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Team Stinky win the 2013 24 hour race! PDF Print E-mail

After a very hard-fought race, in completely dry weather (something of a novelty at Snetterton), Team Stinky (Thompson/Savage/Hallgren/Yates) were the victors in the 24 hour race, taking the chequered flag after 717 laps. Porky Boys (Jacques/Rottenburg/Lambert/Fritchley) took the 2nd step of the podium with 716 laps, just one lap behind the leaders, and Team SeaLion (Harrold/Davis/Rowland/Sparrow) took 3rd place with 714 laps completed. With just 3 laps between the top 3 cars, it was one of the closest races for many years.

The Euro class was won by BNLL/GTR (de Bonhome/Brevien/Kodeck/Coppieters) on 723 laps, ahead of the CGS Racing Team (Hooreman C/Hooreman S/Masson/Herr) with 708 laps, and in 3rd was Piga Racing Team
(Denys/Hoeyemakers/Beckers/Gaspar) with 687 laps completed.

Sammie Fritchley was racing with Porky Boys, and finishing ahead of Pete Sparrow in Team SeaLion earned her enough points to take the 2013 ECAS 2CVPARTS.COM championship victory.

Head over to our forum page for pictures, video and more reaction from the race. This news item will be updated in the coming days with more links.

You can still watch the recording of the live webcast from the race, click this link to watch it

Click here to see the full results PDF

Suzanne Peedell took some great photos during the race. Click here to see them.

Malcolm Edeson and the Iceni team has produced some videos. Click here, and here to see them.

Team Lumaca produced a time lapse sequence from garage 24. See that here.

More photo links: Maria's Flickr album, Bryant Photography's Facebook album, Team Tuckley's album.

Results table:

Place # Class Team Name Drivers names Laps Gap Time Best MPH Class pos. Diff
1 20 E BNLL/GTR Racing de Bonhome/Brevien/Kodeck/Coppieters 723 - 24:00:25.788 1:40.067 59.75 1 -
2 11 UK Team Stinky Thompson/Yates/Savage/Hallgren 717 6 Laps 24:01:01.828 1:50.764 59.23 1 6 Laps
3 43 UK Porky Boys (&Tete Rouge) Jacques S/Rottenburg/Lambert/Fritchley 716 7 Laps 24:01:02.150 1:50.544 59.14 2 1 Lap
4 97 UK Team Sea Lion Harrold/Davis/Rowland/Sparrow 714 9 Laps 24:00:39.854 1:49.003 58.99 3 2 Laps
5 70 E CGS - Racing Team Hooreman C/Hooreman S/Masson/Herr 708 15 Laps 24:00:26.204 1:40.727 58.51 2 6 Laps
6 36 UK Crisis Too Racing Wills/Roads/Tovey/Fisk 708 15 Laps 24:01:54.776 1:50.903 58.45 4 1:28.572
7 57 UK Gadget 2 Davies/Rundle/Panas/Perry 705 18 Laps 24:01:01.166 1:50.686 58.23 5 3 Laps
8 90 UK Team Somfy Baker/Wildes/Thompson/Robertson 703 20 Laps 24:01:44.204 1:50.543 58.04 6 2 Laps
9 2 UK Team Gadget Racing 1 Cowling/Clarke/Bousfield/O'Keefe 701 22 Laps 24:01:01.418 1:50.688 57.90 7 2 Laps
10 89 UK MIM Racing Watson/Crispin/Nordon 700 23 Laps 24:00:50.981 1:53.091 57.83 8 1 Lap
11 67 UK Lucky Jon Racing Twidale/Winn/Baldry 697 26 Laps 24:01:38.023 1:52.025 57.55 9 3 Laps
12 66 UK Green Electrician Taylor/Mason E/Tyson/Mason P 692 31 Laps 24:01:08.246 1:52.598 57.16 10 5 Laps
13 72 E Piga Racing Team Denys/Hoeyemakers/Beckers/Gaspar 687 36 Laps 24:00:27.764 1:50.408 56.77 3 5 Laps
14 41 UK Team Twin Snails Heywood/Riman/Northfield/Arrowsmith 687 36 Laps 24:01:32.405 1:54.599 56.73 11 1:04.641
15 1 UK Rent Boys Graham/Cox/Paton 684 39 laps 24:01:54.288 1:50.637 56.47 12 3 Laps
16 53 E Old Time Dalkin/Wilson/Whelan 668 55 Laps 24:01:52.227 1:45.327 55.15 4 16 Laps
17 34 UK Chien Fou Holman/Prior/Robinson/Taylor 665 58 Laps 24:00:28.702 1:57.816 54.95 13 3 Laps
18 10 UK Hollis MotorSport Hollis M/Hollis R/Hollis N 659 64 Laps 24:01:25.636 1:54.963 54.42 14 6 Laps
19 22 UK Rosie Racing Storey M/Storey K/Grant /Storey L 657 66 Laps 24:01:03.074 1:53.168 54.27 15 2 Laps
20 55 UK Steve Walford Motorsport Walford S/Walford J/Clarke/Moore 655 68 Laps 24:01:58.347 1:53.709 54.07 16 2 Laps
21 58 UK Team Lumaca (I2F) Crook/Rose/Seidel/Topley 631 92 Laps 24:00:54.250 1:54.154 52.13 17 24 Laps
22 26 UK 1103 Racing Coghill/Allan/Wilkinson/Callander 615 108 Laps 23:16:10.031 1:53.493 52.43 18 16 Laps
23 50 UK The Pie Men Arnold/Beale/Pochin/Sadler 609 114 Laps 24:01:34.053 1:56.981 50.29 19 6 Laps
24 35 UK Team Herbee Cooke/Deeley/Owen 583 140 Laps 23:27:34.007 1:58.242 49.30 20 26 Laps
25 60 UK Iceni Racing Page/Chilleystone/Edeson/Bromley 492 231 Laps 24:00:37.127 1:53.856 40.65 21 91 Laps
26 39 UK BCOT Racing Wilkes/Bravo A/Bravo P/Taylor/Edwards/B 430 293 Laps 24:02:06.353 2:03.099 35.49 22 62 Laps
 
Graham cleans up at Croft PDF Print E-mail

Reigning ECAS 2CVParts.com Champion Alec Graham dragged himself back into the title hunt with back-to-back pole positions and victories at Croft.  Leading from the front he managed to fend off the attack of Pete Sparrow in race 1 to win by just 0.3 seconds, with Ainslie Bousfield escaping the chasing pack on the last lap to take 3rd place.

Race 2 saw Graham at the front again, this time fighting with Peter Rundle and Sammie Fritchley.  Despite having both of them right on his tail all race, he was never headed and duly took the win from Rundle and Fritchley by half a second.  It was a bad race for then Championship leader Steve Panas, who failed to finish after a collision with Paul Rowland, which now leaves Sparrow in the Championship lead just ahead of Fritchley and Graham.

The next race is a non-championship 30 minute event at Mallory Park in Leicestershire, once again LIVE on Motors TV (Sky Channel 447 (from May 9th), Virgin Channel 545). Don't miss it!

 
2013 Debut at Donington PDF Print E-mail

The 2013 ECAS 2CVParts.com Championship kicked off in style at Donington Park, live on Motors TV!

Race 1 saw a great three-way fight for the lead between Pete Sparrow, Marc Nordon and Ainslie Bousfield.  With the chequered flag in sight it looked as though Nordon was about to take a sensational first win for MiM Racing, but Bousfield had other ideas and with an astonishing last corner manoeuvre, sneaked though to take the first victory of the year!

Race 2 saw an even bigger fight for the lead between Peter Rundle, Sammie Fritchley, Steve Panas, Simon Clarke and reigning champion Alec Graham, who had not been classified in the first race after a lengthy delay in the pits.  It was just as close as race 1, but in the end it was Graham who triumphed, ahead of Panas and Fritchley.

If you were not able to catch the races live at the track, or on MotorsTV, you can catch up on YouTube: > Click here <

 

The next meeting will be at Croft in North Yorkshire, on April 27th-28th.  Expect more sensational racing!