Both Motorcycle and Car Categories had low scores as the sections were bone dry and there was a lot of grip everywhere. John Kenny was best Motorcycle, besting the versatile Steve Kingston on his Class A machine as opposed to the familiar MG Midget. Dean Partington was best car.
The dry sections put a strain on transmissions, Clive Kalber (Tucker Peake Pop), Lee Peck (Dutton Melos) and Dave Haizelden (Reliant Scimitar) all having their machinery wilt under the strain.
Sword Point 1 took away a few car clean sheets with a restart for 7 & 8 and a deviation from the main track for all proving problematical.
Both Dean Partington (DP Wasp) and David Golightly (Morton and Brett) only dropped two marks, Dean on Sword Point 2 and David on Watergate 2. The overall win going to Dean on test times.
Dan won by one mark over Simon Groves who had Dick Bolt passengering in his rather smokey Troll in Camel Vales single venue event in Bonyala Woods
There were a couple of retirements. Dave Haizeldens run of bad luck continued when an injector stuck open causing his Scimitar to loose power. Craig Allen had the misfortune to loose the exhaust on the Beetle he was sharing with Nigel.
Single venue event in Dunmere Woods on 5 March 2017
The Premier awards on Camel Vales Index went to Keelan Hancock (Motorcycles) who dropped two and also had the lowest motorcycle score and Martyn Harry (Cars). The lowest car score was Simon Groves in his Troll.