MSA British Sporting Trials Championship

Round 9: Robin Alexander, 15 September

Roland Uglow won the Robin Alexander sporting trial from fellow Cornishman Thomas Bricknell, both driving Crossls.

Jason Daniels, returning to the sport driving his modified Concord, put in a superb drive to finish third overall and win the intermediate class from George Watson. In the novice class another Cornishman, Alan Ede, took the spoils in 11th overall.

Results1 Roland Uglow / Laura Wilks (Crossle) 36 marks lost2 Thomas Bricknell / Liz Scanes (Crossl) 42 marks lost3 Jason Daniels / Ross Hancock (Concord) 43 marks lost

Round 10: David Ayers, 16 September

Roger Bricknell showed the modern independent cars how it's done by winning the David Ayers trial on zero marks lost aboard his live axle Facksimile.

Thomas Bricknell finished second on 12, while Roland Uglow completed the podium in third place one mark adrift. Reigning champion Ian Bell missed an 11 gate on one of his last hills, dropping him from second down to fifth.  Meanwhile Jason Daniels continued his good form by winning the intermediate class, with Ian Fullwood taking the novice class.

Results1 Roger Bricknell / Julia Bricknell (Facksimile) Zero marks lost2 Thomas Bricknell / Sara Dyer (Crossl) 12 marks lost3 Roland Uglow / Laura Wilks (Crossl) 13 marks lost

Provisional championship standings1 Roland Uglow97 points= Tom Bricknell973 Ian Bell87