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LONG LASTING FUN The EnduroKA Series gets the green light to race in 2019

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THE MINI QUEEN Alice Hughes is on the road to achieving her motorsport dreams

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CHAMBERS OF CHANGE Motorsport UK’s new CEO Hugh Chambers on taking the sport into the 21st century

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DRIVE & INSPIRE Chris Carter on racing with cerebral palsy

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F1000 ON THE MOVE This popular “slicks and wings” championship finds a new home, a new sponsor and a new development programme for novice drivers

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PERFECT TIMING EX Formula 1 racer Karun Chandhok on Lewis Hamilton, grand prix grids and why a chance meeting with Bernie changed his life

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greater than ever before. Progress is impossible without change! Sometimes it is best to embrace change and focus on the positives rather than outline a negative. Whatever your views, we should all not lose the focus of this change, a change for the better... we hope. Although more importantly for the MsD brand, we saw one of the biggest changes in UK trade shows with MotorsportDays LIVE being launched at Silverstone. Removing the fan element was clearly the right thing to do as the 1000-plus people that went out on track over the two days – sampling more than 150 cars from numerous championships, race teams, manufacturers and track day organisers – were as passionate about motorsport as the MsD team itself. We are already planning next year’s show – 1-2 November 2019 – and aim to deliver another show that offers a unique perspective for both the professional and amateur racing driver.

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LONG-LASTING FUN The EnduroKA Series gets the green light in 2019 and looks to have all the ingredients to deliver value-for-money thrills on the UK’s best circuits. In fact Ben Whibley was so impressed with his test drive that he is already filling out the application form!

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The cost of a race-ready car can be less than £4-5k. Split between four people makes it phenomenal value and gives you the chance to experience some of the best circuits in the UK

ith EnduroKA, it is the KA part that most people over stumble first. Is it “KAAR” or KA? Who knows? I don’t think even Ford knows the answer. So let’s not get into that debate now and focus on what seems to have grown massively over the years – endurance racing. Classic and Sports Car Club (CSCC) founder Hugo Holder would highlight that he pioneered this club by introducing endurance racing to the CSCC, as well as introducing multiple drivers, longer races and creating a friendlier paddock. Let’s be honest, racing is exciting as soon as the red lights go out and a 20-minute race experience is great but a 4- or 10-hour race connects drivers far more and sees them engage more with fellow competitors during a race. With a team of four drivers, three are

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not turning the wheel in anger but keeping a watchful eye and meeting the other teams. Of course kudos should be given to the Citroen C1 Endurance Championship, with its large grids of drivers at all levels, including professional and amateur racers. So, what has EnduroKA got to offer? First of all, it is under the wing of MSV and the MSVR brand, a proven club and race circuit operator. MSV has also launched the highly successful Track Day Trophy Championship and other series, so you are guaranteed that EnduroKA will be run fairly and safely. In addition and it is the same reason that I launched MotorpsortDays LIVE at Silverstone earlier this year, the opportunity to sample a car on track first can change your perception completely. With a background in

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championship, then you have no fear as all the cars are equal. The EnduroKA Series is designed for competitors participating in a Ford KA Mk1 1300cc (produced between 2002 and 2008). It is a series designed to exhibit driving excellence and car control in the absence of vehicle and technical development. The series has managed to control the regulations perfectly with no engine modifications allowed. The cars must be standard with the exception of: control suspension (shocks and springs); control front brake

pads; control tyres; control rollcage. Enforced standardised parts will ensure an equal and fair playing field and are available to purchase via Burton Power, the series’ title sponsor. That is all very well but what was it like to drive? I set out from the pits at Brands Hatch as Stuart Garland, the Championship Coordinator, had lent me a car. No real need to warm up the tyres but a few laps of warming the car’s brakes, engine and me! First impressions of the KA were how much of a pro-kart it was. You need to carry the

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Being used to controlling the car on the throttle, you have to think differently and keep the speed high, but not too high so that you understeer the car but are able to throw it in the corners”

you will be swamped, which is the close racing we all desire. I’d like to spend more time in the car to evaluate the tyre wear and see if there is much of a cycle or how the characteristics of the car changes over an hour period. Although I doubt it will be too significant, meaning the gap between the level being able to enter should make it very close. The 2019 EnduroKA will feature a mix of 3/5-hour races – with a 12-hour summer race as a highlight, plus a 500-minute season finale – visiting MSV circuits across the UK. Each car must have a minimum of two and maximum of four drivers for an event of less than 12 hours. For events of 12 hours plus, each car must have a minimum of three and maximum of six drivers. For races of six hours or less, three mandatory driver change pits stops must be made and no driver may drive for longer than two hours and W W W. M O TO R S P O R T D AY S . C O M

10 minutes continuously and must rest for at least one hour between driving stints. For races of more than six hours, no driver may drive for longer than three hours continuously and must rest for at least one hour between driving stints. For races of more than six hours, no driver may drive for more than 60% of the race duration in total. Racing doesn’t always need to be expensive and as endurance racing becomes more popular, you can see why. The cost of a race-ready car can be less than £4-5k. Split between four people makes it phenomenal value and gives you the chance to experience some of the best circuits in the UK. So MotorsportDays is looking forward to getting out on track in 2019 in a KAAR and hopefully making it to the top spot! Watch this space... ■

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Alice Hughes is just 24 but is already using her invaluable experience learned in a decade behind the wheel to inspire junior drivers to achieve their motorsport dreams

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Autograss was a fantastic platform to start my racing career as it enabled me to learn a lot of car control from a young age” commentary were all I wanted. The success we achieved resulted in Dad and I deciding to make a go of my career. That’s when we took up circuit racing. Jonathan Lewis (Snetterton Speed Shop) put me through my ARDS test at Snetterton and sold us a frontrunning Mighty Mini – which we still have! Dad fell into a managerial role and carefully planned the next few years, allowing me to learn both the car and this new concept of circuit racing. There was so much to learn – the start procedures, the different circuits, safety cars and the change in terrain. It was all very new to me but from my first race at Oulton Park in 2015, I knew that circuit racing was where I was destined to be. We have never been the most well-off family, but we are not scared of grafting either! Dad had a small construction company and I worked as a waitress, putting every penny that we earned into the racing pot. Mum and Dad never seemed to agree on much, but what they did agree on was that they saw something special in me and could imagine a future with me behind the wheel. I guess the best thing to come out of my parents’ separation was the budget to fight hard for the Championship – which we

achieved in 2017. In addition to this title I received the British Automobile Racing Club’s Most Successful Female Driver and Motorsport News’ Driver of the Weekend at Brands Hatch Mini Festival. I also did a lot of work that year with a human performance psychologist, Dr Phillip De Prez. Wow, did he open my mind! Dr de Prez taught me how to mentally prepare for a race, which gave me the edge in the hampionship. Everyone knows that talent alone won’t take you up the next step in motorsport, so Dad and I came up with a Plan B just in case the driving career didn’t pay off. So in 2017, I used my A-level subjects (Graphic Design, Media Studies, Photography & ICT) to sit an apprenticeship in Social Media for Business. This was ideal to help me promote myself on social media platforms, reaching a whole new audience in our digital world. It also allowed me to build a business within the motorsport world, offering a service to help mentor junior drivers with their PR and marketing. Amazing! I am now at the tracks doing what I love doing and earning a few quid! How the tables have turned! Helping Joel Wren (JW Motorsport) on the Junior Saloon Car Championship grid

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and Alfie Glenie in the British Racing and Sports Car Club’s Fiesta Junior Championship has allowed me to network with journalists and professional photographers. In fact, this has not only helped these two young drivers but it has also helped me. Being on social media opened more opportunities for me. I received a message from a production company that was filming a music video for Zara Larsson (Sweden’s Got Talent winner). They were looking for female racing drivers to promote this video. The song reached number eight in the UK charts, which was quite impressive, and it helped me to network and market myself out of the motorsport industry. Doing extra bits like this to help promote myself caught the attention of Gala Performance, a company which supplies pit, paddock and motorsport equipment. Ryan and the team have been fantastic, inviting us to exhibitions and allowing me to network further. Our partnership means a lot to me and we complement each other well. I took a year out this year as my younger sister, Bethany, started following in my footsteps through the autograss fraternity. I feared she may possibly hate me forever if she didn’t get the same opportunities as I’d had! So I have focused my time and effort into building my business and helping junior drivers, passing on my knowledge and experiences of the motorsport industry, whilst trying to source a budget to take the next step up into a championship that gives more of a return on investment to potential sponsorship partners. I also felt that adding another string to my bow would be good idea. So I sat my ARDS Instructors’ Course with Pete and Mel Edwards W W W. M OTO R S P O R T D AY S . C O M


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just Mum or Dad! The result of the instructing is that I now hire out the Mighty Mini out as a track day experience. Tockwith Driving Centre in York also asked me to work with them on

their skid pan training. It all seems to be coming together. I already have a few championships under my belt and am now searching for a budget to get myself back in a racing seat. We are aiming to race in the Britcar Endurance Championship (Class 5) and are currently looking for an additional driver on an arriveand-drive basis. We have the infrastructure, the car (a 300bhp Ford Fiesta), the mechanics and the engineers – we just need an additional driver to complete the picture. Nothing will stop me trying to pursue my dreams of getting back behind the wheel in a championship that is a step up from club level motorsport. In the meantime, I will continue to help junior drivers pursue their own individual dreams. ■


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W IS FOR WORLD-CLASS THE W SERIES REVEALS ITS LONG LIST OF 50 DRIVERS, ALL OF WHOM HOPE TO HIT THE HISTORY BOOKS BY MAKING THE GRID IN THE FIRST WOMEN-ONLY, SINGLE-SEATER CHAMPIONSHIP he W Series, the first all-female championship, has announced a long-list of more than 50 drivers who are competing for a place on the grid of this new championship, which is set to launch next season. Eighteen drivers will eventually make it through to race on Friday 3 May 2019 in Hockenheim, Germany. Every racer on this long-list has been carefully selected from a pool of more than 100 applicants from 30 countries around the world, including the USA, China and India, as well as the UK, Italy, Germany and Scandinavia. “We are thrilled but perhaps not surprised by the response,” said Catherine Bond Muir, CEO of W Series. “Even today there is a massive gender imbalance in motorsport and W Series is making the first step to correct that. Drivers from all

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over the world have stepped forward, so it’s clear that with the right framework we can make the changes this sport desperately needs.” These 50 hopefuls will now have just two months to prepare for the next step in the selection process – a three-day, on-and-off-track trial, including fitness tests and psychometric profiling, as well as multiple driving skill tests. The final grid will be determined following a series of track tests in the W Series racecar – a 2019 Tatuus T-318. Former Formula 1 stars David Coulthard and Alex Wurz will be among the judges, alongside Dave Ryan, W Series Racing Director. “We designed W Series specifically to shine a light on female talent right around the world,” said David Coulthard, who also chairs the W Series Advisory Board, “and I can’t wait

to be part of the next stage and to see some of that talent in action.” Not only is the W Series a free-to-enter competition, but a total prize fund of $1,500,000 has been assigned, with the overall series winner receiving $500,000. The W Series will also fund travel and subsistence costs, which opens the competition to drivers from all economic backgrounds across the world. In addition. six drivers, Alice Powell (UK), Shea Holbrook (USA), Naomie Schiff (Belgium), Emma Kimilainen (Finland), Stephane Kox (Netherlands) and Vicky Piria (Italy), have been chosen as ambassadors to represent all the W Series qualifiers ■ For full details of all the qualifying drivers go to

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VNUK UPDATE ANDY HANCOCK BY GROVE & DEAN’S

THERE MIGHT BE SOME GOOD NEWS COMING OUT OF EUROPE IN THE NEAR FUTURE! NO NOT BREXIT, THE VNUK INSURANCE NIGHTMARE IS SLOWLY MOVING IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION s we enter 2019 and move towards a new racing season, it is fair to say that the UK is currently “enjoying” a love/ hate relationship with Europe! On track, we have seen many notable successes in Europe by teams and drivers based in the UK – with TF Sport, Barwell Motorsport, United Autosports and Nielsen Racing leading the way against their European counterparts. Off the track, the topics of Brexit and Vnuk continue to hover in the background, threatening to destabilise our buoyant and successful motorsport industry. The Brexit picture is changing on an almost daily basis, and at the time of writing, the crucial House of Commons vote was still to take place. Depending on its outcome, at some stage in the future, we may still have major concerns about a) the cost and/or transportation of race parts from the EU into the UK for marques such as Porsche and Mercedes etc, and

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b) insurers pulling out of writing EU business (in the event of a No Deal Brexit). Watch this space... However, we recently received better news regarding Vnuk and its legislative journey through the EU Commission. For those that have been living on the moon since 2014, Mr Vnuk, a Slovenian farmer, had the misfortune to be knocked off a ladder by a tractor’s trailer on private land. Four years ago, the EU ruled that ALL mechanically propelled vehicles had to have compulsory motor insurance, affecting vehicles such as forklifts, golf buggies, sit-on lawn mowers and worryingly, any form of motorsport. The legislative journey has been “painful” up to now and earlier this year, the Motorsport UK counterparts in France, Belgium and Holland advised local organising clubs that the principals of Vnuk would apply in all of their race paddocks (but not on track). Some UK drivers attending lower profile race meetings in Europe were forced to source and take out

their own liability policies from “local” Insurers – thankfully any organising clubs from the UK choose to “ignore” / shoulder the risk and so the many competitors travelling to Spa and Zandvoort etc were unaffected. It has been reported, incorrectly, that the Saviour for motorsport is the addition of the words “in traffic” to the Directive. Actually, Amendment 4/Proposal 3b recommends that “the Directive excludes specifically vehicles intended exclusively for motorsports, as they are limited to a controlled track or space and thus having an accident with unrelated vehicles or persons is limited”. So motorsport is not quite in the clear. The next step is a vote on all the Directive amendments by the EU in the near future – fingers crossed everyone!! Final thought – there is one scenario where the UK leave the EU, but the Vnuk Directive gets passed as is; meaning that all European-based Championships would look to move to the UK in the future! ■

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Mercedes-AMG unveils its limited-edition AMG GT R PRO, clearly ready to pounce on to that top step of the podium, alongide an equally honed GT t its debut four years ago, the AMG GT confidently sought out competition on the global sports car scene and conquered a large part of the market. Now this athlete from Affalterbach not only returns to the start line honed further but accompanied by a new, limitededition AMG GT R PRO. This top-of-the-range R PRO is characterised by improved

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driving dynamics, especially on the racetrack. Invaluable experience from the AMG GT3 and GT4 racing cars were included in its development and the measures from motorsport can be clustered into four areas: suspension, lightweight construction, aerodynamics and looks. “The AMG GT embodies the core of our brand, “Driving Performance”, in a unique way.” said Tobias Moers, Chairman of the Management Board of

Mercedes-AMG. “At its debut four years ago, it not only turned heads of customers and sports car enthusiasts but created new dimensions in the competitive environment. “No other production model of Mercedes-AMG presently is as close to motor racing as this new AMG GT R PRO. The agile responses to all driver commands and the overall performance delivers even more of that incomparable feeling that our racing drivers experience on the track.” In fact, the GT R PRO has already demonstrated its performance potential on the racetrack. In early November, AMG brand ambassador and AMG GT3 racing driver Maro Engel completed a circuit of the Nürburgring North Loop in 7.04.632 minutes, driving a still disguised AMG GT R


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PRO. This was a considerable improvement on the previous time for the AMG GT R. With an autumnal ambient temperature of 12 degrees, this test clearly demonstrated the great potential of the AMG flagship model. The R PRO features the new AMG coil-over suspension, delivering more choices for tailoring the set-up to a particular circuit. The driver is not only able to set the spring preload length mechanically but can adjust the compression and rebound of the dampers. This is done quickly and precisely, without tools, via a click system with an integral adjustment dial on the damper. The compression rate is adjusted separately for high-speed and low-speed movements. This means that the settings can be dialled-in for slow and fast compression

movements and enables the driver to influence the body dive and roll as well as the traction of the AMG GT R PRO more selectively. Meanwhile, the front axle is fitted with an adjustable torsion bar made of lightweight carbon fibre. Its counterpart at the rear is made of steel, is likewise adjustable and also saves weight due to its hollow tube design. The AMG GT R is already fitted with Uniball spherical bearings at the lower wishbones of the rear axle but the PRO version gets these bearings for the upper wishbones too. They are significantly more wear-resistant than conventional wishbone bearings and, due to their design, have no play, which means toe-in and camber do not change, even under high loads. As a result, the AMG GT R PRO can be driven with even

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No other production model of Mercedes-AMG is as close to motor racing as this new AMG GT R PRO” Tobias Moers

brake callipers as well as by the AMG bucket seats made of clear-coated carbon fibre (again not for USA, Canada and China). The aerodynamic, finetuning increases the overall performance of the AMG GT R PRO too. The redesigned front apron has been fitted with two flics at the sides made of clear-coated carbon fibre. The lower flics transition virtually seamlessly into the front splitter, which was extended further forward and is held by small metal braces. These stabilise the front splitter at higher speeds. The louvres (air slots) in the front wings effectively vent the wheel arches and consequently contribute to reducing front-axle lift. At the rear, a clear-coated carbon-fibre aero element at the wheel arch on either side rises up vertically almost to the level of the tail W W W. M O TO R S P O R T D AY S . C O M

lamps. The interplay of all these measures significantly reduces front-axle lift without negatively impacting the aerodynamic conditions at the rear axle. The active aerodynamics profile in the underbody, the AIRPANEL active air regulation system in the front apron and the large aerofoil on the hatch, are part of the standard specification. In addition, the rear aerofoil is fitted with a spoiler lip (gurney), which increases downforce at the rear axle, and now sits on milled aluminium brackets that underscore the proximity to motor racing. The AMG GT R PRO does not only drive like a racing car, it also looks the part. The standard-fit Carbon Package comes with front splitter, fins in the wings, trim strips in the side sills and a diffuser with high-

quality clear-coated carbonfibre finish emphasise the proximity to motorsport, as does the redesigned carbon-fibre roof with lowered centre. The marque’s special status is also underscored by the car wrap with racing stripes running over the bonnet, roof and hatch as well as along the sides of the vehicle. This car wrap is light green exclusively in combination with the selenite grey paint finish. With all other colour variants, the stripes come in dark grey matte. ■


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OF CHANGE Motorsport UK’s CEO Hugh Chambers talks to PRO-AM’s Benjamin Davis about the name change, Brexit and racing his MGB when time allows ugh Chambers might have only become Chief Executive of Motor Sport UK in November 2018 but he is already making his mark. A new name and a new logo are just the first hints of the many

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beyond. “We are changing the way in which we embrace the entire motorsport community – not just those who have licences,” explained Hugh. “Motorsport UK is expanding from a rules, governance and regulations organisation to one that is promoting the sport and looking after its best interests. Ultimately we want an organisation that is customer-centric and looking to innovate in terms of products, technologies and championships. “In the short-term we are already initiating various things which have gone to market, such as taking the British Kart Championship in-house. This has been extremely well received from engine manufacturers, circuits, BKDA – we have already achieved our target in terms of numbers of entries for 2019 season – as well as the drivers, who clearly voted with their credit cards, and that is just one initiative. We have a whole pile of other things coming up. “ He continued: “ I think in terms of bigger, broader elements, we are changing W W W. M O TO R S P O R T D AY S . C O M

“Ultimately we want an organisation that is customercentric and looking to innovate in terms of products, technologies and championships” our internal governance of the sport. I think we will be recruiting a lot of people on the commercial and marketing side, placing a lot more emphasis on that. As we go through the year, I think you will see a lot more external facing comms and collaborations with different stakeholders across the landscape. We want to get closer to the track day industry, things like commercial karting and some series which are not recognised by us such as drifting, even though the FIA does, although I think that will change.” The response to MSUK’s rebranding programme has been really positive so far, although the CEO is well aware that it is the work that goes on behind the scenes that will ensure success in the end. “A

new name and new branding are not in themselves anything to celebrate but symbolic of a very different change of direction for the organisation,” he said. “We are viewing 2019 as a transition year in lots of regards. There are a lot of things that we are doing that are not going to be fully embedded or changed until we get to 2020. What I would say though is the name and the branding has been universally adopted and accepted and embraced by all different stakeholders.” Motorsport UK’s long-term plans are impressive and Hugh Chambers is perfectly positioned to help secure these vital changes as he has not only worked at the highest level in motorsport but for several other influential, governing bodies too, including the British


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Olympic Association (BOA) and World Sailing. “All my roles in sport since 1995 have been of a commercial/marketing nature. I had 10 years at Prodrive as one of the partners and my responsibility really covered the marketing communications roles, working with the various teams that we had, the Subaru World Rally Team etc. However I became increasingly engaged with the commercial agenda and ended up running the sales division of Prodrive, which is all the customer teams and all the customer cars that we built. So I had responsibility for the British Touring Car Championship with Ford and the Ferrari programme that we ran at Le Mans etc. “Then, we got the contract to run the BAR Honda Formula 1 team for BAT [British American Tobacco]. BAT had been sponsors of the Subaru World Rally team, that is where that relationship came from. They had great faith in David [Richards] and the team. BAR was doing very badly after three seasons, think they had got about nine points, and so they gave it to David. He very much wanted it to be a Prodrive team

that came in, rather than just him as team principal. So it was me, Nick Fry and David that effectively took it over. We were lucky that Jeff Willis had joined about six months earlier from Williams – he was very much Adrian Newey’s protégé – and so for three years we ran the whole thing. “We learnt a great deal about the commercial side of Formula 1. It was interesting, although it is a pretty constrained environment in terms of what you can do and Bernie [Ecclestone] had it very well locked down. There weren’t many assets other than the direct property around the car. You couldn’t then activate anything within the event – you had to buy your hospitality from paddock club so it wasn’t the most flexible and creative environment in which to do deals as a team.” So is there any tie-in between his new role at Motorsport UK and his previous work the nonmotorsport organisations? “There is synergy 100%,” said Hugh emphatically. “The most obvious is that they both involve athletes and large bits of kit so you have got human endeavour

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and a bit of technology and the interface between those two is quite similar. The rules and regulations are clearly a lot more complex when you have bit of technology involved than if you just have to put on a pair of running shoes. “Motorsport is fairly complicated to administer and I would say, as a consequence, that it probably attracts a slightly different type of competitor and a slightly different type of fan than some other sports. That is the starting point in terms of the DNA of the sport. “In more generic terms though there is a lot to learn from those governing bodies which have reinvented themselves from their original format, which were decades, if not for 100 years, all about the rule book. The modern, forwardfacing organisations realise they need to be on the front foot of promoting the sport for all the stakeholders. They also need to create tangible value through the creation and ownership of intellectual property and assets which can be the basis of partnerships with other W W W. M OTO R S P O R T D AY S . C O M


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“We want to get closer to the track day industry, things like commercial karting and some series which are not recognised by us such as drifting, even though the FIA does, although I think that will change” commercial organisations which hopefully can generate revenue. This could then be used to promote the sport to drive more people into it. That is really where we are. Where World Sailing was two years ago is where we are now.” One thing that Motorsport UK has in common with these other sporting associations is on dealing with Brexit, although Hugh’s take on the situation is surprisingly philosophical. “Motorsport is an expensive pastime compared to many other hobbies and scale-able to people’s resources and expenditure so if people feel economically vulnerable they feel unsure about the future, which is not a good thing for a sport like ours,” he said. “I am not sure we have seen a massive or substantial consequence of that at this point but I think it would be helpful to have economic stability and a solution to Brexit. Ultimately, we are governed by the FIA and so in that regard it is not going to make any difference whether we are in or outside the EU. “Yes, there are some potential legislative consequences – the Vnuk insurance situation is one, although I believe that will be resolved with a sensible solution. However, I don’t think it is the best environment for us to be promoting a relatively expensive hobby W W W. M O TO R S P O R T D AY S . C O M

and pastime. At the same time though, motorsport has been through any number of different economic upturns and downturns. I think there is an enduring fascination for fast machinery and where there’s a will there’s a way!” Hugh could easily be talking about himself when referring to a fascination for fast machinery. He grew up in a motorsport family – his father was a driver and then a big team manager in the 1950s and ‘60s and so it was always in the blood. “I’ve always loved motor racing,” he said. “I’ve karted and I’ve always raced things through the years, Caterhams, Formula Fords etc, and I now have a 1964 MG B which I race so I am used to being involved in motorsport. “ I have never really had the time to take racing that seriously, professionally. After racing karts as a teenager I carried on racing karts over the years. I suppose, reflective of a lot of people’s lifestyle, it is helpful that you have something that you can arrive and drive. My MGB is run by a little race team. They do a fantastic job, I just turn up at Snetterton, the car is prepped and off we go. I don’t have the time to have a garage to pull things to pieces at the weekends. I have done things like Club 100 over the years which is a fantastic series; extremely well run and a

whole variety of different kit. I like racing different circuits, different things. “What I would like to do is experience a broader spectrum of UK motorsport – do a trial, an auto test, an auto solo. These are on my list and hopefully I will tick a few of them off in 2019. Hugh also admits that if money was no object or if he won the Lottery he “would go and race a wonderful 1964 AC Cobra in a historic race series across Europe, that sounds like a fun thing to do.” This new Motorsport UK CEO was also complimentary about our own MotorsportDays LIVE show in November, which was supported by Motorsport UK throughout the two days. “I was supportive of MotorsportDays LIVE when I first heard of it and it is something that we would like to see succeed.” So that seemed like the perfect moment to conclude our chat – but not before I had given him the dates for MSDLIVE 2019! British motorsport is clearly in good hands – Hugh’s personal passion for motorsport and his extensive experience in sports management can only reap rewards for all drivers, be they professional or amateur, wealthy or racing on the tightest of shoestring budgets. ■


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Chris Carter has not let his cerebral palsy stop him achieving his dreams of becoming a racing driver. Now he is inspiring others through the creation of the CCR Disabled Racing Academy BW: You’ve been diagnosed with cerebral palsy (CP) but have made it into the sport through track days. How difficult has this journey been? CC: I was diagnosed with CP at birth and being completely honest, it’s always been difficult to do even the simplest of tasks. However, I think that with added difficulty comes resilience, determination and positivity. Having to do things the hard way is not a deterrent for me, it is all I’ve ever known! CP is a limitation in some ways, there’s no hiding from that fact –

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particularly in terms of mobility and pain – but also far more subtlety and sometimes that can be very difficult to deal with. I’ve always loved motorsport from a very young age, as well as having a keen interest in cars in general. I remember watching Formula 1 as a child, wishing one day I could race, but that was not a realistic expectation at the time as I couldn’t walk until I was seven and was told I would never drive a car. When I reached my teenage years, I began to build

friendships, take up hobbies and become better integrated with my peers at school. When I reached 17, my first objective was to learn to drive a standard manual car (against the advice of my GP, parents and consultant neurologist). Within weeks my driving instructor had confirmed I was progressing as he would expect, without any issues, and in some areas I was quicker than some other students. By my 18th birthday I had passed both my theory and practical driving tests. Nothing would stop me now!


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I remember watching Formula 1 as a child, wishing one day I could race, but that was not a realistic expectation at the time as I couldn’t walk until I was seven and was told I would never drive a car” From then on, I’ve always enjoyed driving, karting, and track days as they provide a huge thrill and you can begin to learn some of the skills needed. Racing though has always been my subconscious goal. In fact, the only time I’m truly equal is when I’m behind the wheel! Perhaps this is what I’ve been chasing all along? You have had a passion for motorsport for many years but what made you get into and follow the sport? My passion for motorsport

has undoubtedly developed from my love of cars. I’ve always watched motorsport on TV and loved the idea of racing, but never thought I’d be able to carve out an opportunity for myself. In my life, everything I do requires a car – hospital visits, school runs, holidays – and walking is becoming more of a struggle for me as the accelerated ageing and wear and tear that CP brings creeps up on me. As a result, a car is a friend to me, more than just a piece of metal, without which I have no independence.

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In fact, the only time I’m truly equal is when I’m behind the wheel, perhaps this is what I’ve been chasing all along?”

have to be the life sentence it perhaps once was. My journey into motorsport has been very difficult indeed and not purely from the disability aspect. Motorsport has to be safe and clearly that must always be the top priority. Having said that, there needs to be more acceptance that disabled people will want to pursue a career in motorsport and the necessary opportunities provided, irrespective of financial/personal background. Disability is already a complication/limitation so why should disabled people accept that some opportunities will be removed from their grasp, not because of inability, but because of the perception of ability/inability and outdated understandings of what disabilities exist and their implications on those affected? I want to use my experiences within motorsport to forge a path which others can follow in confidence that, subject to ability/potential, they can dare to dream and compete in motorsport to reach their potential.

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You are planning to compete in the Clio 197 next year. Why this car? The Clio 197 is a superb base car both for me to develop my race craft and for the CCR Disabled Racing Academy to use as a car to develop talented racers. It is the perfect balance of a performance car, which is also informative to a driver and relatively accommodating in terms of drivers at the learning stage. The car has a number of upgrades scheduled over the winter and will be set up perfectly for next year. You are set to be on the grid in the CC Hot Hatch Series, so what are your expectations for your 2019 season? This is a tricky one, if I’m honest. I never dared to dream that I’d ever be able to race a car. In my first competitive season, I’d like to develop my race craft, finish strongly and possibly even win a few trophies! Tell us more about the CCR Disabled Racing Academy. How did this start and who is

part of this initiative? The CCR Disabled Racing Academy with GMS is my reaction to a complete lack of provision/encouragement for disabled people to enter motorsport. Of course, as I’ve mentioned previously, safety is always a top priority and must continue to be. However, motorsport is the only sport I know which doesn’t encourage or work with disabled people to create opportunities for those with the ability and/or potential. Not only should this change but the perceptions behind the decisions need to change too. What always resonates with me is that when I’m racing, I’m a racer! Disability doesn’t have any relevance/bearing on my ability! The Academy has a number of partners who have experience within motorsport and are eager to challenge what is accepted as regards disability within motorsport. Antony Weeks has been my driver coach, mentor and has co-founded the Academy alongside me. He is an experienced racer with vast


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experience in all manner of cars, ranging from Mazda RX8 to Radicals! He also has deep knowledge of motorsport as an industry and runs Altima, which specialises in digital media, website development/ management, corporate race clothing and driver development. Grant Motorsport is the technical partner for the Academy and runs my car on race days. They are not only experienced in all areas of motorsport but build racecars and race engines as well as work on car setup, data logging and have a great track record as a race team, having won the CVWC in 2018. Grant Motorsport is currently preparing the car to my requirements and has been instrumental in my progress thus far. Grant has personally agreed to sponsor the build from a labour perspective and arrangements are in place with regards to parts costs. ■

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DRIVING THROUGH DISABILITY Brian Roberts has always been a keen sportsman but in August 1996, a road accident left him without the use of his legs. It could have ended his dreams, but it didn’t stop this selfconfessed adrenaline junkie from pursuing his ambitions as a racing driver. Having been successful in regional karting for years, 2018 was Brian’s first complete season in a saloon racing car championship. This racing life began in 2003, when Glan Y Gors, one of Britain’s biggest karting circuits, opened in Cerrigydrduion, Wales. Racing in a new Rotax 125 kart with home-made hand controls, Brian almost made the lap record on his first outing. He was one of the first to apply to the Motor Sports Association (MSA) for a Kart National B Novice competition licence, for which he had to be assessed and passed by the MSA medical panel. Brian enjoyed four podium wins in his first six races, always coming in the top 10 at Glan Y Gors, Hooton Park and three SiS tracks, plus several in-championships. Fast forward to 2014 and while doing a magazine photoshoot for the MSA at Silverstone, Brian had an opportunity to jump into a racing car and decided that was where his future lay. By 2015, he had competed in his first race, the Anglesey Race of Remembrance, in a VW Cup car. The following year, he began the conversion of a VW Golf MK5 GTi into a racing model. Since then, he has driven all over the UK, including Oulton Park, Anglesey, Pembrey, Brands Hatch and Snetterton, enjoyed podium wins. This season, Brian entered the Classic VW Cup for his first championship race and remains determined for and excited about the future. W W W. M OTO R S P O R T D AY S . C O M


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PLY PERFECT DURA is expanding into the virtual world of sims. PRO-AM’s Ben Whibley belts up and takes it out on track

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15-minute drive from Silverstone will find you at the DURA HQ, an award-winning furniture concept workshop and design service. Many of you are probably already familiar with DURA’s work; if not, they are the very professionals who have created some the finest integrated workshop furniture systems seen in motorsport. Whether designing a workshop from the start or improving the productivity of a motorsport team, DURA is second to none. I often compare businesses to McLaren but only a few have ever matched that firm’s high standards. DURA though has it down to a tee, with the

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professionalism one would expect in its system builds now adding to the value of its own sim experience. So why has DURA turned its attention to the competitive world of sims? One could argue that this arena is getting evermore popular, although it is also becoming more accessible, which is great. Virtual reality racing allows one to enter the sport very cheaply, long before you need to get a race licence and buy or rent a car. Although for DURA, the sim was the logical next step that adds to its brand and customer base – a sim today is an invaluable tool for the modernday racer. DURA’s end goal is to offer corporate hospitality and help drivers to experience on

track virtually as never before. Some sim environments can feel isolated but Dura has created the perfect platform for you and your guests with its DURA Performance. The setup features seating within touching distance of the sim in a very relaxed atmosphere. Alternatively you can watch and critique from the engine or “brain” room outside. The sim is not just the centrepiece here. DURA has incorporated its black and green branding throughout the area, delivering a clean and modern feel. Before arriving at DURA I was given a list of the cars and circuits available. I let our MotorsportDays social media followers – you can follow us on Facebook, Instagram


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and YouTube – make the decision. The result was a GT3 Lamborghini at Abu Dhabi’s Yas Marina. I’ve driven the circuit before but had to get used to the car first. After a few laps, the times started to come down as I managed to get fully submerged into the sim. This was achievable thanks to DURA’s seat, which is adaptable for all sizes and the pedals can move back a long way. I am 6ft 1in but still had a lot of clearance. With most sims you can go through specific details of your performance but this DURA sim analyses far quicker and in more detail. Comparing

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racing lines, throttle control and brake uses are all mapped out in minute detail. This really does highlight any issues or habits you have and allows you to hone in on them and change them. In addition, DURA provides its own team of professional racing drivers on request to guide you to the next level. This is a great addition to DURA’s repertoire and so I would like to thank Emily Humphrey at DURA for taking the time to allow MotorsportDays to experience the Dura Performance. It is a

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he world of karting continues to be an ultra-competitive and high-octane filled arena. It is one of the main building blocks towards a future that will surely see some amazing young talents reach the higher echelons of the racing ranks, including Formula 1 and the World Endurance Championship. You could class all of these gifted young racers as “stars of the future” but even among this talented group there are always those who catch the eye for standout performances and a sheer determination to win. Throughout my travels this year as a karting commentator in Europe, there has been a handful of drivers who have stood out. Although it has not been an easy task as there is such a huge depth and breadth of quality racing drivers out there to choose from. My top five here really are just the tip of the iceberg!

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This young, hard-charging Swede, who is part of the Morin Racing Academy, has made his mark in the Senior Max division this season, having been able to compete not just in his native country, but also across Europe. Based just outside Umeå, more than 600 kilometres north of Stockholm, this Dan Holland W W W. M O TO R S P O R T D AY S . C O M

Racing driver made history in October when clinching the first Rotax Max Euro Trophy title. This was despite a topsy-turvy season in the Senior division, suffering dramas in his home venue of Kristianstad and the penultimate round in Austria. Morin sealed off title victory though in superb style at the ProKart Raceland facility in Wackersdorf, Bavaria, in the last weekend of September, taking two wins in the last two finals of the year. This 16-year-old, who started karting in 2009, also competed in the ROTAX Max Challenge Grand Finals at the Circuito Internacional Paladino in Brazil. Morin had looked on course to become World Champion but despite taking pole position (best of the 72 drivers in his class) and three successive heat wins, he had to settle with finishing fourth in the world. Hannes may very well be the next best thing to come out of Sweden since the likes of Indycarbound Felix Rosenqvist, Joel Eriksson, currently a BMW works driver in the DTM and Linus Lindqvist, the recently crowned BRDC British Formula 3 Champion. PICTURE: KART #219 (above left)

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this Wogsum-based racer may well be looking at Aston Martin Red Bull Racing in the not too distant future. Mike Van Vugt became a champion in Junior Max in the Euro Trophy, the BNL Karting Series and the Dutch national series and is one of a substantial Dutch contingent that races in multiple championships across Europe. This energetic youngster has a real killer instinct to get to the front in qualifying and lead from lights out. Mike also qualified for the World Finals in Brazil and managed to make his way to the final step of the podium in the Junior Max division, with countryman Robert de Haan winning the final, ahead of Australia’s Jayden Pope. However, Mike showed off his prowess from further down the order, and successfully scythed his way through the field. Does this remind you of someone currently in Formula 1 per chance? PICTURE: KART #317 (above right)

JAMES WHARTON

AUSTRALIA - 11 YEARS OLD

This young Australian has moved up the ranks over the past few seasons, taking several ROTAX titles in his native country, along with vice-champion status in this year’s Euro Trophy, just behind Mike Van Vugt. With international wins and podiums in the USA at the SKUSA Super Nationals and on the WSK Final Cup in the

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latter part of the 2018 season, James Wharton’s prowess as a quick and skilled driver has been showcased greatly. James has also been impressive in his work ethic, which sees him cover more than 700 laps a week. According to his father, Shane, this young racer considers his karting exploits to be his “day job”. Of course, being away from home means Wharton is virtually schooled, so keeping up with his education is another high priority, along with the craft he continues to refine out on track, in categories such as OK Junior, Junior ROTAX and KA100. PICTURES: KART #313 & trophy presentation shot (above centre)

KOBE PAUWELS

BELGIUM - 14 YEARS OLD

Following in the footsteps of Belgian racing talent such as Jerome d’Ambrosio, Stoffel Vandoorne, Dries and Lauren Vanthoor, this driver is striding forward figuratively and literally. Kobe Pauwels has already competed in several championships, including the Rotax Max Euro Trophy and the FIA Academy Trophy. In the latter, Kobe would take the final race win of the season, in front of 3,000 people. He only missed out on the title by a solitary point to Spain’s Jose Maria Navalon Boya, in a category that has seen the likes of Esteban Ocon, George W W W. M OTO R S P O R T D AY S . C O M


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Russell and Charles Leclerc go on to reach the top flight of single-seater racing, Formula 1. The 14-year-old also secured his place in the 2018 ROTAX Max Challenge Grand Finals by taking the Junior Max title in the Belgian Max Challenge Championships with a total of 657 points. His closest rival, Dutchman Justin Polman, was 44 points adrift. Based out of Leopoldsburg, Kobe represented Team Belgium in Brazil in late November against 71 of the best Junior Rotax drivers in the world. Having made it through to the Grand Final, he started in 23rd position but battled his way into the top 10, finishing ninth in this 16-lap race. Kobe is now in the process of making his transition into the senior ranks. He made an impressive dĂŠbut appearance within the class at his home circuit of Karting Genk at the BNL Rotax Golden Trophy, two weeks before the Grand Finals, finishing seventh in the final. PICTURE: KART #322 (above right)

MATHILDA OLSSON SWEDEN - 17 YEARS OLD

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head-to-head with the best in Europe in both the IAME and Rotax classes. Mathilda’s one-off appearance in the IAME Euro Series at Wackersdorf in June paid dividends too, with the Uppsala native taking sixth place. This was almost three months before she returned to the Bavarian circuit and secured her place in the Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals, finishing third in the Senior Max standings. During the final race weekend of that particular campaign, Mathilda was also the quickest, posting the fastest lap in three of the four races she took part in. PICTURES: KART #233 (above top right) & profile shot (above right)


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Do you want to be the fastest driver on the track? Whether you are trying go-karting for the first time or already consider yourself an expert racer, these hot go-karting tips can only help you perfect your technique and become the king or queen of the track Long before you get behind the wheel you have to decide if you want to race indoors or out. There are plenty of fun and cool features on indoor tracks, like bridges and tunnels, although the close track walls can be pretty unforgiving if you fail to navigate them properly. Outdoor tracks tend to be larger, so you can easily overtake and reach higher speeds. Professional kart drivers often prefer outdoor tracks, which means you may be racing with some of the best on these circuits .

GEARING UP

It is important to be prepared for the track. Regardless of where you are racing, you need to have the right gear.

Wear comfortable yet durable clothing. Jeans, a loose-fitting t-shirt and trainers are ideal. You don’t want to be restricted by clothing that is too tight or worry about keeping your favourite shirt in pristine condition. On arrival at the track drivers are given overalls, gloves and a helmet. Make sure your helmet fits correctly too – it should be snug but not so tight as to be uncomfortable. Ask a member of staff if you are worried about the fit. An illfitting helmet can be a serious distraction when racing

SITTING COMFORTABLY

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QUICK RULES

A briefing on the rules will follow It is important to pay attention as failure to follow the rules could see you disqualified. All tracks use different colour flags to communicate with drivers, so it is useful to know what each flag means.

You need to be able to comfortably reach the brakes and throttle – your legs should be slightly bent and your feet should be able to rest lightly on the pedals. Your arms should be able to reach the steering wheel without too much of a stretch. Top Tip: Rather than leaning into the corners, try to keep your body completely centred so that your weight is evenly distributed in the kart.

BRAKE TIME

The best kart drivers have mastered the art of using the brake. Most go-karts are equipped with a left-foot brake, which saves time. Getting used to this can take a bit of practice. Avoid slamming on the brakes as this can cause the kart to lose control. Go-kart brakes are typically located on the rear axle, which means that brakes are only applied to the back wheels. So pushing the brakes too hard can cause the back wheels to lock and the kart to slide out. While most people think of brakes as only a way to reduce speed, the best drivers know that they can also help you go faster. When approaching a corner, you want to slow down

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your kart enough so that it can zip around it without losing grip and sliding out. Keeping it tight around the corners can give you a competitive edge over other drivers. Top Tip: Don’t apply the throttle and brake at the same time as this could cause you to spin or lead to the engine cutting out completely. Aim to transition smoothly between throttle and brake by easing off one before moving onto the other.

THROTTLE IT (OR NOT)

Applying the throttle properly is just as important as effectively using the brake. While it may seem tempting to put the pedal to the metal to get the most speed, pro drivers understand the value of throttle control. Giving the throttle too much power during corners can slow you down by causing you to slide out. If you feel the gokart starting to slide, ease off on the throttle to allow wheels to regain their grip on the track. Top Tip: Study the more experienced drivers to assess the racing line and determine where you should re-apply the throttle when cornering.

AROUND THE BEND

Successfully negotiating the corners can make the difference between the fastest and slowest driver. Before you start a race, identify the key corners of the circuit. Maximising momentum for these parts of the circuit is essential to gain a competitive edge. To master the circuit you need to be the fastest on the corners as this is where most novice drivers fall behind. Ultimately, you want to try to gain as much momentum as possible as you enter and exit the corner.

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corners gives more control and helps to avoid sliding out. Now that the speed has been reduced you can turn into the corner. As you turn, try to aim for the apex of the turn on the inside. Ideally, you want to reach this point during the middle of the turn. Top Tip: When racing in wet conditions, the best drivers often find the most grip off the racing line so you may need to adjust accordingly.

the right place to apply the brakes. As you exit the corner, avoid accelerating too late or too hard as this will slow your speed and throw you off the racing line. Instead, focus on picking up as much speed as possible during your exit so that you can slingshot past your opponents. Remember that every corner is slightly different, so you may need to adapt your cornering technique to approach to suit the circuit. Top Tip: Going around corners will inevitably slow you down so it is important to get your kart pointing straight as quickly as possible to reach the highest speed.

put you in the best position to pass drivers that understeer in the corners. It will also allow you to pick up the most momentum so that you can leave other drivers in the dust. Hairpins and chicanes are the most common types of slowspeed corners, so are well suited for overtaking. By braking later, you can gain a competitive advantage and speed past those drivers that brake too early. Don’t forget to use the slipstreams on the straights to overtake too. Top Tip: The best drivers use their judgement and bravery to brake as late as possible when overtaking competitors into corners.

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FULL STEAM AHEAD

Once you have mastered the art of entering and exiting corners, it is time to start thinking about overtaking. Corners are one of the best places on the track to overtake your opponent and success here will depend on how smoothly you can brake and accelerate around them. Always make sure it is safe to overtake before doing so. Then move to the inside as this will

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Alan Whibley continues his drive to get back on track after a few years’ absence with a track day at Brands Hatch. So does our intrepid hero still have what it takes to enter the fray? PART TWO

How ARDS can it be?

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The car chosen was 1600cc Caterham Supersport – white with orange decals, so not easy to miss. A track day was booked at Brands Hatch and a garage reserved just in case the weather was inclement. I am never sure about full race wear on a track day but as this was a step towards a race I thought it best to get the full kit on and at least try and look the part. The driver briefing was as comprehensive as ever at an MSV track day and held in the impressive glass walled suite overlooking the start/finish line. Armed with a briefing wrist band, it was time to tentatively get into the car. Not a lot of room in a Caterham but it soon felt cosy and I was off on the sighting laps. I got out early so stayed in close contact with the guide car, who was showing enthusiastic drivers of all skill levels the right lines. It felt great to be back on track and I tried to enjoy the laps but also to remember to spot the marshals’ posts, lights, flags and the braking, turning, apex and exit points. After three laps, I was back into the pits ready to head out again for the first

proper laps. A marshal walked the line of cars checking wristbands and one by one the cars were waved out. I always find that slightly frustrating; your race suit sleeves are nicely tucked into gloves, then you have to pull out the bands with no time to straighten out again. Perhaps I’m a bit OCD? A quick right, then left at the end of the pit lane, then plant the throttle between the Armco barriers and head out on to the track. Remember to keep inside the pit lane exit line and, wallop, the adrenalin kicks in and we are off. Fantastic. Hold a tight line as we drop down Paddock Hill, check the mirror, let it drift on to the kerb and rush up the hill towards the Druids hairpin. Brake early first lap and not too close to the car in front. Don’t fancy being brake tested just yet. This day was all about checking if I still had anything approaching a race speed; to see if I wanted to get back into racing. The first session was held in brilliant sun but with a dampish track and grip was sort of OK. The lines slowly came


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Out again mid-afternoon and the flow was better. Graham Hill bend about right and taking cars along the bottom straight, so must be getting the hang of it!”

back to me but not anything like the speed needed. Still early in the day, so lots of time to build up. The second session was not really any better and I was having to move over for cars I thought I should pull away from. Time for action! My son Ben had joined me for the day and was alternating sessions in the Caterham and trying out a Ford KA for the new endurance racing series in 2019. So I invited him to take me out as passenger for a few laps to help me dial in.

“More nervous this time as the pressure was on the get some speed up without using Mr Palmer’s grass!” This worked a treat and helped my aged brain. I am a pensioner after all! I got a feeling for the car’s capability – which was some way ahead of mine – and the speed. My initial thought was is he ever going to

break going into Paddock? Best of all though was touching each kerb and carrying full throttle into Surtees. Back into the pit garage, where I was offered a few laps in the KA which I accepted with pleasure. Great fun and I hope we get the chance to take a team into some of the 2019 races. Back out again for a prelunch session. More nervous this time as the pressure was on to get some speed up without using Mr Palmer’s grass! Much better. I was starting to get Surtees OK, better at Druids and Paddock. Still hopeless at Graham Hill bend, too slow, turning in too early and generally painful, including a trip outside the exit kerb. That got a visit from the pit lane marshal who reminded me about track limits. Embarrassing, like being back at school! Lunch over and the pit lane was filling up so out I go. It was starting to come together. I was staying with cars that had been passing me. In session two I was even doing some passing. Then, as we approached the day’s end, a few more cars

were disappearing into the gravel, some at some very strange places and holding up proceedings under the red flag. Out again mid-afternoon and the flow was better. Graham Hill bend about right and taking cars along the bottom straight so must be getting the hang of it! Quick through Surtees and into Clearways and a great drive along top straight into Paddock, braking on the line, turning at the end of the green Tarmac, catching the apex, then powering nicely up to Druids, hold off the power wait, wait, then plant the throttle out of the hairpin. Great job, done it. Still slow but I felt with more time the race speed was getting closer. Stopped with half an hour to go as it was getting a bit lairey with tired and overconfident drivers – no point risking Colin’s car any further. It was a great day and thanks to the BOSS Team who looked after this old codger so well; great attention to detail and tea and biscuits on tap. What more could I ask for? Cannot wait for the first race which will most likely be Snetterton next April. ■ W W W. M OTO R S P O R T D AY S . C O M


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isitors to the British Racing and Sports Car Club (BRSCC) stand at the Autosport show in January 2018 were amused to see the graphic “2018 Champion” on the rear screen of James Coleman’s Porsche 986. However, by the end of the season, it was Adam Southgate who had dominated the Race Boxster Class to take the title. Both drivers were rarely away from the podium all year but by the closing round at Donington, Adam was able to confidently sit out the final race and actually gain points – through the

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“dropped score” rule – to finish a massive 115 points ahead of his rival. He had amassed 16 wins, two seconds and two thirds across the year – just one win short of the record set by doublechampionship winner Rick Styrin. We will have to wait and see if Adam returns in 2019 to make Porsche Drivers’ Association (PDA) history. “For me, this has been a journey that started in 2005, building a 924 racing car in an old barn with some uni mates. Then, through Black Camel Racing, I met my now wife Sarah and together we tried and failed to race a 924 on a shoestring,” said

Adam. “I have to thank everyone that has been involved in the Porsche Championship from 2005 to 2018 for making it the best series in the UK.” Another great rivalry that lasted all year was that between Garry Lawrence and Kevin Molyneux; the pair finishing a mere 10 points apart. Garry had moved to Devon with his wife, thus making trips to race meetings even more of a hike, but it didn’t dull his competitiveness one iota and he was proud of his third in class at the end of the year. PDA chairman Nick Hull would have been in the mix with these two if it had not been for two

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For me, this has been a journey that started in 2005, building a 924 racing car in an old barn with some uni mates” production to full race spec in time for the closing round. Within weeks of the last race, the committee heard of two further Class B cars in build. To provide more options for lowercost Boxster racing next year, the committee has decided to introduce a class for 2.7-engined cars for the first time. Low grid numbers for the 924s meant half points were scored for all but two rounds of the season, meaning those fortunate enough to race at both Oulton Park and

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Donington were able to finish higher in the championship than expected. This included PDA Media Manager Chris Valentine, who landed a career best fourth as a result. Not quite good enough to catch David Jones though, who finished third behind full–season driver Hugh Peart. The Class C title actual went down to the final race of the year, with Gavin Johnson having to finish to be assured of the Championship crown ahead of

Peart. “I’m very lucky and grateful to have the support I have had and am overwhelmed to have won the Championship” said Johnson. “I never saw myself racing Porsches in the late’ 80s / early ‘90s when I used to go to Oulton Park to watch racing with my Dad”. At the end of a year which saw new lap records set at every circuit – thanks at least in part to the new R888R version of the Toyo control tyre – the BRSCC Porsche Championship continues to provide close, competitive racing with a great paddock atmosphere. The provisional calendar for 2019 is already released and with three races at all eight meetings – four of which back up BRSCC’s livestreamed TCR series – this series will continue to provide the costeffective single-marque Porsche racing that it is famous for. ■


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he all-new Nissan LEAF NISMO RC, an electric race car with more than double the maximum power and torque output of its predecessor, was unveiled in December 2018 in Tokyo. This car, which was developed by Nissan’s racing arm, Nissan Intelligent Mobility (NISMO), made its official debut at the Fuji International Speedway, alongside Nissan’s new Formula E electric race car. With dual electric motors, all-wheel drive and an aggressive, restyled body shape, this purpose-built car demonstrates how Nissan’s electric vehicle technology can deliver exciting yet quiet, zero-emission power – a key component of the company’s NISMO vision. The model is equipped with advanced battery technology and drivetrain

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“THE DISTINCTIVE SILVER-AND-BLACK PAINT SCHEME WITH NISMO RED ACCENTS MAKE THIS LEAF SEEM LIKE IT IS IN CONSTANT MOTION, EVEN WHEN SITTING STILL AT THE STARTING LINE” components from the Nissan LEAF, the world’s best-selling electric car. “The all-new NISMO RC shows how we’re setting our sights even higher when it comes to raw power and performance – making electric vehicles even more exciting for customers,” said Daniele Schillaci, Nissan’s global head of marketing, sales and electric vehicles. “It’s our most thrilling expression yet of the philosophy of Nissan Intelligent Mobility.” Powering the NISMO RC are two electric motors at opposite ends of the chassis. The motors produce 240 kilowatts

combined (120 kW each) and an astounding 640 Nm of instant torque to the wheels. They more than double the maximum power and the torque output of the previous NISMO RC, which was introduced in 2011. Drivetrain technology sourced from the new Nissan LEAF includes the high-capacity lithium-ion battery and inverters. A new all-wheel-drive system gives the NISMO RC its outstanding cornering prowess. Power is managed independently to each axle, instantly supplying torque to the tyre with the most grip, to allow the car to maneouvre quickly


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grille highlight the restyled front end. The distinctive silverand-black paint scheme with NISMO red accents – similar to the Nissan Formula E car – make this LEAF seem like it is in constant motion, even when sitting still at the starting line. The car’s three-piece bodywork includes removable front and rear sections, fixed windows, LED head and tail lights, plus an adjustable rear wing for ideal downforce on the Tarmac. It is slightly longer than its predecessor – an overall length of 4,546mm – and a wheelbase that measures 2,750mm. This NISMO RC sits wide and low to the ground, with its wind-cutting form measuring only 1,212mm from roof to road – more than 300mm less than the production Nissan LEAF. ■ W W W. M OTO R S P O R T D AY S . C O M


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YOUR SPORT NEEDS YOU! Motorsport cannot survive without its legions of marshals – from timekeepers to scrutineers; from stewards to clerks of the course. It is a great way to contribute to motorsport as well as experiencing a different perspective of the track he end of the motorsport season is not only a time for celebration and intense campaign planning but is the moment that the British Automobile Racing Club (BARC) launches a recruitment drive for more marshals. Every sporting event organised by the BARC needs marshals and whatever their role, all marshals contribute to the success of the event. Marshalling is a way in which enthusiasts can become actively involved and contribute to the sport.

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All training is given; from fire safety to correct radio operation and team working. There are also opportunities for additional training to work in the pit lane, paddock, rescue units and other specialist areas. Not only do prospective marshals attend formal training sessions, which are held throughout the country, but also spend time working with experienced marshals, who provide on-the-job training. You don’t even need specialist clothing to start with. Just make sure that your clothes, which have to be made of natural fibres, cotton, wool, denim etc, don’t clash with the flag colours (yellow, red, green, blue). Stout footwear – walking boots are ideal – plus some gloves (welders’ gauntlets or leather gardening gloves are fine). Don’t spend lots of money on kit until you have spent a couple of days marshalling to make sure you enjoy it. Anything that you don’t have can probably be borrowed – marshals are a very friendly bunch!

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Marshalling is a way in which enthusiasts can become actively involved and contribute to the sport” Everyone starts as a trainee marshal. To upgrade to Track Marshal requires signatures for 15 days of track and flag duties, plus one training day covering firefighting, flagging and basic marshalling, all of which are delivered at the BARC marshals training days. Once you have completed this, you will be assessed by an examining post chief over two days – one day for flagging and the other for incident duties. The assessments are in no way onerous and are intended to ensure that you are ready for additional responsibility. The assessment is an open discussion; it should be seen as a learning event with constructive criticisms being given during the day. These will ensure that you are ready for your upgrade and round out the experience you have already gained. The more experience you have, the more marshalling opportunities you can apply for. Take a look at all the marshalling roles here, in this exclusive, PROAM guide, and then follow up with the relevant BARC Officials team at the end of this article.

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EXPERIENCED MARSHAL / EXPERIENCED SPEED MARSHAL: Take the lead with incident handling with this role and expect to be mentoring other marshals.

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holder of this title leads a team of marshals to deal with ontrack incidents. In addition, the Incident Officer is responsible for coaching and developing their team’s skills.

FLAG MARSHAL: These

marshals are responsible for communicating with drivers through the use of flag signals and signs. They also support the Post Chief by acting as additional eyes and ears.

POST CHIEF / SPEED POST CHIEF: The most senior marshal on any individual marshals’ post. They are responsible for managing their team and ensuring everyone is prepared for the day ahead. This includes making sure that all the team know what they should be doing and how to do it safely, are comfortable in their role, or are properly supervised by a more experienced marshal, plus confirming that all of the equipment required for the day is available and in good order. During track sessions, the Post Chief acts as an observer. They report to race control things such

as serious incidents, hazards and rule infringements.

EXAMINING POST CHIEF / EXAMINING SPEED MARSHAL: This marshal

performs the same duties as the Post Chief (see above) but are also empowered to assess and approve upgrades for other marshals. An upgrade to Examining Speed Marshal requires that you are nominated by your club and must be approved by Motorsport UK.

DOCTORS: All race events need doctors to provide the high level of emergency medical support that competitors have come to expect. BARC provides ongoing training and support to all of its team members to ensure that they do not find themselves in unfamiliar scenarios.

PARAMEDICS: The BARC

works with paramedics as a key element of its medical team and provides exciting opportunities to attend some of the highest profile motorsport events in the world. Once registered with the MSA, paramedics benefit from medical malpractice insurance when working as a volunteer at an event.

RESCUE: BARC operates

nine rescue units around the country, which attend events of various types including races, sprints, hillclimbs and rallies. The purpose of a rescue unit is to get trained crew members and their equipment to the scene of an incident when called to assist. This should be within 90 seconds of being dispatched at a race circuit. Crew members are marshals who have undergone training in medical skills, extrication and mechanical rescue. They work with doctors and paramedics and use their knowledge and skills to extricate

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an injured or trapped driver. Motorsport UK requires that a rescue unit at a race meeting must have three licensed crew members and a doctor or paramedic. There can also be up to two trainees on the unit. The BARC has minimum requirements for acceptance as a Rescue Trainee – these exceed the Motorsport UK minimum requirements – and so you must have two years marshalling experience, have attended two marshals training days, including firefighting, and preferably hold a valid first aid certificate. If you meet the criteria and would like to become a Rescue Trainee then we can arrange for you to spend some time experiencing working on a rescue unit to see if it is for you.

SPECIALIST MARSHAL:

After initial training, which all marshals have to complete, you may be interested in becoming a specialist marshal. They work in the pits, paddock, assembly area and start line and many marshals split their time between Specialist and Track. All of these areas involve a lot of contact with competitors, team members and the public. Marshals in the paddock must ensure that drivers and their cars reach the assembly area in good time. Here, the marshals will place the cars in the correct starting order, check the scrutineering tickets and ensure that, before joining the track, all drivers are correctly dressed and belted in to their car. Marshals in the assembly area may also have responsibility for assisting the scrutineers in Parc Ferme. Those working in the pit lane are involved in activities such as recording pit stops, dealing with spills and incidents and operating speed guns. Start line marshals are principally responsible for making sure that competitors start from their W W W. M OTO R S P O R T D AY S . C O M


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correct grid position. They also deal with clearing the grid of non-competitors before races and provide warnings of stalled cars. They may also assist with lap charting and with penalty boards and flags.

CLERK OF THE COURSE:

This is the “ringmaster” who controls all aspects of the meeting, from the moment that race entries first arrive until the last result is finalised. At each meeting there will be a number of clerks who are given responsibility for different aspects of the meeting – from keeping to the timetable to taking action against drivers who break the regulations. The senior clerk needs to ensure that everyone knows what their particular responsibilities are for the meeting and by doing so ensure that a fair and level playing field is provided for everyone who is taking part. A clerk needs to have knowledge and understanding of the Motorsport UK regulations – this knowledge is exhibited during a modular training programme, which is usually completed between 12 and 36 months.

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chairman of the group, while the other two are appointed by the club to assist in undertaking certain responsibilities. Its main responsibility is to ensure that the meeting is run as safely as possible and in accordance with MSA regulations. In addition, the stewards act as a review body in the event that competitors are unhappy with a decision made by the clerk. Stewards should have “extensive knowledge” of motorsport and, like a clerk, undertake a modular training programme over a period of time before becoming a Motorsport UK Steward. Club stewards do not need to undertake the modular training but do need to have an understanding of their role.

licensed, Motorsport UK official who attends all BARC events and assist with the technical side of running the race meetings. Scrutineers at each event examine every competing car for general safety and to make sure that the car complies with all the technical regulations of the race in which it will compete as well as all the other technical requirements of the MSA Yearbook. The driver’s personal equipment (helmet and overalls etc) is also examined to ensure that they are in good condition and comply with the appropriate standards and regulations. Scrutineering has to be completed at every event before any car is allowed to commence practice.

TIMEKEEPERS: These are

licensed MSA officials who are required to keep full records of all the times achieved by the competitors during practice sessions, qualifying, heats and races. They use sophisticated electronic equipment to measure the times, including light beams, transponders and computers. The times are compiled into results sheets, which are used to determine grid positions and race results. ■

NEXT STEPS If you are interested in becoming a marshal please email the BARC Officials Secretary, Paula Brown, on pbrown@barc.net or call her on +44(0)1264 882210 and she can provide details of what you need to do next To find out more about working with a rescue units or wish to become a motorsport doctor or paramedic, contact our Rescue Coordinator, Martin Hunt on rescue@barc.net If you heading to an event talk to one of the marshals at the racetrack. They will be more than happy to talk about what is involved


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The Grove & Dean Motorsport Insurance National Driver Rankings, gives you the opportunity to see where you rank nationally against your fellow racers and amongst other racing championships. Drivers from over 60 Motorsport UK (was the MSA) Approved National Championships receive a national ranking to find the number 1 driver, ranking them according to their comparative lap times in qualifying and the races on a weekly basis. A new fun way to compare yourselves in this competitive industry.

1st Place

MICHELLE HAYWARD BARC Clubmans Sports Prototype Championship 100.05

2nd Place JAMIE WHITE BRSCC Fiesta Championship 100.06

3rd Place

STEVEN DAILLY BRSCC Nankang Tyre BMW Compact Cup

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4.......... Ben Short.................................... Davanti Tyres MX5 Cup (750MC)/ MX-5 Super Series (BRSCC)................................100.13 5.......... David Graves.............................. Toyo Tires Production BMW Championship (MSVR)....................................................100.14 6.......... Jim Baynam................................ Lancaster Insurance MG Owners Club Championship (MG).......................................100.16 7.......... Steve Kite.................................... Carbon8 Hyundai Coupe Cup (BARC)............................................................................ 100.17 8.......... Joshua Jackson.......................... Mazda MX-5 Super Series (BRSCC)................................................................................100.18 9.......... Benn Tilley.................................. Luna Logistics Classic Formula Ford (BARC)...............................................................100.18 10........ Daniel French............................. Draper Tools Caterham Roadsports Championship (BRSCC)....................................100.20 11.......... Dennis Strandberg..................... Milltek Sport VW Racing Cup (BRSCC)..........................................................................100.21 12......... Michael Watton.......................... Speed Group F1000 Championship (BRSCC).............................................................. 100.23 13......... Shaun Traynor............................ Gala Performance Toyota MR2 Championship (750MC)............................................ 100.23 14......... Ben Palmer.................................. Michelin Clio Cup Series (BARC)................................................................................... 100.25 15......... Rodren Vella............................... Royal Purple Hot Hatch Championship (750MC)........................................................100.26 16......... Samuel Smith............................. Mazda MX-5 Championship (BRSCC)............................................................................100.26 17......... Graham Malings......................... Gala Performance Toyota MR2 Championship (750MC)............................................ 100.27 18......... Will Blackwell-Chambers.......... Mazda MX-5 Championship (BRSCC)............................................................................ 100.27 19......... Patrick Fletcher.......................... K-Tec Racing Clio 182 Championship (750MC)............................................................ 100.28 20........ Gordon Sawyer........................... Santander Caterham Seven 310R Championship (BRSCC)........................................ 100.28 21......... Jonathan Evans.......................... Petro-Canada Lubricants Porsche Club Championship (PCGB)...............................100.29 22........ Mark Sumpter............................. Petro-Canada Lubricants Porsche Club Championship (PCGB)...............................100.29 23........ Tim Hartland............................... Teekay Couplings Production GTl Championship (BRSCC).......................................100.30 24........ Graham Gant............................... Heritage Parts Centre Formula Vee (750MC)...............................................................100.31 25........ Graham Ross............................... Classic Fuel Solutions MG Trophy Championship (MGCC)........................................ 100.32 26........ Ben Rowe.................................... Gala Performance Toyota MR2 Championship (750MC)............................................ 100.33 27........ Josh Malin................................... Max5 Championship (BARC)..........................................................................................100.36 28........ Steve Poole................................. Kerax Hyperdrive ST-XR Challenge (BRSCC)...............................................................100.36 29........ Brian Trott................................... Mazda MX-5 Championship (BRSCC)............................................................................100.36 30........ Luca Proietti............................... 2CVparts.com Classic Championship (BARC).............................................................. 100.37 31......... Michael Blackburn..................... Kerax Hyperdrive ST-XR Challenge (BRSCC)............................................................... 100.38 32........ Niall Murray................................. Avon Tyres Formula Ford 1600 Championship (BRSCC)........................................... 100.38 33........ Declan Dolan.............................. APL Health Caterham Graduates - Mega / Sigmax (BARC).......................................100.39 34........ David Drinkwater....................... 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35........ James Colbourne....................... Teekay Couplings Production GTl Championship (BRSCC)...................................... 100.40 36........ Matt Rozier................................. Demon Tweeks/Yokohama Classic Stock Hatch (750 MC)........................................100.42 37........ Simon Hill.................................... Teekay Couplings Production GTl Championship (BRSCC).......................................100.42 38........ Pete Walters............................... ALACO Motorsport Logistics Caterham 270R Championship (BRSCC)..................100.42 39........ Rob Baker................................... Cox Motor Parts Civic Cup..............................................................................................100.43 40........ Chris Hutchinson........................ Santander Caterham Seven 310R Championship (BRSCC)........................................100.44 41......... Jack Ashton................................ MGCC Drayton Manor Park MG Metro Cup (BARC).....................................................100.46 42........ Danny Winstanley...................... Avon Tyres Caterham Seven 420R Championship (BRSCC)......................................100.46 43........ Adam Southgate........................ Toyo Tires Porsche Championship (BRSCC)................................................................ 100.47 44........ Connor O’Brien.......................... Super Mighty / Mighty Mini Championship (BARC)....................................................100.47 45........ Oliver Gibson.............................. APL Health Caterham Graduates - Sigmax/Sigmax VCT (BARC)............................. 100.47 46........ Ryan Firth.................................... Classic Fuel Solutions MG Trophy Championship (MGCC)........................................100.49 47........ James Murphy............................ Draper Tools Caterham Roadsports Championship (BRSCC)....................................100.50 48........ Joe Stables................................. Aim Technologies Bikesports Championship (750MC)...............................................100.51 49........ Jason Burgess............................ Classic Fuel Solutions MG Trophy Championship (MGCC)........................................ 100.53 50........ James Ellwood........................... APL Health Caterham Graduates - Sigmax/Sigmax VCT (BARC)............................. 100.53 51......... Matt Maxted................................ Tegiwa M3 Cup (750MC).................................................................................................100.54 52........ Wayne Rockett........................... Carbon8 Hyundai Coupe Cup (BARC)...........................................................................100.54 53........ Mark Burton................................ Demon Tweeks/Yokohama Locost Championship (750MC)......................................100.54 54........ Sam Strong................................. Toyo Tires Production BMW Championship (MSVR)................................................... 100.55 55........ Tom Hill....................................... Alfa Romeo Championship (BRSCC).............................................................................100.56 56........ Adam Bessell.............................. Mazda MX-5 Championship (BRSCC)............................................................................100.56 57........ Oliver Allwood........................... Mazda MX-5 Championship (BRSCC)............................................................................100.56 58........ Harry Gooding............................ Fiesta Championship (BRSCC)....................................................................................... 100.57 59........ Craig Denman............................. Lotus Elise Trophy (MSVR).............................................................................................. 100.57 60........ Daniel Reason............................. Cox Motor Parts Civic Cup.............................................................................................. 100.57 61......... Lee Scott..................................... Demon Tweeks/Yokohama Classic Stock Hatch (750 MC)........................................100.59 62........ William Sharpe........................... Lancaster Insurance MG Owners Club Championship (MG)......................................100.60 63........ John Langridge.......................... Mazda MX-5 Championship (BRSCC)............................................................................100.60 64........ Mike Comber.............................. Mazda MX-5 Championship (BRSCC).............................................................................100.61 65........ Clive Wood................................. Clubmans Sports Prototype Championship (BARC)...................................................100.62 66........ Christian Szaruta........................ Santander Caterham Seven 310R Championship (BRSCC)........................................100.62 67........ Luke Herbert............................... Mazda MX-5 SuperCup (BRSCC).................................................................................... 100.63 68........ Ben Powney................................ Demon Tweeks/Yokohama Locost Championship (750MC)...................................... 100.63 69........ Lee Poolman............................... Super Mighty / Mighty Mini Championship (BARC)....................................................100.64 70........ Colin Wells.................................. Kumho BMW Championship (BARC).............................................................................100.65 71......... Mark Johnson............................. APL Health Caterham Graduates - Sigmax/Sigmax VCT (BARC).............................100.65 72........ Neil MacLennan.......................... Avon Tyres Formula Ford 1600 Championship (BRSCC)...........................................100.65 73........ Ian Crisp...................................... Kumho BMW Championship (BARC).............................................................................100.66 74........ Ronan Pearson........................... Michelin Clio Cup Series (BARC)...................................................................................100.66 75........ John Booth................................. Classic Fuel Solutions MG Trophy Championship (MGCC)........................................ 100.67 76........ Owen Hunter............................... Nankang Tyre BMW Compact Cup (BRSCC)................................................................ 100.67 77........ Michael Eastwell........................ Avon Tyres Formula Ford 1600 Championship (BRSCC)...........................................100.68 78........ Ian Jones..................................... Nankang Tyre BMW Compact Cup (BRSCC)................................................................100.68 79........ Adam Lockwood........................ Gala Performance Toyota MR2 Championship (750MC)............................................100.69 80........ Ben Winrow................................ APL Health Caterham Graduates - Mega (BARC)........................................................100.69 81......... Sean Byrne.................................. Avon Tyres Caterham Seven 420R Championship (BRSCC)......................................100.69 82........ Alan Cooper................................ Santander Caterham Seven 310R Championship (BRSCC)........................................100.69 83........ James Pinkerton........................ Radical SR1 Cup (MSVR)..................................................................................................100.70 84........ Mark Balmer................................ K-Tec Racing Clio 182 Championship (750MC)............................................................100.70 85........ John Mawdsley........................... Teekay Couplings Production GTl Championship (BRSCC).......................................100.70 86........ Stuart Combes........................... Super Mighty / Mighty Mini Championship (BARC).................................................... 100.72 87........ Michael Winkworth.................... Royal Purple Hot Hatch Championship (750MC)........................................................ 100.72 88........ Glenn Burtenshaw...................... APL Health Caterham Graduates - Sigmax/Sigmax VCT (BARC)............................. 100.72 89........ Matthew Turnbull....................... Classic Fuel Solutions MG Trophy Championship (MGCC)........................................ 100.73 90........ Jack Brown................................. Avon Tyres Caterham Seven 420R Championship (BRSCC)...................................... 100.73 91......... Jake Bailey.................................. Mazda MX-5 Super Series (BRSCC)............................................................................... 100.73 92........ Matthew Willoughby................. APL Health Caterham Graduates - Classic (BARC)..................................................... 100.74 93........ John Byrne.................................. Avon Tyres Caterham Seven 420R Championship (BRSCC)...................................... 100.74 94........ Louis Wall................................... Demon Tweeks/Yokohama Locost Championship (750MC)...................................... 100.74 95........ Luke Cooper............................... Avon Tyres Formula Ford 1600 Championship (BRSCC)........................................... 100.74 96........ Elliott Norris............................... Avon Tyres Caterham Seven 420R Championship (BRSCC)...................................... 100.75 97........ Max Hunter.................................. Dunlop Mini Se7en Championship (BARC)................................................................... 100.76 98........ Dick Trevett................................ MGCC Drayton Manor Park MG Metro Cup (BARC)..................................................... 100.76 99........ Lee Bristow................................. Santander Caterham Seven 310R Championship (BRSCC)........................................ 100.76 100...... Gary Smith.................................. ALACO Motorsport Logistics Caterham 270R Championship (BRSCC).................. 100.76 101....... Chris Webb................................. Teekay Couplings Production GTl Championship (BRSCC)....................................... 100.78 102...... William Smith............................. Avon Tyres Caterham Seven 420R Championship (BRSCC)...................................... 100.78 103...... Stephen Nuttall.......................... Avon Tyres Caterham Seven 420R Championship (BRSCC)...................................... 100.78 104...... Nigel Lingwood.......................... Luna Logistics Classic Formula Ford (BARC).............................................................. 100.78 105...... Matthew Tidmarsh..................... Max5 Championship (BARC).......................................................................................... 100.79 106...... David Mellor............................... Lancaster Insurance MG Owners Club Championship (MG)...................................... 100.79 107...... Timothy Heron........................... Gala Performance Toyota MR2 Championship (750MC)............................................100.80 108...... Mark McAleer.............................. Petro-Canada Lubricants Porsche Club Championship (PCGB)...............................100.80 109...... Alex Cursley................................ Carbon8 Hyundai Coupe Cup (BARC)...........................................................................100.80 110....... Jay McCormack.......................... ALACO Motorsport Logistics Caterham 270R Championship (BRSCC)..................100.80 111........ Mick Nicholls.............................. Gala Performance Toyota MR2 Championship (750MC).............................................100.81 112....... James Blake-Baldwin................ Mazda MX-5 SuperCup (BRSCC).................................................................................... 100.82 113....... Andrew Skinner.......................... APL Health Caterham Graduates - Mega (BARC)........................................................ 100.82 114....... Paul Luti...................................... Classic Fuel Solutions MG Trophy Championship (MGCC)........................................ 100.82 115....... Piers Reid.................................... Kumho BMW Championship (BARC)............................................................................. 100.83 116....... Martin Wills................................. Lancaster Insurance MG Owners Club Championship (MG)...................................... 100.83 117....... Paul MaGuire.............................. Davanti Tyres MX5 Cup by 5 Club (750MC).................................................................100.84 118....... Steven McMaster........................ APL Health Caterham Graduates - Sigmax/Sigmax VCT (BARC).............................100.84 119....... Richard Ford............................... Alfa Romeo Championship (BRSCC).............................................................................100.84 120...... Jack Kingsbury........................... K-Tec Racing Clio 182 Championship (750MC)............................................................ 100.85 121....... Damien Harrington.................... Super Mighty / Mighty Mini Championship (BARC)....................................................100.86 122....... Tom Butler.................................. Classic Fuel Solutions MG Trophy Championship (MGCC)........................................100.86 123....... Charlie Burge.............................. Mazda MX-5 Championship (BRSCC)............................................................................ 100.87 124...... Stuart Symonds.......................... Mazda MX-5 Championship (BRSCC) Super Series (BRSCC).................................... 100.87 125....... Tom Allen.................................... Draper Tools Caterham Roadsports Championship (BRSCC).................................... 100.88 126....... Jamie Thorburn.......................... Avon Tyres Formula Ford 1600 Championship (BRSCC)...........................................100.89 127....... Stephen Foden........................... Mazda MX-5 Championship (BRSCC)............................................................................100.89 128....... Simon Griffiths........................... APL Health Caterham Graduates - Mega (BARC)........................................................100.90

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TOP RANKING Michelle Hayward finishes top in the 2018 Grove & Dean National Driver Rankings

BW: You’ve just won the Grove & Dean National Driver Rankings. How does that feel? MH: “It feels fantastic to finish number one out of 1,500 national drivers, the majority of which are men of course. Yeah, that’s pretty cool. I knew I had been in the top 10 rankings for most of the year, but I was really surprised to finish on top. It has been a really good season, the car has been faultless all year, and we were fortunate at times

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with the weather that we made the right tyre choices.” The ratings in percentages have been very close so what did it take to win this? “The last rounds at Silverstone helped me clinch the win. I was up against it, because so many of my competitors had been testing all day on the Friday. I had managed to win the Championship in the round before, but I knew I needed

to put in a great performance if there was a chance of me finishing at the top of the rankings. I managed to break our lap record that meeting – I was trying so hard to get fastest laps.” How did you get into motorsport? “I did some karting while at university. Then, in 2005, I entered a national competition called Formula Woman and


won a place on the grid to race Caterham Sevens. I won several races but had to leave due to lack of funding. Thankfully I got spotted winning at Pembrey and was offered a drive in a Clubmans sportscar.”

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You’ve been competing in the Clubman Sports Prototype Championship, how has the season gone? “I drive a Clubmans Mallock Mk27, 125hp K series. The car is phenomenally quick, with slicks and wings. As it is rear-wheeldrive it handles similarly to a Caterham but its cornering ability is far greater – our lap times are comparable to Formula 3 cars. This season has been my best ever. I took every pole and won 15 out of 17 races. I have broken a few records this year and finally I have my name on the trophy – the first woman to win our Championship.” What are your tips for winning? “I have always been pretty good at putting a qualifying lap together, which is important, but in my early years I spent too much time looking in the mirrors. Racing in the VW Fun Cup Championship in 2016 and 2017 really helped to boost my confidence; it is such a competitive series, constant wheelto-wheel battles. I know I have the natural speed and now I have the race craft and the confidence to go with it.” What’s next for 2019? I am currently looking for opportunities. I would love to drive a 200bhp Clubmans car, or something comparable, like a Radical or LMP car. As a personal fitness trainer, I love the physical challenge and speed of sports car racing, but I did really love endurance racing too; being part of a team. A combination of the two would be an absolute dream come true. Motorsport is reliant on good teamwork and loyal sponsors and it creates the absolute best memories. Taking the win in the Fun Cup night race at Portimao was a personal highlight and being second on the podium at the Spa 25-hour race with my team was the best feeling ever. ■

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he up-coming season will be one of growth for the superbike enginepowered F1000 Championship. The end of the 2018 season brought with it major changes for this 21-year-old championship as its seeks to build on the momentum gained from its rebrand from Formula Jedi to F1000. “We decided to focus on a move to the 750 Motor Club as it is the Home of Affordable Motorsport and one that is more aligned with our strategic purpose,” explained Frazer Corbyn, Championship Manager. “As the only slicksand-wings, single-make, singleseater championship available to club sport competitors, we needed to continue to be available on an affordable basis and the 750 Motor Club is able to help us achieve this.” Giles Groombridge, 750 Motor Club Competitions Manager added: “We’re delighted to welcome the F1000 drivers and the Jedi Racing Cars manufacturer to

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We needed to continue to be available on an affordable basis and the 750 Motor Club is able to help us achieve this” our paddock. It’s great to have a single-seater slicks-and-wings race category back in our portfolio after an absence of five or six years.” New drivers and teams are already lining up for the new season. Two new privateers, Matthew Booth and Matthew Minett, are buying cars and adding them to the grid,. They will join the majority of the 2018 drivers, who have already signalled their intentions to race in 2019. As one of the fastest club championships with uniform performance, competition is expected to be fierce throughout the 2019 season.

Former Champions on the grid, such as Lee Morgan and Andrew Dunn, will line up alongside vastly experienced competitors such as Dan Clowes, Paul Butcher and Adam Walker. Clowes, for example, will be racing in his 25th year, while Walker is registering his 15th season. To balance this experience, newer talent such as Elliott Mitchell, Rob Welham, Jamie Vinall-Meyer, Reece Lycett and Rob Bailey will all be pushing hard to claim their place on the podium. Of course there may well be others, not mentioned here, who will grab a coveted podium – in 2018, 11 of the 22 racers picked up a trophy!


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“For 2019, we have reduced the number of rounds from seven to six, though only dropped two races overall, to 17. Combined with the 750 Motor Club’s incredibly low membership fees and other benefits, as well as our overall reward package, the 2019 season is, we believe, the best single-seater, slicks-and-wings deal around,” explained Frazer. Such a fresh start called for a new title sponsor and 365Hosts stepped up. “365Hosts is a UK business like us and in the current market it’s important that companies like this support each other,” said Frazer. “This series is an excellent match for our business. We strive to deliver the fastest and most stable web-hosting platform within the UK and F1000 is one of the fastest club championships on track”, said 365Hosts founder Chris Withington. “The cars are well presented on track and their online presence is active and attractive as well.” For novice or serious club racer alike, F1000 offers the

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The 2019 season is, we believe, the best single seater, slicksand-wings deal around” opportunity to race in a nondevelopment formula, with trackside spares support. Over the 21 years that F1000, previously Formula Jedi, has been racing, drivers have moved on through to the British GT, Formula 3, even Indy Lights. Others though have remained with the series for many years, moving up through the results table. Based on the user-friendly and great-handling 1000cc bike-engined Jedi Racing Car, the F1000 grid holds 11 championship lap records over 100mph, as well as the outright circuit record for at Cadwell Park. The forthcoming season is also the perfect time for F1000 to launch a new development programme for novice racers

or those stepping up from karting. This programme includes testing and coaching, plus simulator time at iZone. It can be run over any number of months and is designed around the needs of the driver. So the F1000 Championship heads into its 22nd year with a major refresh under its belt. The Jedi Racing car remains as iconic as ever, with a growing fan base. Thanks to a new club, new sponsor, new development programme and new drivers already on the grid, it looks like it will be a great New Year for F1000. ■

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rying to build a racing circuit in the Europe pretty much stops there. Noise limits, infrastructure, location, environment; all these things must be addressed, although some circuits have managed to break the mould with a hefty whack of investment. So, it is a massive loss to motorsport to lose a circuit such as Rockingham. The UK has a massive reach of over 35,000 Motorsport UK licence holders. Although, in reality, there are only a handful of circuits of top pedigree to choose from or which feature on most drivers’ wish lists for a

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It worked, it had the infrastructure, adhering to noise limits and location. But it can also make a lot of money as a car storage facility race season. This has resulted in many championships looking at circuits outside the UK for the occasional race. The new TCR Championship in 2019 will feature as part of its European, bigger brother series. Even Jonathan Palmer, a mere track god, who has taken over circuits such as Snetterton and Donington, has had to deal with major restrictions.

Take a look at Brands Hatch for example. Inaugurated in 1950, but in the present day has neighbour issues. Limited running on the GP circuit to appease the locals results in exclusive and expensive track time on such an amazing circuit which is almost 80 years old! So it is sad to receive the news that Rockingham Motor Speedway has been sold. You


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straight. Although I would have liked to of seen a few changes over the years to the infield, making it bigger and better, but Rockingham has always been a great circuit. What a great history it has had in such a short period. Rockingham opened in 2001, after a spend of £45million, with the bold tag line of “Europe’s fastest racing Circuit”. A true fact; the fastest ever lap on the oval was achieved by Tony Kanaan. He registered 24.719 seconds at an average speed of 215.397mph in a Lola-Ford, CART, overlooked by more than 52,000 seats which unfortunately rarely got filled. W W W. M OTO R S P O R T D AY S . C O M


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What a great history it has had in such a short period. It opened in 2001, after a spend of £45million, with the bold tag line of “Europe’s fastest racing Circuit

When booking a Rockingham track day one had a choice of more than13 configurations with The International Super Sportscar Circuit (ISSC) Long being the favourite and used by the likes of the British Touring Car Championship. This resulted in the famous fight scene between Matt Neal and Jason Plato in qualifying, where their confrontation spilled into the pits. So Rockingham was a circuit that was always in the news. We have also seen a circuit dedicated to oval racing. Rockingham organised and funded American-style Stockcar racing on the oval from 2001 to the end of 2007. Originally known as ASCAR, the series changed its name to “Days of Thunder”, and then to SCSA (Stock Car Speed Association), before re-branding to the MAC Tools V8 Trophy for its final season in 2007. All cars were UK W W W. M O TO R S P O R T D AY S . C O M

variants of the American “ASA National-Tour”. After the recent sale of the venue, Rockingham held a “super send-off” to mark its final day as a racing circuit on 24 November 2018. The race winner was Peter Hardman in the British Automobile Racing Club (BARC) Sports & GT race. A few track days concluded Rockingham’s on-track activity

and sadly much of the site will now be demolished to become a logistics hub for automotive logistic companies. So thank you Rockingham and everyone that has worked, participated or watched motorsport. We hope we see the gates open again in the future... fingers crossed. ■


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he innovative G1 Series has lofty ambitions – to revolutionise racing. This single-make race series aims to provide data to both fans and drivers and change the way racing series will run throughout the world. The G1 plan is quite simple – deliver content to fans to create an exciting and engaging viewing experience while giving drivers the data they need to improve and grow. Launched this year and delivering a second racing season in Varano, Italy, in 2019, the G1 Series aims to connect drivers and fans on one platform. This will offer everyone live video and data, prediction analysis, advanced insights, mixed reality races and much more. Race organiser, Griiip, is promising to convert the data from the entire G1 Series community into knowledge and give it back to the users; so connecting fans, drivers and gamers in a completely new way. This may well change how motorsport functions – from a world of individuals to an environment where everybody shares knowledge to not only

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improve performance but grow a community. The G1 Series is based on data sharing, making skills the key factor in the outcome of races, not budget size. Every time a racer gets behind the wheel of his or her GI, the team at Griiip can analyse the data and provide the racer with tailor-made insights on how to improve driving style and car set-up. In addition, Griiip is the only race car manufacturer in the world that has developed a virtual model to be used in an interactive way, bringing the virtual and real worlds together. Simulator drivers will be able to race against the real G1 drivers, bringing the physical and virtual worlds together for a completely new experience. Meanwhile, viewers will have access to live, real-time video streams from all G1 racecars, allowing them to choose the driver they wish to follow. This real-time, analysed data, with insights and analytics, polls and fan generated content will then bring the viewers closer to the racetrack than ever before. The backbone of the series is the G1, powered by the Aprilia RSV4 engine. This car is based on a Formula 1000 but, unsurprisingly, brings with

it new features and superior performance. All the cars will be fitted with a vehicle-to-vehicle safety system, cutting-edge technology which provides an immediate warning of any hazardous situations on the track. Another unusual addition to this series that the all the G1 drivers will compete in virtual races too. These will count towards the overall series points total score. So, by bringing the gamer and the fan into the motorsport mix, Griiip is probably the only company in the world that is looking to blend the virtual and real motorsport worlds together. ■


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Chassis Tubular 4130 chrome-moly steel space-frame Suspension Double wishbone made from airfoil section, pushrods actuated coil-over dampers and anti-roll bars Aerodynamics High downforce, front and rear twin element wings, front splitter and rear diffuser Engine and Transmission Aprilia RSV4 1000cc engine fitted with drysump lubrication system. 6 speed clutch-less sequential gearbox

Drivetrain First time in Formula 1000! Driveshaft system to limited slip differential. No chain, zero maintenance and higher performance Wheels Lightweight aluminum single-nut rims, 13X8 front, 13X10 rear Brakes Double circuit, 2-pot calipers acting on 256mm diameter disks Fuel 28 litres FT3 FIA fuel tank

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he final months of 2018 were pretty memorable for former Formula 1 racer Karun Chandhok. Not only did he become a father for the first time and announce that he was re-joining the Sky Sports Formula 1 presenting team for the 2019 season, but he also officially opened the first MotorsportDays LIVE show at Silverstone. So an ideal opportunity to chat with this talented racer – who had just hot-footed it to the Northamptonshire track from the Mexico Grand Prix pit lane. Not surprisingly, our conversation started with Lewis Hamilton’s victory at Hermanos Rodriguez. “Obviously it was a very special weekend for Lewis – winning his fifth World Championship,” said Karun. “It was an amazing achievement and something only two people in the history of our sport [Juan Manuel Fangio and Michael Schumacher] have achieved before. As a Grand Prix I think it was fantastic. It is the first time since Monaco that we have had three teams in contention on merit and in a straight fight, with Max once again underlying why he is a future star and one of those special, once-in-ageneration talents. “On the whole I think the double header – Austin [USA] and Mexico – were both very exciting races. Kimi winning in Austin was hugely popular, despite the fact that he never says anything.” The Formula 1 fan base has a bit of a Marmite (love/hate) relationship with Lewis Hamilton, despite him being the most successful British driver in the history of Formula One. Karun Chandhok is no stranger to the Formula One circus himself – as a former driver and a TV presenter – so does he think that young drivers can learn from Hamilton? “I think the key thing is that Lewis delivers when it counts on a Saturday and a Sunday,” said


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“GEORGE RUSSELL IS GOING INTO FORMULA 1 WITH HIS EYES WIDE OPEN. HE RECOGNISES THAT HE IS NOT WALKING INTO A TEAM LIKE LEWIS DID AT MCLAREN. IT’S GOING TO BE HARD WORK, HE IS GOING TO HAVE TO GRAFT BUT GEORGE SEEMS UP FOR THE CHALLENGE” Karun. “Every human being is different – I think that is good – if we were all the same life would be boring. Lewis gets his mental stimulation and his way to wound down by staying busy. He manages to keep up all of his training discipline while jetting across to do his fashion shows and his stuff in LA and all of the rest of it. “At the end of the day, when you get to qualifying, especially when you get to Q3, you have got two sets of tyres so you have got to nail the lap. There is nobody better on the planet since Ayrton Senna than Lewis Hamilton and as long as he keeps delivering that it is quite hard to fault all the other stuff that he’s doing, or to question all the other stuff he’s doing. I think ultimately it comes down to what keeps him in the right mental space when he arrives at the racetrack to deliver.” There will be a new, British driver on the grid next season, George Russell. What advice would Karun give him before he starts his first Formula 1 season? “George doesn’t need any advice from me! I think that a) he’s a fast racing driver and b) I have known George for a very long time. I first met him here at Silverstone, he was racing in Formula Ford at the time and his team-mate was a young kid called Arjun Maini who I manage. Arjun was actually a lodger in George’s sister’s house

so we got to know George quite well. I have followed George throughout his career and he is very down to earth. “Williams is having a tough period at the moment and we don’t yet know what next year’s car is going to be like,” Karun added. “Certainly, George is going into it with his eyes wide open. He recognises that he is not walking into a team like Lewis did at McLaren, winning races straight away. It’s going to be hard work, he is going to have to graft but George seems up for the challenge. “I had lunch with him last Sunday in Mexico and he spent his first weekend with Williams, shadowing the team. It was his first time being in the meetings, seeing how they operate! He seems really motivated and hungry for the challenge ahead. So how different was Karun’s journey into the heady heights of Formula 1? “Coming from a country like India was always going to be a challenge. We have 1.2billion people and only two Formula 1 drivers, so that kind of sums up the challenge involved in some ways. We never had a go-kart track when I grew up – I have never did a go-kart race in my life.” He continued: “It is only when you get to the UK and start competing against people in Formula 3, who’ve been doing

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10 or 12 years of karting before that, that that you realise the disadvantage. They put a new set of tyres on and know how to extract the grip straight away and know how to drive on cold tyres or how to drive when conditions are a bit tricky! I had never driven in the wet until I rocked up to do Formula 3, which is bonkers but it’s the truth! “So there were certainly a lot of disadvantages. The advantage, from a marketing standpoint, was that you had a story that was different and that helped to open certain doors with sponsors, that sort of thing. “Really the biggest challenge to any driver is that step into Formula 1. There have been thousands of drivers who have continued until Formula 3000 or Formula 3 and haven’t made that final step. A lot of it is about timing. Look at George Russell. He is in the right place at the right time. The driver market in F1 has been more fluid than at any time before and all of a sudden a couple of seats have opened up. Politics have played a hand and the fact that Esteban Ocon is not going to have a seat and all of a sudden George is there to capitalise on it. Karun continued: “It was a similar thing for me. I did GP2 in 2007 – 2009 and in 2010 the FIA opened up the entry to four new teams. All of a sudden it meant that there were eight new seats on the grid and that opened the door for people like Bruno Senna, Lucas di Grassi, Nico Hulkenberg and me, who were not in F1. We’d all raced at GP2 together and were able to make that step up. “Although, to take a step back, I had run out of money in 2005 and stopped my F3 season halfway through and had actually accepted a job to be a team manager for an F3 team in 2006. We were sorting out the paperwork for my work permit to come back as a team manager and I got this deal to race in Asia. W W W. M OTO R S P O R T D AY S . C O M


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“ALL OF A SUDDEN I WENT FROM DOING A DAY JOB AS A TEAM MANAGER TO RACING GP2. THAT IS JUST THE RIGHT PLACE AT THE RIGHT TIME AND SOMETIMES I THINK THERE IS AN ELEMENT OF THAT IN THE SPORT” “Along the way I met Bernie [Ecclestone] and we started doing some things for the Indian Grand Prix. Bernie introduced me to Helmut Marko and Dany Bahar, who at that time was at Red Bull. We got talking and it opened the door for me to be on the Red Bull Programme. All of a sudden I went from doing a day job as a team manager to racing GP2. That is just the right place at the right time and sometimes I think there is an element of that in the sport.” So what chance do the aspiring young hopefuls of today have of getting into Formula 1. Former racer and MSV founder Jonathan Palmer is thought to have said that the door to Formula 1 has been bricked up. Does Karun concur with that theory at all? “I don’t think the door has been bricked up at all,” said

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Karun., “otherwise people like George [Russell] and Pierre Gasly wouldn’t have the opportunity and it now looks like Alexander Albon, another F2 driver, is going to get a chance. There are plenty of young drivers coming in. You have got Charles Leclerc, Verstappen has just turned 20 so many young drivers now on the F1 grid. “However, I would say that it is much harder to get to Formula 1 as there are only 10 teams. You think back to the early ‘90s, you had free qualifying because you had 32 cars on the grid. Those seats aren’t available anymore. “People often ask me ‘what was the point of Minardi’, or ‘what was the point of these teams running around at the back?’ The point was to give these young drivers an opportunity, Fernando Alonso, Mark Webber etc. I think F1 does

miss that. You do miss having two or three small teams that open the doors for young drivers and because of that we are seeing more people go down the sportscar route and GT racing. The latter has got enormous grids at the moment – sportscar racing with Le Mans prototypes has got huge grids. You are getting a lot of young drivers who are committing very early on in their careers, saying ‘I don’t think I am going to get to F1 so I am going to go down this path’.” In fact, Karun is more concerned about keeping the personnel that Formula 1 has already attracted and so has called for the end of Friday practice. “The Grand Prix in Austin, Texas, could underline why we need to get rid of Friday practice. First of all there are 21 grands prix in a year. It is all well and good for me – when I was driving or now working in television – I rock up on a Thursday morning and leave on a Sunday night. For the mechanics and personnel involved in the teams, they leave home on a Monday, maybe Tuesday and are there for a week at a time. So that is 147 days that they are out of the country and away from their families, away from home. Plus the testing, throw in all the other things and all of a sudden it’s quite hard. “Teams are struggling to hold on to personnel. People are


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thinking of work/life balance and thinking, ‘actually we we could go to WEC or Formula E and do 10 or 12 weekends; earn a bit less money but we get to spend more time with our families. I think having an extra day at home for people would be good first of all. Secondly, it would be cheaper for the teams, have less running. “A lot of fans have tweeted me saying: ‘We’ve paid to have three days of track activity and we feel cheated’. Well, I think you will have a better grand prix on the Sunday if the teams haven’t had Friday. We saw that in Austin. Friday was a washout, they didn’t have reams of data to look at, they couldn’t get the drivers in the simulators on Friday night studying and replaying the data from the track. Therefore, there was a degree of unpredictability going into Sunday. “The same in Mexico. They didn’t know what the tyres were going to do, they didn’t know what the degradation of the strategy was going to be and there were unknowns and we had two great grands prix. So to me it’s going to be cheaper and be more unpredictable. So, if you are a fan, wouldn’t you rather see a better race on Sunday rather than cars going around and around in circles in a meaningless session on a Friday?” Unsurprisingly, Karun already

has ideas on how to use that Friday for other things. “Maybe make the drivers do fan events; get a load of older cars out and do some demos, I do some stuff with Williams and the older cars. Bring the Mansell 92 car and do a demo; the fans love it. Or use the Friday for young driver tests – if a promoter, say Silverstone, is keen to have contemporary F1 running on a Friday, force the teams to do a one-hour P1 session but only with young drivers. One car each and it means that the young drivers get a chance to get mileage. Now that testing is banned pretty much in season – they only get two days – it would mean that all these F2 drivers get an opportunity to drive a Formula 1 car.” Of course, when Karun Chandhok was racing there were no shows like MotorsportDays LIVE, which enables drivers to test on track before committing to a series. So how helpful would a show like this be to those just starting their own motorsport journey? “I think it would be really helpful, particularly as you are able to scale the event, grow the event and get different manufacturers involved,” he said. “If you are planning on getting into a particular championship with multiple manufacturers rather than a single make then it is useful. How do you choose,

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for example, if you are going into Formula Ford, to chose to drive a Van Diemen, a Swift or a Minardi or whatever? Similarly, if you are starting off and want to do some club racing do you want to spend your money buying a Radical or do you think, maybe I prefer a saloon car or something a bit different. There is a great deal that you can learn in just 15 minutes driving one of these cars. So there is great value in that. “My own case was a bit unique, a bit different, I followed a trajectory that was well established at the time. Don’t forget that came up at a time when the British Formula 3 was the championship that every young driver aspired to be in. Today it is very different and what we have here at Silverstone with MsD is much more relevant today than it would have been 10 years ago because you have so many different championships. “What does a kid coming out of karting do? Drive LMP3 cars and go down the sportscar route or drive single seaters and try and chase the F1 dream? Or do they choose saloon cars and go down the touring car path? For all of these options there is high value in what is happening here.” ■

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PRO-AM PRODUCT TEST

REGULATION UNIFORM PRO-AM’s Editor Ben Whibley put Walero’s temperature-regulating base layers through its paces out on track arlier in the year, Walero offered me the chance to experience its temperatureregulating base layers, featuring technology used by NASA astronauts. It is important to note that regulation is the key word here. This is not a sub-zero item to keep you cool or hot but an item of clothing which helps regulate your core body temperature. As most racers know, race suits are hot, especially after a test or race session. Magnify that with sitting next to a boiling hot engine or exhaust for half an hour and it is very hot. So these fully flameretardant, base layers are scientifically designed by a driver, for drivers, to regulate body temperature, enhance driver performance and ensure maximum comfort. That driver is Fiona James (owner, founder and racing driver) who has never accepted OK but has always strived for more. Fiona James’s background is at the highest levels of equestrianism, having fielded

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several horses up to Olympic level. So she is well accustomed to pushing the limits and using technology to find that next 0.01s, always seeking that next incremental gain. When James was sat in her Praga R1, strapped in and ready to go, she was already being affected by the heat given off by her car, the elements and inadvertently, the insulating safety wear that she was wearing. So, she set herself a challenge: find a solution to heat stress suffered by drivers. From this, Walero was born. My initial test of the Walero clothing one could say was quite the opposite. It was at my local track, Brands Hatch, on a cold day and I got kitted up, ready for the test day. Out the bag, you can tell the Walero is a well thought out product - nicely packaged – and the quality was far greater than the usual layers I have worn previously. I put the layers on, along with my suit, and got comfortable in the car and that was it. I felt comfortable and my body temperature was perfect. I was driving a Caterham, so a full open top car, fully exposed

I’ve even started to use the Walero in motorcross and other sports. A multiuse item like this is essential and is an item you will always see in my kit bag ready for my next race meet to all the elements but I could feel none of the usual draft or unnecessary compression. Of course as an amateur racer you expect your race clothing to lose shape with washing, but over the past six months the Walero layers haven’t lost their shape at all. This is crucial and I’ve even started to use these layers during the off-season, in motocross and other sports. A multiuse item like this is essential and is an item you will always see in my kit bag ready for my next race meet. So thank you Walero for providing the perfect, regulating layers. My only regret is that it doesn’t have the same effect on my racing lines! ■


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The MSVT TrackDay Champions of 2018 reflect on this season’s racing, their plans for next year and why this Championship is the perfect place to start a motor racing adventure

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TEAM: FRUGAL RACING CAR: 1997 CATERHAM SUPERSPORT DRIVER: BEN SIMONDS DRIVER: CALLUM MCDOUGALL Ben Simonds: “The season went really well results wise, although it was not without incident. We came to the S Class after winning the A Class last year and we’ve succeeded. I first started out doing a couple of rounds in Class B of the TrackDay Championship (TDC) in an MR2 and then bought the Caterham to do Class A, working through to the S Class. “The car is a 1997 Caterham Supersport- she has had just about everything done, more than once! The engine was a 1.4k Series and believe it or not, it is still the same block, just in its third iteration. We had it built professionally this year which is why we could jump to the S Class.” Callum McDougall: “We have been racing the same car we built for last season, although we made a few tweaks to it over the winter. I say a few tweaks – Ben’s sponsor very kindly donated a new engine which was custom-built for the car. It is a great car – very different to the others out there.” Ben Simonds: “We have tried all sorts of things – mostly finding success by putting it on wide track. We have a metric wide track on an imperial Caterham chassis! We would just strap on whatever

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would fit and give it a go. Although we bought some expensive suspension and she ran a second a lap slower so we ripped it off again. We have been trying anything we can within our budget to get a little bit more out of her but it turns out most of it was in us, we just keep improving. It has been great to have a team-mate [like Callum] that pushes me like that.” “It has been a bit of a rite of passage getting back into motorsport from karts – with a long gap in between – but it’s been great to be part of the TDC family. I am now going to move on from TDC though. It has been great but we have gone as far as we can. So I am going to race some other Caterhams, to see how I fare in a one-make series.” Callum McDougall: “My plans are a bit up in the air so Ben has bought me out of my share of our Caterham. Time is now quite a factor – I’ve recently changed jobs which meant that I have been away for a lot of this season – but am keeping my options open. I intend to get back out there and I intend to keep supporting the guys here at MSVT. Come in, enjoy it and do what you can. It’s a great series, so if I can get back in it I will. My advice to those new to TDC is not to take it too seriously. It is really good fun and a perfect platform for starting a motor racing hobby. I think too many people though start in their early or mid-20s or mid-40s and expect that somehow they are going to be pro racing drivers. Trust me, when you get to know a few real, professional racing drivers, you know it’s not going to happen. W W W. M O TO R S P O R T D AY S . C O M

Just enjoy it. The camaraderie in the paddock is fantastic and the way the guys run it is really friendly and relaxed.” Ben Simonds: “When I was asked last year what my advice would be to those new to the series I said, ‘It’s just fantastic, just do it’. It remains the same today. The TDC is a great environment thanks to the support you get from the staff, the competitors; you feel like they want you to race. That what’s important to me – to get out there and race at the end of the day. There is nothing like going up the inside of someone and hoping for the best. The nice thing about this Championship is that the guy you are going up the inside of is aware of it but he’s not going to put everything on the line to stop you and he’ll get you coming out of the corner if you balls it up. It’s the perfect place to learn, it really is.”

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TEAM: APPLE CAR CENTRE CAR: RENAULT CLIO DRIVER: JORDAN HONEYBONE DRIVER: RAY HONEYBONE Jordan Honeybone: This is my first year and it exceeded my expectations by far. My first race was at Snetterton and I thought ‘yes’. I wasn’t sure what to expect but as soon as I went out I got


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the buzz and managed to come third I think. I then came through the rounds and kept getting results. Coming into the last race at Brands Hatch I was only one point behind the class win and so there was all to play for. It was a hard race but I managed to get it. I enjoyed this last race the most. The class leader, John Lynes, was right behind me for the whole half hour I was out. He put a lot of pressure on me but I managed to keep ahead of him – the highlight of my year.” Ray Honeybone: “To be honest we were not really looking at the Championship. However, after Zandvoort we did the calculations. We started looking at the scoreboard and we realised that we were second in class B and third overall in the Championship. We had to beat John Lyne of Tylah Motorsport to win class B. I don’t think there was ever more than a couple of seconds between us throughout the whole race! Anybody watching probably thought we were racing for the race win but really we were racing for the Championship – whoever came across the line first won the Championship and thankfully, I think by 0.3 of a second, it was us! It was a bit of a nail-biter!” Jordan Honeybone: “Our Clio Cup car is one of the new spec and I hadn’t driven it before this year. Its sequential gearbox definitely helped a lot and its all on the flappy paddles, that was the main thing. Also it is a fully-built racecar – that is what gave us the edge I think.”

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Ray Honeybone: This year has gone quite well really. We have had our problems in the past – the last couple of years have be pure hell really. In fact, we were happy just to start a race – let alone finish it – often we didn’t even get through qualifying! But this new car has brought us reliability. In the past all we had were niggly problems. No matter how hard you tried to prepare something else went wrong, but the new car has gone perfectly all year. Racing alongside my son has been something to enjoy. It’s been a while coming – he’s had his licence for a couple of years – but from day one he’s been quick. A few mistakes along the way but Jordan’s learnt from them. Again that last race [at Brands Hatch] is testament that he has got what it takes! “Next year will be more of the same. This is a very friendly place to race – the whole paddock is one big racing family.”

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TEAM: TYLAH MOTORSPORT CAR: BMW E30 DRIVER: DEAN HYDE “We finished every race so I think the BMW is a good choice for this Championship. It’s quite a simple car – not too many ECUs or electronics. The highlight for me was the chance to race on the Brands Hatch Grand Prix circuit. You don’t

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get the opportunity to drive it much and so that was a good feeling. Even if money was no object I would stick with the BMW E30 and this Championship. It’s a good Championship and my advice to anyone thinking about entering would be to give it a go. Everyone helps you out. “My plans for 2019 are to do as many TDC races as possible in the same car. I hope to do them all and win a few trophies.”

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TEAM: GOBLIN RACING CAR: SEAT LEON CUPRA R DRIVER: MARTYN CULLEY “The series didn’t start so well for me as I had a DNF while running fourth. Although from that moment on, my season turned around and I think I had four class wins. With my Dad, who races with me, I think we even had a one/two at one point and finished on top of Class A. “Until this year we’ve been used to sprinting these cars for 15-20 minutes. We needed to make a few changes on the car for a 45-minute race. Having done that first race, I then needed to go back to basics – have a look at the cars and get them sorted. From then on we had a pretty good season. “Reliability was a bit of an issue. The set up on the car means is runs on a 3½-degree camber

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and the tyres cannot take it. It is no fault of the tyres. I use them for as long as possible as I’m an absolute shoestring racer. I think I had five minutes to run at Silverstone and had a puncture which ended my race, with me in the lead at that point! I was absolutely gutted. “I will probably come back next year and defend the Championship. I am also looking at building a Citroen C1 for the endurance championship. We have also looked at EnduroKA, although with me and my Dad running two cars with two trailers, we cannot run the same weekend with a KA and the Seats we already have. So it might be the C1 and the Seats again. Although if budget was no option I would race touring cars. I know I’m a front-wheel drive driver – I know that straight from the off – so any FWD cars in the touring cars. I would love to have a crack at that. “MSV was one of the reasons I chose this Championship. I used to run in the Volkswagen Audi group and I liked the way they run their championships. They listen to their drivers. Motorsport without any drivers is just watching an empty track! So, for me, organisation and listening is key and Sam and Stewart do exactly that.” ■


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34.....................................Alessandro Albano.............................. 108 35.....................................Colin Way................................................81 36.....................................Robert Marshall.....................................74 37.....................................Andrew Prince.......................................69 38.....................................David Ashforth..................................... 60 39.....................................James Stanbury.....................................43 40.....................................Colin Edmond..........................................0 40.....................................Jason Bagley............................................0 40.....................................John Williams..........................................0 40.....................................Andrew Partridge....................................0 40.....................................Philip De Simone-Wood.........................0

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BMW COMPACT CUP Position Driver Name Total Points 1........................................Steven Dailly....................................... 594 2.......................................Matthew Parkes................................... 541 3.......................................Tom Griffiths........................................ 519 4.......................................Ben Huntley.......................................... 518 5.......................................David May............................................ 504 6.......................................Mark Skeats......................................... 470 7.......................................Keith Towers....................................... 468 8.......................................Matthew Flowers................................ 439 9.......................................Craig Jamieson................................... 432 10.....................................Mike Doble........................................... 381 11.......................................Ian Jones..............................................376 12......................................Simon Welch........................................367 13......................................Martin Gadsby......................................358 14......................................Alan Corfield....................................... 345 15......................................Tim Scott Andrews..............................338 16......................................Paul Hinson..........................................333 17......................................Aaron Morgan...................................... 331 18......................................Gordon Macmillan...............................329 19......................................Owen Hunter........................................326 20.....................................Mikey Doble......................................... 315 21......................................Jim Barratt.......................................... 304 22.....................................Wayne Flint......................................... 270 23.....................................Nick Edmond...................................... 269 24.....................................Liam McGill.......................................... 244 25.....................................Philip Sharpe........................................ 241 26.....................................Brendan Murphy..................................227 27.....................................Philip Adcock....................................... 215 28.....................................David Sharp.......................................... 210 29.....................................Ray MacDowall.................................... 153 30.....................................Chris Hack............................................ 149 31......................................Andrew Woodbine.............................. 142 32.....................................Craig Arkell.......................................... 136 33.....................................Jonathan Atkinson.............................. 130

Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Renault Clio Sport 182.......Patrick Fletcher............. 412 2...............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Jack Kingsbury..............401 3...............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Ryan Polley.....................377 4...............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Mark Balmer...................377 5...............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Don de Graaff................. 351 6...............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Andrew Tibbs.................329 7...............Renault Clio Sport 182.......James Sundler................274 8...............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Ross Boorman................263 9...............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Matt Digby......................259 10.............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Scott Edgar.................... 249 11...............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Simon Donoghue.......... 249 12..............Renault Clio Sport 182.......James Gahagan............. 207 13..............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Jay Daniels.................... 202 14..............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Terry Roughton.............. 168 15..............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Richard Preece............... 166 16..............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Kevin Condon.................160 17..............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Gareth Tansey................ 156 18..............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Stephen Langton........... 154 19..............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Edward Falkingham...... 142 20.............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Christian Lawrence........ 125 21..............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Gary Bayton......................88 22.............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Mark Fish...........................78 23.............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Danny Rough.................... 73 24.............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Brian Passmore................72 25.............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Simon Harrison................62 26.............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Rob Phillips......................52 27.............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Nick Garner.......................52 28.............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Thomas Hall..................... 46 29.............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Stephen Richardson........ 37 30.............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Michael Ward...................36 31..............Renault Clio Sport 182.......David Hitchin....................35 32.............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Peter Greaves...................26 33.............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Jason Powell.................... 16 34.............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Steve Kersey......................13 35.............Renault Clio Sport 182.......Nathan Miller.....................12

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BIKESPORTS 2018 CLASS A Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Radical SR3 RSX.................Lee Torrie........................ 122 2...............Radical PR6.........................Richard Stables............... 117 3...............Radical PR6.........................Doug Carter......................83 4...............Radical SR3 / PR6..............Joe Lock.............................71 5...............Radical SR3.........................Robert Rees......................63 6...............Radical SR3.........................Ashley Hicklin...................55 7...............Radical SR3 / Reynard.......Adrian Reynard................55 8...............Radical SR6.........................Ian Charles........................ 37 9...............Spire GT3.............................David Palmer....................35 10.............Radical SR3.........................Richard Hardie.................32 11...............Radical PR6.........................Bill Henderson..................29 12..............Radical PR6.........................Richard Gillman............... 16 13..............Radical SR4.........................Joe Stables....................... 10 14..............Radical PR6.........................John Gillman...................... 8 15..............Radical SR4.........................Andrew Kimpton.................1

BIKESPORTS 2018 CLASS B Position Car 1..................... Radical 2.................... Radical 3.................... Radical 4.................... Radical 5.................... Radical 6.................... Radical 7.................... Radical 8.................... Radical 9.................... Radical 10.................. Radical 11.................... Radical 12................... Radical 13................... Radical 14................... Radical 15................... Radical 16................... Radical 17................... Radical 18................... Radical 19................... Radical 20.................. Radical 21................... Radical 22.................. Radical 23.................. Radical

Driver Name Total Points SR3 RS..............Joe Stables.....................144 PR6...................Phil Cooper.......................97 SR3 RS..............Chris Preen.......................95 SR3...................Mark Grason.....................53 PR6...................Mark Boot........................ 50 SR3 RSX...........Tony Barwell.....................47 SR3...................Andy Chittenden.............43 SR3 RSX...........Sean Peters.......................39 PR6...................Chris Bell........................... 37 SR3 RS..............Julian Caldwell.................36 SR3...................Brian Caudwell.................35 SR3 RSX...........Adrian Williams.............. 30 PR6...................Julian Griffiths....................0 SR3 RS..............Charles Graham..................0 SR3 RS..............Aaron Bailey.....................27 SR3...................Charles Adrian.................26 PR6...................Duncan Keith.....................17 SR3...................Anthony Ayres................. 16 SR3 RSX...........James Barwell.................. 16 SR3 RSX...........Bruce Crawley.................. 16 SR3 RSX...........Paul Pearce........................15 SR3...................Ashley Hicklin....................13 PR6...................Neil Harris......................... 10

CLUB ENDURO 2018 CLASS A Pos Car Driver Name Total Points 1...... BMW E46 M3.........Andy Baylie / Luke Schlewitz...............53 2..... BMW E46 M3.........Carl Readshaw / Daniel Taylor............ 50 3..... BMW E46 M3.........Julian McBride / Geoff Steel................48 4..... Porsche 997...........Price / McLeod / Clutton..................... 44 5..... BMW E46 M3.........Rob Meredith..........................................39 6..... BMW E92 M3.........Darren Ball............................................... 37 7..... BMW E46 M3.........Andy Marston / Brett Evans..................33 8..... Honda Civic...........Martin James...........................................28 9..... BMW E46 M3.........Kevin Dengate / Chris Lovett...............27 10... BMW E36 M3.........Bill Forbes...............................................23 11..... BMW E92 M3.........Luke Sedzikowski / Adam Shepherd.. 20 12.... Seat Leon TCR.......Guy Colclough / Stewart Lines.............17 13.... BMW E46 M3.........Russell Clarke...........................................17 14.... BMW E36 M3.........Phil Keen / Del Shelton......................... 16 15.... BMW M4.................Harrison / Brown / C Brown..................15 16.... Porsche Cayman...Lance Gauld / Alistair Gauld................. 11 17.... BMW E36 M3.........M Webb / T Webb / Woodwiss............. 11 18.... Seat Supercopa.....Cunniffe / Jones / Rodgers.................. 10 19.... BMW E46 M3.........Phil Dryburgh / John Brown...................9 20... BMW E36 M3.........Rory Hinde / Owen Fitzgerald...............6 21.... BMW Z3..................Matt Cherrington / Louis Wall................ 3 22... Aston Martin GT4..Martin Buckland / Nathan Harrison....... 3 23... Civic Type-R..........Mark Harris / Rob Howard...................... 2 24... BMW E46 M3.........Shen Ping Yuan / Chia An Yang............. 2 25... Porsche GT4..........Fareed Ali.................................................. 2 26... BMW E46 M3.........Matthew Wallis / Simon Wallis............... 2 27... Mazda RX8 FD.......Jonny MacGregor / Josh Tomlinson......0

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CLUB ENDURO 2018 CLASS B Pos Car Driver Name Total Points 1...... Porsche 968................Matt Faizey.........................................77 2..... BMW E36 M3..............Salmon / Starkey / Maxted..............48 3..... Porsche Boxster.........Steve Cheetham................................45 4..... BMW 130i....................Colin Gillespie.................................... 37 5..... VW Scirocco...............Paul Ivens / Chris Hoey....................35 6..... VW Golf.......................Tony Hobson / Jonny Sharp............33 7..... BMW E36 M3..............Jody Halse / Cemal Osman.............32 8..... Peugeot RCZ..............Campbell / Legget / Smith............. 30 9..... MR2 / Lotus Exige.....Leon Bidgway / Andy Chapman......21 10... Honda S2000.............Stuart Daburn / David Trigg........... 20 11..... Rover Tomcat.............David Roberts / James Roberts...... 19 12.... Porsche Boxster.........Andy Mollison / David Drinkwater..18 13.... Honda Civic Type-R...Rob Harrison / Jordan Fox...............18 14.... VW Golf.......................M Parsons / L Ryder / R Ryder.........17 15.... BMW E36 M3..............Edward Christie / Anthony Gay.......15 16.... Mazda MX5..................Scott Ferguson / Steven Andrew.... 14 17.... Posche Cayman..........Simon Clark........................................ 14 18.... Porsche 996 C2..........Richard Higgins / Callum MacLeod.11 19.... Lotus Exige.................N Maduz / D Jude / A Henderson.....9 20... Seat Supercopa..........Stephen Cunniffe / Mark Jones.........4 21.... BMW E36 M3..............Mason Booth / Simon Glenn..............4 22... Mini Cooper S.............M Hathaway / S Hathaway..................1 23... Lotus Elise S2.............Adrian Medieros / John La Master.....1 24... Mini Cooper S.............Andy Marston........................................1 25... Caterham Sigma.........Ethan Burnett/ Andrew Goord...........1 26... Mini Cooper S.............Mark Geraghty / Ian Bonthrone.........1

CLUB ENDURO 2018 CLASS C Pos Car Driver Name Total Points 1...... BMW E36 328i............Steve Hewson / Matt Nossiter.........79 2..... BMW E36 Compact...Andrew Winchester / Josh Orr.......54 3..... Mazda MX5..................Graeme McMurchie / Nick Dougill..48 4..... Mazda MX5..................Munro/Duffy/Hammond/Andrews..47 5..... Mazda MX5..................Paul Sheard / Steve Dolman............43 6..... BMW E36 328i............Nik Grove / Carlo Turner...................31 7..... Mazda MX5..................Geoffrey Gouriet / Russel Tamplin.30 8..... Mazda RX8..................Liam Crilly..........................................22 9..... BMW E46 325i............David Downie......................................21 10... Mazda MX5..................Alec Livesley / Justin Newnam...... 20 11..... Civic Type-R...............M Lloyd-Jones/A Lindsay/GHaynes.18 12.... BMW E36 Compact...Michael Downie................................. 16 13.... MG ZR..........................Cruttenden/Broadbent/Ballard...... 14 14.... Ginetta G40................Stefan Nadajaran / Jamie Stanley.. 14 15.... Mazda MX5..................C Cooper / R Cooper / S Cooper.....12 16.... Ford Fiesta ST............R Kearney / C Lovett / A Duncan....12 17.... Renault Clio................R Carter / S Calverley / S Goff......... 11 18.... BMW E46 325i............Graham Kelly....................................... 11 19.... Mazda MX5..................Brittle / Read / Willetts / Bessel.... 10 20... BMW E36 Compact...Ivor Mairs............................................ 10 21.... Mazda MX5..................Chris Webster / Stuart Hall................9 22... BMW 320is..................Yusuf Osman / Ali Osman.................. 7 23... Mazda MX5..................Kevin Dengate / Chris Lovett............6 24... Honda Civic Type-R...Adam Reid / Mark Morton.................6 25... BMW E36 328i............Sam McKee / Adam Mealand.............6 26... Mazda RX8..................Jonny MacGregor / Josh Tomlinson.4 27... Porsche 924S..............Lee Sharples / Roger Bracewell........4 28... Mazda MX5..................Michael Kirk / Dan Brown.................. 3 29... Mini Cooper S.............Kristy Brooks / Robert Brooks.......... 2 30... Ginetta G40................Ian Anderson / Amanda Black.......... 2 31.... Mini Cooper S.............Vicky Brooks........................................ 2


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HOT HATCH 2018 CLASS A Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Honda Integra DC2............Ben Rushworth............... 134 2...............Honda Civic.........................Stephen Sawley............. 120 3...............Ford Fiesta ST.....................Alistair Camp....................82 4...............Honda Civic Type-R...........Martin Ward......................78 5...............Honda Civic Type-R...........Benjamin Leach.............. 49 6...............Renault Clio Cup.................Phillip Wright................... 19 7...............Renault Clio Cup.................Alex Tait............................ 16 8...............Honda Civic.........................Jonathan Swift................... 8 9...............Honda CRX..........................Jeff Cooper......................... 8 10.............Honda Civic Vti...................Neal Martin......................... 7 11...............Honda Civic.........................Rich Hockley.................1812 Honda Civic Type-R............................Chris Coomer...................24 13..............Peugeot 205 Gti.................Neil Stringfellow.............. 19 14..............Honda Civic Type-R...........Paul Waterhouse...............17 15..............Ford Fiesta ST.....................Alistair Camp.....................17 16..............Renault Clio 182..................Jay Daniels....................... 16 17..............Peugeot 106 Rallye............Andrew Neal...................... 11 18..............Citroen Saxo VTS...............Jordan Holmes................. 10 19..............BMW 325Ti..........................Joe Geach........................... 8 20.............Mini Cooper S......................James Canfer...................... 8 21..............Citroen Saxo VTR...............Chris Bicknell..................... 5 22.............MG ZR...................................Matthew Broadbent.......... 5 23.............BMW 325Ti..........................Neil MacDonald..................4 24.............BMW 325Ti..........................Matt Page............................ 3 25.............Citroen Saxo VTS...............Marcus Bicknell...................1 26.............BMW 325Ti..........................Stuart Rolfe.........................1

HOT HATCH 2018 CLASS B Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Honda Civic Type-R...........Rodren Vella...................160 2...............Honda Civic Type-R...........Phillip Wright................. 138 3...............Honda Civic Type-R...........Dawn Boyd....................... 91 4...............Renault Clio 172..................Callum Houchen...............78 5...............Honda Civic Type-R...........Christian Lyne..................77 6...............Ford Fiesta ST.....................Leon Shepherd.................59 7...............Honda Civic Type-R...........David Sadowski................52 8...............Honda Civic Type-R...........Oliver Barsby.....................51 9...............Renaul Clio 182...................Ryan Polley.......................43 10.............Honda Civic Type-R...........Jon Peerless..................... 41 11...............Citroen Saxo VTS...............Shaun Green.....................35 12..............Honda Civic Type-R...........Chris Coomer...................24 13..............Peugeot 205 Gti.................Neil Stringfellow.............. 19 14..............Honda Civic Type-R...........Paul Waterhouse...............17 15..............Ford Fiesta ST.....................Alistair Camp.....................17 16..............Renault Clio 182..................Jay Daniels....................... 16 17..............Peugeot 106 Rallye............Andrew Neal...................... 11 18..............Citroen Saxo VTS...............Jordan Holmes................. 10 19..............BMW 325Ti..........................Joe Geach........................... 8 20.............Mini Cooper S......................James Canfer...................... 8 21..............Citroen Saxo VTR...............Chris Bicknell..................... 5 22.............MG ZR...................................Matthew Broadbent.......... 5 23.............BMW 325Ti..........................Neil MacDonald..................4 24.............BMW 325Ti..........................Matt Page............................ 3 25.............Citroen Saxo VTS...............Marcus Bicknell...................1 26.............BMW 325Ti..........................Stuart Rolfe.........................1

HOT HATCH 2018 CLASS C Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Citroen Saxo VTR...............Michael Winkworth........ 174 2...............Ford Fiesta ST.....................Mac Dr Evil McCarthy....109 3...............Citroen Saxo VTR...............Ian Williamson............... 107 4...............Citroen Saxo VTR...............Robert Fagg................... 102 5...............Mini Cooper.........................Charlie Collins..................70 6...............Citroen Saxo VTR...............Chris Woods.....................63 7...............Citroen Saxo VTR...............Paul Kaynes......................59 8...............Peugeot 106 Rallye............William Hornsey..............54 9...............Ford Fiesta Si......................Joe Benn...........................42 10.............Peugeot 106 Rallye............Tony Hobbs.......................35 11...............Peugeot 306 Gti-6.............Christopher Farr..............32 12..............Peugeot 106 Rallye............Jon Hobbs.........................26 13..............Citroen Saxo VTR...............Charlie Cole......................24 14..............Citroen Saxo VTR...............Joe Dickens...................... 16 15..............Mini / BMW Compact........Adam Read....................... 14 16..............Citroen C2 VTS...................Paul Cockerell.................. 14 17..............Vauxhall Corsa....................David Measday................. 14 18..............Citroen Saxo VTR...............Wayne Shackleford......... 10 19..............BMW Compact....................William Clifford.................. 8 20.............Ford Fiesta ST.....................Ray Kearney....................... 2 21..............BMW Compact....................Ivor Mairs.............................1

TEGIWA M3 CUP Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................BMW E46 M3......................Tom Coller..................... 248 2...............BMW E46 M4......................Nick Williamson............. 219 3...............BMW E46 M5......................David Whitmore............ 177 4...............BMW E46 M6......................Paul Cook........................ 158 5...............BMW E46 M7......................Graham Crowhurst.........140 6...............BMW E46 M8......................Nigel Ralphson.................93 7...............BMW E46 M9......................Wayne Lewis....................75 8...............BMW E46 M10.....................Simon Walker-Hansell.....52 9...............BMW E46 M11......................Samuel Carrington-Yates.51 10.............BMW E46 M12.....................Daniel Pestana................ 40 11...............BMW E46 M13.....................Sam Taylor....................... 40 12..............BMW E46 M14.....................Alex Knight.......................38 13..............BMW E46 M15.....................Kevin Dengate..................36 14..............BMW E46 M16.....................John Brown...................... 30 15..............BMW E46 M17.....................Steve Crawford............... 30 16..............BMW E46 M18.....................Sheng Ping Yuan............. 30 17..............BMW E46 M19.....................Chris Nylan........................21 18..............BMW E46 M20....................Julian McBride..................12 19..............BMW E46 M21.....................Luke Sedzikowski...............1

RACEPARTS 750 FORMULA Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Racekits Falcon..................Mark Glover....................232 2...............Cowley MkIV.......................Bill Cowley......................226 3...............PRS 1b..................................Ed Pither......................... 201 4...............CGR Evo2.............................Chris Gough.................... 186 5...............SS/F......................................Bob Simpson.................. 186 6...............Darvi Mk4/5........................Peter Bove...................... 162 7...............Racekits Merlin...................Martin Kemp.................... 131 8...............Racekits Falcon..................Daniel Welsh.................. 127 9...............Diet 17..................................Paul Morris...................... 102 10.............Darvi Mk5/14B....................Thomas Driscoll..............101 11...............Darvi 597.............................Sue Harris.........................99 12..............Batten 3...............................Bill Rutter..........................88 13..............Mystic T4.............................Rod Hill...............................71 14..............Centaur................................Conway Daw.....................67 15..............ADR 750F............................James Jeffrey................... 57 16..............Racekits Falcon..................Andrew Kemp................. 50 17..............Phoenix Fire Mk2................Huw Davies.......................43 18..............BFS.......................................Tony Brazier.....................24 19..............Racekits Falcon..................Oliver Collett.....................21 20.............Ingham Mk3.........................Michael Jacobs..................15 21..............Darvi 91D.............................Andrew Lake.....................12 22.............ADR T5.................................Ulric Hillam.........................6 23.............Racekits Falcon..................Tonin Matia..........................1 24.............GRM/750.............................Graham Rice........................1

MR2 2018 Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Toyota MR2 MkII.................Shaun Traynor................327 2...............Toyota MR2 MkII.................Ben Rowe....................... 304 3...............Toyota MR2 MkII.................Chris Thomas................. 250 4...............Toyota MR2 MkII.................Paul Cook........................237 5...............Toyota MR2 MkII.................Darren Aldworth............225 6...............Toyota MR2 MkII.................Shane Mansbridge......... 212

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Roadster.........Graham Malings............ 205 MkII.................Timothy Heron............... 189 MkII.................Matthew Smith................ 113 Roadster.........Johnathan Grimes.......... 113 Roadster.........Mick Nicholls.................. 108 Roadster.........Peter Higton................... 107 MkII.................Josh Brooks....................100 MkII.................Sam Harper.....................100 MkII.................Matthew Allen..................85 MkII.................Pete Seely.........................77 Roadster.........Matthew Rowe.................74 MkI..................Adam Lockwood...............71 MkII.................Wayne Lewis....................67 MkI..................Daniel Bryant....................62 MkII.................William Powell.................59 MkI..................David Hemingway............58 MkII.................Gavin Aldworth.................51 Roadster.........Thomas Malings.............. 49 MkII.................Arron Bowman-Smith.....42 Roadster.........Maxine Nicholls................42 MkI..................Gareth Baxter...................38 MkI..................Neil Stratton.....................34 MkII.................Matthew Welford.............33 Roadster.........Stuart Nicholls..................31 MkII.................David Rowe.......................31 MkII.................David Shead.................... 30 Roadster.........David Mustarde............... 30 MkII.................Michael Nash................... 30 MkII.................Jim Davies........................29 MkII.................Stuart Brierley..................27 MkII.................William Gallacher............25 MkII.................Andrew Ruthven..............24 MkI..................Phillip O’Halloran.............22 MkII.................Tim Stracey.......................22 MkI..................Dominic Earley.................22 MkI..................Patrick Stoner..................22 MkII.................Gary Paterson.................. 19 MkI..................Danial Farmer....................18 Roadster.........Scott Hughes.....................18 MkI..................Paul Lawrie........................17 MkI..................Neale Hurren.....................17 MkII.................Wags Firmin......................17 MkII.................Simon Quinn......................17 MkII.................Michael Japp.................... 16 Roadster.........Paul Hutson...................... 14 Roadster.........Paul Callaway....................13 MkII.................Robert Wells......................12 Roadster.........Andrew Strange............... 10 MkI..................Arron Pullan........................9 MkII.................Jonathan Gomm................ 7 MkII.................Dawn Tumbridge............... 5 MkII.................Chris Valentine...................4 MkII.................Dan Bowden.......................4 MkI..................Adrian Barnes.....................4 MkII.................Barry Johnson....................4 Roadster.........Michael Wells.....................4 Roadster.........James Bishop.....................4 MkII.................Oliver Thoday.....................4

RGB 2018 Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Spire GT3S...........................Billy Allbone.................. 306 2...............Mittell MC-53.......................Christopher Wesemael.280 3...............Mittell MC-53.......................Paul Smith.......................277 4...............Spire GT3S...........................Mark Betts.......................232 5...............Spire GT3.............................James Walker................. 214 6...............Spire GT3.............................Colin Spicer.................... 210 7...............Spire GT3.............................Colin Chapman............... 188 8...............Mittel MC-52b.....................Daniel Larner.................. 187 9...............AB Sabre T2A......................Tim Hoverd.....................160 10.............Spire GT3S...........................Jonathan McGill.............. 119 11...............Spire GT3S...........................John Cutmore................. 115 12..............Spire GT3S...........................David Watson.................. 113 13..............Spire GT3.............................Stephen Dean.................. 112 14..............Spire GT3.............................Phil Hutchins..................109 15..............Mittell MC-53.......................Danny Andrew................104 16..............Spire GT3.............................Ryan Yarrow..................... 91 17..............MK Contour.........................Ian Kempson.....................75 18..............TGM Pulsar..........................Sam Cook..........................66 19..............Contour................................Drew Faulkner..................65 20.............Spire GT3.............................John Whatley...................63 21..............Spire GT3.............................James Fowley................... 61 22.............Procomp Phoenix...............Oliver Hewitt....................58 23.............Spire GT3S...........................Anthony Reid...................42 24.............Spire GT3.............................Vincent Dubois.................29 25.............Spire GTR.............................Andrew Timpson..............25 26.............BDN S3.................................Neal Gardiner....................13 27.............Wildmoor DM1 RS..............Charlie Thomas.................. 3

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RGB SPORTING CUP Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Spire GT3S...........................Mark Betts.......................232 2...............Spire GT3.............................James Walker................. 214 3...............Spire GT3.............................Colin Spicer.................... 210 4...............AB Sabre T2A......................Tim Hoverd.....................160 5...............Spire GT3S...........................Jonathan McGill.............. 119 6...............Spire GT3.............................Phil Hutchins..................109 7...............Spire GT3.............................Ryan Yarrow..................... 91 8...............Spire GT3.............................Stephen Dean...................78 9...............MK Contour.........................Ian Kempson.....................75 10.............TGM Pulsar..........................Sam Cook..........................66 11...............Contour................................Drew Faulkner..................65 12..............Spire GT3.............................John Whatley...................63 13..............Spire GT3.............................James Fowley................... 61 14..............Procomp Phoenix...............Oliver Hewitt.................... 57 15..............Spire GT3S...........................Anthony Reid...................42 16..............Spire GT3.............................Vincent Dubois.................29 17..............Spire GTR.............................Andrew Timpson..............25 18..............BDN S3.................................Neal Gardiner....................13 19..............Wildmoor DM1 RS..............Charlie Thomas.................. 3

SPORT SPECIALS 2018 CLASS A Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Cyana MK2...........................Rob Johnston................. 128 2...............MK Indy RR..........................Matthew Booth.............. 123 3...............FRS Arrow 2........................John Moore.....................100 4...............Westfield V8.......................Darren Berris....................87 5...............Sylva Phaser........................Nigel Brown......................83 6...............Procomp LA Gold...............Adrian Cooper..................63 7...............Cyana MK2...........................Anton Landon..................54 8...............Chronos Mk2.......................Andy Hiley........................53 9...............FRS Arrow 2........................Ben Coles.......................... 41 10.............CB Fulcrum..........................Colin Benham...................38 11...............Eclipse SM1..........................Martin Gambling.............. 37 12..............Tiger RS6.............................Mick Grant.........................33 13..............Sylva Phoenix......................Martyn Hayward.............. 30 14..............Westfield 7 SE.....................Mark Hextall......................27 15..............AB Typhon...........................Stephen Ward..................26 16..............Tiger R10.............................Tom Griffiths.....................23 17..............Eclipse SM1..........................Clive Hudson.....................17 18..............Cyana MX500......................Colin Childs.......................17 19..............Caterham 7..........................Andy Toone.......................15 20.............SEWC SubZero...................Steve Wells.........................9 21..............Caterham 7..........................Ed Fuller.............................. 7 22.............Westfield 7..........................Brian Dean.......................... 7 23.............Tiger R10.............................Gary Davison...................... 5 24.............Caterham 310R...................Simon Cassey..................... 5 25.............Eclipse SM1..........................Paul Collingwood.............. 2 26.............Sylva Stryker.......................Peter Robinson...................1 27.............Eclipse SM1..........................Paul Boyd.............................1

SPORT SPECIALS 2018 CLASS B Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Locost 7...............................Lee Emm............................13 2...............Rogue Xenon.......................Leighton Norris.................13 3...............Sylva Clubman....................Olly Samways....................13 4...............Sylva Phoenix......................Marcus Roskill.................. 14 5...............STM Phoenix........................Martin Buckland................13 6...............Sylva Phoenix......................Alan Robinson.................. 14 7...............Sylva Phoenix......................Bridgette Smart................12 8...............STM Phoenix........................Rhys Walters.......................4 9...............Rogue Xenon.......................Alex Knight......................... 2 10.............Caterham Sigmax...............Stuart Thompson............... 2 11...............Procomp LA Gold...............Brendon Dudley................. 2 12..............Ginetta G20.........................Ian Ingram........................... 2 13..............Tiger Avon...........................Colin Childs.........................1 14..............Locost MX7..........................Oliver Batten...................... 2 15..............Rogue Xenon.......................Anthony Knight.................. 2 16..............Caterham Roadsport.........Simon Goodwin..................1 17..............Rogue Xenon.......................Andrew Knight....................1

SPORT SPECIALS 2018 CLASS C Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................MEV MX150R.......................Sylvia Mutch.....................65 2...............MEV MX150R.......................Stewart Mutch................. 44 3...............MEV MX150R.......................Mickey Scott.....................36 4...............MEV MX150R.......................Alex Claridge....................26 5...............MEV MX150R.......................Kevin Dengate...................18 6...............MEV MX150R.......................Russell Clarke.....................9


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CLASSIC STOCK HATCH 2018 Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Ford Fiesta XR2i.................Lee Scott......................... 218 2...............Peugeot 205 GTi................Matt Rozier...................... 211 3...............Ford Fiesta XR2i.................Marcus Ward.................. 209 4...............Vauxhall Nova GSi..............Edward Cooper.............. 173 5...............Ford Fiesta XR2i.................Martin Cayzer................. 166 6...............Ford Fiesta XR2i.................Andy Philpotts............... 162 7...............Ford Fiesta XR2..................Pete Morgan.................... 131 8...............Peugeot 205 GTi................Stewart Place................. 105 9...............Citroen AX GTi....................Andrew Thorpe.............. 102 10.............Ford Fiesta XR2i.................Scott Ward........................84 11...............Vauxhall Nova GSi..............Jason Wood......................78 12..............Peugeot 205 GTi................Daniel Fillingham.............74 13..............Ford Fiesta XR2i.................Paul Brock......................... 73 14..............Peugeot 205 GTi................Martin Rodgers................55 15..............Vauxhall Nova GTE.............Pip Hammond...................48 16..............Ford Fiesta XR2..................Steve Groom.....................48 17..............Peugeot 205 GTi................Derek Rozier.....................42 18..............Peugeot 205 GTi................Ryan Clarke..................... 40 19..............Ford Fiesta XR2..................Ben Ward.......................... 37 20.............Peugeot 205 GTi................Paul Rozier........................34 21..............Peugeot 205 GTi................James Haslehurst.............34 22.............Ford Fiesta XR2..................Richard Groom..................31 23.............Peugeot 205 GTi................Scott Woodhead..............28 24.............Peugeot 205 GTi................Matthew Stubington........26 25.............Ford Fiesta XR2i.................Alan Duly...........................18 26.............Ford Fiesta XR2i.................Jason Watkinson..............18 27.............Ford Fiesta XR2i.................Geoff Bluff........................ 14 28.............Peugeot 205 GTi................Darren Brassingthwaite.... 8 29.............Suzuki Swift GTi MK2.........Craig Robertson................. 7 30.............Peugeot 205 GTi................Mac Jessop......................... 7 31..............Ford Fiesta XR2i.................Richard Kelsall................... 5 32.............Ford Fiesta XR2..................David Darlington...............4 33.............Rover Metro Gti..................Dan Willars..........................1

VEE 2018 CLASS A Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Bears GAC...........................Craig Pollard..................262 2...............GAC......................................Daniel Hands..................235 3...............WEV.....................................Graham Gant................. 220 4...............Sheane Jordan....................Ian Jordan....................... 198 5...............Storm....................................Tim Probert.................... 179 6...............GAC/Daghorn.....................Ian Buxton....................... 117 7...............Maverick...............................James Harridge...............114 8...............Spyder Mk2..........................Peter Belsey....................114 9...............AHS Dominator...................Steve Ough..................... 108 10.............AHS Challenger..................Andrew Cooper.............. 108 11...............Bears GAC...........................Paul Taylor...................... 103 12..............Sheane TWR CW................Bill Garner..........................71 13..............Storm SE2............................Sam Engineer...................69 14..............AHS Challenger..................Christian Goller................65 15..............Sheane.................................Jimmy Furlong.................63 16..............Sheane.................................Colin Gregory................... 61 17..............Bears GAC...........................Alexander Jones..............52 18..............Bears GAC...........................Jamie Harrison.................47 19..............Storm....................................Ben Miloudi...................... 46 20.............AHS Dominator...................Richard Lanyi................... 41 21..............AHS Dominator...................David Leniewski.............. 40 22.............RTV Sheane.........................James Cater......................38 23.............GAC......................................Maurice Gloster................38 24.............AHS Challenger..................Dave Wallis.......................35 25.............TCR Challenger...................Peter Studer.....................34 26.............AHS Dominator...................Craig Bell..........................33 27.............Ray........................................Mark Egan..........................31 28.............Spyder MK2.........................Vaughn Jones....................31 29.............AHS Dominator...................Neil Aldridge....................28 30.............GAC......................................Jason Chatten..................28 31..............GAC......................................Gavin Buckley...................21 32.............AHS Challenger..................Richard Waddingham......21 33.............Scarab..................................John Hughes.................... 20 34.............GAC......................................Ed Lowndes..................... 20 35.............AHS Challenger..................John Hartin........................18 36.............GAC......................................Ian Rea...............................17 37.............Sheane W4B.......................Chris Wilsher.................... 16 38.............Storm SF1.............................Francis Twyman................15 39.............Filari Tasso...........................Phil Waterhouse............... 14 40.............Sheane MK1.........................Martin Snarey....................13 41..............Sheane.................................Rory Melia..........................12 42.............Bears GAC...........................Michael Richards...............12 43.............Spyder..................................William Stenning.............. 11 44.............Scarab Mk2..........................Andrew Crighton............. 10 45.............AHS Challenger..................Richard Rainbow............... 8 46.............Predator...............................Peter Cann.......................... 8 47.............GAC......................................Michael Oldknow...............6 48.............Scarab Mk5..........................Matt Topham...................... 5 49.............GAC......................................Jake Hockley.......................1 50.............AHS Dominator...................Peter Kennerley..................1

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VEE 2018 CLASS B Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................AHS Challenger..................Andrew Cooper............. 254 2...............Sheane TWR CW................Bill Garner....................... 183 3...............Spyder MK2.........................Vaughn Jones................. 170 4...............Bears GAC...........................Jamie Harrison............... 166 5...............Maverick...............................James Harridge..............160 6...............RTV Sheane.........................James Cater.................... 137 7...............AHS Challenger..................Richard Waddingham.....111 8...............Sheane W4B.......................Chris Wilsher..................104 9...............Sheane MK1.........................Martin Snarey.................. 60 10.............Sheane.................................Rory Melia.........................54 11...............Scarab Mk2..........................Andrew Crighton.............39 12..............Filari Tasso...........................Phil Waterhouse...............38 13..............Spyder..................................William Stenning.............34

LOCOST 2018 Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Locost........................... Mark Burton..........................326 2...............Locost........................... Martin West...........................288 3...............Locost........................... Ben Powney......................... 249 4...............Locost........................... Louis Wall.............................. 196 5...............Locost........................... Thomas Gadd.......................160 6...............Locost........................... David Winter......................... 157 7...............Locost........................... Paul Clark.............................. 153 8...............Locost........................... Jack Coveney........................140 9...............Locost........................... Timothy Penstone-Smith.... 135 10.............Locost........................... David Mason......................... 132 11...............Locost........................... Chris Pyke............................. 130 12..............Locost........................... Tim Neat................................. 118 13..............Locost........................... Geoff Peek............................104 14..............Locost........................... Ian Allee..................................89 15..............Locost........................... Murray Shepherd....................85 16..............Locost........................... Shaun Brame...........................79 17..............Locost........................... Dave Berry..............................74 18..............Locost........................... Richard Jenkins......................74 19..............Locost........................... Peter Hatfield..........................71 20.............Locost........................... Matt Graux...............................71 21..............Locost........................... Craig Land...............................65 22.............Locost........................... Karl Ruijsenaars......................63 23.............Locost........................... Oliver Batten..........................59 24.............Locost........................... Kevin Straw.............................48 25.............Locost........................... Garry Brandon........................47 26.............Locost........................... James Millman........................47 27.............Locost........................... Jack Johns............................. 44 28.............Locost........................... Dominik Jackson....................43 29.............Locost........................... Gregory Smith........................39 30.............Locost........................... Barry Stuart............................39 31..............Locost........................... Glenn Boyer............................ 37 32.............Locost........................... Peter Wood............................. 37 33.............Locost........................... Samir Abid..............................33 34.............Locost........................... Colin Marshall.........................32 35.............Locost........................... Trevor Faunch.........................25 36.............Locost........................... David Johns............................24 37.............Locost........................... Rob Apsey...............................22 38.............Locost........................... Andrew Tait..............................21 39.............Locost........................... Victoria Baldwin..................... 19 40.............Locost........................... Kevin Leech.............................18 41..............Locost........................... Michael Lax..............................17 42.............Locost........................... Mark Robert.............................15 43.............Locost........................... Jay McNally............................. 14 44.............Locost........................... James Chapman......................13 45.............Locost........................... James Lewis-Barned..............12 46.............Locost........................... Lee Emm.................................. 11 47.............Locost........................... Clive Mackenzie..................... 10 48.............Locost........................... Tom Robinson...........................9 49.............Locost........................... Keith Malpus.............................9 50.............Locost........................... David Jones..............................9 51..............Locost........................... Lee McNamara.......................... 8 52.............Locost........................... Danny Andrew.......................... 7 53.............Locost........................... Jacob Leighton........................ 7 54.............Locost........................... Stephen Wright........................6 55.............Locost........................... Ernie Gushlow...........................6 56.............Locost........................... Janette Malpus.........................6 57.............Locost........................... Steve Paddock..........................4 58.............Locost........................... Lee O’Hara................................4 59.............Locost........................... Jonathan Higgens....................4 60.............Locost........................... Keith Fryer................................4 61..............Locost........................... Lee Dolby.................................. 3 62.............Locost........................... Paul Kaynes............................... 3

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BGS CLASSIC VW CUP Position Driver Name Total Points Overall 1st.................. VW Vento............................Alex Kite Overall 2nd................ VW Corrado........................Ken Lark Overall 3rd................. SEAT Leon .........................Bradley Kaylor 1st Class A.................. VW Corrado........................Ken Lark 2nd Class A................ SEAT Leon...........................Bradley Kaylor 3rd Class A................ SEAT Leon...........................Nick Sanderson 1st Class B.................. VW Vento............................Ales Kite 2nd Class B ............... VW Golf...............................Alistair Lindsay 3rd Class B................. VW Golf...............................Nick Penfold

11.................................. Adam Croft............................................... 271 12................................. Charles Elliott...........................................255 13................................. Barry White..............................................237 14................................. Richard Vale............................................. 173 15................................. Peter Marsh............................................... 164 16................................. Luke Cooper............................................. 162 17................................. Spencer Fortag........................................ 154 18................................. Julian Viggars.......................................... 150 19................................. Andy Molsom............................................ 119 20................................ Steven Robertson..................................... 119 21................................. Nicholas Haryett....................................... 115 22................................ Stephen Arnell.......................................... 94 23................................ Stuart Thompson.......................................92 24................................ Bronek Masojada...................................... 90 25................................ Martin Collier..............................................79 26................................ Mark Gibson................................................78 27................................ Bob Wilson ................................................69 28................................ Ryan Scarratt..............................................65 29................................ Christopher Buckley..................................58 30................................ Tom Canning..............................................48 31................................. Michael Downing.......................................47 32................................ Martin Jeffs.................................................42 33................................ Tim Rowbottom.........................................28 34................................ Mark Noaro.................................................27 35................................ Peter Marshall............................................26 36................................ Colin Loughlin.............................................18 37................................ Graham Goodwin.........................................9 38................................ Declan Dolan................................................ 2

1st Class C.................. VW Golf...............................Nick Leston 2nd Class C................ VW Golf...............................Paul Foreman 3rd Class C................. VW Golf...............................Rory Baptiste

CATERHAM CLASSIC GRADUATES Position Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Matthew Willoughby...............................382 2.................................. Robin Webb..............................................373 3.................................. Marc Noaro...............................................355 4.................................. Graeme Smith.......................................... 349 5.................................. Mark Carter...............................................333 6.................................. Iain Kinghorn............................................ 331 7.................................. Trevor Harber........................................... 312 8.................................. Peter Tattersall........................................ 306 9.................................. Michael Segal.......................................... 284 10................................ Andrew Cooper....................................... 268 11.................................. Darren Grainger....................................... 187 12................................. Matthew Carpenter.................................. 139 13................................. Nigel Liddell...............................................52 14................................. Paul Gardener............................................23

CATERHAM MEGA GRADUATES Position Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Declan Dolan............................................389 2.................................. Ben Winrow............................................. 365 3.................................. Simon Griffiths.........................................362 4.................................. Kevin Barrett............................................353 5.................................. Andrew Skinner.......................................327 6.................................. Mark Jones................................................ 312 7.................................. Kim Rayment........................................... 294 8.................................. Toby Briant...............................................278 9.................................. Neil Sturgess............................................ 261 10................................ Daren Ford................................................ 164 11.................................. Colin Loughlin............................................93 12................................. Mark Harrison.............................................86 13................................. Matthew Waltham......................................75 14................................. Roger Ford.................................................56 15................................. Christopher Savage...................................47 16................................. Paul Elliott..................................................43 17................................. John Benfield.............................................29

CATERHAM SIGMAX GRADUATES Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Jamie Ellwood......................................... 368 2.................................. Oliver Gibson.......................................... 368 3.................................. Jamie Winrow..........................................355 4.................................. Mark Johnson...........................................355 5.................................. Samuel Wilson.........................................327 6.................................. Glenn Burtenshaw...................................325 7.................................. Steve McMaster........................................ 321 8.................................. Harry Cramer............................................ 312 9.................................. Ben Gillias.................................................285 10................................ Gareth Cordey..........................................275

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CNC HEADS SPORTS/SALOON CLASS A Position Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Paul Rose....................................................111 2.................................. Steve Harris................................................43 3.................................. James Aukland...........................................24 4.................................. Duncan Aukland.........................................22 5.................................. Guy Carter...................................................21 6.................................. Tony Ellis..................................................... 14 7.................................. Ric Wood.................................................... 14 8.................................. Stephen Keenan..........................................13 9.................................. Piers Grange.................................................4 10................................ Darren Smith................................................ 3 11.................................. Dominic Jackson..........................................0

CNC HEADS SPORTS/SALOON CLASS B Position Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Luke Armger...............................................68 2.................................. Paul Dobson...............................................63 3.................................. Tim Foxlow.................................................47 4.................................. Paul Woolfitt..............................................36 5.................................. Jon Woolfitt...............................................23 6.................................. Tony Ellis......................................................15 7.................................. Karl Mason................................................... 11 8.................................. Andrew Southcott..................................... 10 9.................................. Steve Rowles................................................ 7 10................................ Roddie Patterson......................................... 5 11.................................. Thomas Carey.............................................. 3 12................................. Drew Myerscough........................................ 3 13................................. Patrick Smyth................................................1

CNC HEADS SPORTS/SALOON CLASS C Position Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Luke Armger...............................................68 2.................................. Paul Dobson...............................................63 3.................................. Tim Foxlow.................................................47 4.................................. Paul Woolfitt..............................................36 5.................................. Jon Woolfitt...............................................23 6.................................. Tony Ellis......................................................15 7.................................. Karl Mason................................................... 11 8.................................. Andrew Southcott..................................... 10 9.................................. Steve Rowles................................................ 7 10................................ Roddie Patterson......................................... 5 11.................................. Thomas Carey.............................................. 3 12................................. Drew Myerscough........................................ 3 13................................. Patrick Smyth................................................1


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CNC HEADS SPORTS/SALOON CLASS D Position Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Garry Wardle..............................................83 2.................................. Oliver Thomas............................................72 3.................................. Mike Hurst...................................................43 4.................................. Dan Crossley............................................... 16 5.................................. Allan Davies.................................................13 6.................................. Phillip Morris...............................................12 7.................................. Ralph Underwood.......................................12 8.................................. Alistair Stenhouse...................................... 11 9.................................. Bob Claxton.................................................. 8 10................................ Ian Burrown..................................................4 11.................................. Jack Young...................................................0 12................................. Alex Kite........................................................0

CNC HEADS SPORTS/SALOON CLASS E Position Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Jamie Cryer.............................................. 105 2.................................. Paul Rotheroe.............................................67 3.................................. Chris Marles................................................47 4.................................. Nicholas Bartlett........................................36 5.................................. Brian Allen..................................................29 6.................................. Peter Koukoulas.........................................27 7.................................. Stephen Rowles.........................................26 8.................................. David Jones................................................22 9.................................. Ian Bruce.................................................... 20 10................................ Steven Parker..............................................18 11.................................. Tony Harman...............................................18 12................................. Richard Roundell....................................... 16 13................................. Connor Modro.............................................13 14................................. Alek Modro................................................... 8 15................................. Kristian Rose................................................ 7 16................................. Graeme Laslett............................................. 7 17................................. John Seery.....................................................1 18................................. Mike Storey....................................................1

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FANGIO TROPHY Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Simon Green.................David Tagg............................. 361 2...............UPE................................Paul Clark...............................352 3...............RAW Motorsport.........Julian Lay...............................282 4...............Nielsen Racing.............Peter Devlin...........................239 5...............Radical Works Team...Chris Preen..............................87 6...............Privateer.......................Andrew Chittenden................70 7...............Privateer.......................Richard Wilson........................65 8...............Scorpio..........................Kevin Childs.............................24 9...............Nielsen Racing.............Doug Newman.........................22

HAREWOOD SPEED HILLCLIMB CHAMP Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Deryck Jones........................................118.37 2.................................. Gordon Riley........................................ 117.95 3.................................. Sarah Bosworth....................................117.84 4.................................. Jonathan Mounsey............................... 116.61 5.................................. Will Roberts.......................................... 111.38 6.................................. Ian Butcher.............................................110.5 7.................................. David Marshall..................................... 110.02 8.................................. Liam Booth.......................................... 107.32 9.................................. Andy Hill............................................. 103.05 10................................ Adam Riley.......................................... 101.67 11.................................. Roy Bolderson.................................... 100.78 12................................. Ben Tranter........................................... 99.03 13................................. Kieran O Brien...................................... 98.38 14................................. Bob Bellerby............................................97.9 15................................. Rob Spedding...................................... 97.48 16................................. David Tatham....................................... 94.75 17................................. Steve Mitchell........................................94.41 18................................. Daniel Hollis......................................... 94.33 19................................. Dave Banner.......................................... 93.31 20................................ Jonathan North......................................91.15 21................................. Peter Day..............................................90.89 22................................ John Prickett........................................ 89.47 23................................ Richard Cartledge............................... 88.42

Position Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Clive Dix..................................................... 80 2.................................. Rob Wakelin...............................................76 3.................................. Helen Allen.................................................43 4.................................. David Green................................................33 5.................................. Guy Carter....................................................4 6.................................. Colin Flynn....................................................0

BARC CONNAUGHT SPEED CHAMP Position Driver Name Total Points 1................Lotus Elise....................Elen Worthington................. 210 2...............Renault Clio..................Steven Riddle.....................207.5 3...............VW Golf........................Emma Hunt.........................206.1 4...............OMS 200M....................Steven Potter.................... 205.2 5...............BMW E30......................James Hunt...................... 203.73 6...............Caterham 310R............Anthony Shearman..........203.61 7...............Radical SR4..................Clive Wooster...................195.43 8...............Ford Sierra....................William Hunt.....................193.84 9...............Ford Ka.........................Andrew Rollason.............192.24 10.............Renault Clio 172 Cup...Taras Andrusin.................185.69 11...............BMC Mini.......................Mike Edwards...................184.28 12..............Caterham 310R............Zoe Shearman...................171.83 13..............Caterham 7...................Graham Holdstock............. 158.9 14..............Alfa Romeo MiTo.........Leo Martorana.................... 147.7 15..............Sylva Striker.................Paul Webb........................143.27 16..............Alfa Romeo 147 GTA...Paul Jaggard.................... 141.94 17..............MG ZR105.....................Andrew Till....................... 140.17 18..............Alfa Romeo 156 GTA...Ed McDonough.................138.02 19..............Alfa Romeo MiTo.........Adriano Martorana.......... 132.55 20.............Alfa Romeo 156 GTA...Mike Stark.......................... 117.88 21..............Jedi Mk4.......................Phil Williams..................... 107.88 22.............Caterham Superlight...Chris Howard-Harris...............99 22.............Westfield SEiW............Simon Jones............................99 24.............Ralt RT35......................Keith Sollis.........................80.64 25.............Caterham 7...................John Clarke..........................77.19 26.............Ford Cortina GT...........Callum Barney...................60.59 27.............Subaru Impreza...........Chris Berrisford................... 59.4 28.............Sunbeam.......................Paul Norris......................... 48.85 29.............VW Golf GTI 16v..........David Walker....................... 39.6 29 ............DAX Rush MC...............Duncan Cowper.................. 39.6 29 ............BMW M135i...................Scott Hughes....................... 39.6 32.............Nissan S14.....................Oliver Withington............. 39.22 33.............Subaru Impreza...........David Skittles....................34.94 34.............Renault Williams Clio.Wynne Morgan...................16.26 35.............Rover BRM....................Wayne Stirling Parker.......15.04

GINETTA G40 CUP Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Tom Golding............................................ 456 2.................................. Jack Oliphant...........................................367 3.................................. Tom Sibley............................................... 349 4.................................. Alistair Barclay.........................................333 5.................................. Rob Keogh................................................ 314 6.................................. Dimitri Sedashev......................................295 7.................................. Bill Forbes.................................................225 8.................................. Shawn Fleming......................................... 201 9.................................. Ron Linn.................................................... 173 10................................ Paul Oliphant............................................ 163 11.................................. Robert Pugsley......................................... 154 12................................. Jimmy Thomson....................................... 148 13................................. Mike West................................................. 136 14................................. Ben Low.................................................... 120 15................................. Jamie Hopkins.......................................... 107 16................................. Gary Wager................................................98 17................................. Paul Garstang.............................................77 18................................. Stephen Moore.......................................... 49 19................................. Guy Redwood............................................ 46 20................................ Keith Sinclair..............................................42 21................................. Lee Goldsmith............................................33 22................................ Steve Birt....................................................26 23................................ Graeme Bishopp........................................ 19 24................................ Kari Sekkat..................................................17 25................................ Andres Sinclair........................................... 14 26................................ Colin Plumb.................................................13

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MAX 5 RACING - CLASS A Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Josh Malin................................................ 685 2.................................. Matthew Tidmarsh.................................. 658 3.................................. Andrew Pretorius.................................... 630 4.................................. Lee Hollin.................................................. 481 5.................................. Adrian Baker.............................................323 6.................................. Aaron Bunning......................................... 317 7.................................. Sam Moody............................................... 157 8.................................. Ian Loversidge.......................................... 132 9.................................. Adrian Johnson........................................ 168 10................................ Andy Jones................................................ 80

MAX 5 RACING - CLASS B Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Richard Smith.......................................... 650 2.................................. Phil Little...................................................372 3.................................. Jordan Johnson.......................................235 4.................................. Oliver Sighe.............................................200 5.................................. Adrian Johnson........................................ 194 6.................................. Nicholas Bailey...........................................97 7.................................. Bryan Bursey............................................. 94 8.................................. Paul Vice.....................................................82 9.................................. Simon Roden............................................. 80

MAX 5 RACING - CLASS C Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Paul Roddison......................................... 700 2.................................. Jeremy Shipley........................................ 649 3.................................. Ian Loversidge......................................... 370

TINTOP CHAMPIONSHIP Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Ford Fiesta...................Rikki Taylor........................... 348 2...............Honda Civic..................Jamie Primett....................... 308 3...............BMW Mini Cooper S....Alfie Brooker........................ 302 4...............Seat Leon FR................Dave Charlton.......................297 5...............Honda Civic Type-R....Bradley Lane.........................278 6...............Ford Puma....................Dominic Ryan....................... 268 7...............Citroen Saxo.................Chris Bicknell....................... 245 8...............Honda Civic..................Kamran Tunio........................ 241 9...............Citroen Saxo.................Mikey Day..............................190 10.............Citroen Saxo.................Marcus Bicknell..................... 186 11...............Seat Leon......................Bob Hosier............................. 174 12..............Honda Civic Type-R....Daniel Fisher......................... 162 13..............Citroen Saxo.................Steven Everson..................... 155 14..............Ford Fiesta XR2...........Jon Wild................................. 152 15..............Vauxhall Astra VXR.....Danny Brooker......................144 16..............Ford Puma....................Adrian Matthews................... 136 17..............BMW Mini Cooper S....Kevin Palmer......................... 133 18..............Honda Civic Type-R....Dave Hutchins....................... 120 19..............Mitsubishi Mirage........Gideon September................110 20.............Vauxhall Astra VXR.....Rod Birley................................93 21..............Peugeot 206................Steven Everson.......................93 22.............Honda Integra .............Nicholas Lunn..........................89 23.............Ford Fiesta...................Terry Waller.............................74 24.............Citroen Saxo.................Ben Forbes...............................51 25.............Ford Puma....................Andy Burton........................... 50 26.............Peugeot 206 GTI.........Chris Bassett...........................45 27.............Fiat Punto.....................Vince Proto............................. 40 28.............Ford Fiesta...................Chris Waltenspul.................... 40 29.............VW Polo GTI.................Stephen Dann..........................35 30.............Honda Integra..............Jonathan Bevan......................23 31..............Ford Fiesta...................Harry Naerger..........................21 32.............Ford Fiesta XR2...........Chris Burley............................. 19 33.............Honda Civic Type-R....Vic Hope...................................17 34.............VW Polo GTI.................Kelly Dann.................................15 35.............BMW Mini.....................Anthony Woodhams................ 8 36.............Honda Civic Type-R....Graham Richardson..................0 37.............BMW 325 E30 .............Len Colley..................................0 38.............MG ZR 190....................Terry Searles..............................0

ROOKIE CUP Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Scorpio..........................Will Hunt............................... 433 2...............Radical Works Team...Chris Short............................ 402 3...............Radical Works Team...Mark Williams........................326

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4...............UPE................................Paul Clark.............................. 266 5...............RAW Motorsport.........Gavin McAlpine.................... 264 6...............Radical Works Team...Simon Anderson.....................62 7...............Radical Works Team...Lyndon McNeil.........................51 8...............Nielsen Racing.............David Thompson.....................48 9...............Nielsen Racing.............Andrew Ritchie.......................48 10.............Scorpio..........................Kevin Childs.............................27

PICKUP TRACK RACING CHAMPIONSHIP Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1..............................................................Scott Bourne................ 3712 2.............................................................Lea Wood....................3405 3.............................................................David O’Regan ........... 3202 4.............................................................Michael Smith ............. 2847 5.............................................................Dale Gent..................... 2424 6.............................................................Paul Tompkins...............2171 7.............................................................Mark Willis.....................2117 8.............................................................Reece Jones.................1880 9.............................................................Dean Tompkins............1860 10...........................................................Pete Stevens................. 1838 11.............................................................Lee Rogers.....................1814 12............................................................Daniel Petters...............1666 13............................................................Geoff Dixon..................1430 14............................................................George Turiccki............1349 15............................................................Paul Jones...................... 996 16............................................................Tyler Wilkin................... 976 17............................................................Mark Cooper.................. 958 18............................................................Richard Ayling............... 860 19............................................................Christopher Land.........8201 20...........................................................John Shorter...................756 21............................................................Roger Dormer................ 710 22...........................................................Carl Boardley................ 565 23...........................................................James Goldstraw.......... 290 24...........................................................Ben Edwards................. 270 25...........................................................Simon Ward................... 260 26...........................................................David Weaver................ 234 27...........................................................Steve Dudman................ 180 28...........................................................Neil Tressler.................... 180 29...........................................................Dale Atkins ..................... 20 30...........................................................Mel Collins..........................0

UK NATIONAL LEGENDS CARS CHAMP Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................................... John Mickel............................................8240 2.................................. Steve Whitelegg................................... 7495 3.................................. Miles Rudman........................................ 6685 4.................................. Sean Smith.............................................6590 5.................................. Jack Parker............................................ 6205 6.................................. Paul Simmons........................................ 5930 7.................................. Will Gibson............................................5650 8.................................. Marcus Pett........................................... 5040 9.................................. Nathan Anthony....................................4850 10................................ Simon Harraway.................................... 4535 11.................................. Neil Shenton........................................... 3915 12................................. Mike Schlup........................................... 3590 13................................. James Hall-Morton................................ 3125 14................................. Nick Bridgeman.................................... 2270 15................................. Paul Simkiss............................................ 2195 16................................. Rickie Leggatt.......................................2060 17................................. Ben Power...............................................1970 18................................. Sebastien Kluyskens..............................1630 19................................. Matthew Pape........................................ 1555 20................................ Lee Bourner............................................1380 21................................. Mikka Riihimaa.......................................1350 22................................ William Read.......................................... 1160 23................................ Mike Bourner......................................... 1030 24................................ Conor Mills............................................... 865 25................................ Nick Grout................................................ 820 26................................ Giles Verleyen......................................... 760 27................................ Jonty Norman......................................... 670 28................................ Guy Fastres.............................................. 665 29................................ Robin Fountain........................................610 30................................ Dave Ward................................................575 31................................. Philip Turner.............................................535 32................................ Jerome Farinaux..................................... 450 33................................ Ali Topley..................................................410 34................................ Glenn Burtenshaw.................................. 350 35................................ Stephen Treherne................................... 340 36................................ Maxime Lieutenant..................................335 37................................ Keiran Beaty............................................. 310 38................................ Robert King..............................................255 39................................ Jordan O’Brien.........................................255 40................................ John Paterson......................................... 220 41................................. Gerard McCosh.........................................190 42................................ Paul Groves...............................................160 43................................ Jean-Mic’ Poncelet.................................. 150 44................................ Michael Mercer......................................... 125 45................................ John Critchlow..........................................110 46................................ Robin Webb............................................... 60 47................................ Mark Beaty................................................. 40


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23................................ Matt Rivett..................................................29 24................................ Henry Chart................................................24 25................................ Nico Gruber............................................... 20 26................................ Andrew Brickles........................................ 20 27................................ Roger Millichamp...................................... 20 28................................ Hugo Bentley-Ellis......................................18 29................................ Josh Fisher................................................. 10 30................................ Hamish McAllister........................................6 31................................. Simon Pruce.................................................6 32................................ Max Marzorati............................................... 2 33................................ Neil Hunt....................................................... 2 34................................ Lorna Vickers............................................... 2 35................................ Joshua Smith................................................0

AVON TYRES NORTHERN FORMULA FORD CHAMPIONSHIP - PRE 90 AVON TYRES NATIONAL FORMULA FORD CHAMPIONSHIP - PRO CLASS Position Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Niall Murray............................................. 520 2.................................. Michael Eastwell..................................... 450 3.................................. Matt Round-Garrido................................376 4.................................. Luke Cooper............................................ 369 5.................................. Joey Foster............................................... 361 6.................................. Rory Smith................................................297 7.................................. Jamie Thorburn........................................272 8.................................. Nico Gruber..............................................223 9.................................. Carter Williams.......................................200 10................................ Neil MacLennan........................................ 193 11.................................. Michael Moyers......................................... 161 12................................. Hugo Bentley-Ellis................................... 156 13................................. Joshua Smith............................................ 134 14................................. Jordan Dempsey...................................... 127 15................................. James Clarke............................................ 105 16................................. Jonathan Browne.......................................93 17................................. Sebastian Job............................................. 91 18................................. Jack Wolfenden........................................ 80 19................................. Jake Craig...................................................67 20................................ Thomas Cappezone....................................51 21................................. Stuart Gough..............................................48 22................................ Sebastian Melrose..................................... 41 23................................ Ross Martin................................................ 40 24................................ David McArthur..........................................38 25................................ Davide Meloni............................................35 26................................ Colin Mullan................................................33 27................................ Roger Orgee...............................................32 28................................ Matt Rivett..................................................29 29................................ Josh Fisher.................................................25 30................................ Pascal Monbaron.......................................25 31................................. Luke Williams.............................................23 32................................ Chris Middlehurst.......................................22 33................................ Max Marzorati..............................................18 34................................ Fergus Paton...............................................17 35................................ Fraser Gray...................................................9 36................................ Tommy Foster..............................................9 37................................ James Scott-Murphy................................... 8 38................................ Jay Bridger...................................................6

AVON TYRES NORTHERN FORMULA FORD CHAMPIONSHIP - POST 89 Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Alaric Gordon...........................................238 2.................................. Rory Smith............................................... 220 3.................................. David McArthur........................................ 217 4.................................. Nigel Dolan............................................... 212 5.................................. Michael Eastwell...................................... 142 6.................................. Matthew Chisholm...................................100 7.................................. Andrew Thomas.........................................96 8.................................. Tom McArthur............................................ 90 9.................................. Fergus Paton.............................................. 57 10................................ Jake Byrne..................................................55 11.................................. Adam Quartermaine..................................54 12................................. George McDonald......................................52 13................................. Neil Boardman............................................51 14................................. Seamus Wild.............................................. 49 15................................. John Ferguson...........................................48 16................................. Jonathan Browne.......................................48 17................................. Neil McArthur.............................................48 18................................. Paul Walsh................................................. 46 19................................. Chris Middlehurst...................................... 44 20................................ Tom Canning..............................................42 21................................. Matt Payne..................................................42 22................................ Tom Hawkins..............................................33

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Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Mario Sarchet.......................................... 302 2.................................. Jack Wolfenden....................................... 271 3.................................. Juiceie Bruceie........................................ 265 4.................................. Scott Rawlinson.......................................233 5.................................. Jaap Blijleven........................................... 172 6.................................. Brian Young..............................................140 7.................................. Steve Nixon............................................... 124 8.................................. Ian Ellis........................................................95 9.................................. Edwin Hannah............................................92 10................................ Wayne Poole.............................................. 91 11.................................. Stephen Bracegirdle.................................65 12................................. Trevor Morgan............................................63 13................................. Jamie Jardine.............................................58 14................................. Tom Brown..................................................54 15................................. Scott Guthrie..............................................52 16................................. Ian Fernihough.......................................... 44 17................................. Ben Tinkler..................................................42 18................................. Ray Smith....................................................38 19................................. Richard Ketterman....................................34 20................................ Christopher Stones....................................26 21................................. Joshua Mason.............................................22 22................................ Will Alterman............................................ 20 23................................ Andrew Higginbotham............................. 14 24................................ Simon Fleet.................................................12 25................................ Ian Wood......................................................6 26................................ Matthew Skelton..........................................4 27................................ Andrew Kluge............................................... 2

AVON TYRES NORTHERN FORMULA FORD CHAMPIONSHIP - CLASS A Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Rory SMITH............................................... 216 2.................................. David MCARTHUR................................... 215 3.................................. Nigel DOLAN............................................ 214 4.................................. Michael EASTWELL................................. 138 5.................................. Andrew THOMAS..................................... 103 6.................................. Matthew CHISHOLM................................100 7.................................. Tom MCARTHUR....................................... 90 8.................................. Fergus PATON............................................62 9.................................. George MCDONALD..................................59 10................................ Adam QUARTERMAINE............................54 11.................................. Jake BYRNE................................................53 12................................. Neil BOARDMAN.........................................51 13................................. Paul WALSH............................................... 50 14................................. John FERGUSON.......................................48 15................................. Jonathan BROWNE...................................48 16................................. Neil MCARTHUR.........................................48 17................................. Matt PAYNE................................................ 44 18................................. Chris MIDDLEHURST................................ 44 19................................. Tom CANNING...........................................42 20................................ Tom HAWKINS.......................................... 30 21................................. Matt Rivett..................................................29 22................................ Henry CHART.............................................24 23................................ Andrew BRICKLES.....................................22 24................................ Nico GRUBER............................................ 20 25................................ Hugo BENTLEY-ELLIS................................18 26................................ Josh FISHER............................................... 10 27................................ Hamish MCALLISTER..................................4 28................................ Max MARZORATI......................................... 2 29................................ Joshua SMITH...............................................0

AVON TYRES NORTHERN FORMULA FORD CHAMPIONSHIP - CLASS B Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Alaric GORDON...................................... 408 2.................................. Seamus WILD........................................... 120 3.................................. Simon PRUCE.............................................54 4.................................. Neil HUNT...................................................27


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AVON TYRES NORTHERN FORMULA FORD CHAMPIONSHIP - CLASS C Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Jack WOLFENDEN..................................272 2.................................. Jaap BLIJEVEN........................................ 176 3.................................. Brian YOUNG............................................ 166 4.................................. Ian ELLIS................................................... 136 5.................................. Stephen BRACEGIRDLE........................... 116 6.................................. Trevor MORGAN...................................... 102 7.................................. Wayne POOLE............................................98 8.................................. Ray SMITH...................................................48 9.................................. Christopher STONES.................................28 10................................ Will ALTERMAN.........................................24 11.................................. Andrew HIGGINBOTTOM..........................22 12................................. Simon FLEET............................................. 20 13................................. Andrew KLUGE............................................ 2

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19................................. Colin MULLAN............................................33 20................................ Matt RIVETT...............................................29 21................................. Sebastian MELROSE..................................27 22................................ Sebastian JOB............................................26 23................................ Josh FISHER...............................................25 24................................ Pascal MONBARON...................................25 25................................ Chris MIDDLEHURST.................................22 26................................ Roger ORGEE............................................ 20 27................................ James CLARKE...........................................18 28................................ Davide MELONI...........................................18 29................................ Max MARZORATI........................................18 30................................ Fergus PATON..............................................9 31................................. Tommy FOSTER...........................................9 32................................ James SCOTT-MURPHY.............................. 8 33................................ Jay BRIDGER................................................6

AVON TYRES NORTHERN FORMULA FORD CHAMPIONSHIP - CLASS D Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Mario SARCHET.......................................389 2.................................. Juicie BRUCEIE....................................... 320 3.................................. Scott RAWLINSON.................................. 281 4.................................. Steve NIXON............................................ 220 5.................................. Edwin HANNAH....................................... 108 6.................................. Jamie JARDINE..........................................68 7.................................. Richard KETTERMAN................................66 8.................................. Matthew SKELTON.......................................4

AVON TYRES NORTHERN FORMULA FORD CHAMPIONSHIP - CLASS E Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1............................................................................................................. 2.................................. Scott GUTHRIE......................................... 122 3.................................. Joshua MASON..........................................68 4.................................. Ben TINKLER..............................................68 5.................................. Ian FERNIHOUGH......................................68 6.................................. Tom BROWN..............................................68

AVON TYRES NORTHERN FORMULA FORD CHAMPIONSHIP - CLASS E Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Scott GUTHRIE......................................... 122 2.................................. Joshua MASON..........................................68 3.................................. Ben TINKLER..............................................68 4.................................. Ian FERNIHOUGH......................................68 5.................................. Tom BROWN..............................................68 6.................................. Ian WOOD...................................................54

AVON TYRES NATIONAL FORMULA FORD CHAMPIONSHIP - TRIPLE CROWN - PRO CLASS Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Niall MURRAY........................................... 175 2.................................. Michael EASTWELL................................. 173 3.................................. Rory SMITH................................................ 161 4.................................. Michael MOYERS....................................... 161 5.................................. Luke COOPER.......................................... 159 6.................................. Joey FOSTER............................................ 136 7.................................. Matt ROUND-GARRIDO............................111 8.................................. Jamie THORBURN.....................................95 9.................................. Carter WILLIAMS........................................81 10................................ Hugo BENTLEY-ELLIS............................... 73 11.................................. Nico GRUBER.............................................68 12................................. Jake CRAIG.................................................67 13................................. Stuart GOUGH............................................48 14................................. Neil MACLENNAN..................................... 46 15................................. Jonathan BROWNE.................................. 46 16................................. Joshua SMITH............................................. 37 17................................. Thomas CAPEZZONE................................ 37 18................................. Jack WOLFENDEN....................................35

AVON TYRES NATIONAL FORMULA FORD CHAMPIONSHIP - TRIPLE CROWN - CLUBMAN POST 89 Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Vincent JAY..............................................229 2.................................. John SVENSSON...................................... 164 3.................................. Sam STREET............................................. 147 4.................................. Richard MORRIS......................................140 5.................................. Daniel OBEIRNE.......................................106 6.................................. John FERGUSON...................................... 94 7.................................. Henry CHART.............................................53 8.................................. Matt PAYNE................................................ 44 9.................................. George MCDONALD..................................28

AVON TYRES NATIONAL FORMULA FORD CHAMPIONSHIP - TOURIST TROPHY - PRO CLASS Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Michael EASTWELL................................200 2.................................. Niall MURRAY........................................... 182 3.................................. Matt ROUND-GARRIDO.......................... 168 4.................................. Neil MACLENNAN.................................... 147 5.................................. Joey FOSTER............................................ 133 6.................................. Jordan DEMPSEY..................................... 127 7.................................. Luke COOPER.......................................... 126 8.................................. Rory SMITH...............................................104 9.................................. Nico GRUBER........................................... 103 10................................ Jamie THORBURN...................................100 11.................................. Joshua SMITH.............................................97 12................................. Carter WILLIAMS.......................................84 13................................. Sebastian JOB............................................58 14................................. James CLARKE..........................................55 15................................. Ross MARTIN............................................. 40 16................................. Jonathan BROWNE...................................34 17................................. David MCARTHUR.................................... 30 18................................. Jack WOLFENDEN....................................25 19................................. Hugo BENTLEY-ELLIS................................17 20................................ Sebastian MELROSE.................................. 14 21................................. Fraser GRAY.................................................9 22................................ Davide MELONI............................................ 8 23................................ Fergus PATON.............................................. 8

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BRSCC FIESTA JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP RACING WITH MRF TYRES Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Ford Fiesta ST.......... Magnus Kriklywi...................... 662 2...............Ford Fiesta ST.......... James Waite.............................632 3...............Ford Fiesta ST.......... Josh Steed............................... 596 4...............Ford Fiesta ST.......... Isaac Smith.............................. 586 5...............Ford Fiesta ST.......... Olly Turner................................536 6...............Ford Fiesta ST.......... Todd Garner..............................472 7...............Ford Fiesta ST.......... Nathanael Hodgkiss............... 450 8...............Ford Fiesta ST.......... Alfie Glenie.............................. 402 9...............Ford Fiesta ST.......... Abby Lock................................. 312 10.............Ford Fiesta ST.......... Ted Potts.................................... 116

ALFA ROMEO CHAMPIONSHIP Position Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Tom Hill.....................................................273 2.................................. Paul Webster........................................... 224 3.................................. Scott Austin.............................................. 218 4.................................. Richard Ford............................................ 209 5.................................. Kristian Leith........................................... 208 6.................................. Dave Messenger....................................... 194 7.................................. Simon Mcfie.............................................. 153 8.................................. Riaccardo Losselli.................................... 132 9.................................. Chris Mcfie................................................ 126 10................................ Simon Cresswell.......................................104

BRSCC FIESTA CHAMPIONSHIP RACING WITH MRF TYRES - CLASS A Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Ford Fiesta Si........... Mark Court............................... 483 2...............Ford Fiesta Si........... Colin Newbold......................... 482

BRSCC FIESTA CHAMPIONSHIP RACING WITH MRF TYRES - CLASS C Position Car 1................Ford 2...............Ford 3...............Ford 4...............Ford 5...............Ford 6...............Ford 7...............Ford 8...............Ford 9...............Ford 10.............Ford 11...............Ford 12..............Ford 13..............Ford 14..............Ford 15..............Ford 16..............Ford 17..............Ford 18..............Ford 19..............Ford 20.............Ford 21..............Ford 22.............Ford 23.............Ford

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Driver Name Total Points ST.......... Harry Gooding......................... 868 ST.......... Jamie Going............................ 794 ST.......... David Nye..................................738 ST.......... Tom Hutchins............................678 ST.......... Ryan Faulconbridge............... 647 ST.......... Danny Harrison.........................632 ST.......... Myles Baker............................. 488 ST.......... Robert Stevens........................ 384 ST.......... Jake Dawson.............................352 ST.......... Richard Dawson...................... 348 ST.......... Joshua Watkins........................297 ST.......... Richard Ashmole..................... 266 ST.......... Samuel Watkins.........................27 ST.......... Ollie Hunt..................................225 ST.......... Simon Horrobin....................... 206 ST.......... Tim Glover................................144 ST.......... Mark Faulconbridge................ 142 ST.......... Charles Plumley....................... 108 ST.......... Bradley Kent.............................. 30 ST.......... Chris Loder...................................0 ST.......... Nick Sanderson............................0 ST.......... Ryan Beck.....................................0 ST.......... Ricky Coomber.............................0

BRSCC FIESTA CHAMPIONSHIP RACING WITH MRF TYRES - CLASS D Position Car 1................Ford 2...............Ford 3...............Ford 4...............Ford 5...............Ford 6...............Ford 7...............Ford

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Driver Name Total Points S........Jamie White ..................... 890 S........Zachary Lucas....................732 S........Luke Bannister.................. 648 S........Tim Bennett....................... 624 S........Marco Ricci........................ 524 S........John Cooper...................... 476 S........Alastair Kellett.......................0

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BRSCC MAZDA MX-5 SUPERCUP Pos Car Driver Name Total Points 1...........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Luke Herbert........................... 1862 2..........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Jack Harding.......................... 1858 3..........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Aidan Hills................................1814 4..........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... James Blake-Baldwin............ 1742 5..........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Jonathan Greensmith............1644 6..........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Steve Roberts......................... 1610 7..........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Carl Garnett............................1584 8..........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Simon Baldwin....................... 1575 9..........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Sam Tatler............................... 1474 10........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Kristian White........................ 1472 11..........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Garry Townsend.....................1468 12.........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Alec Livesley...........................1421 13.........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Tom Parker...............................1196 14.........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... William Stephenson...............1138 15.........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Mark Swarbrick..................... 1030 16.........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Nick Rutter.............................. 1018 17.........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Jack Sycamore....................... 1018 18.........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... George Grant........................... 990 19.........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Colin Bysouth.......................... 982 20........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Bradley Kent.............................972 21.........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... James Kell................................ 946 22........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Will Stacey............................... 924 23........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Nick Dunn..................................882 24........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Alex Miller................................ 836 25........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... James Harris.............................674 26........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Xavier Brooke........................... 614 27........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Alex King.................................. 606 28........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Lewis Carter..............................528 29........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Darren Stapleton.................... 429 30........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Duncan Harris........................... 310 31.........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... John Stack............................... 308 32........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Ian McDonald........................... 308 33........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Geoff Gouriet.......................... 290 34........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Aldo Riti....................................274 35........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Richard Wicklen...................... 246 36........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Jeremy Crook........................... 192 37........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Nick Boon................................. 168 38........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Lee Pattison..............................140 39........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Ashley Boyles............................114 40........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... William Sharpe......................... 108 41.........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Kevin Clarke................................76 42........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Mitchell Hale...............................62 43........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Daniel Morris..............................54 44........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Steven Boyles............................ 44 45........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Alan Henderson...........................0 46........Mazda MX-5 Mk3........... Steve Dolman...............................0

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Driver Name Total Points Mk3........... Garry Townsend..................... 1862 Mk3........... Alec Livesley.......................... 1837 Mk3........... Simon Baldwin........................1821 Mk3........... George Grant..........................1408 Mk3........... Xavier Brooke.......................... 924 Mk3........... Ian McDonald........................... 530 Mk3........... John Stack...............................460 Mk3........... Geoff Gouriet.......................... 452 Mk3........... Duncan Harris........................... 451 Mk3........... Aldo Riti....................................374 Mk3........... Jeremy Crook.......................... 286 Mk3........... Nick Rutter............................... 248 Mk3........... William Sharpe......................... 180 Mk3........... Steve Dolman...............................0


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BRSCC MAZDA MX-5 CHAMPIONSHIP Pos Car 1...........Mazda 2..........Mazda 3..........Mazda 4..........Mazda 5..........Mazda 6..........Mazda 7..........Mazda 8..........Mazda 9..........Mazda 10........Mazda 11..........Mazda 12.........Mazda 13.........Mazda 14.........Mazda 15.........Mazda 16.........Mazda 17.........Mazda 18.........Mazda 19.........Mazda 20........Mazda 21.........Mazda 22........Mazda 23........Mazda 24........Mazda 25........Mazda 26........Mazda 27........Mazda 28........Mazda 29........Mazda 30........Mazda 31.........Mazda 32........Mazda 33........Mazda 34........Mazda 35........Mazda 36........Mazda 37........Mazda 38........Mazda 39........Mazda 40........Mazda 41.........Mazda 42........Mazda 43........Mazda 44........Mazda 45........Mazda 46........Mazda 47........Mazda 48........Mazda 49........Mazda 50........Mazda 51.........Mazda 52........Mazda 53........Mazda 54........Mazda 55........Mazda 56........Mazda 57........Mazda 58........Mazda 59........Mazda 60........Mazda 61.........Mazda 62........Mazda 63........Mazda 64........Mazda 65........Mazda 66........Mazda 67........Mazda 68........Mazda 69........Mazda 70........Mazda 71.........Mazda 72........Mazda 73........Mazda 74........Mazda 75........Mazda 76........Mazda 77........Mazda 78........Mazda 79........Mazda 80........Mazda 81.........Mazda 82........Mazda 83........Mazda 84........Mazda 85........Mazda 86........Mazda 87........Mazda 88........Mazda 89........Mazda 90........Mazda 91.........Mazda 92........Mazda

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Driver Name Total Points Mk1........... Will Blackwell-Chambers.... 2040 Mk1........... Samuel Smith........................2002 Mk1........... Brian Trott...............................1984 Mk1........... John Langridge...................... 1972 Mk1........... Oliver Allwood.......................1954 Mk1........... Mike Comber..........................1804 Mk1........... Jason Greatrex.......................1802 Mk1........... Steve Foden............................1740 Mk1........... Martin Tolley............................1713 Mk1........... Charlie Burge..........................1686 Mk1........... Paul Bateman.........................1502 Mk1........... Marcus Bailey......................... 1473 Mk1........... Clive Powles.......................... 1404 Mk1........... Sebastian Fisher.....................1308 Mk1........... Adam Craig.............................1304 Mk1........... Teddy Clark............................. 1226 Mk1........... Matthew Pollard......................1214 Mk1........... Simon Orange.........................1210 Mk1........... Paul Tucker..............................1196 Mk1........... Lewis Cannon..........................1192 Mk1........... Jack Moody............................1058 Mk1........... Adrian Burge......................... 1002 Mk1........... William Hayden..................... 1000 Mk1........... Oliver Robinson...................... 968 Mk1........... Callum Greatrex.......................932 Mk1........... Nick Le Doyen......................... 930 Mk1........... Bryn Griffiths...........................904 Mk1........... Adam Bessell............................876 Mk1........... Clive Chisnall........................... 864 Mk1........... Jack Brewer............................. 850 Mk1........... Ivan Leary................................ 826 Mk1........... Stuart Symonds........................722 Mk1........... Charlie Rawles......................... 706 Mk1........... Michael Fisk............................. 654 Mk1........... Ben Hancy.................................632 Mk1........... Harry Deane..............................622 Mk1........... Scott Leach............................... 612 Mk1........... Graham Rumsey...................... 564 Mk1........... Charles Mugglestone.............. 530 Mk1........... Jake Styles............................... 524 Mk1........... Christopher Stapleton............ 520 Mk1........... Alan Hawkins............................ 514 Mk1........... Richard Bartlett...................... 502 Mk1........... Oliver Graham......................... 466 Mk1........... Richard Wootten..................... 438 Mk1........... Martyn Canning....................... 436 Mk1........... Bruce Robinson....................... 422 Mk1........... Anthony Hutchins................... 386 Mk1........... Courtney Jade Milnes............. 384 Mk1........... Andrew MacGregor................ 364 Mk1........... Jon Pethick...............................356 Mk1........... Bill Taylor................................. 348 Mk1........... Rafal Drzaszcz......................... 344 Mk1........... Christopher Ginn...................... 310 Mk1........... Ben Short................................. 294 Mk1........... Thomas Jenkins.......................274 Mk1........... Dale Whiteman........................274 Mk1........... Jonathan Fieldsend................. 218 Mk1........... Bruce Carter............................. 216 Mk1........... Sam Jarvis................................. 210 Mk1........... Simon Woods.......................... 208 Mk1........... George Grant...........................200 Mk1........... Kevin Brent............................... 182 Mk1........... Neil MacGregor........................ 178 Mk1........... Sam Gendy................................ 168 Mk1........... James Love............................... 166 Mk1........... Paul Hughes.............................. 164 Mk1........... Jason Taylor.............................. 152 Mk1........... Elliott Hann............................... 150 Mk1........... Jack Warry................................ 146 Mk1........... Hector Hurst............................. 146 Mk1........... Ali Bray......................................140 Mk1........... Erik Blixt.................................... 128 Mk1........... Sam Riley.................................. 120 Mk1........... Christina Holley......................... 116 Mk1........... Luke Souch................................ 116 Mk1........... Daniel Denham.......................... 116 Mk1........... Orlando Lindsay........................110 Mk1........... Oliver Jenkins.............................96 Mk1........... Tim Dore..................................... 73 Mk1........... Timothy Hutchinson..................70 Mk1........... Steven Bartlett...........................68 Mk1........... Joshua Brent...............................62 Mk1........... David Martin.............................. 60 Mk1........... Russ Lindsay...............................48 Mk1........... Dugald MacGregor....................34 Mk1........... Chi Mung.................................... 20 Mk1........... Nick Riley.....................................15 Mk1........... David Rickards............................12 Mk1........... Shanel Drewe...............................12 Mk1........... Kris Greatrex.................................0 Mk1........... Chris Wilson.................................0

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BRSCC MAZDA MX-5 CHAMPIONSHIP MASTERS Pos Car Driver Name Total Points 1...........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Martin Tolley.......................... 2055 2..........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Paul Bateman......................... 1972 3..........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Marcus Bailey......................... 1953 4..........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Clive Powles...........................1948 5..........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Brian Trott............................... 1826 6..........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Paul Tucker..............................1716 7..........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Bryn Griffiths..........................1704 8..........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Adrian Burge..........................1686 9..........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Simon Orange........................ 1676 10........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Clive Chisnall..........................1654 11..........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Nick Le Doyen........................1620 12.........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Oliver Robinson......................1618 13.........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Graham Rumsey......................1518 14.........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Ivan Leary............................... 1474 15.........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Richard Bartlett.....................1462 16.........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Bruce Robinson......................1264 17.........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Dale Whiteman.......................1166 18.........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Alan Hawkins......................... 1080 19.........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Christopher Ginn..................... 946 20........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Anthony Hutchins.................... 912 21.........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Scott Leach.............................. 886 22........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Andrew MacGregor................ 658 23........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Bruce Carter............................ 644 24........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... George Grant............................638 25........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Jonathan Fieldsend................ 544 26........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Neil MacGregor....................... 446 27........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Simon Woods........................... 418 28........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... David Rickards........................ 294 29........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Kevin Brent.............................. 268 30........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Timothy Hutchinson................ 218 31.........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Chris Wilson............................. 170 32........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Russ Lindsay...............................82 33........Mazda MX-5 Mk1........... Nick Riley....................................54

CLUBMAN POST 89 Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Vincent Jay............................................... 551 2.................................. Richard Morris......................................... 408 3.................................. John Svensson......................................... 164 4.................................. Sam Street................................................ 149 5.................................. Daniel O’Beirne........................................106 6.................................. Felix Fisher...............................................104 7.................................. John Ferguson.......................................... 94 8.................................. George McDonald......................................62 9.................................. Henry Chart................................................53 10................................ Matt Payne................................................. 44

CARTHROTTLE CATERHAM ACADEMY CHAMPIONSHIP - GREEN GROUP Pos Car Driver Name Total Points 1...........Caterham Academy...... Justin Heap............................... 150 2..........Caterham Academy...... Lars Alexander Hoffmann.......140 3..........Caterham Academy...... Andrew Murgatroyd................ 134 4..........Caterham Academy...... Tom Brown................................ 129 5..........Caterham Academy...... Greg Smith................................ 128 6..........Caterham Academy...... Will Rossetti............................. 123 7..........Caterham Academy...... Angelos Alvanos...................... 123 8..........Caterham Academy...... Ben Lopez Appleton................ 119 9..........Caterham Academy...... Stuart Bell.................................. 113 10........Caterham Academy...... Ben Buckley.............................. 105 11..........Caterham Academy...... Andy Lees.................................. 94 12.........Caterham Academy...... Rick Hewland............................. 94 13.........Caterham Academy...... Giuseppe Felet...........................85 14.........Caterham Academy...... Fraser Jones................................81 15.........Caterham Academy...... Maxwell Lynn..............................77 16.........Caterham Academy...... Ryan Erroll..................................77 17.........Caterham Academy...... Dan Clayphan.............................75 18.........Caterham Academy...... Max Gaunt...................................69 19.........Caterham Academy...... Jen Hughes.................................52 20........Caterham Academy...... Johnathan Barnett.....................48 21.........Caterham Academy...... Ian Leslie.....................................39 22........Caterham Academy...... Andreas Carlton.........................38 23........Caterham Academy...... Johnathan Moore.......................36 24........Caterham Academy...... Simon White...............................25 25........Caterham Academy...... James Crocker.............................17 26........Caterham Academy...... Anthony Warner..........................15 27........Caterham Academy...... Andrew Sargent..........................15 28........Caterham Academy...... Robert Diamond.........................13 29........Caterham Academy...... David Shorthouse.......................12

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CARTHROTTLE CATERHAM ACADEMY CHAMPIONSHIP - WHITE GROUP Pos Car 1...........Caterham 2..........Caterham 3..........Caterham 4..........Caterham 5..........Caterham 6..........Caterham 7..........Caterham 8..........Caterham 9..........Caterham 10........Caterham 11..........Caterham 12.........Caterham 13.........Caterham 14.........Caterham 15.........Caterham 16.........Caterham 17.........Caterham 18.........Caterham 19.........Caterham 20........Caterham 21.........Caterham 22........Caterham 23........Caterham 24........Caterham 25........Caterham 26........Caterham 27........Caterham 27........Caterham

Driver Name Total Points Academy...... Chris Moore.............................. 156 Academy...... Greg Monks............................... 152 Academy...... Dan Piper.................................. 149 Academy...... Alan Venters............................. 130 Academy...... Craig Menzies........................... 120 Academy...... Tom Power................................. 119 Academy...... Glenn Moule.............................. 108 Academy...... Trev Conway............................. 108 Academy...... Guy Berryman.......................... 103 Academy...... Gideon Wilkinson......................98 Academy...... Andy Tate....................................96 Academy...... Nick Smith...................................96 Academy...... Luke Fryer...................................83 Academy...... Graham Dodridge......................77 Academy...... Craig Atkins................................75 Academy...... Paul Farrell..................................75 Academy...... Matt Robinson............................74 Academy...... Mitt Assi..................................... 64 Academy...... Jim Clarke.................................. 60 Academy...... David Thornton..........................48 Academy...... Simon Batterbee....................... 44 Academy...... Simon Ockenden........................ 37 Academy...... Aki Hussain.................................27 Academy...... Rich Hill........................................21 Academy...... David Rai..................................... 19 Academy...... Nadir Khamissa............................ 7 Academy...... Shaazim Khamissa........................1 Academy...... Georgina Bale................................1

ALACO MOTORSPORT LOGISTICS CATERHAM SEVEN 270R CHAMPIONSHIP Pos Car 1...........Caterham 2..........Caterham 3..........Caterham 4..........Caterham 5..........Caterham 6..........Caterham 7..........Caterham 8..........Caterham 9..........Caterham 10........Caterham 11..........Caterham 12.........Caterham 13.........Caterham 14.........Caterham 15.........Caterham 16.........Caterham 17.........Caterham 18.........Caterham 19.........Caterham 20........Caterham 21.........Caterham 22........Caterham 23........Caterham 24........Caterham 25........Caterham 26........Caterham 27........Caterham 28........Caterham 29........Caterham 30........Caterham 31.........Caterham 32........Caterham 33........Caterham 34........Caterham 35........Caterham 36........Caterham 37........Caterham 37........Caterham

Driver Name Total Points 270R............. Jamie Falvey.............................339 270R............. Jay McCormack........................335 270R............. Pete Walters.............................328 270R............. Gary Smith................................. 311 270R............. Chris Bates................................274 270R............. Caroline Everett.......................252 270R............. Douglas Christie....................... 251 270R............. Paul Vernon..............................239 270R............. James Wingfield......................237 270R............. Matthew Topham.....................233 270R............. Tim Child................................... 221 270R............. John Shiveral............................ 218 270R............. Geoff Price................................ 197 270R............. Kieran McAleer......................... 183 270R............. Ian Fortescue............................ 172 270R............. Michael O’Reilly....................... 165 270R............. Nilesh Parmar........................... 154 270R............. Rui Ferreira...............................144 270R............. Mark Roberts............................ 143 270R............. Dave Ridley............................... 122 270R............. James Elvery..............................111 270R............. David Bullock........................... 108 270R............. Christopher Welch................... 105 270R............. Aman Uppal................................82 270R............. Surhid Chatterjee........................81 270R............. Russell Trenter........................... 73 270R............. Eric Tiv........................................70 270R............. John Styring...............................69 270R............. Andrew Timperley..................... 61 270R............. Mark Asquith..............................59 270R............. Neil O’Brien................................58 270R............. Aaron Dalrymple........................56 270R............. Andrew Hughes......................... 44 270R............. Richard Toomey..........................31 270R............. Ben Wilson................................. 30 270R............. Thomas Mayman......................... 11 270R............. Carl Varney...................................0 270R............. Paul Brady.....................................0

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SANTANDER CATERHAM SEVEN 310R CHAMPIONSHIP Pos Car Driver Name Total Points 1...........Caterham 310R............. Chris Hutchinson..................... 396 2..........Caterham 310R............. Gordon Sawyer........................ 394 3..........Caterham 310R............. Christian Szaruta...................... 391 4..........Caterham 310R............. Lee Bristow...............................383 5..........Caterham 310R............. Alan Cooper............................ 366 6..........Caterham 310R............. Chris Rankin............................. 346 7..........Caterham 310R............. Tom Grensigner........................ 319 8..........Caterham 310R............. Russ Olivant.............................. 314 9..........Caterham 310R............. Andrew Perry........................... 310 10........Caterham 310R............. David Yates.............................. 303 11..........Caterham 310R............. Don Henshall........................... 286 12.........Caterham 310R............. Alex Jordan..............................285 13.........Caterham 310R............. Rob Watts................................ 270 14.........Caterham 310R............. Nathan Bell.............................. 250 15.........Caterham 310R............. James Beardwell......................225 16.........Caterham 310R............. Chris Aubrey............................ 206 17.........Caterham 310R............. Kevin Cooper............................ 188 18.........Caterham 310R............. Peter Reynolds......................... 185 19.........Caterham 310R............. Simon Sharrock........................ 176 20........Caterham 310R............. Matthew Welch........................ 172 21.........Caterham 310R............. Richard Lambert...................... 166 22........Caterham 310R............. Douglas Thain.......................... 164 23........Caterham 310R............. James Houston......................... 159 24........Caterham 310R............. Alan Osborne........................... 158 25........Caterham 310R............. Andrew Whitton...................... 146 26........Caterham 310R............. Joe Draper................................ 138 27........Caterham 310R............. Dan Gore................................... 138 28........Caterham 310R............. Mark Davies.............................. 134 29........Caterham 310R............. David Bevan.............................. 133 30........Caterham 310R............. Greg Hyatt................................ 123 31.........Caterham 310R............. William Lloyd...........................104 32........Caterham 310R............. Martin Pratt................................101 33........Caterham 310R............. Andy Larholt...............................99 34........Caterham 310R............. Daniel Martin..............................89 35........Caterham 310R............. Harry Landy................................78 36........Caterham 310R............. Alan Gower.................................74 37........Caterham 310R............. Steve Evans.................................74 38........Caterham 310R............. Mike Rowland.............................52 39........Caterham 310R............. Daniel Quintero..........................45 40........Caterham 310R............. Adarsh Radia............................. 40 41.........Caterham 310R............. Adrian Poulton.............................0 41.........Caterham 310R............. Nick Morley...................................0

AVON TYRES CATERHAM SEVEN 420R CHAMPIONSHIP Pos Car Driver Name Total Points 1...........Caterham 420R............ Danny Winstanley....................289 2..........Caterham 420R............ William Smith........................... 271 3..........Caterham 420R............ Sean Byrne................................247 4..........Caterham 420R............ Richard Ainscough.................. 214 5..........Caterham 420R............ David Henderson..................... 212 6..........Caterham 420R............ Henry Heaton.......................... 209 7..........Caterham 420R............ Jack Brown...............................190 8..........Caterham 420R............ Anthony Barnes....................... 188 9..........Caterham 420R............ John Byrne................................ 186 10........Caterham 420R............ Stephen Nuttall........................ 148 11..........Caterham 420R............ Justin Armstrong..................... 146 12.........Caterham 420R............ Andres Sinclair......................... 139 13.........Caterham 420R............ Luke Stephens.......................... 138 14.........Caterham 420R............ Stephen Collins........................ 127 15.........Caterham 420R............ Alexander Koeberle................. 127 16.........Caterham 420R............ Tom Eden................................... 121 17.........Caterham 420R............ Mike Evans................................. 115 18.........Caterham 420R............ Ian Sparshott.............................110 19.........Caterham 420R............ Paul Browes................................99 20........Caterham 420R............ Elliot Norris.................................89 21.........Caterham 420R............ Luke Browes.............................. 80 22........Caterham 420R............ Matt Dyer....................................79 23........Caterham 420R............ Andrew McMillan...................... 60 24........Caterham 420R............ Chris Hoy.....................................52 25........Caterham 420R............ Matthew Reeve...........................43 26........Caterham 420R............ Stewart Calder...........................39 27........Caterham 420R............ Peter Rimer.................................36 28........Caterham 420R............ Barry Moore................................32 29........Caterham 420R............ Paul Thacker...............................32 30........Caterham 420R............ Tony Mingoia..............................27 31.........Caterham 420R............ Timothy Dickens........................27 32........Caterham 420R............ Ben Tompkins..............................21 33........Caterham 420R............ Damian Milkins.............................0 34........Caterham 420R............ Alberto Vella................................0


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COX MOTOR PARTS CIVIC CUP Position Car 1................Honda 2...............Honda 3...............Honda 4...............Honda 5...............Honda 6...............Honda 7...............Honda 8...............Honda 9...............Honda 10.............Honda 11...............Honda 12..............Honda 13..............Honda 14..............Honda 15..............Honda 16..............Honda 17..............Honda 18..............Honda 19..............Honda 20.............Honda 21..............Honda 22.............Honda 23.............Honda 24.............Honda 25.............Honda 26.............Honda 27.............Honda 28.............Honda 29.............Honda 30.............Honda 31..............Honda 32.............Honda 33.............Honda 34.............Honda 35.............Honda 36.............Honda 37.............Honda 38.............Honda

Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic Civic

Driver Name Total Points EP3...... Rob Baker................................ 243 EP3...... Mark Grice................................ 234 EP3...... Jason Ballantyne...................... 216 FN2...... Daniel Reason.......................... 186 EP3...... Daniel Hobson.......................... 182 FN2...... James Griffith........................... 176 EP3...... David Vincent........................... 148 EP3...... Ben Sharpe...............................144 FN2...... Bruce Winfield.........................140 EP3...... David Buky.................................110 EP3...... Chris Coomer............................ 105 EP3...... Lewis Rose..................................99 EP3...... Arron Sharp.................................81 EP3...... Martin Dalzell.............................79 EP3...... Mark Gibbons.............................72 EP3...... Paul Taylor..................................65 EP3...... Andy Hart................................... 60 EP3...... Matt Bolton................................. 57 FN........ Oliver Barsby.............................. 41 FN2...... Matt Higginson........................... 37 EK........ Adam Kruger..............................35 EP3...... Paul Bancroft..............................34 EP3...... Phil Wright..................................33 FN2...... Dave Poyser................................29 EP3...... Paul McHugh...............................26 EP3...... Craig Carter................................23 EK........ Tim Evans.....................................21 EP3...... Dan Chapman............................ 20 EP3...... Luke Handley.............................. 16 FN2...... Will Beech................................... 16 EP3...... Simon Wallis................................15 EP3...... Matthew Darlington.................... 11 EP3...... Rob Hedley.................................. 11 EP3...... Mark Hughes.................................9 EP3...... Steve Laidlaw............................... 8 EP3...... Oliver Withington........................ 8 EK........ Kam Tunio.....................................6 EP3...... Natasha Tressler...........................4

DUNLOP TVR EUROPEAN CHALLENGE Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Griffith RV8.............. Andy Race............................. 208.5 2...............Griffith RV8.............. Michael Blake........................ 179.5 3...............Chimaera RV8 ......... Michael Coker............................ 121 4...............Tuscan AJP............... Matthew Holben....................... 108 5...............Tuscan AJP............... Darren Smith.......................... 49.5 6...............Sagaris AJP.............. Alan Jones..................................47 7...............Tuscan RV8............... Jamie Golby............................... 46 8...............S3rbera Ls................. Chris Ridge..............................32.5 9...............Chimaera RV8 5L..... Mike Luck....................................24 10.............Tuscan AJP............... Ivor Watson.................................17 11...............Chimaera RV8.......... Chris Shackle...............................15

FUNCUP CHAMPIONSHIP Pos Team Driver Name Total Points 1.......Track Torque................Henry Dawes/ Chris Hart..............587 2......Viking Self Storage.....Mark Holme/ Nick Nunn.............. 566 3......Team Honeywell..........Neil Plimmer/ Tim Wheeldon......528 4......Sheradize UK................Marcus Clutton/ Peter Belshaw.. 504 5......Apollo Motorsport......G Wenham/Z Wenham/R Burke.485 6......Team7 Fun:Bikes 2......C Bridle/E Bridle/Dovell............. 480 7......CCS Media Racmg.......Honarmand/Carranante/ ...............................................Tomlinson/Nigel Greensall...........472 8......JPR Uvio.......................Deott/Randaccio.......................... 465 9......JPR GT Radial..............Martin Gibson/ Ellis Hadley........ 434 10....Team7 Fun:Bikes 3......Barrett/A Brown/R Brown...........404 11......DespatchBay.com........Andy Bicknell/ Harry Mailer....... 399 12.....Agua Caliente..............R Perry/M Hogg/D Basham.........388 13.....Track Torque FNS........Steve Walton/ Greg Evans...........372 14.....Greensall Msport.........D Jackson/S Smeeth/S Smeeth. 366 15.....Trumans........................Kingsnorth/Bricknell/Webb/Hoad...328 16.....TFL Racing 104............Charlie Kennedy/ Rob Croydon..326 17.....MAK Racing Ltd...........Chris Webster/ Stuart Hall.......... 324 18.....JPR 99...........................Dave Clark/ Chris Coppock........ 324 19.....PT Motorsport..............Paul Voakes/ Ian Payne................ 318 20....GCI Racing....................Butterworth/Butterworth/Wood.316 21.....Racelogic......................Thomas/Tomlinson/Denyer.......... 311 22....Track Focused..............McCollum/Smith/Cooper.............292 23....TFL Racing 188............Richard Baxter/ Riley Phillips......272 24....MCAC Racing...............Jones/Jones/P Jones/M Jones.. 266 25....Team7 Fun:Bikes 1.......J King/J Shepherd/J Illey............ 266 26....-......................................-/-/-................................................. 174 27....Team Lane Roofing.....Kurt Lane/ Gary Lane................... 172

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28....JPR 267.........................Dubois/R Scammell/C Scammell.150 29....Crossacre......................Adrian Watt/Jack Watt................. 138 30....JPR 103.........................M Dubois/E Cole/P Calladine...... 132 31.....Lane Roofing Evo........C Weatherill.................................... 128 32....RAW Motorsports........A Macleod/A Harvey..................... 122 33....Team Lane Roof62......N Revill/D Gullick/J McCormack...76 34.... Maranello Connoisseurs.Henderson/Henderson/Fellows... 64 35....Team BRIT....................-/-/-...................................................54 36....TFL Racing...................Ben Dimmack/ Steve Burgess...... 44 37.... TeamLane Roofing169....D Gullick/J Lane/P Marsh................18 38....Eco Racing...................Abraham/R Elliot/TMills..................18

F1000 Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Michael Watton....................................... 443 2.................................. Dan Clowes.............................................. 399 3.................................. Adam Walker........................................... 308 4.................................. Alok Ayengar............................................225 5.................................. Paul Butcher............................................ 220 6.................................. Robert Bailey........................................... 212 7.................................. Elliott Mitchell......................................... 205 8.................................. Dax Ward.................................................. 184 9.................................. Rob Sayell................................................. 165 10................................ Lee Morgan............................................... 135 11.................................. Andrew Wheals........................................ 133 12................................. Rob Welham.............................................106 13................................. Reece Lycett.............................................. 94 14................................. Peter Lague................................................84 15................................. Christopher Hill...........................................81 16................................. Alwyn Rhodes-Mays..................................63 17................................. Brown..........................................................55 18................................. James MacLahlan..................................... 44 19................................. Alastair Boulton.........................................36 20................................ Andrew Dunn............................................. 20 21................................. Marc Fortune................................................ 8 22................................ Vinall Meyer..................................................0

KERAX HYPERDRIVE ST-XR CHALLENGE CLASS A Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Ford Fiesta XR2....... Michael Heath .......................... 213 2...............Ford Fiesta XR2....... Steve Poole............................... 213 3...............Ford Fiesta XR2....... Justin Roberts......................... 209 4...............Ford Fiesta XR2....... Alistair May............................... 145 5...............Ford Fiesta XR2....... Adam Brown............................. 129 6...............Ford Fiesta XR2....... Matt Eldridge............................ 127 7...............Ford Fiesta XR2....... William Heslop.......................... 121 8...............Ford Fiesta XR2....... Lee Shropshire......................... 103 9...............Ford Fiesta XR2....... Ian Billington............................. 50

KERAX HYPERDRIVE ST-XR CHALLENGE CLASS B Position Car 1................Ford 2...............Ford 3...............Ford 4...............Ford 5...............Ford 6...............Ford 7...............Ford

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Driver Name Total Points XR3i..... Mike Blackburn......................... 153 XR3i..... Lee Bowron...............................140 XR3i..... Matthew Spencer...................... 131 XR3i..... Jason Hennefer........................ 124 XR3i..... Lewis Bowron............................110 XR3i..... Ryan Bowron..............................68 XR3i..... Ron Loffstadt..............................33

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KERAX HYPERDRIVE ST-XR CHALLENGE CLASS C Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Ford Fiesta Si........... Mark Noble.................................68 2...............Ford Fiesta Si........... John Spencer............................. 20

KERAX HYPERDRIVE ST-XR CHALLENGE CLASS D Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Ford Fiesta ST.......... Christopher Rowlands...............86

KERAX HYPERDRIVE ST-XR CHALLENGE CLASS E Position Car 1................Ford 2...............Ford 3...............Ford 4...............Ford 5...............Ford

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Driver Name Total Points XR2....... Tony Mumford.......................... 138 XR2....... Paul Green................................. 94 XR2....... Matthew Morton.........................62 XR2....... Andy Mellor................................47 XR2....... Nick Naylor.................................25

MILLTEK SPORT VOLSWAGEN RACING CUP Position Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Jamie Bond...............................................478 2.................................. Ruaridh Clark........................................... 468 3.................................. Matthew Wilson...................................... 446 4.................................. Paul Taylor................................................ 412 5.................................. Owen Walton........................................... 396 6.................................. Tom Walker...............................................382 7.................................. Toby Davis............................................... 360 8.................................. Simon Walton.......................................... 334 9.................................. Mark Wakefield....................................... 330 10................................ Josh Coggan............................................ 308 11.................................. Chris Panayiotou..................................... 308 12................................. Martin Depper......................................... 304 13................................. Tom Witts................................................300 14................................. Matthew Evans.........................................278 15................................. Tony Predergast...................................... 260 16................................. Russell Joyce........................................... 242 17................................. Dennis Strandberg.................................. 264 18................................. Ethan Hammerton...................................160 19................................. Darron Lewis............................................ 138 20................................ Callum Jenkins.......................................... 118 21................................. Tim Docker.................................................98 22................................ Jack Depper...............................................52 23................................ Lewis Ryder............................................... 50 24................................ Jack Walker-Tully..................................... 46 25................................ Jessica Hawkins.........................................36 26................................ Ashley Clements........................................34 27................................ Joshua Jackson..........................................26 28................................ Jesse Chamberlain.................................... 16

21....... BMW E36 Compact 318Ti..... Jim Barratt....................... 304 22...... BMW E36 Compact 318Ti..... Wayne Flint...................... 270 23...... BMW E36 Compact 318Ti..... Nick Edmond................... 269 24...... BMW E36 Compact 318Ti..... Liam McGill....................... 244 25...... BMW E36 Compact 318Ti..... Philip Sharpe..................... 241 26...... BMW E36 Compact 318Ti..... Brendan Murphy...............227 27...... BMW E36 Compact 318Ti..... Philip Adcock.................... 215 28...... BMW E36 Compact 318Ti..... David Sharp...................... 210 29...... BMW E36 Compact 318Ti..... Ray MacDowell................. 153 30...... BMW E36 Compact 318Ti..... Chris Hack......................... 149 31....... BMW E36 Compact 318Ti..... Andrew Woodbine........... 142 32...... BMW E36 Compact 318Ti..... Craig Arkell....................... 136 33...... BMW E36 Compact 318Ti..... Jonathan Atkinson........... 130 34...... BMW E36 Compact 318Ti..... Alessandro Albano........... 108 35...... BMW E36 Compact 318Ti..... Colin Way.............................81 36...... BMW E36 Compact 318Ti..... Robert Marshall..................74 37...... BMW E36 Compact 318Ti..... Andrew Prince....................69 38...... BMW E36 Compact 318Ti..... David Ashforth.................. 60 39...... BMW E36 Compact 318Ti..... James Stanbury..................43 40...... BMW E36 Compact 318Ti..... Colin Edmond.......................0 40...... BMW E36 Compact 318Ti..... Jason Bagley.........................0 40...... BMW E36 Compact 318Ti..... John Williams.......................0 40...... BMW E36 Compact 318Ti..... Andrew Partridge.................0 40...... BMW E36 Compact 318Ti..... Philip De Simone-Wood......0

ST-XR CHAMPIONSHIP CLASS B Position No Driver Name Total Points 1................91................................ MIKE BLACKBURN................... 166 2...............62............................... LEE BOWRON..........................140 3...............86............................... MATHEW SPENCER.................. 131 4...............21................................ JASON HENEFER..................... 124 5...............44............................... LEWIS BOWRON......................110 6...............57............................... RYAN BOWRON.........................68 7...............35............................... RON LOFFSTADT...................... 49

ST-XR CHAMPIONSHIP CLASS C Position No Driver Name Total Points 1................99............................... MARK NOBLE.............................82 2...............89............................... JOHN SPENCER........................ 30

ST-XR CHAMPIONSHIP CLASS E Position No Driver Name Total Points 1................48............................... TONY MUMFORD..................... 139 2...............67............................... PAUL GREEN..............................96 3...............12................................ MATHEW MORTON....................62 4...............15................................ ANDY MELLOR...........................67 5...............2................................. NICK NAYLOR............................33

NANKANG TYRES BMW COMPACT CUP Pos Car 1......... BMW 2........ BMW 3........ BMW 4........ BMW 5........ BMW 6........ BMW 7........ BMW 8........ BMW 9........ BMW 10...... BMW 11........ BMW 12....... BMW 13....... BMW 14....... BMW 15....... BMW 16....... BMW 17....... BMW 18....... BMW 19....... BMW 20...... BMW

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Compact Compact Compact Compact Compact Compact Compact Compact Compact Compact Compact Compact Compact Compact Compact Compact Compact Compact Compact Compact

Driver Name Total Points 318Ti..... Steven Dailly.................... 594 318Ti..... Matthew Parkes................ 541 318Ti..... Tom Griffiths..................... 519 318Ti..... Ben Huntley....................... 518 318Ti..... David May......................... 504 318Ti..... Mark Skeats...................... 470 318Ti..... Keith Towers.................... 468 318Ti..... Matthew Flowers............. 439 318Ti..... Craig Jamieson................ 432 318Ti..... Mike Doble........................ 381 318Ti..... Ian Jones...........................376 318Ti..... Simon Welch.....................367 318Ti..... Martin Gadsby..................358 318Ti..... Alan Corfield.................... 345 318Ti..... Tim Scott Andrews...........338 318Ti..... Paul Hinson.......................333 318Ti..... Aaron Morgan................... 331 318Ti..... Gordon Macmillan............329 318Ti..... Owen Hunter.....................326 318Ti..... Mikey Doble...................... 315

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SPEED GROUP OSS CHAMPIONSHIP CLASS A Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................MCR.................Patrick Sherrington........................... 340 2...............Jade.................Steve Griffiths.................................... 254 3...............MCR.................Clive Hayes.......................................... 142 4...............Radical SR8....Nicolaj Lindberg................................. 124 5...............Radical RXC....Richard Fearns......................................84 6...............Jade 2..............Clive Hawkes........................................ 60 7...............Ligier...............Paul Walsh............................................ 49 8...............Rapier 2..........Mike Millard...........................................33 9...............Jade 3..............Roland Lewis............................................1 10.............Radical SR8....John Holmes............................................0


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SPEED GROUP OSS CHAMPIONSHIP CLASS B Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Juno........................... Martin Heath.............................282 2...............Radical PR6.............. Norman Lackford.....................253 3...............Jenvey Gunn TS6..... Mike Jenvey................................98 4...............Chiron LMP............... Paul Spencer...............................54 5...............Radical Prosport...... Robert Gillman...........................53 6...............Chiron LMP............... Richard Wise............................. 49 7...............Norma 20FC............. Stephano Leaney.......................24 8...............Chiron LMP............... Doug Hart....................................21 9...............Tiga CN12B............... Jack Fabby...................................21 10.............ADR........................... Mike Roberts................................0

SPEED GROUP OSS CHAMPIONSHIP CLASS C Position Car 1................Radical 2...............Radical 3...............Radical 4...............Radical 5...............Radical 6...............Radical 7...............Radical 8...............Radical 9...............Radical 10.............Radical 11...............Radical 12..............Radical 13..............Radical 14..............Radical 15..............Radical 16..............Radical 17..............Radical 18..............Radical 19..............Radical

Driver Name Total Points PR6.............. Josh Smith............................... 368 PR6.............. Daniel Prendergast..................259 PR6.............. Graham Hill.............................. 204 PR6.............. Julian Griffiths.......................... 187 SR3.............. John & Richard Gillman.......... 130 PR6.............. Jean-Paul Ivey.......................... 130 PR6.............. Ian Charles................................. 113 SR4.............. Andy Kimpton........................... 94 SR3.............. Andy Chittenden........................86 SR3.............. Joe Stables.................................85 SR3.............. Dominic Langdon-Down...........84 PR6.............. Neil Harris.................................. 49 SR3.............. Miles Drew..................................48 SR3.............. Lee Torrie....................................42 PR6.............. Alastair Smart............................35 SR3.............. Ross Drew...................................26 PR6.............. Richard Stables...........................21 SR3 RS........ Adrian Williams......................... 20 SR3 RSX...... Bruce Crawley............................ 10

TOYO TIRES PORSCHE CHAMPIONSHIP Position Car 1................Race 2...............Race 3...............Race 4...............Race 5...............Race 6...............Race 7...............Race 8...............Race 9...............Race 10.............Race 11...............Race 12..............Race 13..............Race 14..............Race 15..............Race 16..............Race 17..............Race 18..............Race 19..............Race 20.............Race 21..............Race 22.............Race

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Driver Name Total Points Boxter.... Adam Southgate..................... 503 Boxter.... James Coleman........................388 Boxter.... Garry Lawrence........................377 Boxter.... Kevin Molyneaux......................367 Boxter.... Kevin Ludford.......................... 230 Boxter.... Andy Baker...............................226 Boxter.... Nick Hull................................... 203 Boxter.... Matthew Harris......................... 173 Boxter.... Ed Hayes................................... 128 Boxter.... Andrew Porter........................... 119 Boxter.... Jesse Chamberlain................... 113 Boxter.... Garry Goodwin.........................109 Boxter.... Toby Smales.............................. 107 Boxter.... Alex Stocker...............................77 Boxter.... Christian Young......................... 60 Boxter.... Leigh A Bowden.........................54 Boxter.... Richard Avery..............................51 Boxter.... Nik Baatz......................................51 Boxter.... Rick A Styrin...............................48 Boxter.... Phil Churchill..............................47 Boxter.... Jayson Flegg............................. 40 Boxter.... Jamie Callender...........................0

TOYO TIRES PORSCHE CHAMPIONSHIP - PRODUCTION BOXSTER Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Porsche Boxster....... Leigh Bowden........................121.5

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TOYO TIRES PORSCHE CHAMPIONSHIP 924 Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Porsche 924............. Gavin Johnson..........................297 2...............Porsche 924............. Hugh Peart............................ 276.5 3...............Porsche 924............. David Jones.............................. 143 4...............Porsche 924............. Chris Valentine........................... 91 5...............Porsche 924............. Ian Gribben............................. 64.5 6...............Porsche 924............. Gary Campbell........................... 57 7...............Porsche 924............. Karl Rossin...............................55.5 8...............Porsche 924............. Rick Styrin...................................52 9...............Porsche 924............. Peter Osgerby........................... 49 10.............Porsche 924............. Philip Waters...........................39.5 11...............Porsche 924............. Jon Jeffery..................................35 12..............Porsche 924............. Peter Smith............................. 34.5 13..............Porsche 924............. David Sheakey............................34 14..............Porsche 924............. Alastair Kirkham.....................32.5 15..............Porsche 924............. Richard Matthews.................. 30.5 16..............Porsche 924............. Jason Wood.............................29.5 17..............Porsche 924............. Darren Constant......................... 19

TCR UK TOURING CAR CHAMPIONSHIP Pos Car Driver Name Total Points 1....... Volkswagen Golf GTi TCR......Daniel Lloyd........................514 2...... Honda Civic Type R TCR........Oliver Taylor....................... 453 3...... Volkswagen Golf GTi TCR......Andreas Bäckman.............408 4...... Volkswagen Golf GTi TCR......Jessica Bäckman...............300 5...... Hyundai i30 N TCR.................Lewis Kent.......................... 278 6...... CUPRA TCR.............................Stewart Lines.....................208 7...... Honda Civic Type R TCR........Finlay Crocker..................... 179 8...... CUPRA TCR.............................Carl Swift............................. 132 9...... Honda Civic Type R TCR........Josh Price............................130 10.... Vauxhall Astra TCR.................Darelle Wilson.................... 101 11...... Alfa Romeo Giulietta TCR.....Derek Palmer Jr................... 99 12..... Honda Civic Type R TCR........Howard Fuller...................... 95 13..... Honda Civic Type R TCR........Ashley Sutton........................ 91 14..... Honda Civic Type R TCR........Sean Walkinshaw................. 76 15..... Alfa Romeo Giulietta TCR.....Aiden Moffat........................ 53 16..... CUPRA TCR.............................Olli Kangas...........................40 17..... Volkswagen Golf GTi TCR......Tim Docker........................... 30 18..... Alfa Romeo Giulietta TCR.....Robert Gilmour....................-15

TEEKAY COUPLINGS PRODUCTION GTI CHAMPIONSHIP MK2 Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................VW Golf GTi Mk2..... Tim Hartland............................. 178 2...............VW Golf GTi Mk2..... Chris Webb............................... 163 3...............VW Golf GTi Mk2..... Pete Milne................................. 129 4...............VW Golf GTi Mk2..... Dan Gibbs.................................. 112 5...............VW Golf GTi Mk2..... Adrian Ward...............................75 6...............VW Golf GTi Mk2..... Tim Parsons................................67 7...............VW Golf GTi Mk2..... Ian Webb.....................................56 8...............VW Golf GTi Mk2..... Nick Porter..................................52 9...............VW Golf GTi Mk2..... Wesley Chatterton.....................22 10.............VW Golf GTi Mk2..... Cliff Brindley................................ 11 11...............VW Golf GTi Mk2..... Chris Baguley...............................9 12..............VW Golf GTi Mk2..... Nathan Leigh................................ 8 13..............VW Golf GTi Mk2..... Matthew Eccles............................0

TEEKAY COUPLINGS PRODUCTION GTI CHAMPIONSHIP MK 2 8V Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................VW Golf GTi Mk2..... Craig Roberts.............................24 2...............VW Golf GTi Mk2..... Matt Eccles..................................12

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ADAMS & PAGE SWINGING SIXTIES GROUP 1 Circuit Driver Name Win at Snetterton............................ Ian Everett Win at Silverstone........................... Richard Belcher Win at Oulton Park.......................... Tim Cairns Wins at Spa...................................... Tim Parsons/Richard Mitchell Win at Brands Hatch ..................... Chris Watkinson Win at Brands Hatch GP................. Charles Tippet Win at Donington Park................... Ian Whitt Win at Mallory Park......................... Ian Staines

ADAMS & PAGE SWINGING SIXTIES GROUP 2 Circuit Driver Name Win at Snetterton...............................Daniel Williamson Wins at Silverstone, Oulton & Spa...Oliver Reuben/Nigel Reuben Win at Brands Hatch..........................Richard Wheeler/Ross Curnow Win at Brands Hatch GP....................Raymond Barrow Win at Donington...............................Richard Plant/William Plant Win at Mallory Park............................Malcolm Johnson

ADVANTAGE MOTORSPORT FUTURE CLASSICS GROUP 1 1970S Circuit Driver Name Win at Snetterton...............................Miles Masarati/Piers Masarati Wins at Silverstone, Spa, Thruxton and Mallory Park ..............................................................Aston Blake/Tony Blake Win at Oulton......................................Martyn Adams Win at Brands Hatch..........................Martyn Ellis/Matthew Ellis Win at Donington...............................Tim Bates

ADVANTAGE MOTORSPORT FUTURE CLASSICS GROUP 2 1980S Circuit Driver Name Win at Snetterton...............................Steve Scott-Dunwoodie Win at Silverstone..............................James Neal/Neil Harvey Win at Oulton......................................Tom Brenton Wins at Spa and Donington Park.....Perry Waddams Win at Spa...........................................Mark Chilton Win at Brands Hatch..........................Antony McEvoy Win at Thruxton..................................Stuart Daburn Win at Mallory Park............................Paul Dingle

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NEW TIN TOPS SERIES IS A HIT The CSCC’s Motorsport School Turbo Tin Tops series, for all front-wheel-drive turbo and supercharged cars, saw its debut year go to plan in 2018, with 31 registered competitors and sensible grid sizes. Numbers look set to increase in 2019, with some drivers who expressed an interest but didn’t take part, or had cars in build, gearing up to come out to race with the series for the first time. With only four main rules (engine and forced induction type, silhouette and tyres) there was some concern that the series would be dominated by huge power monsters. Actually, 250bhp has been enough at times to secure overall wins, with less “oomph” needed for class awards. The overall winner’s penalty and longer, 40-minute races means that power does not necessarily equal guaranteed success. BMW Mini R56, Fiesta ST, Peugeot 208 and Renault Megane all took overall laurels, with Volkswagen and Seat models, R53 Mini and others picking up class awards.


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CSCC ONE MAKE CLASS NEVER A CLUB TO STAND STILL, 2019 SEES ANOTHER NEW INITIATIVE FROM THE CLASSIC SPORTS CAR CLUB – THE MAZDA RX8 TROPHY

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he Mazda RX8 was the last production car to be fitted with a Wankel engine, a screaming rotary that spins to more than 9000rpm. The first of this model is now more than 15 years old and declining in number, from its peak of more than 20,000 road cars sold in the UK. In the hands of mechanically clueless owners they were flawed as road cars, with a reputation for unreliability, thirst (oil and petrol) and therefore freefall depreciation. So why on earth would you race them? Well, they make great road and track cars, thanks to a little understanding of their needs, some quick-win reliability modifications and a network of enthusiastic specialists offering full engine rebuilds for around £1,500 (should one be needed). Hence the launch of the RX8 Trophy, which will race as a class within the already established RSV Graphics New Millennium series, at circuits in the UK and Europe. The RX8 is rear-wheel-drive, has an engine rated at 231bhp, twin oil coolers and limited

slip diff as standard. It even has little rear doors, perfect for extra access during pit stops. The Classic Sports Car Club (CSCC) has never done onemake racing before. However, years of research and the personal experience of racing on the tightest of budgets led director David Smitheram to realise that a road legal car - that could be raced

It is one of the cheapest ways of going racing, certainly in a rear-wheel-drive car that is fun to drive, especially if you share the 40-minute pit stop races with a mate with the minimal amount of modifications – would appeal to drivers short of time, money and storage space. It is one of the cheapest ways of going racing, certainly in a

rear-wheel-drive car that is fun to drive, especially if you share the 40-minute pit stop races with a mate. Cars must have a valid MOT and retain creature comforts such as air con, heater and stereo, therefore can be used as a daily driver, as well as to and from the race track. With road cars available for less than £1,000 (David paid £800) and no modifications allowed except for safety, reliability, tyres and brake pads, a ready-to-race car will likely cost between £4,000 and £5,000 and take just 30 hours to finish. A build guide with photos helps drivers put the cars together themselves. The cars may be cheap, but the driving standards expected from the drivers are high, as is the degree of honesty when building and running the cars. Since it was first announced in November the level of interest in this class has been astonishing, with four cars kept constantly busy at the MotorsportDays LIVE show at Silverstone, giving passenger rides to anyone who asked. Cars being built already approach 20 in number at the time of writing. ■

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CARTEK MOTORSPORT MODERN CLASSICS Circuit Driver Name Win at Snetterton...............................Edward Leigh Win at Silverstone..............................Dave Griffin Win at Oulton......................................Michael Russell Wins at Spa and Donington Park.....Miles Masarati/Piers Masarati Win at Brands Hatch..........................Gavin Dunn Win at Thruxton..................................David Marcussen Win at Mallory Park............................Karl Cattliff

CO-ORDSPORT TIN TOPS Circuit Driver Name Wins at Snetterton and Mallory.......Tom Mensley Win at Silverstone..............................Lee Williams Wins at Oulton Park and Thruxton..Colin Simpson/Steve Simpson Win at Spa...........................................Daniel Fisher Win at Spa...........................................Ryan Colvey/David Banks Win at Brands Hatch..........................Richard Wheeler/Mike Bushell Win at Donington...............................Robert Jarman/Paul Mensley

GOLD ARTS MAGNIFICENT SEVENS GROUP 1 Circuit Driver Name Wins at Snetterton and Brands........Darren Burke/Paul lewis Wins at Silverstone, Oulton Park, Spa and Thruxton ..............................................................Harry Senior Win at Donington Park......................Ryan Grant Win at Mallory Park............................Matthew Drew

GOLD ARTS MAGNIFICENT SEVENS GROUP 1 Circuit Driver Name Win at Snetterton................................................ Peter Ratcliff Wins at Silverstone and Spa.............................. Christian Pittard Wins at Oulton/Brands Hatch/Mallory Park.... Tim Davis Win at Spa............................................................ Peter Ratcliff Win at Thruxton................................................... Jonathan Mitchell Win at Donington Park....................................... Colin Watson

GOLD ARTS MAGNIFICENT SEVENS GROUP 3 Circuit Driver Name Wins at Snetterton, Silverstone, Brands Hatch and Thruxton ..............................................................S Storey / A Tidy Win at Oulton Park.............................Danny Keenan Win at Donington & Mallory Park....Stephen Riley

MOTORSPORTS SCHOOL TURBO TIN TOPS Circuit Driver Name Win at Snetterton...............................Oliver Clarke Wins at Silverstone and Donington.K Issatt / J Fulbrook Wins at Oulton and Spa.....................Carl Chambers Wins at Brands Hatch & Thruxton....Nigel Tongue Win at Mallory Park............................N Tongue / J Hammersley

RACETRUCK OPEN SERIES GROUP 1 Circuit Driver Name Win at Snetterton...............................M Smith / A Moulton-Smith Win at Silverstone .............................Lee Frost Wins at Spa.........................................Dave Griffin Win at Brands Hatch .........................Graham Charman Win at Thruxton..................................Jamie Sturges Win at Donington...............................Kaz Singh Win at Mallory.....................................William Hardy/Scott Lock

RACETRUCK OPEN SERIES GROUP 2 Circuit Driver Name Win at Snetterton...............................Jonathan Mitchell Wins at Silverstone, Donington & Mallory .............................................................Tim Davis Win at Brands Hatch..........................Christian Pittard Win at Thruxton..................................Peter Ratcliff

RSV GRAPHICS NEW MILLENNIUM Circuit Driver Name Win at Snetterton...............................Mark Smith/Arran Moulton-Smith Win at Silverstone & Brands Hatch..Graham Charman Win at Oulton......................................Dominic Malone Win at Spa...........................................M Webb / T Webb Win at Spa...........................................D Malone/A Moulton-Smith Win at Thruxton..................................Mathew Evans Win at Donington...............................Peter Challis

SPECIAL SALOONS & MODSPORTS Circuit Driver Name Wins at Silverstone, Brands Hatch, Thruxton & Mallory Park ..............................................................Andy Southcott Win at Mallory Park............................Wayne Crabtree

MG CAR CLUB OVERALL CHAMPIONSHIP Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................MGB........................... Jim Baynam.............................. 172 2...............MGF........................... Martin Wills...............................140 3...............MG ZR160................. SteveMcDermid........................ 129 4...............MGB........................... Chris Millard............................... 113 5...............MGB........................... Dave Amphlett.......................... 112 6...............MGF........................... Simon Kendrick........................ 108

MINTEX CLASSIC K Circuit Driver Name Win at Snetterton...............................Luke Wos Win at Silverstone..............................PeterThompson Win at Spa...........................................David Garrett Win at Spa...........................................Michael Gray/Kallum Gray Win at Brands Hatch..........................R Wheeler / R Curnow Win at Thruxton..................................Paul Tooms Win at Donington...............................Alasdair Coates

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CLASSIC CLASS Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................MGB........................... Jim Baynam.............................. 172 2...............MGB........................... Chris Millard............................... 113 3...............MGB........................... Dave Amphlett.......................... 112 4...............MGBGT...................... Bob Fisher...................................82 5...............MG Midget................ Will Sharpe................................ 80 6...............MGBGT...................... James Pryor.................................51


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CLASS B Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................MG ZR160................. Sarah Sullivan............................ 44 2...............MG ZR160................. Matt Gozalves.............................27 3...............MG ZR160................. Gordon Jeakins..........................26

CLASS F Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................MGF........................... Martin Wills...............................140 2...............MGF........................... Simon Kendrick........................ 108 3...............MGF........................... Stuart Plotnek.......................... 103 4...............MGF........................... Mark Baker................................. 64 5...............MGF........................... Ralf Togneri................................52 6...............MGTF......................... Phil Walker..................................22

CLASS Z Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................ZR 160....................... Steve McDermid....................... 129 2...............ZR160........................ Steve Darbey..............................96 3...............ZR160........................ Nick Golhar.................................96 4...............ZR160........................ Stuart Philps...............................89 5...............ZR160........................ Dave Mellor................................ 64 6...............ZR160........................ Dean Sullivan..............................36

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CLASS B Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Class B....................... Mark Bellamy..............................69 2...............Class B....................... Mike Peters.................................65 3...............Class B....................... Colin Stubbs...............................53 4...............Class B....................... Julia Penfold...............................53 5...............Class B....................... Karl Green.................................. 44 6...............Class B....................... James Johnson...........................38 7...............Class B....................... Ian Whitt.....................................33 8...............Class B....................... Helen Waddington.....................25 9...............Class B....................... Maddy Maguire...........................24 10.............Class B....................... Steve Atkinson............................12 11...............Class B....................... Aaron Jackson............................. 11 12..............Class B....................... Nick Ashman................................. 7 13..............Class B....................... John Payne................................... 3

CLASS C Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Class C....................... Ray Collier..................................77 2...............Class C....................... Peter Bramble............................54 3...............Class C....................... Simon Lowery.............................45 4...............Class C....................... Keith Egar.................................. 44 5...............Class C....................... David Coulthard......................... 37 6...............Class C....................... Gary Wetton................................31 7...............Class C....................... Phil Standish...............................28 8...............Class C....................... Ashley Woodward......................21 9...............Class C....................... Mike Ashcroft..............................18 10.............Class C....................... Danny Cusworth..........................17 11...............Class C....................... Stephen Norton............................ 3

CLASS F Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Class F....................... Christopher Greenbank.............38 2...............Class F....................... Brian Butler.................................36 3...............Class F....................... Margaret Farquhar...................... 11

LACKFORD ENGINEERING MIDGET & SPRITE CHALLENGE Position Driver Name Total Points 1...................................... Steve Collier........................................... 177 2..................................... Paul Campfield...................................... 170 3..................................... Ed Easton............................................... 165 4..................................... Pippa Cow.............................................. 156 5..................................... David Morrison......................................109 6..................................... Robin Lackford...................................... 105 7..................................... Ian Burgin............................................... 105 8..................................... Andrew Wolf............................................95 9..................................... Richard Bridge.........................................93 10................................... Kim Dear.................................................. 80

COCKSHOOT CUP Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................Class A...................... Ian Wright...................................42 2...............Class A...................... Phil Yates..................................... 10

MG TROPHY (ENHANCED POWER) Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................MG ZR190................. Graham Ross............................ 205 2...............MG ZR190................. Jason Burgess.......................... 195 3...............MG ZR170................. Ryan Firth................................. 192 4...............MG ZR170................. Paul Luti.................................... 186 5...............MG ZR170................. Matt Turnbull............................ 179

MG TROPHY (STANDARD POWER) Position Car Driver Name Total Points 1................MG ZR 160................ John Booth............................... 176 2...............MG ZR 160................ Tylor Ballard............................. 173 3...............MG ZR 160................ David Heasman........................ 168 4...............MG ZR 160................ Joe Dalgarno............................ 153 5...............MG ZR 160................ John Gil..................................... 139

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LOTUS CUP EUROPE Position Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Bence Balogh...........................................536 2.................................. Sven Pettersson...................................... 438 3.................................. Chris Laroche/Franck Laroche............. 424 4.................................. Andrew Wright........................................ 413 5.................................. Thierry Hedoin......................................... 391 6.................................. Steve Williams..........................................388 7.................................. Mark Yates............................................... 386 8.................................. Tamas Vizin.............................................. 364 9.................................. David McInulty.........................................353 10................................ Thierry Verhiest.......................................335 11.................................. Daniel Palma.............................................332 12................................. Cai Cederholm.........................................326 13................................. Jason McInulty......................................... 315 14................................. Nathalie Gernoud-Prachex..................... 310 15................................. John Rasse...............................................300

2018 ELISE TROPHY Pos Car Driver Name Total Points 1.............. 92................................Craig Denman.......................... 566 2............. 77................................Joe Taylor................................. 476 3............. 65................................John LaMaster.......................... 348 4............. 27................................Mackenzie Walker...................300 5............. 54................................Simon Oakley........................... 298 6............. 8..................................John Atherton...........................257 7............. 47................................Alex Ball.................................... 202 8............. 10.................................David Alexander....................... 183 9............. 26................................Mark Richardsson..................... 166 10........... 2..................................Chris Marks................................ 157 11............. 56................................Chris Thirkettle......................... 156 12............ 88................................Ade Wooton.............................. 154 13............ 79................................Oliver Crease............................. 150 13............ 79................................Simon Middleton...................... 150 15............ 11..................................Jason McInulty.......................... 133 16............ 63................................Paul Baker...................................114 17............ 51.................................Axel Van Nederveen..................97 18............ 55................................Mads Petersen............................. 73 19............ 70................................Paul Findlay.................................66 20........... 58................................Mark Bithrey................................59 21............ 17.................................Barry Strong................................53 22........... 14.................................Jackie Perkins.............................52 23........... 95................................Tim Stracey..................................51 24........... 61.................................Dean Warriner............................. 37 25........... 16.................................Mike Perkins................................32 26........... 19.................................Peter Mansfield.......................... 30 27........... 95................................Danny Hartgrove.........................21 28........... 5..................................David Powell.............................. 20 29........... 15.................................Neil Livsey................................... 14 30........... 15.................................Michael Dean............................... 14 31............ 18.................................Christopher Perkins.................... 11 32........... 46................................Adam Gore.................................... 5 33........... 5..................................Sam Neary.....................................0

2018 PRIVATEER CUP Pos Driver Name Total Points 1.................................. Craig Denman........................................... 540 2................................. Joe Taylor.................................................. 448 3................................. David Alexander........................................ 183 4................................. Alex Ball..................................................... 182 5................................. Ade Wooton.............................................. 134 6................................. Chris Thirkettle.......................................... 136 7................................. Paul Baker...................................................114 8................................. Jackie Perkins..............................................52 9................................. Dean Warriner............................................. 37 10............................... Christopher Perkins..................................... 11 11................................. Sam Neary......................................................0

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MINI CHALLENGE JCW Pos Driver Name Total Points 1.............................. #10 Ant Whorton-Eales.........................794pts 2............................. #27 Nathan Harrison..............................685pts 3............................. #19 Jordan Collard................................. 638pts 4............................. #37 Rob Smith........................................565pts 5............................. #42 Henry Neal........................................451pts 6............................. #116 David Robinson.............................. 393pts 7............................. #39 Lewis Brown.................................... 377pts 8............................. #117 Jac Maybin...................................... 374pts 9............................. #0 Lawrence Davey................................ 372pts 10........................... #126 Luke Reade..................................... 367pts 11............................. #12 Rory Cuff...........................................330pts 12............................ #21 Jack Davidson..................................320pts 13............................ #17 Brad Hutchinson..............................294pts 14............................ #45 Calum King...................................... 288pts 15............................ #90 Scott Jeffs.......................................246pts 16............................ #22 Will Neal............................................212pts 17............................ #3 Ollie Pidgley....................................... 211pts 18............................ #96 Taelor Shand....................................208pts 19............................ #69 Jake Dehan......................................203pts 20........................... #84 Ryan Dignan.....................................199pts 21............................ #444 George Sutton............................... 191pts 22........................... #7 Steve King...........................................189pts 23........................... #16 Callum Newsham.............................. 161pts 24........................... #46 Stuart Gibbs.....................................155pts 25........................... #35 James Loukes...................................143pts 26........................... #24 Joe Tanner......................................... 70pts 27........................... #777 Louis Doyle...................................... 70pts 28........................... #146 Jamie Going.....................................64pts 29........................... #35 Chris Oakman.................................... 49pts 30........................... #77 Ben Dimmack.................................... 48pts 31............................ #87 Paul Bell.............................................. 13pts

MINI CHALLENGE COOPER S Pos Driver Name Total Points 1.............................. #30 Will Fairclough.................................817pts 2............................. #24 Rob Austin....................................... 678pts 3............................. #21 Jono Davis....................................... 606pts 4............................. #5 Chloe Hewitt...................................... 577pts 5............................. #666 Sami Bowler................................. 450pts 6............................. #444 Andy Montgomery.......................427pts 7............................. #90 Alan Lee...........................................423pts 8............................. #53 Andy Langley.................................. 372pts 9............................. #8 Kevin Owen.........................................361pts 10........................... #53 Neil Brown......................................... 89pts 11............................. #44 Neil Ginley......................................... 54pts 12............................ #606 Tim Bill............................................. 49pts 13............................ #33 Stu Lane............................................. 23pts

MINI CHALLENGE COOPER PRO Pos Driver Name Total Points 1.............................. #20 Kyle Reid.......................................... 874pts 2............................. #91 Robbie Dalgleish............................. 738pts 3............................. #85 Toby Goodman................................658pts 4............................. #9 Simon Walton....................................603pts 5............................. #19 Jacob Andrews................................603pts 6............................. #56 Richard Newman.............................598pts 7............................. #47 James Goodall.................................483pts 8............................. #36 Mark Cornell.....................................431pts 9............................. #82 Lydia Walmsley................................413pts 10........................... #7 Charlie Cooper.................................. 328pts 11............................. #12 Stuart Mclaren...................................167pts 12............................ #31 Andy Jordan......................................125pts 13............................ #49 Martin Poole.....................................123pts 14............................ #23 Ethan Pitt...........................................117pts 15............................ #12 Rory Cuff............................................. 53pts 16............................ #6 Oliver James O’Neill...........................40pts

MINI CHALLENGE COOPER AM Pos Driver Name Total Points 1.............................. #16 Alex Nevill........................................ 882pts 2............................. #46 Andy Godfrey..................................848pts 3............................. #51 Gary Papworth.................................706pts 4............................. #54 Adrian Norman................................659pts 5............................. #50 Neal Clarke......................................542pts 6............................. #4 Keir McConomy................................. 533pts 7............................. #63 Darryl Brown...................................455pts 8............................. #22 Elspeth Rodgers.............................. 279pts 9............................. #888 Wai Kong Yai................................... 69pts


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UKCG MONOPOSTO CHAMPIONSHIP F3 CLASS Pos Car Driver Name Total Points 1.............. Dallara F306..............Ben Cater................................... 155 2............. Dallara F302..............Neil Harrison.............................100 3............. Dallara F398..............Russ Giles....................................95 4............. Dallara F301...............Mike Hatton.................................69 5............. Dallara F304..............Tony Bishop.................................45 6............. Dallara F301...............Alex Fores....................................39 7............. Lola.............................James Drew-Williams................29 8............. Dallara F301...............Richard Fores..............................22 9............. Dallara F302/4..........Simon Tate.................................. 20 10........... Dallara F397..............Dan Fox.........................................18 11............. Dallara F304..............Steven Boyles...............................18 12............ Dallara F397..............Kevan McLurg..............................12 13............ Dallara F398..............Simon Lonnergan....................... 10 14............ Dallara F301...............Chris Davison................................0

UKCG MONOPOSTO CHAMPIONSHIP - 2000 CLASS Pos Car Driver Name Total Points 1.............. Van Diemen RF01.....Bryn Tootell................................141 2............. Van Diemen RF00....Terry Clark.................................. 113 3............. Van Diemen F4..........Kevin Otway............................... 94 4............. Van Diemen...............Mat Jordan..................................92 5............. Swift SC98.................Richard Greening.......................76 6............. Dallara F395..............Robert Smith...............................70 7............. Van Diemen RF00....Michael Jowett............................54 8............. Tom’s Toyota.............Robin Dawe.................................48 9............. Mygale........................Joseph Colasacco........................12 10........... Van Diemen RF00....Keith Linforth................................ 8 11............. Renault Tatuus..........Lochlan Bearman..........................6 12............ Van Diemen...............Will Pringle....................................0

UKCG MONOPOSTO CHAMPIONSHIP - 1800 CLASS Pos Car Driver Name Total Points 1.............. Van Diemen RF82.....Chris Lord.................................. 159 2............. Van Diemen RF98.....Phil Davis................................... 130 3............. Van Diemen...............Steven Griffin............................ 102 4............. Van Diemen RF82.....David Jones.................................78 5............. Mygale SJ10...............Douglas McLay............................72 6............. Van Diemen RF82.....Amnon Needham....................... 50 7............. Van Diemen RF82.....Jeff Williams.............................. 40 8............. Van Diemen RF97.....Adrian Heath...............................28 9............. Van Diemen RF95.....Jonathan Baggott......................23 10........... Vector TF93Z............Julian Hoskins............................ 20 11............. Swift SC99Z...............Jock Sergison..............................18 12............ Renault Tatuus..........Lochlan Bearman........................ 16 13............ Van Diemen RF83.....Chris Levy......................................0

UKCG MONOPOSTO CHAMPIONSHIP - 1600 CLASS Pos Car Driver Name Total Points 1.............. Van Diemen RF89.....Geoff Fern.................................160 2............. Lola T640..................Eddie Guest.................................84 3............. Swift SC93F...............Seamus Wild...............................24 4............. Caldwell FF................Chris Williams..............................21 5............. Van Diemen RF83.....Simon Davey.............................. 20 6............. Van Diemen FVJ........Will Cox........................................17 7............. Ray GR97...................Simon Pruce.................................17 8............. Van Diemen RF88.....John Hare.................................... 14

UKCG MONOPOSTO CHAMPIONSHIP - 1400 CLASS Pos Car Driver Name Total Points 1.............. Van Diemen RF01.....Geoff Fern.................................144 2............. Van Diemen RF00....Martin Wright............................. 113 3............. Van Diemen F4..........Jason Timms...............................98 4............. Van Diemen...............Jeremy Timms............................ 44 5............. Swift SC98.................Anthony Gauntlett.......................0

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UKCG MONOPOSTO CHAMPIONSHIP - 2000 CLASSIC CLASS Pos Car Driver Name Total Points 1.............. Van Diemen RF01.....Peter Venn..................................141 2............. Van Diemen RF00....Peter Whitmore......................... 113 3............. Van Diemen F4..........Jared Wood................................ 94 4............. Van Diemen...............Will McAteer...............................92 5............. Swift SC98.................Ian Hughes...................................76 6............. Dallara F395..............Matthew Bromage......................70 7............. Van Diemen RF00....Ewen Sergison............................54 8............. Tom’s Toyota.............Jim Blockley................................48 9............. Mygale........................Marcus Sheard.............................12 10........... Van Diemen RF00....Adrian Holey................................. 8 11............. Renault Tatuus..........Jeremy Goodman.........................6 12............ Van Diemen...............Peter Bromage..............................0

UKCG MONOPOSTO CHAMPIONSHIP MOTO 1000 CLASS Pos Car Driver Name Total Points 1.............. Speads RM04A.........Dean Warren............................. 107 2............. JKS..............................Dominic Shepherd....................100 3............. Leastone 1000..........Mark Reade.................................97 4............. JKS JR01....................Mick Kinghorn..............................81 5............. Speads........................Tom Rawlings............................. 80 6............. Jedi Mk6.....................Richard Gittings..........................74 7............. Speads RM05............Kyle Cutts....................................67 8............. Leastone 1000..........Morgan McCourt......................... 61 9............. Jedi Mk 4...................Roger Wright..............................48 10........... Jedi Mk 6....................Dax Ward.....................................47 11............. Jedi Mk 4...................Dave Wheal................................. 41 12............ Jedi Mk 6....................Nigel Davers................................36 13............ Jedi Mk6.....................Craig Hurran................................35 14............ Jedi Mk VI..................Peter Lague.................................33 15............ Revelation 1000........Andrew Cartmell........................24 16............ Jedi MK6....................Len Turner....................................21 17............ Jedi Mk 6....................Ross Boorman............................. 19 18............ Jedi Mk 6....................Ben McGhee................................ 14 19............ Van Diemen RF94.....Myles Castaldini............................0 20........... Leastone 1000..........Brendan O’Brien...........................0 21............ Jedi Mk VI..................Jon Reed........................................0

MSN CIRCUIT RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP Position Driver Name Total Points 1................................... Chris West................................................. 177 2.................................. Mike Taylor................................................. 151 3.................................. Ryan Connolly.......................................... 132 4.................................. Colin Gemmell.......................................... 126 5.................................. Richard Wells........................................... 123 6.................................. Ciro Carannante....................................... 123 7.................................. Stephen Tilburn.......................................106 8.................................. Paul Sheard............................................... 102 9.................................. Craig Aston................................................101 10................................ John Griffiths............................................100 11.................................. Cathy Sewart............................................100 12................................. Tom Blackwood........................................ 94 13................................. Ron Walker................................................ 94 14................................. Calvin Woods.............................................92 15................................. Blair Thomson............................................83 16................................. Paul Gorge..................................................79 17................................. Steve Dolman.............................................79 18................................. Nick Whale................................................. 73 19................................. Mike English................................................71 20................................ Dale Lawson...............................................70 21................................. Mike Bayliss................................................67 22................................ Thomas Barlow..........................................65 23................................ Andrew Chandler...................................... 64 24................................ Peter Smith.................................................62 25................................ Alex Laffey................................................. 60 26................................ John Stone................................................. 60 27................................ John Carroll............................................... 60 28................................ John Marshall.............................................58 29................................ Paul Steventon...........................................54 30................................ Graham Coffey...........................................52 31................................. Adam Ripper..............................................52 32................................ James Self.................................................. 49 33................................ Stephen Beck............................................ 49 34................................ Chris Platt...................................................47 35................................ Rob Cox.......................................................47 36................................ Ashleigh Morris......................................... 44 37................................ Martin Fox.................................................. 44 38................................ Phillip Burton.............................................42 39................................ Dave Allmark..............................................42 40................................ Ryan Burns.................................................. 41


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RADICAL SR1 CUP Position Team Driver Name Total Points 1................Avidity Motorsport............James Pinkerton............ 426 2...............Radical Works Team.........Ryan Harper-Ellam........ 407 3...............Scorpio................................Will Hunt..........................292 4...............Radical Works Team.........Chris Short..................... 250 5...............Radical Works Team.........Mark Williams................. 210 6...............RAW Motorsport...............Gavin McAlpine.............. 168 7...............RAW Motorsport...............Julian Lay........................160 8...............Simon Green Motorsport.. David Tagg...................... 153 9...............UPE......................................Paul Clark........................ 145 10.............Quattro Motors[prt...........Shane Stoney................... 113 11...............Nielsen Racing...................Peter Devlin...................... 94 12..............Avidity Motorsport............Ross Elliott........................ 91 13..............Track Focused....................Dean Warriner...................89 14..............RAW Motorsport...............Patrick Lay.........................71 15..............Radical Works Team.........Chris Preen........................65 16..............Radical Works Team.........Ollie Wilkinson.................54 17..............Radical Works Team.........Ardarsh Radia....................51 18..............Radical Works Team.........Mackenzie Walker............47 19..............Privateer.............................Andrew Chittenden......... 40 20.............Radical Works Team.........Simon Anderson...............36 21..............Privateer.............................Richard Wilson................ 30 22.............Radical Works Team.........Lyndon McNeil..................28 23.............Nielsen Racing...................David Thompson..............28 24.............Nielsen Racing...................Andrew Ritchie................ 20 25.............Scorpio................................Kevin Childs...................... 14 26.............Nielsen Racing...................Doug Newman....................9

RADICAL EUROPEAN MASTERS MASTERS CLASS Position Team Driver Name Total Points 1................Valour Racing...............Jim Booth/ Ryan Booth....... 157 2...............Nielsen Racing.............Harrison/McClughan/Barker... 128 3...............RAW Motorsport.........A Ferguson/ J Ferguson...... 103 4...............Works............................J Constable/J Kennard..........65 5...............Monza Garage..............J Corbett/ S Mansell..............59 6...............RAW Motorsport.........Louis Hamilton-Smith............48

RADICAL EUROPEAN MASTERS SUPERSPORTS CLASS Position Team Driver Name Total Points 1................Nielsen Racing.............Jani Hjerppe.......................... 418 2...............Nielsen Racing.............J Caudwell/ S Moseley........ 366 3...............Scorpio..........................J Manchester.........................267 4...............Works............................Crader/Ellis/ittlejohn........... 251 5...............Nielsen Racing.............Caudwell/Moseley/Noble.... 198 6...............Works............................Kristian Jeffrey/ Peter Tyler.187 7...............Works............................Gerhard Watzinger................141 8...............Nielsen Racing.............Mark Hignett..........................100 9...............RAW Motorsport.........D Jackson/C Jackson.............92 =...............Works............................Kim Burke/ James Winslow..92 10.............Monza Garage..............Tony Teixeira/ Jose Teixeira..68 11...............Nielsen Racing.............Richard Baxter........................67 12..............Valour Racing...............Gugkaev/Lukashevich............55 13..............360 Racing...................Martin Verity/ Ollie Hancock.36 14..............RAW Motorsport.........M Marateotto/M Cencetti......32 15..............RAW Motorsport.........Jeremy Ferguson....................27 16..............RAW Motorsport.........Andrew Ferguson...................24 17..............RAW Motorsport.........A Ferguson/ J Ferguson........22

Position Team Driver Name Total Points 1................Nielsen Racing.............J Caudwell/S Moseley........... 211 2...............Works............................Gerhard Watzinger.................79 3...............Valour Racing...............Jim Booth................................72 4...............Nielsen Racing.............Mark Hignett............................67 5...............Nielsen Racing.............John Harrison......................... 60 6...............Works............................Mark Crader.............................52 7...............RAW Motorsport.........Andrew Feruson...................... 11

TRACKDAY CHAMPIONSHIP - CLASS S AND A OVERALL Pos Car Driver Name Total Points 1......Caterham ............... Callum McDougal / Ben Simonds...... 163 2.....Porsche Cayman ... Warren Allen......................................... 149 3.....BMW M3 ................. Jim Gibbs / Ryan Gibbs...................... 148 4.....Seat EuroCup......... Darren Goes.......................................... 146 5.....BMW M3.................. Chris Mills / David Gardner...................81 6.....Seat Leon Cup........ Martyn Culley........................................ 80 7.....Seat EuroCup ........ Steve Gales.............................................78 8.....Seat Supercopa...... Mark Nenadic..........................................70 9.....WV Golf Cup.......... Les Barton / Nic Barton........................53 10...Seat Leon Cup........ Barrie Culley...........................................48 11.....Porsche Boxster..... Andy Ball / Rich Hughes...................... 40 12....BMW M3.................. James Britton.........................................36 13....Citroen Saxo........... Ryan Steel ..............................................29 14....BMW M3.................. Hugh Gurney...........................................26 15....Seat Supercopa...... Torquill Macleod / Andre Obineche.....21 16....BMW M3.................. Chris Bialan............................................ 20 17....Lotus Exige............. Simon Hands............................................17 18....BMW M3.................. Mark Flower............................................ 16

TRACKDAY CHAMPIONSHIP - CLASS S Pos Car Driver Name Total Points 1......Caterham................ Callum McDougal / Ben Simonds...... 163 2.....Porsche Cayman ... Warren Allen......................................... 149 3.....BMW M3 ................. Jim Gibbs / Ryan Gibbs...................... 148 4.....Seat EuroCup ........ Darren Goes.......................................... 146 5.....BMW M3.................. Chris Mills / David Gardner...................81 6.....Seat EuroCup......... Steve Gales.............................................78 7.....Seat Supercopa .... Mark Nenadic..........................................70 8.....BMW M3.................. Hugh Gurney...........................................26 9.....Seat Supercopa...... Torquill Macleod / Andre Obineche.....21 10...BMW M3.................. Chris Bialan............................................ 20 11.....Lotus Exige............. Simon Hands............................................17 12....BMW M3.................. Mark Flower............................................ 16

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TRACKDAY CHAMPIONSHIP - CLASS A Pos Car Driver Name Total Points 1......Seat Leon Cup ....... Martyn Culley........................................ 80 2.....WV Golf Cup.......... Les Barton / Nic Barton........................53 3.....Seat Leon Cup........ Barrie Culley...........................................48 4.....Porsche Boxster..... Andy Ball / Rich Hughes...................... 40 5.....BMW M3.................. James Britton.........................................36 6.....Citroen Saxo........... Ryan Steel ..............................................29

TRACKDAY CHAMPIONSHIP - CLASS B, C AND D OVERALL Pos Car Driver Name Total Points 1......Renault Clio Cup ... Ray Honeybone/Jordan Honeybone.168 2.....BMW 3 series......... John Lyne.............................................. 166 3.....BMW 3 series ........ Gary Burstow........................................ 130 4.....Porsche 944........... Jack Wright / George Wright............. 119 5.....Mini Cooper ........... Pete Jokinen..........................................110 6.....BMW E30 ............... Dean Hyde..............................................99 7.....Renault Clio 200.... Tom Rogers / John Griffiths.................93 8.....Honda Civic ........... Sam Gay / Colin Tester.........................68 9.....Ford Fiesta ............ Alf Hyde..................................................68 10...Ford Fiesta............. Kevin Stirling..........................................65 11.....Ford Fiesta ............ Lewis Denslow........................................63 12....Honda Integra........ Tommy Griffiths / Kester Cook.............51 13....Caterham................ Dale Cooper........................................... 50 14....Ford Fiesta ............ William Lynch / Freddie Lynch........... 44 15....Mini Cooper............ Richard Clarke / Toby Hotston............43 16....Mini Cooper ........... Simon Reed............................................ 40 17....BMW 3series ......... Paul McErlean / Robin Welsh...............36 18....Renault Clio ........... Gary Littlewood.....................................35 19....Ford Fiesta ............ Jack Youhill............................................ 30 20...Honda Civic............ Shaun Woods / Tim Evans....................29 21....Ford Fiesta............. Shaun Andrews / Clive Goldthorpe....27 22...Renault Clio............ Dave Slater / Aaron Harding................25 23...Renault Clio............ Alan Lyne................................................23 24...Mini Cooper ........... Gary Bradbury / Chris White...............22 25...Rover Tomcat ........ David Roberts / James Roberts......... 20 26...Mini Cooper ........... Martin Amery / Keith Gibbs................ 20 27...Porsche 944 .......... Chris Bialan / Chris Campbell............. 20 28...Ford Fiesta ............ Roger Everett........................................ 20 29...Ford Fiesta ............ Phil Burden............................................. 19 30...Mini Cooper ........... Adrian Norman........................................18 31....Mini Cooper ........... Chris Hughes / Martin Matthews..........17 32...Seat Ibiza................ Scott Parkin / Ryan Parkin....................17 33...Ford Puma.............. Tom Starkey / Rob Burnham................ 16 34...Ford Fiesta............. John Cooper........................................... 14 35...Renault Clio............ Darren Langeveld / Chris Hoey............ 11 36...SGR Motorsport..... Steven Kely...............................................9 37...VW Beetle ............. Rebecca Jackson..................................... 8 38...Ford Fiesta............. Paul Burn................................................... 8 39...Honda Integre ....... Chris Howes-Roberts............................... 7 40...Caterham ............... Chris Payne............................................... 7 41....BMW 3 Series......... Daniel Seal / Chris Greenwood.............6 42...BMW Compact ...... Roshen Singh............................................4 43...Peugeot 206 ......... David Williams.........................................4 44...Renault Clio ........... Oliver Owen.............................................. 2 45...Renault Clio............ Jamie Thwaites........................................ 2 46...Renault Clio ........... Russel Danzey / Jack Wood....................1 47...Ford Fiesta ............ Stuart Robbins / Simon Horrobin...........1 48...Renault Clio............ Chas Allen..................................................1

TRACKDAY CHAMPIONSHIP - CLASS B Pos Car Driver Name Total Points 1......Renault Clio Cup.... Ray Honeybone/Jordan Honeybone.168 2.....BMW 3 series......... John Lyne.............................................. 166 3.....BMW 3 series......... Gary Burstow........................................ 130 4.....Porsche 944........... Jack Wright / George Wright............. 119 5.....Mini Cooper ........... Pete Jokinen..........................................110 6.....Caterham ............... Dale Cooper........................................... 50 7.....Ford Fiesta............. William Lynch / Freddie Lynch........... 44 8.....Mini Cooper............ Richard Clarke / Toby Hotston............43 9.....Mini Cooper............ Simon Reed............................................ 40 10...BMW 3series ......... Paul McErlean / Robin Welsh...............36 11.....Honda Civic............ Shaun Woods / Tim Evans....................29 12....Renault Clio ........... Dave Slater / Aaron Harding................25 13....Rover Tomcat ........ David Roberts / James Roberts......... 20 14....Mini Cooper............ Martin Amery / Keith Gibbs................ 20 15....Porsche 944 .......... Chris Bialan / Chris Campbell............. 20 16....Mini Cooper ........... Chris Hughes / Martin Matthews..........17 17....Seat Ibiza ............... Scott Parkin / Ryan Parkin....................17 18....Honda Integre........ Chris Howes-Roberts............................... 7 19....Caterham ............... Chris Payne............................................... 7 20...Peugeot 206.......... David Williams.........................................4

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TRACKDAY CHAMPIONSHIP - CLASS C Pos Car Driver Name Total Points 1......BMW E30................ Dean Hyde..............................................99 2.....Renault Clio 200.... Tom Rogers / John Griffiths.................93 3.....Honda Civic ........... Sam Gay / Colin Tester.........................68 4.....Ford Fiesta............. Alf Hyde..................................................68 5.....Ford Fiesta............. Kevin Stirling..........................................65 6.....Ford Fiesta............. Lewis Denslow........................................63 7.....Honda Integra ....... Tommy Griffiths / Kester Cook.............51 8.....Renault Clio ........... Gary Littlewood.....................................35 9.....Renault Clio ........... Alan Lyne................................................23 10...Renault Clio ........... Darren Langeveld / Chris Hoey............ 11 11.....VW Beetle.............. Rebecca Jackson..................................... 8 12....BMW 3 Series ........ Daniel Seal / Chris Greenwood.............6 13....Renault Clio ........... Oliver Owen.............................................. 2 14....Renault Clio............ Jamie Thwaites........................................ 2 15....Renault Clio ........... Russel Danzey / Jack Wood....................1 16....Renault Clio ........... Chas Allen..................................................1

TRACKDAY CHAMPIONSHIP - CLASS D Pos Car Driver Name Total Points 1......Ford Fiesta ............ Jack Youhill............................................ 30 2.....Ford Fiesta ............ Shaun Andrews / Clive Goldthorpe....27 3.....Mini Cooper............ Gary Bradbury / Chris White...............22 4.....Ford Fiesta............. Roger Everett........................................ 20 5.....Ford Fiesta............. Phil Burden............................................. 19 6.....Mini Cooper............ Adrian Norman........................................18 7.....Ford Puma.............. Tom Starkey / Rob Burnham................ 16 8.....Ford Fiesta............. John Cooper........................................... 14 9.....SGR Motorsport..... Steven Kely...............................................9 10...Ford Fiesta............. Paul Burn................................................... 8 11.....BMW Compact ...... Roshen Singh............................................4 12....Ford Fiesta ............ Stuart Robbins / Simon Horrobin...........1

JAVELIN SPRINT SERIES TRACKDAYS SPRINT SERIES Pos Car Driver Name Total Points 1.........Mitsubishi Evo......................... Brookes Kenny.................600 2........Westfield................................. Marsh Simon.....................577 3........Mitsubishi Evo 7 RS................ Loftus Rob.........................567 4........MK Locost ZZR....................... Hough Richard..................563 5........McLaren / Lotus Exige V6..... Johnson Dale.................... 561 6........GPC........................................... Peters Geoff..................... 560 7........Honda Integra Type R............ Ison Neal........................... 548 8........Mini GP2................................... Jones Christian................ 542 9........Caterham................................. Neeves Chris.....................539 10......Vauxhall Astra......................... Theaker Kevin...................535 11........Mini Cooper JCW................... Whiles Tom....................... 515 12.......Mitsubishi Evo......................... Riley Chris........................ 506 13.......Audi TT.................................... Jewell Tom....................... 506 14.......Ginetta G20............................. Pinkerton Nick................. 504 15.......Ford Escort Mk2..................... Wardle Steve.................... 496 16.......Lotus Elise............................... Consitt Hugh.................... 494 17.......Audi TT.................................... Jewell Steve..................... 489 18.......K17 CAR................................... Ison Jon............................ 479 19.......Subaru Impreza...................... Smith Kevin.......................478 20......Subaru Impreza...................... Simpson Dean.................. 476 21.......Honda Civic Type R................ Wilson Karl....................... 476 22......Mazda MX5.............................. Plummer Luke...................472 23......MGZR........................................ Seal Tony........................... 461 24......Renault Clio 172...................... Mason Kate....................... 452 25......Mini JCW................................. Jones Matt........................ 450 26......Honda Civic Type R................ Rowe David...................... 450 27......Ginetta G20............................. Stokes Neil....................... 434 28......Renault Clio............................. Bedford Tim...................... 417 29......Ford Puma............................... Morris Stewart.................. 412 30......Opel Manta.............................. Concannon Phil................395 31.......Ariel Atom 3.5R...................... Drewell Stuart.................. 394 32......Abarth Punto Evo................... Bunyan Teo........................389 33......Mini GP1................................... Martin Simon.................... 384 34......Caterham R400...................... Rawlings Mike...................377 35......Renault Clio 182...................... Dixon Paul.........................363 36......BMW E46 Compact................ Laramy Paul......................358 37......Nissan 350Z............................ Johnson David................. 345 38......Mazda MX5.............................. Peters Adrian................... 344 39......Ginetta G20............................. Stokes George................. 334


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40......Mazda MX5.............................. Holroyd Colin....................332 41.......BMW 330................................. Ramsden Kurt................... 321 42......Honda Civic Type R................ Proctor Martin.................. 320 43......Renault Clio 200.................... Andrade Rob.................... 320 44......Ford Escort GTI...................... Yates Paul......................... 303 45......BMW 330................................. Pearson Dave....................295 46......Mitsubishi Evo 6 TME............. Simpson Jake................... 284 47......Vauxhall VX220 SC................ Hill Christopher................282 48......Vauxhall Corsa VXR............... Bamford Dale....................279 49......Ford Ka.................................... McGuigan Gerard.............279 50......Lotus 7..................................... Kirtland Matthew............. 268 51.......Mazda MX5 Turbo................... Wilde Kevin.......................257 52......Mazda MX5.............................. Rhodes Kevin................... 248 53......BMW E36 323......................... Singleton Tom...................223 54......Toyota Celica/BMW 330D.... McDonald Andy................ 214 55......Rover 25................................... Willars Lee......................... 211 56......Ginetta G20............................. Burrows Ross................... 209 57......Subaru Impreza...................... Bradley Niall...................... 199 58......Subaru Impreza...................... Martin Graham.................. 195 59......Renault Clio 172...................... Zajac Artur........................ 193 60......Westfield................................. Nicholls Philip................... 188

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