Historic Racing Sports Car Club

Championship Movements

After two events being run since the last championship update, there has been some movement in the points table, with a new leader in Class I, and an old leader regaining the top spot in Class II, thanks to his class wins record.

In Class I, Mike Creswell (#7 Lola T342), has led a Lola charge towards the championship podium, grabbing the points lead on 339 points, with Tony Cross sniffing out another championship in his Lola T340, moving into second place on 290 points.

Both Mike and Tony benefited from Dave Silverton not racing at the MG Classic in Manfeild, with Dave now dropping to third overall on 267 points.

Ron Wilkin (#72 Elden) has made the most of attending all races to date, and slots in fourth on 232 points, with Vic Clarke, also making the best of turning out regularly on 223 points, rounding out the top five.

Completing the top ten is, Michael Clark (222), Graham Dickie (215), Gerald Duncan (159), Graeme Cameron (122) and Martin Lucas in his Lotus on 103 points.

Graeme Cameron and his ADF are the highest of the seasons new entrants, debuting at the MG Classis with three wins and fastest lap for the weekend.  Paul Dold, also debuting at Manfeild, also quickly clocked up enough points to reach triple digits, sitting 11’th in points on 119.

Class 2 cars have been a rare sight this season, with Mike Lee and his Mondiale entering the most events, and by virtue of this, sits first equal on 240-points with Grant Campbell, however Grant takes the lead as he has won seven races thus far this season.  Lindsay Porter in his Lola T644 lies third on 136 points, with Phil Foulkes in the 22 car on 122, and Peter Boel fifth on 65.