MSA British Sporting Trials Championship

Round 11: Pete Fear (Ross & District Motor Sports), 12 October

John and Maxine Fack won the Pete Fear trial by a single mark from Andy Wilks, with Simon Kingsley completing the podium a further two marks adrift.

With a fourth place finish, Ian Bell retained his championship lead. Roger Bricknell dropped 19 marks to finish sixth as the best live axle car. His passenger Jan Du Cross had paid for her ride at a charity auction in aid of Macmillan.

The Intermediate Class was won by Autotest expert Alastair Moffatt in 13th place from Paul Faulkner and Peter Luff in 16th. Meanwhile Richard and Joe Sharp beat them both to win the Novice Class in 11th place.

Results1 John Fack / Maxine Fack (MSR) 4 marks lost2 Andy Wilks / Mark Smith (RCAP) 5 marks lost3 Simon Kingsley / Jo Edwards (Crosslé) 7 marks lost

Provisional championship standings1 Ian Bell – 120 points2 John Fack – 1063 Andy Wilks – 92