Avon Tyres MSA British Hill Climb Championship

Rounds 9 & 10: Shelsley Walsh, 2-3 June

Trevor Willis mastered appalling wet conditions at Shelsley Walsh, qualifying fastest for both shoot-outs and winning them too.

Scott and Roger Moran were Willis’s closest threats, with a second- and third-place finish each. This allowed Scott to remain a healthy 13 points ahead of Willis in the championship standings.

Results – Round 91 Trevor Willis (3.2 OMS-Powertec) 28.04s; 2 Scott Moran (3.5 Gould GR61X-NME) 28.82s; 3  Roger Moran (3.5 Gould GR61X-NME) 28.93s; 4 Wallace Menzies (3.2 DJ Firestorm-Cosworth) 28.96s; 5 Lee Adams (1.6 GWR Raptor Extreme) 29.07s; 6 Will Hall (3.5 Force WH-Nissan) 29.98s; 7 Jos Goodyear (1.6 GWR Raptor Extreme) 30.10s; 8 John Bradburn (3.5 Gould GR55-Cosworth) 30.55s; 9 Tom New (4.0 Gould GR55-Judd EV) 31.15s; 10 Neville Rollason (1.6 OMS 25-Suzuki) 31.19s; 11 Richard Spedding (1.6 Force PC-Suzuki) 31.49s; 12 Deryk Young (4.0 Gould GR51-Judd EV)  31.90s

Results – Round 101 Willis 27.89s BTD; 2 Roger Moran 28.55s; 3 Scott Moran 28.59s; 4 Goodyear 28.70s; 5 Adams 28.82s; 6 Menzies 28.86s; 7 New 29.44s; 8 Hall 29.64s; 9 Spedding 29.86s; 10 Rollason 29.90s; 11 Bradburn 29.93s; 12 Young 31.79s

Championship positions (provisional) after Round 101 Scott Moran – 93 points2 Trevor Willis – 803 Roger Moran – 714 Lee Adams – 535 Wallace Menzies – 47


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