Avon Tyres TTC Group MSA British Hill Climb Championship

Rounds 1 & 2: Prescott, 26-27 April

Last year’s unexpected number four, Alex Summers, continued where he left off in 2013 by winning both run-offs, defeating last season’s top two with evident ease.

Reigning champion Scott Moran started his title defence as the second highest points scorer, with his father Roger next in line.

Results – round one1 Alex Summers (1.3s DJ-Suzuki Firehawk) 43.78s; 2 Trevor Willis (3.2 OMS-RPE 28) 44.68s; 3 Scott Moran (3.5 Gould-NME GR61X) 45.62s; 4 Roger Moran (3.5 Gould-NME GR61X) 45.74s; 5 Alastair Crawford (2.8 Gould-NME GR55) 46.36s; 6 Richard Spedding (1.6 Force-Suzuki PC) 46.62s; 7 David Uren (1.3t Force-Suzuki PC) 46.78s; 8 John Bradburn (3.5 Gould-Cosworth GR55) 46.90s; 9 Andy Dunbar (1.0 Force-Suzuki PT) 47.35s; 10 Rob Capper (1.0 Force-Suzuki PT) 48.00s; DNS Wallace Menzies (3.2 DJ-Cosworth Firestorm)DNS Will Hall (3.5 Force- Nissan WH).

Round two1 Summers 37.94s (BTD); 2 Scott Moran 38.21s; 3 Hall 38.40s; 4 Roger Moran 38.90s; 5 Bradburn 39.25s; 6 Crawford 39.67s; 7 Tom New (4.0 Gould-Judd GR55) 39.87s; 8 Spedding 39.90s; 9 Menzies 40.63s; 10 Oliver Tomlin (4.0 Pilbeam-Judd MP97) 40.78s; 11 Rob Stevens (1.4s Force-Suzuki SR4) 40.84s; Willis DNF.

Provisional championship standings1 Alex Summers – 20 points2 Scott Moran – 173 Roger Moran – 144 Alastair Crawford – 115 Trevor Willis – 9= John Bradburn – 9