Rising star Ogden of Barnsley-based Moto3 Wilson Racing team takes chequered flag at Brands Hatch

In the track photo number 23 is Osian Jones and number 19 is Scott Ogden race winner.
In the track photo number 23 is Osian Jones and number 19 is Scott Ogden race winner.

Moto3 Wilson Racing took victory at round four of the Hel Performance British Motostar standard class championship.

The Barnsley-based team were racing at Brands Hatch in Kent and welcomed back 2017 championship winner Max Cook for a wildcard entry.

Scott Ogden is in the middle. On the left is Thomas Strudwick and on the right Victor Rodriguez.

Scott Ogden is in the middle. On the left is Thomas Strudwick and on the right Victor Rodriguez.

Scott Ogden took a win on the Saturday whilst reigning champion Cook stood on the podium on Sunday.

Fielding six riders at the event it was 14-year-old Ogden that took the win in the first race and his first ever Moto3 victory in his first full season.

At one stage Ogden had been more than three seconds behind the race leaders but put in a fantastic second half of the race to close up on the front-runners.

Max Cook was in the leading group and looked on for a podium position but on lap nine a rider fell and Cook was unable to avoid his bike in the track, although he crashed out he was uninjured.

In the chaos that then surrounded the five leading standard class bikes, Scott Ogden went on to take race victory by 0.055 seconds.

Just behind the leading group Charlie Atkins came home in a safe sixth place. Jack Hart and Jake Clark finished 11th and 12th.

Rookie Osian Jones crossed the line 19th, beating his qualifying lap time by almost two seconds.

In race two on the Sunday Ogden lined up second in the class after his best lap time fell just 0.016 seconds from the fastest rider.

Max Cook started sixth but was quickly at the sharp end running in the leading group of three riders at the end of the first lap.

Ogden was fourth about half a second further back. Cook was involved in 14 laps of constantly changing positions before adding to Wilson Racing’s podium tally with a third place.

Coming home in a fourth to follow up his race one victory was Scott Ogden.

Charlie Atkins finished the second race in seventh.

Jack Hart was involved in a battle with six riders.

He led them home taking 12th place at the flag.

Jake Clark finished just outside the points in 16th place.

Osian Jones cut another half a second off his lap time as he continues to learn aboard his Honda Moto3 machine.