Avon Tyres TTC Group MSA British Hill Climb Championship

Rounds 11 & 12: Loton Park, 7-8 June

Trevor Willis and Scott Moran shared the wins at Loton Park, with the latter maintaining his championship lead.

A pair of podiums moved Jos Goodyear into the top ten for the first time this year after a late start. Will Hall moved up to third overall, with Alex Summers dropping back to fourth after a shunt in the first run-off prevented him from scoring on the day.

Results – round 111 Trevor Willis (3.2 OMS-Powertec 28) 44.56s BTD; 2 Scott Moran (3.5 Gould–NME GR61X) 44.99s; 3 Jos Goodyear (1.34s GWR-Suzuki Raptor 2) 45.69s; 4 Will Hall (3.5 Force-Nissan WH) 45.97s; 5 John Bradburn (3.5 Gould-Cosworth HB GR55) 46.05s; 6 Roger Moran (3.5 Gould-NME GR61X) 46.54s; 7 Alastair Crawford (2.8 Gould-NME GR55) 46.67s; 8 Richard Spedding (1.6 Force-Suzuki PC) 47.11s; 9 Deryk Young (4.0 Gould-Judd GR51B) 47.26s; 10 Steve Owen (1.6 OMS-Suzuki 28) 47.79s; David Uren (1.3t Force-Suzuki PC) & Alex Summers (1.3s DJ-Suzuki Firehawk) both DNF.

Round 121 Scott Moran 44.74s; 2 Willis 44.81s; 3 Goodyear 45.69s; 4 Deryk Young 46.18s; 5 Bradburn 46.36s; 6 Spedding 46.81s; 8 Tom New (4.0 Gould-Judd GR55) 24.03s; 9 Crawford 47.11s; 10 Sue Young (4.0 Gould-Judd GR51B) 49.14s; 11 Neville Rollason (1.3s OMS-Suzuki 28) 51.70s; Tomlin & Owen both DNF.

Provisional championship standings1 Scott Moran – 101 points2 Willis – 943 Hall – 684 Summers – 625 Wallace Menzies – 57