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John Collins had his first overall win in the British Rallycross Championship last weekend at Lydden in the new Honda S2000 2.3 engine. He beat all the regulars in a dominant display.

Darren Pinchin leads the highly competitive BTRDA 1400 Chamionship in the RED engined Proton

Results to date

Wyedean
Finished 46th overall and 1st in class beating Graham Middleton by 1 minute. This was the first time Darren had sat in the car as he only got the car 8 days before.

Humberside
Finished 32nd overall and 2nd in class.

Somerset
Finished 24th overall and 1st in class and should have made it into the top 20 really as he lost brakes for two of the stages. Set a 1400cc record up Porlock Hill.

Dukeries
Finished 33rd o/a and 2nd in class but took the championship win. Poor set up on the car was at fault here unfortunately.

Rally of the midlands
Darren's first tarmac rally and came 27 o/a and 1st in the BRC Challenge Championship

At the present moment he is leading the btrda 1400 championship with only needing to finish 1 more event.

 

Bruce Edwards wins 3rd rally in a row in his RED Honda engined Darrian

Bruce Edwards has just won his third rally in succession against some very stiff 4 wheel drive competition using our Honda S2000 engined developed parts.

See video clip of car HERE

Here at Crail

 

 

Latest Historic F2 Update

After several disappointing outings in his F2 Marches due mainly to teething troubles with engine installations, Peter Meyrick driving his Race Engine Design Hart powered March 782 at the SPA circuit in Belgium, managed P1 in European F2 qualifying. In the race proper after a bad start, he dropped down to fifth place but after some hard driving managed to overtake Steve Maxtedís Lola T360 and Bo Warmenius March 772 but even though he had lost too much ground to be in touch with the leaders, managed to get on the podium in third place. In Race two Peter started from pole but was beaten into second place by Christian Million in his Ralt RT1, after 3 laps with Peter on his rear wing Million spun at the Bustop Chicane and Peter went on to lead the race, closely followed by Martin Stretton in his March 712M and Bob Juggins in his Lola T240 these three remained locked together in tight formation up to the end of the race, Meyrick staying on top until the finish just 0.713 seconds ahead of Stretton with Juggins 8.1 secs in third.

Picture shows Meyrick leading the pack on the warm up lap before the first race.

 

 

Proton 1400

Duncan Williams going out of the RED DRAGON last weekend in style after leading the 1400 class by 22 seconds in his RED powered Proton Satria, he couldnít find his wheel!


 

Honda Engine

Bruce Edwards won his class last weekend at Ingleston and finished 6th overall using the Honda S2000 engine with our competition developed parts.

Picture courtesy of AML photography.

See video clip of car here

 

Donnington Park

On Sunday April 22nd our two Hart 420R 2ltr engines in March782 F2 cars sat on the grid at Donginton Park, Andy Meyrick 2nd and His dad Peter Meyrick 5th.

Off the start into Redgate Andy went on the inside of pole sitter Simon Hadfield in his Formula 5000 car and into the lead, on the 5th lap Andy had a 100yd lead when he lost 4th gear, he carried on in the lead, fighting off Simon Hadfield until the 11th lap when Hadfield became frustrated and punted Andy off going through the chicane, unfortunately after all 4 wheels leaving the floor, 8 X 360 spins and missing the outer wall by centimeters Andy regained control of the car only to have the engine die as he tried to regain the circuit, his race was over, Peter Meyrick had by this time moved up to 3rd place (now second after Andyís off) overtaking one F2 car and one F5000 car, he battled for ten laps with a frustrated F5000 driver unable to catch him but following closely behind, until spinning off on the inside of the exit of the chicane, leaving Peter to have a comfortable remaining few laps home to finish second in his first outing in his March 782. Andy set fastest lap and won Driver of the Day Award, a good finish to the day.

 
 

 

 

 

 

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