Avon Tyres TTC Group MSA British Hill Climb Championship

Rounds 33 & 34: Loton Park, 27-28 September

Season finishes with a flourish for Hall as Goodyear snatches fourth.

Will Hall ended his best ever season with both victories at Loton Park and third place overall in the championship.

Jos Goodyear snatched fourth overall from Alex Summers, whose car broke in practice. Goodyear also won the class-result based MSA Hillclimb Leaders Championship to rescue a season that had looked a wreck in late May.

Results – round 331 Will Hall (3.5 Force-Nissan WH) 44.01s BTD; 2 Jos Goodyear (1.34s GWR-Suzuki Raptor 2) 44.19s; 3 Scott Moran (3.5 Gould–NME GR61X) 44.26s; 4 Trevor Willis (3.2 OMS-RPE 28) 44.91s; 5 Roger Moran (3.5 Gould-NME GR61X) 45.45s; 6 Deryk Young (4.0 Gould-Judd GR51B) 46.03s; 7 Wallace Menzies (3.5 Force-Nissan WH) 46.87s; 8 Tom New (4.0 Gould-Judd GR55) 47.04s; 9 Alastair Crawford (2.8 Gould-NME GR55) 47.28s; 10 Oliver Tomlin (4.0 Pilbeam-Judd MP97) 47.50s; 11 Steve Owen (1.6 OMS-Suzuki 28) 47.53s; 12 Richard Spedding (1.6 Force-Suzuki PC) 47.73s.

Round 341 Hall 44.02s; 2 Scott Moran 44.32s; 3 Goodyear 44.67s; 4 Roger Moran 45.41s; 5 Young 46.33s; 6 Menzies 47.71s; 7 New 47.21s; 8 Dave Uren (1.3t Force-Suzuki PC) 47.24s; 9 Crawford 47.31s; 10 Owen 47.79s; 11 Paul Haimes (1.3t Gould-Suzuki GR59) 48.50; Willis DNF.

Provisional championship standings1 Scott Moran – 262 points2 Trevor Willis – 2363 Will Hall – 2314 Jos Goodyear – 1865 Alex Summers – 182