Snow on the Durham Dales

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Stephen Kingstone choose four wheels rather than his Matchless but still chose to run with the hood down! Steve finished second overall in the Car Category (Photo by Alistair Knox)

Unfortunately this years ACTC Championship Status didn’t result in an increase in visitors to the Middle England Classic Vehicle Club’s event. Neverless it was enjoyed by those who did attend despite a sprinkling of snow too spice things up.

In the cars Dean Partington came one short of a clean sheet, followed by Stephen Kingstone in his Midget.


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Durham Dales

Adrian Tucker Peake was best car dropping only one mark in his MGF

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Ably assisted by John Rhodes Yorkshire Dales organiser John Bell tackles Stanhope Ford in his Dutton Melos (Photo by CRS Photosport)

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Durham Dales

David Golightly just missed an overall win on test times last year. This year he went one better, beating Dean Partington on the hills. Phil Sanders was best Motorcycle

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Barry Redmayne has been using a Suzuki X90 recently. For the Durham Dales he reverted to his 4 Cylinder, 1600cc, Suzuki engined Liege which runs in Class Eight. Photo by Dave Cook. You can purchase prints and HiRes Downloads from this and many other trials on his Web Site
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Phil Sanders was best Motorcycle. Pictured here by Dave Cook on Calvers Hump

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Durham Dales Trial

Adrian Tucker-Peake (MGF) won a dry trial with a clean sheet, beating David Golightly on Test Times. Frank Anderton was best motorcycle

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