Allen Trial

Mal Allen and Dean Partington take the Major Awards on well supported event

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Calvin Samuel captures Allen Trial winner Mal Allen in his Marlin as he tackles the mud of John Walker as the light starts to fade. More of Calvins work on his Website csphotos.biz where you can purchase hires downloads

Bristol Motor Club and its well established organising team were rewarded by 66 entries for their Allen Trial.

This years event followed the Allens well established format, utilising as many public tracks as possible. It wasn’t that long ago that The Allen was an all public track event. However, the inevitable loss of access has necessitated a couple of excursions onto private land these days.

The Allen has a reputation as neither being particularly rough or tough. This coupled with the dry conditions resulted in 14 clean sheets.

Mal Allen took home The Allen Trophy with his Marlin after putting in the fastest times on the Special Tests. Mal and Dean Partington put in an identical performance on the Ubley Wood test but Mal was nearly a second quicker at Frys Bottom. Dean was awarded the Redcliffe Trophy for best clubman and was best in Class Eight. Continue reading “Allen Trial”

First ACTC win for a Liege on The Allen

Ray Ferguson won The Allen Trial with one of two clean sheets. His Liege was faster than Tim Naylers BMW Z3 on the Special Tests

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Ray and Hannah Ferguson had no time to enjoy the view of the lake as they clean one of the sections at Ubley Woods on their way to a clean sheet and a win on the Allen Trial in their Liege. Photo by Calvin Samuel. Click here for more of Calvins work.

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Aaron Haizelden won the 70th Aniversary Allen Trial

Aarons rival for the Wheelspin Championship, Dean Partington, was 5th overall after dropping 3 on Guys Hill. Tied on 62 points its down to the wire on The Camel Classic, the last event of the year.

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