped fastest laps, however by 2/3rds of the way through the race Cav had dropped back into he grasp of a fast charging Cody King as the pace from the leader up front was relentless. With 12 minutes to go King would make his way passed Cavalieri but Ryan got his head down and 2 minutes later made his way passed in a long pass that lasted several corners. Just as both were coming up to their final stop King would flame out leaving Elliott Boots up to 3rd which for a time would become temporarily 2nd as Cav took his final stop. With the final stops out of the way it was Tebo who would take the win, never slowing in his quest for a 6th win, a huge mental boost ahead of the Worlds in Vegas later this year. Cavalieri took the runner up spot some 16 seconds back and off the lead lap with Elliott Boots putting his Kyosho on the podium some 8 seconds further back. Cody King would end the race 4th with Davide Ongaro rounding out the top 5.