Curborough Championship

Curborough Sprint Course Championship

2022 CURBOROUGH SPRINT CHAMPIONSHIP, supported by  PJS Sports Cars and Paul Green Jewellers .

  NOTE: 4th May- The Mid Cheshire event is filling up fast and so far only 15 contenders have entered.

  2022 CURBOROUGH SPRINT CHAMPIONSHIPsupported by PJS Sports Cars and Paul Green Jewellers.

Note to Championship Contenders: Please check each events Regulations to make sure you have entered the correct class.

The 2022 Curborough Championship regulations are now available.

The Championship will be contested over 11 rounds and the provisional dates are as below.

Click on links below to download documents.

Steve Wood

 

Curborough Championship

Curborough Sprint Championship 2022

Supported by PJS Sports Cars and Paul Green Jewellers

NOTE: Last years entrants will receive Regulations and Registration form in the post.

2022 Regs and Entry Form now available from links as above.

 

Championship Dates 2022

ClubEventRegulationsDateDay
MGCCSprintMore Details3rd AprilSunday
Sheffield & Hallamshire MCSprintRegs & Entry Form24th AprilSunday
BMMCSprintMay Regs
May Enty Form
7th MaySaturday
Shenstone & District Car ClubSprintRegs/Entry Forms22nd MaySunday
Sheffield & Hallamshire MCSprintRegs & Entry Form5th JuneSunday
Owen MCSprintRegs and Entry Form19th JuneSunday
Shenstone & District Car ClubSprintRegs&Entry form10th JulySunday
MGCCSprintRegs & Entry7th AugustSunday
MCMRCSprintRegs and Online Entry14th AugustSunday
BMMCSprintAugust Regs
Aug Entry Form
27th AugustSaturday
Shenstone & District Car ClubSprintRegs&Entry form4th SeptemberSunday
List of Curborough Championship Dates for 2022
Round 8

 

Curborough Sprint Championship

 

 

Results Round 8

The second MGCC event of this years’ Championship was a full entry and scorching weather again.  A few timekeeper issues again frustrated the Club officials and a few competitors in practice but was sorted out for the timed runs. Also a note for next season for a few competitors to read the individual Club’s entry regs as numerous competitors entered the usual class “numbers” rather than reading the regs and many had to be corrected in the week prior to the event.
NOTE: Due to only being a week before the next round the scores have been produced using initial on the day times taken, to get them out to everyone quickly, so if there are any errors we will correct them before the BMMC round at the end of August.
The Figure of 8 event kicked off with Class Sa and another win for Les Wilson, from Mike Smith producing a PB for second. Jack Twomey was 3rd and David Owen 4th, all in the ubiquitous MGZRs’.
The two car Sb saw a win for Chris Wallet’s Alfa 147ti, and a smaller than usual entry in Sc had the win going to Neal Bateman, from John Adam, with Dominic Grubb with a Clio’s 1,2,3.
In Class 1a, the usual varied car class produced a win for Graham Harvey in his Mini, with the MGZR of Dean Ratcliffe second and the Metro of Keith Waters third.  1b, the 1.4L to 2.0L road going class, saw a late withdrawal from Steve Barrow, and the win going to Richard Raybould in his Clio, with the MGZR of Rosemary Collins second.
Simon Price’s Westfield again claimed the win in 2B from class interloper John Caldicott returning in his Caterham. Paul Evans was third in the shared Westfield, and Roy Woodfield fourth in his GBS Zero.
The large capacity Mod Prod class had the win going to the Clio of Mark Williams, from the Peugeot 106 of Liam Ulyatt. Third, and fourth was the “family” Golf GTI with Tom Harding just pipping dad Andy.
The Williams family Megabusa again saw a win for son Mark from dad Phil.
The Libre Class was hotly contested with the only Championship competitor, David Large having to settle for fourth in his Radical.
A good Formula Ford dice, produced the closest class of the day with the Van Diemen of Chris Horton beating his co driver Ioan Evans by 0.01of a second!
With some competitors now dropping their worst scores, the Championship closes up, and the top six, after 8 rounds looks like this:

  1. Graham Harvey           142.5
  2. Mark Willams(3B)       140.5
  3. Neal Batemen             140.5
  4. Simon Price                 138.5
  5. Alan Henley                 135
  6. John Adams                 135

The next round, is the annual “Figure of Eight at the Garden gate” MCMRC event this weekend , and is another full entry, showingthe popularity of the Championship.              Steve Wood

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