After racing anti-clockwise last week drivers had a chance to fully unwind, no corner dots this week either for a change.
Some keen competition in the qualifying with Karl Norris taking the top spot closely followed by Darren Ford and Chelle Snowden
Jordan Leavis was the highest placed F2 driver being fourth overall, Bob Harris was having a great evening being second F2 keeping Guy Rogers at bay by just 6/100th second.
Benn Norris was the top F3 driver, Jack Walsh was second and Courtney Orme third.
The mardave class was a head to head between Alex and Harvey Forster with Alex taking the number one spot.
The mardave final was first up, combined with the GT12 D Final. A real battle this to determine who would be the top “Team Forster” driver this week. The result was close – Alex being the winner and Harvey finishing two seconds behind and setting the quickest laptime. Freddie Parker took third place.
The GT12 C final saw some good driving, Benn Norris, Jack Walsh and Courtney Orme were all going well but at the finish Benn was the winner, Jack finishing just a couple of seconds behind and Courtney taking third place.
Bob Harris had the advantage of pole position in the B final but things all went awry, finding himself in third place by the end of the first lap with Guy Rogers leading and Mike Simpson in second place. Mike moved into the lead on lap 5 and with all four drivers lapping within a few hundredths of a second of one another who had the cleanest run would decide the result.
In the end Mike was the winner, Bob fought back into second place, Kayleigh Knight taking third.
Just the A final left and what a great race it was to watch, some superb driving and a very close finish, Karl Norris winning with Darren Ford just five seconds behind and Chelle Snowden in third place, all three drivers on the same lap. Jordan Leavis took fourth place just a lap down to take the lead in F2.
Burton Buggy Club is running the Burton 2018 GT12 GRAND PRIX at Gresley Old Hall on SUNDAY 2nd September.
Racing starts at 9AM.
The Race fee is £10
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Trophies will be presented at the end of the meeting.
If you require any further information please contact Bob Harley.
The Charity event held on the 19th June was a great success raising £130.
Thanks to all who took part for your generosity, racing in an anti-clockwise direction for a change
Congratulations to all the trophy winners and to Bob Harley for providing the trophies
Roy Matthews is now the outright leader in the mardave class after a fine win in the final with Dean Bostock moving up into second place.
Karl Norris clocked up his second maximum points in three rounds to extend his lead in GT12 F1, Darren Ford is now in second place and Bob Harley third.
In GT12 F2 Dan Sheppard took his third consecutive maximum points and now has a commanding lead over Mike Simpson and Jordan Leavis.
Courtney Orme still leads the GT12 F3 but watch out for Jack Walsh and Benn Norris who have both made impressive performances in the two rounds they have raced in.
In the LMP class Steve Donald got off to a flying start being quickest in the first round of qualifying, however Ashley King won the remaining two rounds, Steve being second and Fred Hatfield third overall. In the final Ashley won by 2 seconds (again!), Steve took a well earned second place and Richard Norris was third.
A good evenings racing, six rounds of the summer league still remain.
Roy Matthews moves into the lead in the Mardave V12 league but only by a single point from Harvey Forster in second place.
Karl Norris increases his lead in GT12 F1, Chelle Snowden takes second place and Darren Ford third.
Jordan Leavis still leads GT12 F2 but Dan Sheppard trimmed his lead to just 2 points, Bob Harris is third.
Benn Norris reduced Courtney Ormes lead in GT12 F3 by a point, Jack Walsh is in third place.
Roy Matthews had a great drive in the mardave final, lapping everyone else to win, Alex Forster finished in second place and Harvey Forster third.
Courtney Orme had the quickest lap in the GT12 C final but the consistent driving from Benn Norris won him the race with Courtney finishing second and James Walker third.
Bob Harley went 2 laps clear to win the GT12 B final, a superb drive from Kayleigh Knight with a brand new bodyshell fitted to her car earned her second place, just holding off a challenge from Bob Harris who finished in third place.
Karl Norris was the winner of the GT12 A final, Chelle Snowden took second place just ahead of Darren Ford.
A very close race in the LMP final to finish off the evenings racing where Ashley King beat Steve Donald yet again, this time by just under 2 seconds, Richard Norris was third.
Chelle Snowden presented the spring league trophies to the drivers who were unable to make it to the main presentation a couple of weeks ago.