Stuart was the only car with single figures on a tough trial
InCar with Camel and Crracking winners Stuart and Kieran Bartlett
Camel Vale Motor Club lived up to their reputation and put on a tough finale to this years ACTC Championship.
Stuart Bartlett put in a dominating performance in his Cannon, dropping only three marks on the day, the only car in single figures. Behind Stuart in his class eight car the results were spread around the classes. Philip Thomas was second overall from Class 7 with 18, Aaron Haizelden third from Class 5 with 19 and Craig Allen fourth on 24 in his Class 4 Beetle.
With the Wheelspin Trophy secured Matt Facey handed the keys of his BMW to Duncan Stephens and Nick Farmer who enjoyed the experience although they couldn’t better the 1300 Beetle pairing of Craig and Nigel Allen in the amalgamated Class 3 and 4.
Alan Keat was best Outfit and Chris Dustow leading Solo.
Matt and Hollie Wood were the fastest of the three clean sheets
Once again Bristol Motor Club were rewarded by a supurb entry for the popular Allen Trial. 74 cars were entered, dropping to just under 70 starters from The Bull at Hinton. It was cloudy but dry day after a lot of rain recently which was to make some of the sections very muddy. Continue reading “Matt Facey wins Allen to clinch Wheelspin”
It was a close thing, with Ray Ferguson just one mark behind
InCar with Ray and Hannah Ferguson in their Liege
Woolbridge had strong local support for their Classic Trial, including a Four Wheel Drive class running at the back of the field. The event was a mixture of traditional lanes supplemented by some grassy venues familiar to competitors who go to the clubs single venue events. These of course require a very different driving technique to the rocky lanes. Either trickle or blast, there is no in-between! Continue reading “Paul Merson takes narrow Hardy win”
Driving his familiar Reliant Scimitar in Class 5 Dave was headed by Gary Browning in his Class Eight Special until the penultimate section where Gary dropped 11 marks relegating him to second overall but hanging on to the class win. Continue reading “David Haizelden Conquers Kyrle”
Some Tough Restarts made it a Tough Trial for the Higher Classes
Aaron was competing in a well supported Class 5 with his Reliant Scimitar, dropping 15 marks, one less than second placed Matt Facey in his Class 3 BMW. One point behind Matt came two more Scimitars in the experienced hands of Dave Haizelden and Keith Sanders. Continue reading “Aaron Haizelden wins Tamar Trophy”