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2012 24 hour regulations PDF Print E-mail

The regulations for the 24 hour race are now ready in published final form. They have now received full approval from BARC.

The regulations should be read in conjunction with the standard championship regulations, particularly the technical regulations.

Please note in particular the fueling, lighting and night driving regulations.

The minis will start as a separate grid behind the 2cvs separated by a safety car.

The final version will also issued with your tickets for the event.

You can download the 24 hour regulations for 2012, by clicking here.

2012 Classic 2CV Racing Club Dinner/Dance and awards evening PDF Print E-mail

You are invited to the Classic 2CV Racing Club Dinner/Dance and Annual Awards Evening, to be held on the 17th November 2012 at the Angel Hotel in Market Harborough, Leicestershire, from 6:30pm.  Enjoy an evening of dinner, drink and dancing, plus the presentation of all the many awards!  Why not come along and see what you win!?

Make sure you pay for your ticket before the event!

Important: deadline for RSVP is 30th September - get your entries in soon!

Application form available: Here

Alec Graham wins 2012 championship! PDF Print E-mail

Having never finished lower than 4th in any race in 2012, Alec Graham clinched the 2012 Championship at Croft last weekend, after two excellent drives through the field, which included his first win of the season.

Many congratulations to Alec from the Classic 2CV Racing Club!!!

2012 races 7+8 - Croft PDF Print E-mail

A whopping 28 cars took part in the lastest rounds of the Championship, held at the Croft circuit in North Yorkshire.  Pole position for race 1 was taken by Nick Paton, with double 2011 champion Sammie Fritchley joining him on the front row.  In the race, Paton managed to break away and was joined by Philip Myatt and Alec Graham, both of whom were in contention to take the 2012 title.

With two corners to go, Graham tried to get past Paton for 2nd, but in his attempt to defend from the attack, Paton collided with Myatt in front, gifting the win to Graham.  Paton failed to finish, whilst Myatt rejoined to finish 4th, behind Matthew Hollis and Steve Panas.

Race 2 saw Simon Clarke on pole position ahead of his Gadget teammate Peter Rundle.  After losing the lead on the run down to the first corner, Clarke re-passed Rundle halfway around lap 1 and was never headed again, eventually winning the race by over 5 seconds.

2nd place went to Alec Graham, who had fought through brilliantly from 12th on the grid, which was enough to take the 2012 Championship.  The final podium position was taken by Ainslie Bousfield, who passed Rundle on the last lap.

Full results are available here:

Photo gallery: Here


2012 races 5+6 - Mallory Park PDF Print E-mail

Rounds 5 and 6 saw the 2012 ECAS 2CV Racing championship head to the Leicestershire circuit Mallory Park, where a whole day of club racing was televised on satellite TV channel Motors TV. Each race was a 10 minute sprint, and as usual provided plenty of entertainment for the fans at the circuit, as well as those watching from home.

The surprise winner of race 1 was Pete Sparrow, returning to racing after a few years away, and driving the #97 Fine Print car. This was Fine Print's first win for 9 years!

Everyone who started race 1 finished it, which unfortunately can't be said of race 2, which was a bit of a crash-fest. The major accident was trigged by a coming together of Christer Hallgren in the #44 car and Richard Hollis in #71. Hollis was turned around, and both cars headed off to the outside of the Esses, where Lien Davies, lifting off the throttle to avoid wreckage, spun into the side of Hollis. Davies was then himself hit in the door by Katy Storey. Hollis and Storey retired pretty much on the spot, but Davies was able to continue, finishing 15th. Meanwhile up at the front, a great battle between Simon Clarke, Alec Graham and Nick Paton raged all race, before being settled in that order - a delighted Clarke taking the win.

Thanks to Motors TV, you can enjoy coverage of race 2, here:

Full results available here:

Galleries of the event: Here

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Current Standings

(After Cadwell Park, 2014)

1st Peter Rundle 829
2nd Pete Sparrow 829
3rd Matt Lambert 618
4th Richard Lambert 613
5th Kris Tovey 590
6th Caryl Wills 590
7th Simon Clarke 558
8th Glenn Oswin 525
9rd Matthew Hollis 510
10th Louis Tyson 455

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(After Cadwell Park)

1st Crisis Racing/Mobility Scooters 148
2nd Tete Rouge Racing 139
3rd Team SeaLion 133
4th Gadget Racing 122
5th Rosie Racing / Walford 99


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