RESULT: 2016 Meadens Skoda Gurston Down Hill Climb Championship

RESULT: 2016 Meadens Skoda Gurston Down Hill Climb Championship

The Meadens Skoda Gurston Down Hill Climb Championship has been very close all season.

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The September meeting was going to be the decider! Both Stephen Moore (the 2015 Champion) and Simon Purcell (the 2014 Champion) could be crowned depending on class wins and record breaking runs!

After the first timed runs, Simon had a bit of a spin at Ashes and Stephen “just” matched his previous record! So it was all going to be decided on the second timed runs!

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Stephen did exactly what he needed to, breaking his own record again and winning the class! But it now depended on Simon’s run! Sadly, Simon didn’t quite make it, leaving Stephen as Champion!

FULL CLASS RESULTS:

The Road Going Series Production up to 2000cc Class Champion is Adam Greenen. His brother, Andy, was second in their rather rapid Honda Civic Type R. Tim Forster and his lovely Lotus Elan, finished third.

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Gurston Down’s Mazda MX5 Class Champion is Mark Crookall. His change of car mid-season didn’t hurt his performance and results! Mark Jones was second! This class looks like it will be hotly contested next season.

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The over 2000cc Road Going Series Production Class Champion is also the 2016 Meadens Skoda Gurston Down Champion, Stephen Moore. His 2.0t Mitsubishi Evo 6 has now helped him to two consecutive championships! Clive Stangle was second.

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The Road Going Specialist Production Class Champion is Clive Skipper (2.0 Caterham HPC). But the battle with Adrian Lewis’(1.4 Westfield Megabusa) went down to the wire. Clive winning by just 0.55 points!

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The Modified Limited Production Marque Sports Cars up to 2000cc Class Champion is Graham Beale with his Ginetta.

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The over 2000cc Modified Limited Production Marque Sports Car Class Champion is Simon Purcell with his supercharged and turbo charged Lotus Exige. Steve Holley came second.

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The up to 1400cc Modified Series Production Class Champion and third overall in his Mini Cooper S is Neil Turner. His class record in September boosted him up the overall standings! Derek Mullis was second.

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The Over 2000cc Modified Series Production Class Champion is Tim Painter and that gorgeous Aston Martin Vantage. Mark Walker (3.4 Porsche Cayman S) finished on equal points but Tim took the championship on tie-break rules.

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The Modified Specialist Production Car Class Champion is Mike Rudge. This class is probably the most competitive! Anthony Orchard finished second.

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The Historically Interesting Class Champion is Hugh Kemp in that rather lovely Palliser WDF3. Fyrth Crosse was second.

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The up to 2000cc Sports Libre Class Champion is Tim Pitfield (DJ Firecat). Peter Steel was second in his lovely Mallock Mk20.

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The over 2000cc Sports Libre Class Champion is Chris Cannell and his Force SR8. Chris fended off Keith Diggle and Sue Hayes who finished second and third respectively.

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The up to 600cc Racing Car Class Champion is David Cuff.

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The 601 to 1100cc Racing Car Class Champion is James Moore (Empire EVO) with Murray Wakeham (OMS) second.

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The 1100cc to 1600cc Racing Car Class Champion is Peter D Smith (Force), who finished third in the Top Ten Challenge. Richard Gayland was second.

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The ultra-competitive Formula Ford Class Champion and current class record holder is Simon McBeath and his Swift SC92F. Russell Haynes was second.

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The 1601cc to 2000cc Racing Car Forced Induction Class Champion is Simon Marsh who beat his brother, Peter, in their shared DJ Firehawk. Simon also won the Cavendish Ships Stores Gurston Down Top Ten Championship!

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The Over 2000cc Racing Car Class Champion is Jason Mourant in his Gould GR55. He finished tenth in the British Hill Climb Championship.

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Well done to all the competitors and the class champions for their valiant work all season!

And lets not forget all those people who made our championships possible! The office staff, the marshalls, timekeepers, control, scrutineers and officials without whom we couldn’t run our meetings. Thanks to Ashley Wood Recovery, TSL Timing, Insight Medical Services, Insight Security and Peter Crutcher from Ringwood PA for their years service.

Anthony Record – Press Officer Gurston Down Speed Hill Climb – BARC SW

 

 

RESULT – The Cavendish Ships Stores Gurston Down Top Ten Challenge

RESULT – The Cavendish Ships Stores Gurston Down Top Ten Challenge

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The Cavendish Ships Stores Gurston Down BARC SW Top Ten Challenge was decided at the September meeting. Peter and Simon Marsh, driving the DJ Firehawk they share, were very much in contention before the meeting!

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Conditions were almost perfect for a really competitive days racing!

Peter needed to be fastest and for Simon to fall back. Peter D Smith was on hand to make that possible but it wasn’t to be either Peter’s day! Simon was fastest and won Fastest Time of the Day so he ended the day in front and became Challenge Champion!

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The Final Results were:

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Second: Peter Marsh

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First and Challenge Champion: Simon Marsh

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Congratulations Simon!

Anthony Record – Press Officer BARC SW Gurston Down Speed Hill Climb

Annual Dinner / Awards – 12th November

Just a reminder that the Gurston Down Speed Hill Climb Annual Dinner and Awards is coming up soon.

It’s at the Royal Chase Hotel in Shaftsbury – starting at 18:30!

Menu choices can be found on the form. There should be something for everyone!

Here’s a link to the application form! Get your booking in early!

Annual Dinner and Awards – Application Form

Why not book a room? Check the application form for the Royal Chase Hotel’s number!

Championship Finale – Event Report

Championship Finale – Event Report

The weather was almost perfect for the season finale at Gurston Down Speed Hill Climb. Saturdays rain was gone by late evening and the prospects for some really competitive motorsport loomed.

Both the Meadens Skoda Gurston Down Hill Climb Championship and the Cavendish Ships Stores BARC SW Top Ten Challenge were to be decided. There will be a full report on the both championships later.

This years Meadens Skoda Gurston Down Hill Climb Championship was decided in the second timed runs. Stephen Moore, last years champion, made it two in a row. Stephen had to break the class record to win the championship. The first timed run almost went to plan but he “only” matched the record! It was all to do in the second run! Stephen did exactly what he needed, breaking his own record again! Finishing on

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The Cavendish Ships Stores BARC SW Top Ten Challenge was also up for grabs. Simon Marsh maintained his lead, taking fastest time of the day too!

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FULL CLASS RESULTS:

Invited Classes:

The TR Class is up first. Roderick Warner’s TR7 V8 took the honours finishing on 39.38s with Dale Huxford in his Spitfire second on 40.74s and Tony Browne in the Triumph Dolomite taking third finishing on 41.14s.

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The MG Cars went next, the top two drivers finishing jusy 0.12s apart. Richard Withers (MGB GT) won with a first timed run of 40.20s and Robert Orford’s (MGB Roadster) second timed run almost snatched the win. Robert could quite match Richard’s first timed run and finished on 40.32s.

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The Austin Healey, Big Healey and Warwick Cars Class was another close class, with Paul Baker (Austin Healey 3000), at Cooper (Austin Healey 100/6) and Richard Mason (3.0 3000 Mk 2) finished in first, second and third, on 39.03s, 39.12s and 39.40, respectively.

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The Austin Healey Sprite Class was another hotly contested class! The first three were separated by less than 0.5s and the first five less than 1s! Andrew Taylor was second, to Joseph Mackrell after the first timed run. But it all changed in the second timed run, Andrew pulled a 39.34s run, narrowly beating Joseph’s first time run of 39.56s. Stephen Casson and his Sprinzel Coupe stopped the clocks on 39.75s to take third.

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The Reliant Scimitar and Sabre Cars class wasn’t quite as close as the previous classes. Steven Louch and his beautifully presented Scimitar GTE took first with a first timed run of 38.48s. Craig Hughes secured second in his Scimitar Sabre with a second timed run of 39.22s.

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The special Isle of Wright Car Club class saw a variety of cars. With the Ford Escort MK1 RS2000 of Richard Weaver and a Locost driven by Steve Wells stopping the clocks on identical times of 36.99s in the second timed runs! Steven takes the class win because he had a better aggregate time.

Regular Gurston Classes

Gurston Down’s Mazda MX5 Class saw six cars in the class. Mark Crookall with his gold Mk2 RS started favourite but Nick Revels had a new car (another MK2 RS) and Dean Cubitt’s MK1 was finally running right, it wasn’t going to be easy!Mark finished first on 41.04s, Dean second on 41.20s and Nick third on 43.44s. The MX5 class next season looks like it’ll be one to watch!

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The Road Going Series Production Class up to 2000cc, just gets better and better. The Greenen brothers have had a great season in their Honda Civic Type R but the unexpected star this season is Tim Forster and his lovely Lotus Elan! Adam finished first on 37.52s, Tim second on 37,61s and Andy third on 37.74s.

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The Over 2000cc Road Going Series Production Class, saw the 2015 Meadens Skoda Gurston Down Champion, Stephen Moore and his 2.0t Mitsubishi Evo 6 needing a class record to take the title for the second year running. The record stood at 33.31s and Stephen matched that in his first timed run! So it was all or nothing in the second timed run! Stephen arrived at Top Paddock wondering whether he’d done what was needed. He took 0.35s off his first run and set a new class record at 32.96s! He won the class and the championship too! You can find an in-car video on our facebook page!

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The Road Going Specialist Production Class had Clive Skipper’s 2.0 Caterham HPC and Adrian Lewis’ 1.4 Westfield Megabusa, stopping the clocks on 34.33s and 34.35s respectively in their first timed runs. Neither improved on their second timed run so Clive took the class win!

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There was only one starter in the Modified Limited Production Marque Sports Cars up to 2000cc Class, Sarah Bosworth and her Lotus Elise! Sarah managed a 34.98s run!

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The Over 2000cc Modified Limited Production Marque Sports Car Class was won by Simon Purcell in his supercharged and turbo charged Lotus Exige. Simon first timed run wasn’t a good run, he needed to beat the class record to win the championship. His second timed run of 35.99s won the class.

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The up to 1400cc Modified Series Production Class is complemented with classic Minis as usual. Neil Turner and his Mini Cooper S won the class and set a new class record with a 35.22s second timed run! He was a happy man in Top Paddock!

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Richard Wood in his Yamaha Mini took the Modified Series Mini Class, stopping the clocks on 38.68s.

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The 1400cc to 2000cc Modified Series Production Class, was won by Daniel Jacobs in his Peugeot 205 finishing on 36.32s.

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Tim Painter and the gorgeous Aston Martin Vantage won the over 2000cc Modified Series Production Class. But Mark Walker and his 3.4 Porsche Cayman S made it tough! Tim finishing on 35.33s just 0.14s ahead of Mark.

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Mike Rudge won the over 2000cc Modified Specialist Production Class in his super quick Westfield Sei. He managed a 31.46 beating Martin Watson.

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Hugh Kemp and his 1.6 Palliser WDF3 fended off Geoff Hunt and his Lotus 22 and the Jensen C-V8 Mk1 driven by Richard Lovell-Butt to win the Historically Interesting Class. Hugh managed a 35.61s with Geoff second on 37.43s.

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The up to 2000cc Sports Libre Class was won by Peter Steel in his lovely Mallock Mk20. He was challenged hard by Tim Pitfield but Tim couldn’t quite match Peter’s first run time of 33.44s.

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The over 2000cc Sports Libre Class saw Chris Cannell and his Force SR8 fend off Keith Diggle and Sue Hayes! Chris finished just over a second ahead of Lance stopping the clock at 30.82s.

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The ‘500 Owners Association’ historic 500cc racing cars came next. Andrew and James Forsyth brought the Alfa Dana of their late father John Forsyth.

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But the Alfa Dana suffered a mechanical issue during the first timed run and didn’t complete a climb. Mark Riley and his Creamer won finishing on 41.38s.

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The ‘500 Owners Association’ – Other Car Class had just one entrant so Ainsley Barwick won with a 45.87s first timed run.

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James Moore Empire EVO beat Murray Wakeham’s OMS to take the honours in the 601cc to 1100cc Racing Car Class. James’s time of 31.45s. The next three in this class were separated by less than one second. Great racing!

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The 1100cc to 1600cc Racing Car Class was won by Peter D Smith (Force), with a 29.95s run. Pete Hammock (OMS) was only 0.50s behind and finished on 30.45s!

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The ultra-competitive Formula Ford Class was next! Simon McBeath and his Swift SC92F, the current record holder, won. He managed a 36.60s first timed run with Russell Haynes and Roger Moran finishing second and third. The top three were separated by just 0.35s.

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Simon Marsh beat his brother Peter in the 1601cc to 2000cc Racing Car Forced Induction Class in their shared DJ Firehawk. Simon also won the Cavendish Ships Stores Gurston Down Top Ten Championship and the Fastest Time of the Day. Well done Simon!

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Full Championship Report Coming Soon!

Gurston Marshall of the Year: Rob Broomfield

Rob’s won Marshall of the Year for his sterling work in the Top Paddock! Well Done!

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And he hates having his picture taken!!

We would like to thank everyone who made the day possible, the office staff, the marshalls (who braved the rain), timekeepers, scrutineers and officials without whom we couldn’t run the meeting. Thanks to Ashley Wood Recovery, TSL Timing, Insight Medical Services, Insight Security and Peter Crutcher from Ringwood PA.

Anthony Record – Press Officer BARC SW Gurston Down Speed Hill Climb

Championship Finale – Sunday 11th September

Championship Finale – Sunday 11th September

The season finale at Gurston Down Speed Hill Climb, on Sunday 11th September. There will a full day’s exciting and entertaining championship action.

Over 130 cars and drivers will compete in standard road cars, classic and modern cars and amazingly fast sport and single seat racing cars. All of them will pit their wits against the fast and twisty course at Wiltshire’s famous Speed Hill Climb Venue and each other to score valuable championship points.

Spectators have unrivalled access to the hill, paddock and facilities. The excellent catering and refreshments are available on site too.

You really can’t get closer to the action!

Meeting Details:

Gurston Down Speed Hill Climb hosts a number of championships, including the final rounds of the Meadens Skoda Gurston Down Hill Climb Championship and the Cavendish Ships Stores BARC SW Top Ten Challenge. Both of these championships have yet to be decided, so September will be important for many of the registered contenders.

In the Meadens Skoda Gurston Down Hill Climb Championship there are two drivers, both former champions, who can win. Simon Purcell leads on 88 points with Stephen Moore second on 87 points. Stephen will need a class record breaking timed run to grab the extra point but he would then be equal with Simon. Third and fourth places aren’t decided either! Chris Cannell leads Graham Beale by just 0.33 points.

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The Cavendish Ships Stores BARC SW Top Ten Challenge is currently lead by Simon Marsh, his brother Peter is second, Peter Sexton, Peter D Smith and Jonathan Gates, third, fourth and fifth respectively could all mathematically win the championship. But they are all dependant on each others results!

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John Davey – Top Ten Championship Sponsor

Other championships visiting the hill include, Triumph TR cars, MG Cars, Austin Healeys, the Reliant Scimitar and Sabre cars as well as the historic 500cc racing cars.

Fastest Time of the Day should be interesting! Peter D Smith’s Force and Simon and Peter Marsh’s DJ Firehawk are likely contenders. But we shouldn’t forget the SR8 of Chris Cannell and Sue Hayes and the Force LM being driven by Jonathan Gates and Gurston Championship Sponsor, Peter Sexton, which might all be in with a chance.

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The TR Class is up first. Roderick Warner (TR7 V8) probably starts favourite with the TR6 of Nick Smith second favourite, based on April meeting results. But what does the April form book mean? You can’t ignore any of the car and driver combinations in this class.

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The MG Cars go next. There are fifteen drivers in this class. Robert Orford (MGB Roadster), Richard Withers (MGB GT) or Steve Luscombe (MG Midget) are, on previous form, likely to be the top three.

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In the Big Healey and Warwick Cars Class should see Richard Mason (3.0 3000 Mk 2) take the honours. Although Pat Cooper (Austin Healey 100/6) and Paul Baker (Austin Healey 3000) won’t let him take that win without a fight.

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The Austin Healey Sprite Class has eight drivers, all of whom could take the win. Andrew Taylor and Colin Gale are the fastest two based on previous results but all the other drivers will want to score points and take a win.

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The Reliant Scimitar and Sabre Cars class has a good entry, including a now super rare Scimitar SS1. The GTE of Steven and John Louch likely winners.

The Isle of Wright Car Club class sees three cars. A Mazda MX5 driven by Kevin Richardson, a Ford Escort RS2000 of Richard Weaver and a Locost driven by Steve Wells. It’ll probably between the Escort and Locost. But these drivers are new to Gurston so it will be great to see just how much they will improve over the day.

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Gusrton Down’s Mazda MX5 Class will be particularly interesting. Mark Crookall has already won this class in the championship. But Dean Cubitt, Mark Jones and Nick Revels will all be wanting to beat Mark in the season finale!

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The Road Going Series Production Class up to 2000cc brings both Andy and Adam Greenen competing together. Andy has missed a few events and will be wanting to grab his brothers class record. But they will have Tim Forster in his Lotus Elan to contend with after he posted a time just 0.01s off the class record. Paul Webster, Gurston’s competition secretary, in his Mazda MX5, shouldn’t be forgotten but he’ll have to be on top form to catch them.

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The Over 2000cc Road Going Series Production Class, is likely to be won by the 2015 Meadens Skoda Gurston Down Champion, Stephen Moore in his 2.0t Mitsubishi Evo 6. But the Subaru of Shaun Fudge should be back so we will see. Stephen will be looking to break the class record as it’s the only way he can regain his title. It will be interesting to see how the turbocharged Mazda MX5 of Jon Maycock does, particularly his times against the standard car class.

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The Road Going Specialist Production Class always brings fast cars to the hill. Clive Skipper’s 2.0 Caterham HPC or Adrian Lewis’ 1.4 Westfield Megabusa are the most likely winners in this class. We will have to wait and see.

The Modified Limited Production Marque Sports Cars up to 2000cc Class pits Graham Beale’s Ginetta G20 against Sarah Bosworth and her Lotus Elise. Sarah will probably be the surprise here, to those who haven’t seen her drive! She’ll be one to watch! She’ll make Graham’s job of improving his championship position a real problem! Hill record for Sarah? Sarah holds a number of class records at other hills so she’ll be looking to add Gurston to her collection!

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The over 2000cc Modified Limited Production Marque Sports Car Class sees Bob Mortimer (Porsche 911), Paul Slade (Jagaur E Type), and the TVR Griffith of Steve Holley in what will be an interesting class. Bob’s probably favourite.

The up to 1400cc Modified Series Production Class is complemented with classic Minis as usual. Jim White, the class record holder, in his highly developed 1.4 Mini Clubman will be starting as favourite. Derek Mullis and Neil Turner have been having a good season so this should make an interesting battle.

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Richard Wood runs in his Yamaha Mini both days in the Modified Series Mini Class.

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The 1400cc to 2000cc Modified Series Production Class, has just one entrant. Daneil Jacobs in a Peugoet 205.

The over 2000cc Modified Series Production Class, has the gorgeous the Aston Martin Vantage of Tim Painter and Andrew Fraser up against Simon Purcell in that super fast Lotus Exige, Mike Butler in his BMW M3, Brendon Jones in his supercharged Escort RS2000 and Mark Walker in his 3.4 Porsche Cayman S. Tim and Andrew’s Aston Martin and Simon’ Exige will be the top three. But who will be first?

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Mike Rudge will have his work cut out in the over 2000cc Modified Specialist Production Class with a field of five cars. Antony Orchard beat him in August! Martin Watson and Steve Holland won’t let either of them walk away with the win.

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The Historically Interesting Class always brings out stunning cars! This Sunday will be no exception! Hugh Kemp in his 1.6 Palliser WDF3 and Geoff Hunt in his Lotus 22 have a Jensen C-V8 Mk1 driven by Richard Lovell-Butt. Geoff Hunt and the Lotus 22 are likely winners.

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The up to 2000cc Sports Libre Class is likely to be headed up by Jonathan Gates / Peter Sexton in the supercharged Force LM. Tim Pitfeild has taken the class once this season so you should ignore his DJ Firecat. It’s another class that will go down to the wire!

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The over 2000cc Sports Libre Class sees Chris Cannell start favourite in the Force SR8 he shares with Sue Hayes The WEV HCS of Keith Diggle will make sure Chris has to earn his championship points!

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The ‘500 Owners Association’ historic 500cc racing cars are up next. Six cars and seven will start, including the Alfa Dana of the late John Forsyth driven by Andrew and James. It’ll be good to see these cars back. The other 500 class, has only one entry, Ainsley Barwick’s Mk6.

The 601 to 1100cc Racing Car Class has a great entry! James Moore and Tony Levitt’s Empires should be the front runners both days.

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Five cars go in the Formula Ford Class! Simon McBeath and his Swift SC92F, the current record holder, is the favourite, although he had a tough August meeting! None of the others drivers should be discounted, it only takes a small error to loose this class.

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The 1100cc to 1600cc Racing Car Class has Peter D Smith (Force), in the car he shares with Richard Gayland, up against Gurston regulars, Pete Hammock (OMS) and Ian Tucker (OMS). Peter D Smith is likely favourite here and possible fastest time of the day too!

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The 1601cc to 2000cc Racing Car Forced Induction Class has the brothers Peter and Simon Marsh going head to head is their DJ Firehawk. They always fight hard and their times are great too. Both have their sights on the Gurston Top Ten Championship and they are contenders for Fastest Time of the Day…

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Gurston Down Speed Hill Climb – You really can’t get closer to the action!

Anthony Record – Press Officer BARC SW Gurston Down Speed Hill Climb

Key info
Location: 1 mile west of Broad Chalke, 9 miles SW of Salisbury, Wiltshire. Turn off the A354 at Coombe Bissett on the unclassified road to Broad Chalke, follow AA signs.
Dates: Sunday September 11th
Times: Competition from approx. 1300, practice from 0830.
Admission: Only £10 for adults each day, accompanied under 14s free, free paddock entry, free parking.