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ISSUE 096 JULY 2014


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FERRARICOMPETITIONRESULTS BETTER LATE THAN NEVER We are very conscious that the publication of this edition of CompRes is drastically late. We cling to the belief in the saying ‘better late than never’ and we shall do our best to catch up after what has proved to be an exceptionally busy few months. We really don’t want to be referred to as the History Boys!

AMOC INTERMARQUE We send our congratulations to everyone who contributed to the Ferrari team’s tremendous Tim Mogridge, the 2014 Intermarque champion, hard at work at the wheel of his victorious F355 Challenge car. Well done! success in winning the 2014 Aston Martin Owners Club team’s success in the 2014 circuits (Spa, Zandvoort, Intermarque Championship. We Intermarque event in the next Silverstone GP, etc) the level of also applaud Tim Mogridge on issue of CompRes. support has been very becoming the individual 2014 disappointing. At some race champion. meetings it has proved to be PIRELLI FERRARI OPEN The Ferrari team went into completely unviable financially. the final round of the As many of you will know, Having considered the championship at Snetterton with this season many of the PFO situation very carefully the Club a points deficit to the strong grids have suffered from a low has decided to rest the PFO series Porsche team. However, a level of entries. Despite in 2015. However, it is hoped brilliant effort turned things introducing a number of that, subject to sufficient support around and our team finished in initiatives such as longer duration from competitors, it may be front by the slender margin of 7 races, giving the opportunity for possible to include classes for points, scoring 579.90. 2-driver entries (which some PFO-style Ferraris at some In the individual competitors told us they would appropriate circuits next season, championship, Tim, driving his like) and continuing to organise to run alongside our Pirelli Ferrari F355 Challenge car, finished events at the most prestigious formula classic cars. ahead of the Porsche runner Reflecting on the -up by just 1.5 points, history of PFO, the final race WHAT’S ON scoring a total of 181.5. of the 2014 season was the We offer our 100th round of the Series, OCTOBER 12 Curborough Sprint (1 lap) commiserations to Wayne which was launched in Marrs, also F355 mounted, 2006. During this time it is who was so close to NOVEMBER 1 FOC Pirelli Ferrari Hillclimb interesting that exactly 100 repeating his previous Championship End of Season different drivers have taken championship victory but Dinner: Moore Place, Aspley part. Guise. had the misfortune to score We are very aware a DNF in this ultimate that competition is the 22 FOC Racers End of Season round. lifeblood of the Ferrari Presentation Dinner: We hope to publish an Owners’ Club. No other Ardencote Manor Hotel, account of the Ferrari Ferrari club in the world has Claverdon, Warwickshire.

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our illustrious history of racing and speed hillclimbing. If, in the future, we could be assured of viable support from members, the revival of the Open series would be given positive consideration.

HELMETS Competitors are reminded that MSA approval to helmets conforming to SNELL SA2000 is to be withdrawn from 31st December 2014. The standard SA2005 will continue to be acceptable until the end of 2018. Drivers still using the SA2000 standard helmet have no option but to dig deep and replace it for next season, I’m afraid. The longest dated one currently available is the SNELL SA2010.

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David Ha thaway Steve Rou tledge 3 Yvonne P reston Jacques D uyver 4 Luca Mat teo Cappu ccini 5 John Aver y 8 Terry Cole man 11 Jam ie Champ kin 16 Jan Gijzen 18 Jim Cartwrigh t 23 Pau l Griffin 27 Win ifred Bott Jenny Jac kson 28 Har ry Stott W innard


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The MG Car Club were our hosts for the race meeting at Silverstone on the weekend of 21/22 June writes JOHN SWIFT. The circuit in use was the long Historic GP layout (3.639 miles) which is identical to the GP track except for the variation at Vale. This amendment eases the change in direction and makes for a faster approach to the entry to the Wing stadium at Club. Some drivers prefer it, others like the GP layout. For me, I think it suits the older Ferraris better since they are not as ‘flickable’ as their younger brethren. In an effort to make this very expensive outing viable, the Classic and Open series were combined. The plot was a 20minute qualifier on Saturday morning followed by two 25minute races, one on Saturday afternoon the second on Sunday. The grid for Sunday’s race would be based on the second fastest qualifying time. There was a decent turnout of Classic cars: 17 Ferraris with a mix of classes of 5 Gp4, 5 Gp3, 6 Gp2 and a lone Gp1. By comparison, the head count of Open cars was a disaster. Just five cars reported for duty: 3 Class C4 (one of which was the shared 458 of Bernard and Marcus Hogarth) and a couple of

Class C2 360 Challenge cars. This dismal support for a potentially high-level meeting baffled your reporter. All the elements were in place: Silverstone GP is probably the highest profile track in the country, the date was just a couple of weeks before the British GP at the same circuit, in deference to the aspirations of the Open drivers the race durations were increased to 25 minutes, the weather forecast was good . . . what was not to like? Clearly a new crystal ball will have to be used in the future to second-guess what so-called

Ferrari racers want! Qualifying began at around 10.30 on Saturday with bright skies and a track in good order. There were a number of problems for some drivers. We noted that Peter Everingham had spins in his Gp3 328 on early successive laps, the culprit seeming to be a loss of fluid. Ray Ferguson’s Mondial was in trouble with excessive water temperatures although adjustment of the radiator bleed screw effected some improvement. Your scribe’s 308GTB was distinctly off colour, seemingly suffering from the same problem that had occurred

Double winner. Arwyn Williams, driving his prodigiously quick 458 GT3, was the victor in both Open races.

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From top: Paul Griffin (308GTB) and Myles Poulton (328GTB) had close battles in both races. Tim Walker was uncatchable in Race 1 but his Gp3 328GTB succumbed to crankshaft oil seal problems in Race 2. There were the closest of struggles each day between Darren Wilson and Peter Everingham in their Gp3 Ferraris. Pete Fisk has an interesting spin in his 328GTB but then presses on regardless.

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in Holland a fortnight previously. The engine was seriously down on power and the car sounded awful. The steering on Paul Ugo’s 360 appeared to be in need of attention and his lap times suffered in consequence. Things were more serious for Pete Fisk, whose 328GTB was recovered by a truck after the car’s water pump seized causing the drive belt to disintegrate. The timesheets showed that Arwyn Williams was the fastest man in a Ferrari. His pole position time in his 458 GT3 was 2:08.488, about 1.5 seconds quicker than Marcus Hogarth and Wayne Marrs in their 458 Challenge cars. Leading the Classic brigade was Gary Culver (2:29.378) from Jim Cartwright in their Gp4 328GTBs. A very fast time (2:32.553) by Tim Walker put him ahead in Gp3 while Chris Goddard wasn’t far behind (2:32.795) in his rapid 308GTB to lead the Gp2 cars. Saturday’s 25-minute race got underway at 3.40pm in continuing good conditions. Marcus Hogarth took the lead from the lights with Marrs in valiant pursuit, although clearly some adjustment to the car’s setup carried out by the experienced Nigel Greensall was not to his liking. In third overall was pole man Williams, who had a ‘moment’ on the opening lap and lost the initiative. Leading the Classics was Culver from PaulBarron, Goddard and Walker with a miserable Swift right at the back in his now desperately sick ‘OBT’. Casualties at this early stage were Ferguson, whose Mondial’s power steering pump failed, and Pulleyn, who had failed to make the start due to an electrical master switch problem (how many times have we experienced dickey master switches I wonder – it must be dozens!). Williams, lapping two or three seconds quicker, took second place away from Marrs on lap 4 and, with a couple of scintillating laps, went by Hogarth to take the lead on lap 8.


By this time all the Classic field, still led by Culver, had been lapped by the Open runners. Jim Cartwright was up to third and lapping at about the same pace as second man NPB. Goddard spun on lap 6 and thereafter his attack was blunted with a misfire. Another spinner was Fisk during his battle with the Gp2 car of Richard Moseley. There was another interesting skirmish featuring Poulton and Fenny. Poulton lost out to Fenny at Stowe corner, recovered his position shortly afterwards, but then lost out when being distracted by lapping Open cars. At the flag, Williams took the Open win by just 2 seconds from the slower 458/Ch of Hogarth while Culver cruised home some 7 seconds in front of Paul-Barron, with Jim Cartwright just a couple of car’s lengths behind in third after spoiling his chances with a spin. Class winners were Tim Walker (Gp3), Chris Goddard (Gp2) and Carl Burgar, the sole Gp1 driver. The fastest Open lap was set by Arwyn Williams in 2:07.982 while Gary Culver was the fastest Classic driver in 2:29.282. This huge disparity in times is the reason, if one were needed, why we only combine our two series when we have a big enough circuit. The lovely Chantelle from Pirelli hospitality presented the prizes in the Ferrari garages, with all the class winners getting a bottle of Champagne as well as their trophy. Sunday was again a fine day, with excellent track conditions. Swift withdrew his 308GTB pending some investigatory work on its engine’s disability but otherwise the field was as the previous day, with some minor adjustments to the grid pattern after taking the second fastest qualifying times into account. Bernard Hogarth had taken over the shared 458 but was back in row 5 after a catastrophic qualifier. When the lights went out Arwyn Williams, making no errors this time, simply surged into an

Top to bottom: Marcus Hogarth had the family 458 Challenge on fast freeze and was the runner-up in Race 1 by just a couple of seconds. Nicky Paul-Barron had a great weekend, notching up two second places. Paul Ugo excelled in his 360 Challenge with two class wins. Peter Moseley (308GTB) is chased hard by Ray Ferguson in his Mondial t.

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Winners All. Left to right: Gary Culver scored famous Classic overall victories on both days. Darren Wilson drove exceptionally well and was rewarded with a Gp3 win in race 2. Paul Ugo was the winner of the handsome Prestige Estates Open Driver of the Meeting chalice.

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Culver and Cartwright. Jim took the lead on lap 3, Gary snatched it back on lap 4. On lap 5 they screamed round together. If they had been driving Mercedes F1 cars they would have generated newspaper headlines for days. The eagle eyed race officials glued to their monitors in Mission Control spotted that Culver had seemingly exceeded the track limits and issued a 5 second time penalty. Sadly, this hand-to-hand stuff at the front came to an end on lap 8 when Jim Carty retired, leaving Culver to continue unassailed. Meanwhile NPB had managed to overcome the brave Gp3 leader, Walker, to take second position. Nick Cartwright, in his deliciously noisy 328 was leading the close bunch of Darren Wilson, Everingham and Goddard. Meanwhile, Paul Griffin in his immaculate fibreglass 308 was doing well but clearly the car’s engine had sprung an oil leak. This wasn’t helping track conditions and both Wilson and Evers had lurid spins at Copse on the Griffin slippery lubricant. Tim Walker’s race ended at about this time with a failed crankshaft oil seal which allowed Wilson to take over the Gp3 baton from Evers. At the end, Gary Culver’s clutch lasted out to give him his second victory of the weekend, running out an easy winner from

Nicky Paul-Barron and Nick Cartwright (with his water temperature off the dial). Darren Wilson took Gp3 honours and Chris Goddard was the Gp2 winner. Carl Burgar brought his Mondial QV home in Gp1. In Open, Arwyn Williams took his second winner’s trophy of the weekend, and Paul Ugo achieved his goal by beating John Shirley by the width of a thinbase pizza to win Class C2. Photo: Viv Paul-Barron

unchallenged lead. Marrs settled into second spot, a couple of seconds a lap slower than the blistering pace of the 458 GT3. Ugo, who had started way back on the grid, made great efforts to get back in contention, with Shirley’s similar 360 Challenge car his target. Pulleyn’s weekend of woes continued when his 328’s alternator ceased to provide any juice. The opening laps were further enlivened when Fenny’s GT4’s throttles stuck open. He drove off the racing line to avoid the barriers but Ferguson, in close pursuit, strangely followed him and, in his efforts to get back on track, collided with an innocent Fisk. Ferguson and Fisk continued with their slightly disfigured Ferraris but Fenny’s race was at an end. Despite the fear of possible clutch slip Gary Culver again took charge of Classic. His fears were compounded by Jim Cartwright, determinedly glued to his nether quarters. Third at this stage was the electrifying Tim Walker, who was revelling in the wide open spaces of the Silverstone GP circuit. Although Ugo’s progress in catching Shirley was the feature of the Open section of the race, most of the interest was now about Classic. The scrap at the front conjured up thoughts of alley cats and fighting cocks, and there was little to choose between the two protagonists,

Size matters. Evers is clearly pleased with his trophy.

At the prizegiving, Gary Culver was the winner of the RnR Classic Driver of the Meeting while Paul Ugo took home the Prestige Estates Open Driver of the Meeting.


ROUNDS 5 & 6 ROUND 5 SILVERSTONE HISTORIC GP 21st June 2014 Pos

No

Tipo

Class

Laps

Time

Best Lap

Qualify

Pos

1

34

Gary Culver

Driver

328GTB

4

9

22:42.222

2:29.282

2:29.378

1

2

17

Nicky Paul-Barron

328GTB

4

9

22:49.643

2:29.743

2:31.110

3

3

69

Jim Cartwright

328GTB

4

9

22:50.383

2:29.523

2:30.821

2

4

71

Tim Walker

328GTB

3

9

23:09.843

2:31.566

2:32.553

4

5

10

Darren Wilson

328GTB

3

9

23:21.670

2:34.060

2:33.784

6

6

12

Peter Everingham

328GTB

3

9

23:30.054

2:34.526

2:35.400

7

7

3

Nick Cartwright

328GTB

4

9

23:34.957

2:31.736

2:36.469

8

8

44

Chris Goddard

308GTB

2

9

23:48.615

2:32.085

2:32.795

5

9

30

Peter Fisk

328GTB

3

9

24:03.439

2:37.901

2:41.328

12

10

16

Richard Moseley

308GTB

2

9

24:04.846

2: 37.901

2:38.957

11

11

19

Paul Griffin

308GTB

2

9

24:27.793

2: 40.809

2:37.973

10

12

25

Richard Fenny

308Gt4

2

8

22:09.974

2: 43.063

2:43.147

13

13

28

Myles Poulton

328GTB

3

8

22:14.522

2: 43.193

2:45.713

15

14

11

John Swift

308GTB

2

8

23:04.156

2: 50.692

2:51.909

16

24:00.663

2: 57.577

15

56

Carl Burgar

Mondial QV

1

8

2:57.459

17

DNF

7

Ray Ferguson

Mondial t

4

0

2:43.828

14

DNF

15

Robert Pulleyn

328GTB

3

0

2:37.378

9

Class Winners

Fastest Laps:

Gary Culver

Gp4

2:29.282 87.76 mph Lap record

Gp4 Gp3

Gary Culver Tim Walker

Tim Walker Chris Goddard

Gp3 Gp2

2:31.566 86.44 mph Lap record 2:32.085 86.14 mph Lap record

Gp2

Chris Goddard

Carl Burgar

Gp1

2:57.577 73.77 mph

Gp1

Carl Burgar

ROUND 6 SILVERSTONE HISTORIC GP 22nd June 2014 Pos

No

1

34

2

17

3

Driver

Tipo

Class

Laps

Time

Best Lap

Qualify

Pos

Gary Culver

328GTB

4

11

27:37.416

2:28.715

2:29.760

1

Nicky Paul-Barron

328GTB

4

11

27:50.447

2:29.497

2:33.108

5

3

Nick Cartwright

328GTB

4

11

28:16.291

2:31.318

2:36.783

8

4

10

Darren Wilson

328GTB

3

11

28:37.192

2:32.614

2:33.999

6

5

12

Peter Everingham

328GTB

3

11

28:38.408

2:32.626

2:35.663

7

6

44

Chris Goddard

308GTB

2

11

28:39.044

2:33.745

2:32.939

4

7

30

Peter Fisk

328GTB

3

11

29:23.306

2:36.409

2:54.295

15

8

19

Paul Griffin

308GTB

2

11

30:02.379

2:34.757

2:38.143

10

9

28

Myles Poulton

328GTB

3

10

27:22.383

2:39.351

2:46.174

13

10

7

Ray Ferguson

Mondial t

4

10

27:59.833

2:43.130

2:44.833

12

11

46

Peter Moseley

12

56

Carl Burgar

DNF

69

DNF DNF

308GTB

2

10

28:32.175

2:46.601

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17

Mondial QV

1

9

28:47.206

2:52.617

2:57.818

16

Jim Cartwright

328GTB

4

8

20:44.490

2:29.125

2:32.409

2

71

Tim Walker

328GTB

3

8

21:26.038

2:32.082

2:32.785

3

15

Robert Pulleyn

328GTB

3

1

2:51.644

2:37.521

9

DNF

25

Richard Fenny

308Gt4

2

1

2:13.153

2:43.603

11

NS

11

John Swift

308GTB

2

2:52.682

14

Class Winners Gp4 Gp3

Gary Culver Darren Wilson

Gp2

Chris Goddard

Gp1

Carl Burgar

Fastest Laps:

Gary Culver Tim Walker

Gp4 Gp3

2:28.715 88.09 mph Lap record 2:32.082 86.14 mph

Chris Goddard

Gp2

2:33.745 85.21 mph

Carl Burgar

Gp1

2:52.617 75.88 mph

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ROUNDS 5 & 6 ROUND 5 SILVERSTONE HISTORIC GP 21st June 2014 Pos

No

1

6

2

Tipo

Class

Laps

Time

Best Lap

Qualify

Pos

Arwyn Williams

458 GT3

C4

10

21:52.057

2:07.982

2:08.488

1

33

Marcus Hogarth

458/Ch

C4

10

21:54.330

2:10.019

2:10.021

2

3

60

Wayne Marrs

458/Ch

C4

10

22:18.219

2:19.401

2:10.093

3

4

59

Paul Ugo

360/Ch

C2

10

23:58.382

2:21.396

2:34.460

5

5

9

John Shirley

360/Ch

C2

10

23:58.813

2:20.670

2:23.171

4

C4 C2

Driver

Class Winners Arwyn Williams Paul Ugo

Fastest Laps:

Arwyn Williams John Shirley

C4 C2

2:07.982 102.37 mph Lap record 2:20.570 93.20 mph Lap record

ROUND 6 SILVERSTONE HISTORIC GP 22nd June 2014 Pos

No

Driver

Tipo

Class

Laps

Time

Best Lap

Qualify

Pos

1

6

Arwyn Williams

458 GT3

C4

12

26:41.915

2:09.833

2:10.164

1

2

60

Wayne Marrs

458/Ch

C4

12

26:57.758

2:12.557

2:10.702

2

3

33

Bernard Hogarth

458/Ch

C4

12

29:29.744

2:22.504

2:35.485

4

4

59

Paul Ugo

360/Ch

C2

11

26:43.756

2:22.546

2:43.688

5

5

9

John Shirley

360/Ch

C2

11

28:12.638

2:24.115

2:23.772

3

Class Winners C4 Arwyn Williams C2 Paul Ugo

Fastest Laps:

Arwyn Williams Paul Ugo

C4 C2

2:09.833 100.91 mph 2:22.546 91.91 mph

TAILPIECE: “Don’t you feel, some days, you can have too much of a good thing?” RnR’s Richard Dougal at Silverstone

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PIRELLI FERRARI HILLCLIMB CHAMPIONSHIP: ROUNDs 9 & 10 LOTON PARK 12th/13th JULY 2014

E APOLOGISE (writes JOHN SWIFT) for the fact that once again we have no detailed report to include with the results for a hillclimb event, in this case the double header at Loton Park on the weekend of 13th/14th July. Suffice to say that Richard Prior excelled by posting the winning outright times on both days and, just as importantly, harvesting the maximum 40 Championship points for his impressive efforts. Local driver Phil Whitehead and Richard Preece vied with each other for the runner-up position, each

gaining a second and third place during the weekend. Nick Taylor’s 430 was uncharacteristically off colour which blunted his usual competitive performance while Shaun Smith and Mike Spicer set about each other like fighting cocks to see who could be the fastest 328GTB driver (in the end it turned out to be Mike). Jon Goodwin graced the scene with his gorgeous 250GT recreation, and the aforesaid Shaun Smith and Peter Hitchman were the day’s winners of the Club handicap awards. We enjoyed a splendid barbeque in the paddock on each day and, on Saturday evening at the nearby Albrighton Hall Hotel,

gathered together for an excellent Ferrari Dinner organised by Jon Goodwin. Having apologised for the absence of adequate text to accompany the results of these rounds of the 2014 Hillclimb Championship, we are compensating by publishing photographs of every competing Ferrari at Loton Park. These were all taken by the talented young photographer Joshua Cornes, who is still at school. Ours was his first ever professional commission and we wish him well in his chosen career.

Round 9: Saturday 12th July 2014 Driver

Tipo

Pract 1

Pract H/Cap Run 1 Run 2 H/C 2 posn

64ft

Splits/speed

PEP %

PEP time

Pts

Richard Prior

F355

62.55

61.93

60.26

61.65

61.33

8

2.43

23.75/42.92/76

1.0

61.94

20

Richard Preece

F355

63.80

63.65

63.00

63.16

62.17

2

2.50

24.62/44.24/79

0.0

62.17

17

Philip Whitehead

F355

64.17

63.01

62.42

63.17

62.38

5

2.45

24.39/44.07/77

0.0

62.38

15

Nick Taylor

430 Coupe

65.92

65.40

59.21

64.70

64.22

15

2.63

25.06/45.09/75

3.0

66.25

8

Mike Spicer

328GTB

65.55

64.12

63.42

64.50

66.72

9

2.25

25.19/45.17/74

-3.0

62.57

13

Shaun Smith

328GTB

66.29

66.74

66.00

64.89

65.35

1

2.44

25.69/45.94/71

-3.0

62.94

12

F355

66.74

66.60

65.00

65.95

67.43

6

2.53

26.08/46.49/68

0.0

65.95

9

250GT Rec

67.67

66.34

65.00

66.03

67.96

7

2.78

26.13/46.85/69

-3.5

63.72

11

308GTB

70.23

68.16

67.93

67.19

66.83

3

2.57

26.21/47.29/71

-4.5

63.82

10

F355

70.17

69.12

65.68

68.46

68.30

10

2.89

27.82/49.16/70

0.0

68.30

4

Lorraine Hitchman

328GTS

90.72

72.08

70.04

71.57

69.72

4

2.62

27.78/49.43/64

-3.0

67.63

7

Tony Attwood

308GT4

73.94

72.07

68.00

70.85

79.30

12

2.83

27.49/49.53/70

-4.5

67.66

6

Peter Rogerson

360 Mod

71.54

73.23

68.41

71.61

71.16

11

2.50

28.42/51.06/63

1.0

71.87

2

Mark Hargreaves

308GT4

73.91

72.80

68.00

71.31

71.60

13

2.49

27.68/50.15/65

-4.5

68.10

5

Iwan Attwood

308GT4

75.93

74.68

69.00

75.09

75.16

16

2.51

28.46/51.91/66

-4.5

71.71

3

Peter Hitchman

360 Mod

82.60

78.59

72.00

77.38

75.90

14

2.81

30.48/54.73/55

1.0

76.66

1

John Swift Jon Goodwin Jack Hargreaves Chris Hitchman

Splits at Triangle and Cedar for fastest climb

H&DLCC Class Awards: FOC Handicap Awards:

1st Richard Prior 1st Shaun Smith

2nd Richard Preece 3rd Philip Whitehead 2nd Jack Hargreaves CompRes 9


Round 10: Sunday 13th July 2014 Driver

Tipo

Pract 1

Pract H/Cap Run 1 Run 2 H/C 2 posn

64ft

Splits/speed

PEP %

PEP time

Pts

Richard Prior

F355

63.00

61.10

60.26

62.35

60.78

9

2.61

23.65/42.82/79

1.0

61.39

20

Philip Whitehead

F355

63.28

65.60

62.38

63.66

64.66

11

2.64

24.58/44.75/73

0.0

63.66

12

Richard Preece

F355

64.93

Fail

62.17

63.77

63.72

12

2.47

24.82/45.31/76

0.0

63.72

11

430 Coupe

65.19

64.50

59.21

63.73

64.71

15

2.78

25.13/44.96/80

3.0

65.64

7

Shaun Smith

328GTB

68.73

64.88

64.25

64.47

63.96

4

2.52

25.15/45.34/77

-3.0

62.04

17

Mike Spicer

328GTB

65.16

63.14

62.75

64.88

Fail

14

2.46

25.44/45.81/70

-3.0

62.93

13

F355

67.30

65.54

65.00

65.11

65.08

6

2.65

25.49/45.46/74

0.0

65.08

9

308GTB

69.58

67.14

66.50

65.83

68.38

3

2.54

25.82/45.49/74

-4.5

62.87

15

F355

69.95

67.45

65.68

67.04

66.14

8

2.85

26.55/47.26/74

0.0

66.14

6

250GT Rec

66.75

65.88

65.00

66.16

66.90

10

2.61

25.02/46.68/72

-3.5

63.84

10

Lorraine Hitchman

328GTS

69.44

69.33

69.00

69.14

67.47

2

2.77

26.90/47.53/73

-3.0

65.45

8

Mark Hargreaves

308GT4

71.48

70.52

69.50

70.01

69.66

7

2.54

27.54/49.51/71

-4.5

66.53

5

Iwan Attwood

308GT4

78.66

73.26

71.50

73.01

71.29

5

2.71

27.79/50.34/65

-4.5

68.08

4

Peter Hitchman

360 Mod

77.33

76.11

75.90

76.90

72.46

1

2.85

26.57/52.23/57

1.0

73.18

2

Tony Attwood

308GT4

75.03

72.04

70.85

72.79

74.69

13

2.72

28.21/50.25/69

-4.5

69.51

3

Nick Taylor

John Swift Jack Hargreaves Chris Hitchman Jon Goodwin

Splits at Triangle and Cedar for fastest climb

H&DLCC Class Awards: FOC Handicap Awards:

1st Richard Prior 2nd Philip Whitehead 3rd Richard Preece 1st Peter Hitchman 2nd Lorraine Hitchman

CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS after Round 10 (provisional)

Richard Prior

135

Richard Allen

47

Shaun Smith

116

Wendy Ann Marshall

42

Mike Spicer

94

Mark Hargreaves

40

Richard Preece

92

Peter Rogerson

30

Philip Whitehead

81

Chris Hitchman

30

Jack Hargreaves

77

Tony Attwood

19

John Swift

57

Lorraine Hitchman

15

Nick Taylor

55

Iwan Attwood

15

Pauline Goodwin

Competitors indicated in blue are eligible for the Classic Cup.

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55 (31) Peter Hitchman

14

Mark Wibberley

54

David Snelson

13

John Marshall

52

Jeff Cooper

11

Brian Jackson

51

Caroline Cooper

9

Jon Goodwin

47 (30)


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UR SOJOURN to SpaFrancorchamps this year was of a similar pattern to previous expeditions to this sublime circuit, except this time the weather prophets were all agreed that the weekend would not only be hot but probably rain-free as well. Most of us took advantage of the block-booking, at the usual demon price, we had made at the excellent Hotel de la Source, located almost at the entrance to the circuit. As usual, the races were for a combination of cars from our two Series. This was made up from 16 Classic Ferraris together with 9 cars from Pirelli Ferrari Open (including one guest). A grid of 25 cars is just about adequate for Spa but nothing to write home about. A word about the entries. In Classic, Burgo Wharton was making his first appearance of the season and commendably had driven his 328GTB all the way on the road from his home.

The Moseleys, father and son, were sharing the 308GTB that hitherto Richard has used exclusively. Another shared car, the 328GTB previously owned by Chris Butler, was to be driven by its new owner, Rob Pulleyn, in Race 1 with Chris (who can’t resist Spa) taking over for R2. David Tomlin was making a rare appearance with his breathtakingly fast 308GTB. Unusually, Nick Cartwright was

the works driver from the Ferrari specialist’s emporium, with Jim Carty donning mechanics overalls for the weekend. In Open, the Hogarth 458 Challenge car, prepared by Adrian Snook from Ebor GT, was again being shared by son Marcus (Race 1) and father Bernard (R2). Wayne Marrs was a last-minute entry with his exGeoffrey Finlay 458. It was John Shirley’s turn to drive the family

Florian Geissler in his beautifully tuned out 308GTB Group 4 car was occasionally quick but spent most of the weekend in a cloud of steam.

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Marcus Hogarth, seen here leading, and Wayne Marrs had an heroic struggle in Saturday’s race in their 458 Challenge cars with the honours finally going to the Yorkshireman by just 4 seconds

360/Ch while Graham Reeder was going solo for a change in his 430 GT3. A little band of F355 Challenge drivers, four in all, promised some close racing while the invitation car (from another decade) was the beautifully turned out 308GTB Gp4 driven by the German, Florian Geissler. The first 20-minute qualifying session got underway mid-morning on the Friday, with the sun beating down and track conditions near perfect. Shirley was soon in trouble with the familiar transmission problems that have afflicted his 360 this season. Some of the troubles were found to be due to having the gearbox mode set at ‘snow’ – hardly what you want at a sun drenched Spa. Also having transmission difficulties was Richard Fenny, his Gp2 308GT4 stripping its intermediate drop gear. Peter Everingham’s 328GTB was problematical, Evers reportedly only able to select two forward gears from its normal array of five. The guest 308 was proving temperamental, with steam issuing from its engine compartment. It was undoubtedly quick for a lap or two before overheating sapped the power. Vance Kearney’s F355 visited the pits and proved

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difficult to get started again. Meanwhile Nick Cartwright decided that his hilariously noisy 328GTB might be just too overthe-top for the noise judges and sensibly fitted a more normal silencing system. The Q1 results sheet showed that Marrs (2:36.504) had claimed pole by a healthy 3 seconds from Marcus Hogarth, with the experienced Reeder taking the 430 GT3 round in 2:43.322. Tim Mogridge was the quickest of the 355 drivers in 3:00.099 although his time was bettered by the fastest Gp4 cars

from the Classic series: Culver at 2:58.188 and Paul-Barron a second and a half slower. Tomlin was unsurprisingly the quickest Gp2 pilot while Peter Fisk led the Gp3 brigade. Geissler abandoned his 308 in the pitlane half-way through the session. The Ferraris were out again at just after 1 o’clock for their second qualifying session. Evers, having spent most of the time between sessions underneath his car, was late to join but still appeared to lack a full complement of selectable ratios.

Vance Kearney had to break the Trofeo class lap record in order to beat Tim Mogridge. Their F355s finished just a length apart.


From top: Pete Fisk was the Gp3 winner in a nail-biting finish in Race 1; The shapely derrière of Didier Benaroya’s Mondial t cabriolet. He was a non-starter in Saturday’s race when the Ferrari’s fuel tank sprung a leak; In Sunday’s race, Chris Butler, “with a broad grin permanently across his balaclavaed features” was in demon form to come home ahead of all his Gp3 rivals.

Our German guest again had a worrying cloud of steam and his preparers were baffled by the problem. Also overheating was the 308 of Chris Goddard: the engine’s water pump seized, the drive belt snapped, and temperatures went off the clock. There was consternation in the Pulleyn/Butler camp when it was discovered that their tyre pressure gauge was giving wildly erroneous readings – Pirelli’s Shaun Marriott came to their rescue with an accurate replacement. The times showed that Reeder had closed the gap to Marrs and the two front row claimants were now only a second apart. Kearney’s F355 seemed to be running as it should and he was now the quickest of the 355 squad. In PFfc, Culver was still the fastest although Tomlin carved over 3 seconds off his Q1 time to get very close. Another driver to improve significantly as he learned the track was Darren Wilson. He chopped a massive 5 seconds off his previous to close up to Fisk. However, perhaps the most impressive was Butler’s time of 3:01.825 to lead the Gp3 cars. Swift was still trailing his French rival Didier Benaroya but ahead of Peter Moseley’s 328. Sadly Fenny’s GT4 remained in the paddock awaiting new transmission parts being delivered from the UK. On Friday evening some 55 Ferraristi gathered in the foyer of the Hotel de la Source to enjoy canapés and Prosecco prior to moving into the restaurant to tackle an excellent Ferrari Dinner. I always feel that having an enjoyable meal together makes these overseas trips extra special. The following morning we were on parade at the circuit for the first of our 8 lap races. A non -starter was Benaroya whose Mondial’s fuel tank had sprung a leak. His preparers, Reeder Bros, applied sealant but, because it takes time to cure, it was deemed unsafe to let Didier take

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part. Fenny was back in business courtesy of the generosity of Chris Goddard, who fortuitously was carrying a set of 308 drop gears in his van. Chris’s van is like an Aladdin’s cave and he seems to stock more Ferrari parts than most dealers. With the huge thermometer on the old pits building registering 31°C, at precisely 11 o’clock the field was released after its rolling start and Marcus Hogarth made a brilliant launch to take the lead into La Source hairpin. Squabbling over 2nd were Marrs and Reeder with Shirley (now in ‘race’ mode) in 4th. Then came Culver with Tomlin attached to his boot lid. With its problem still unsolved, Geissler brought his steaming 308GTB into the pit lane after just two laps to retire. Also in trouble was Chris Goddard, his 308’s water pump again being the culprit. Although it was clear that Marrs had the quicker car, it wasn’t until half distance that Hogarth relinquished his lead, and then for only two laps. Even then it was a needle match and the two cars batted around the formidable Spa circuit in very close formation indeed, with Hogarth slipping ahead again on lap 6. Reeder, some 3 seconds a lap slower, gradually lost touch but was in an unchallenged 3rd place overall. Most of the excitement was now focussed on the monumental battle taking place between Culver and Tomlin for the lead in the Classic section. For 2 laps it was Gary in the van but then, on lap 3, David inched his Gulf Oilliveried 308 ahead. Both were lapping around the 2:56 mark – about the same pace as the best of the F355 Challenge cars (Vance Kearney’s). Further back, NPB was having a great dice with Nigel Jenkins and Nick Carty, while Fisk and Wilson were engaging in a wonderful hand-to-hand struggle for Gp3 supremacy. Also swapping places all around the circuit were Swift and Pulleyn, the bigger engine 328 finally asserting its advantage.

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From top: Chris Compton Goddard had so many problems early on with his Gp2 308GTB that lesser men would have thrown in the towel. He stuck at it and was rewarded with a class victory in the final race; Graham Reeder (430GT3) took 3rd place in R1 but was involved in a first corner fracas in R2; John Shirley arrived at Spa with his 360 Challenge gearbox set in ‘snow’ mode. Once discovered he went on to claim 4th overall in both races.


From top: Nick Cartwright had a tremendous weekend with his Gp4 328GTB. He was on the podium steps for both races; Peter Everingham sorted out some transmission bothers to finish well up the order. Here he is at La Source in the company of Richard Fenny (308GT4) and Carl Burgar (Mondial QV); Nigel Jenkins was the Classic overall winner in R2. Here he is pursued by Nicky Paul-Barron, who finished in second spot.

At the end it was Marcus Hogarth who took the flag, winning PFO by the slender margin of around 4 seconds. It was closer in PFfc, where Gary Culver, having led David Tomlin for the last three laps, crossed the finish line with a lead of barely a second. What racing! Pete Fisk was the Gp3 winner by less than a couple of seconds from Darren Wilson, and Richard Moseley brought the family’s Gp2 308GTB home to 2nd place in his class behind the uncatchable Tomlin. Carl Burgar, despite a severe speed disadvantage on this fast track combined with gear selection bothers, finished valiantly in his Gp1 Mondial. Sunday was a little cooler (25°) but sunny. A few clouds scudded overhead and we wondered if it might rain (it didn’t). The timing for the second of our races was the same as for R1, giving plenty of time for competitors to reach their ferry port. Benaroya’s leaky fuel tank repair seemed to be successful and happily he was able to start. Not starting was Burgo Wharton, who had been summoned to return home. There were some driver changes. Bernard Hogarth took over yesterday’s race winning 458, the Moseley 308 was transferred to Peter M, and Chris Butler took the wheel of the Pulleyn Gp3 328GTB. The start was reasonable despite some unnecessary weaving up to the lights gantry. But then, as the leaders stormed into the first corner, at La Source, it all went seriously wrong. Marrs, who had already taken the lead, negotiated the hairpin safely but immediately behind Hogarth and Reeder collided. Reeder spun through 90°, Hogarth stopped with the broadside 430 blocking his path, and tragically Culver and Tomlin, who were right on the leaders’ tails, had nowhere to go. We have seen almost identical first lap accidents happen at La Source in F1, but it

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Darren Wilson (Gp3 328GTB) got faster with every lap of the unfamiliar track. He went home with a 2nd and a 3rd place trophy.

was a great shame that it had to happen in our Ferrari race. Reeder retired immediately, thinking his car was badly damaged. Happily it wasn’t; it was his rear O/S wheel that had taken all the impact. Hogarth continued after a slight delay, but the cars of Tomlin and Culver were too badly smashed to continue. From then on Wayne Marrs had only to cruise home to take the overall win. With Hogarth and Shirley secure in 2nd and 3rd spots, a nice battle developed in the Trofeo class between the F355s of Kearney and Tris Simpson. Initially the white car of Kearney was well ahead (Tris was given a 3 place penalty on the grid for a qualifying infringement) but bit by bit Simpson hunted him down. At the end it was as near to a dead

heat as it gets between these two. Tim Mogridge wasn’t far

Tris Simpson (F355) was the winner of the Prestige Estates trophy.

behind to take third in class. With the two fastest cars

‘Old Blue Thing’ gave your reporter an enjoyable time as always.

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stricken, the Classic contest was a three-way battle between Nigel Jenkins, Nicky Paul-Barron, and Nick Cartwright. Their lap times were very similar but it was Jenkins who came out on top by a margin of 5 seconds. Chris Butler, with a broad grin permanently across his balaclava-ed features, drove the Gp3 328 in masterful fashion to take the class win from the well matched trio of Fisk, Wilson and Everingham, the first two crossing the line almost together. With his 308GTB’s water works now behaving itself, Chris Goddard had a good race to win his class, with Swift just edging Peter Moseley for the Gp2 runner

-up position. The luckless Fenny retired on lap 5 when his GT4’s stub axle sheared as he went round Stavelot. At the awards ceremony shortly after the finish, Tris Simpson was presented with the Prestige Estates PFO Driver of the Meeting trophy for his electrifying drive in Race 2 while the still smiling Chris Butler was handed the RnR Classic Driver of the weekend award for his classwinning performance. Most of the drivers went home with happy memories of Spa 2014. I just hope that we can repeat all this high-speed fun next season.


ROUNDS 7 & 8 ROUND 7 SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS 19th July 2014 Pos 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 DNF NS

No 34 6 3 54 17 30 10 12 16 15 11 25 27 56 44 14

Driver Gary Culver David Tomlin Nick Cartwright Nigel Jenkins Nicky Paul-Barron Pete Fisk Darren Wilson Peter Everingham Richard Moseley Robert Pulleyn John Swift Richard Fenny Burgo Wharton Carl Burgar Chris Goddard Didier Benaroya

Class Winners Gp4 Gp3

Gary Culver Pete Fisk

Gp2

David Tomlin

Gp1

Carl Burgar

Tipo 328GTB 308GTB 328GTB 328GTB 328GTB 328GTB 328GTB 328GTB 308GTB 328GTB 308GTB 308GT4 328GTB Mondial QV 308GTB Mondial t Cabriolet Fastest Laps:

Class 4 2 4 4 4 3 3 3 2 3 2 2 3 1 2 3

Laps 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 2

Time 23:46.219 23:47.769 24:11.205 24:17.945 21:17.094 21:38.241 21:39.690 21:48.730 22:01.632 22:46.851 22:49.298 23:12.441 24:04.006 22:58.715 6:16.080

Best Lap 2:55.866 2:56.491 2:58.923 3:00.066 3:00.683 3:02.946 3:02.954 3:03.772 3:03.754 3:08.529 3:10.807 3:15.405 3:22.541 3:29.241 3:03.626

Qualify 2:58.180 3:01.092 3:01.600 3:03.261 2:59.857 3:04.230 3:10.010 3:05.962 3:05.680 3:08.018 3:13.042 3:17.620 3:36.798 3:38.262 3:04.751 3:12.631

Pos 1 3 4 5 2 6 11 9 8 10 13 14 15 16 7 12

Gary Culver

Gp4

2:55.866 143.37 km/h

David Tomlin Pete Fisk

Gp2 Gp3

2:56.491 142.86 km/h Lap record 3:02.946 137.82 km/h

Carl Burgar

Gp1

3:29.741 120.22 km/h

ROUND 8 SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS 20th July 2014 Pos 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

No 54 17 3 5 44 30 10 12 14

Driver Nigel Jenkins Nicky Paul-Barron Nick Cartwright Chris Butler Chris Goddard Pete Fisk Darren Wilson Peter Everingham Didier Benaroya

10 11 12 DNF DNF DNF NS

11 16 56 25 34 6 27

John Swift Peter Moseley Carl Burgar Richard Fenny Gary Culver David Tomlin Burgo Wharton

Class Winners Gp4 Gp3

Nigel Jenkins Chris Butler

Gp2

Chris Goddard

Gp1

Carl Burgar

Tipo 328GTB 328GTB 328GTB 328GTB 308GTB 328GTB 328GTB 328GTB Mondial t Cabriolet

Class 4 4 4 3 2 3 3 3 3

Laps 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7

Time 23:56.497 24:01.807 24:07.948 21:20.032 21:28.367 21:35.466 21:35.702 21:44.413 22:20.512

Best Lap 2:56.748 2:58.065 2:58.078 3:00.967 3:01.888 3:02.262 3:02.289 3:02.153 3:08.074

Qualify 3:01.026 3:00.995 2:59.573 3:01.825 3:02.140 3:04.223 3:04.852 3:20.389 3:11.721

Pos 5 4 3 6 7 8 9 13 10

308GTB 308GTB Mondial QV 308GT4 328GTB 308GTB 328GTB

2 2 1 2 4 2 3

7 7 7 4 0 0

22:50.299 22:51.248 23:43.988 13:21.815

3:12.955 3:13.093 3:16.845 3:15.297

3:13.766 3:17.843 3:27.363 ----2:57.031 2:57.980 3:23.734

11 12 15 --1 2 14

Fastest Laps:

Nigel Jenkins

Gp4

2:56.748 142.66 km/h

Chris Butler Chris Goddard

Gp3 Gp2

3:00.967 139.33 km/h 3:01.888 138.63 km/h

Carl Burgar

Gp1

3:16.845 128.09 km/h

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ROUNDS 7 & 8 ROUND 7 SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS 19th July 2014 Pos

No

1

33

2

Driver

Tipo

Class

Laps

Time

Best Lap

Qualify

Pos

Marcus Hogarth

458/Ch

C4

8

21:16.838

2:37.858

2:39.597

2

60

Wayne Marrs

458/Ch

C4

8

21:21.330

2:36.213

2:36.504

1

3

23

Graham Reeder

430 GT3

C4

8

21:58.373

2:40.644

2:43.322

3

4

9

John Shirley

360/Ch

C2

8

23:44.766

2:55.322

2:54.265

4

5

8

Vance Kearney

F355/Ch

CT

8

24:01.132

2:55.969

3:02.960

7

6

4

Tim Mogridge

F355/Ch

CT

8

24:01.698

2:57.149

3:00.099

5

7

46

Tris Simpson

355/Ch

CT

8

24:02.456

2:58.437

3:00.344

6

8

37

Steve Routledge

F355/Ch

CT

7

23:20.205

3:12.815

3:23.256

9

DNF

2

Florian Geissler

308GTB Gp4

INV

1

6:31.886

3:09.934

3:09.467

8

Class Winners C4 Marcus Hogarth C2 John Shirley CT Vance Kearney

Fastest Laps:

Wayne Marrs John Shirley Vance Kearney

C4 C2 CT

2:36.213 161.41 km/h 2:55.322 143.82 km/h 2:55.969 143.29 km/h Establishes Lap record

ROUND 8 SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS 20th July 2014 Pos

No

1

60

2

Driver

Tipo

Class

Laps

Time

Best Lap

Qualify

Pos

Wayne Marrs

458/Ch

C4

8

21:19.872

2:36.791

2:36.676

1

33

Bernard Hogarth

458/Ch

C4

8

23:30.309

2:52.350

2:51.273

3

3

9

John Shirley

360/Ch

C2

8

23:35.573

2:54.549

2:56.402

4

4

8

Vance Kearney

F355/Ch

CT

8

23:42.409

2:55.739

2:58.089

5

5

46

Tris Simpson

355/Ch

CT

8

23:42.419

2:55.284

2:59.020

6

6

4

Tim Mogridge

F355/Ch

CT

8

23:56.169

2:56.933

2:59.214

7

7

37

Steve Routledge

F355/Ch

CT

7

22:18.557

3:07.629

3:13.190

9

DNF

2

Florian Geissler

308GTB Gp4

INV

4

24:55.612

3:04.431

3:11.065

8

DNF

23

Graham Reeder

430 GT3

C4

2:37.793

2

Class Winners C4 Wayne Marrs C2 John Shirley CT Vance Kearney

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Fastest Laps:

Wayne Marrs

C4

2:36.791 160.82 km/h

John Shirley Vance Kearney

C2 CT

2:54.549 144.45 km/h 2:55.284 143.85 km/h Lap record


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