6th Aug 2017
Event Date: 6th Aug 2017
Class Three's 33 entrants included 21 Frazer Nashes and GNs, so the others didn't stand much of a chance. Among the fastest Nashes, Eddie Williams took an early lead and maintained it - keeping Patrick B-E in second place and his final run beating Patrick's record from last year. Clive Fidgeon, first time out in his car, took 2nd Handicap, while Davids Johnson and Knight took first and second Standard Vintage.
Spread more thinly in the other classes, Jon Mellor took First place in Class 10, Tom Waterfield and Peter Batty 1st and 2nd in Class 11 and Julian Grimwade second place among the large Racing Cars.
Picture of the Captain trying too hard and finishing outside the awards.