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It rained, it rained and it rained some more, then too late the sun came out. Rod put up his gazebo thank goodness although it did get a little crowded on occasions.

So it was that the main objective of the Sprint was to keep the car on the black stuff, and not every Triumph succeeded; it was expected of Bob but not necessarily of all the others, but no damage was done except to egos.

Fastest on the day was Rod Warner in his nearly looking shiny TR7 V8 that clearly had some exotic rain tyres fitted, but he didn't collect the maximum points as Dale Huxford put in a great performance despite spinning. Third in the points chase was Tom Purves in his most immaculate TR3A that had its hood up for the first time this year. The results show how the scoring system gives a fair result to all cars regardless of the BHP / Tonne or weather.

The Sprint results were:

NAME

CAR

CLASS

TIME

POINTS

Dale Huxford

Spitfire IV

3A

107.27

10.05

Rod Warner

TR7 V8

3B

101.20

9.95

Tom Purves

TR3A

1B

124.23

9.75

Nick Smith

TR6

2B

109.66

9.68

Bob Barnard

TR4

2C

114.28

9.04

Neil Revington

TR5

2C

116.13

8.81

Roger McEwen

TR6

2B

117.43

8.73

Tony Browne

TR4

2A

123.77

8.57

Andy Bradnum

GT6 MkIII

3A

Retired

Words by: Roger McEwen
All action photos except where indicated courtesy of Steve Cox - Classic Marques.

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