British RX Round 4 – Pembrey. After an 11 week mid season break the 2014 championship got going again at the Beautiful Pembrey circuit in Wales.
British RX Round 4 – Pembrey. After what seemed like an age the British Rallycross championship got back to business as usual at Pembrey on 27th July. There was more than the odd upset and surprises. But hey this is Rallycross and what we all love about it!
British RX Round 4 – Pembrey. Colin Anson secured his first ever Supercar Podium
Congratulations to class winners:
- Supercars – Julian Godfrey
- Supernational – Guy Corner
- Hot Hatch – Tomasz Marciniak
- RX150 – Marc Scott
- Swift Sport – Graham Rodemark
- Swift Juniors – Charlie Bean
- BMW Mini – David Bell
- Super 1600 – Phil Chicken
British RX Round 4 – Pembrey. Ollie O’Donovon’s Supercar sporting its new colours
British RX Round 4 – Pembrey. David Bell piloting his flying BMW mini
Whats better than a flame spitting rallycross car? Why the retro Porsche 911 of Barry Stewart of course!
British RX Round 4 – Pembrey. Barry Stewart’s Porsche 911 breaths fire!
My full race roundup can be found as usual on the Checkered Flag website. But here’s a selection of some of my favorites from the days action. Full galleries can be viewed here.
James grint and Marc Scott do battle on the loose section
Cliff Sayer in his Lotus Elise
Jack Thorne was on fire all day in his S1600
Chris Mullen chasing down Graham Rodemark
Current Hot Hatch Championship leader Craig Lomax
Supernational current leader had a mixed day battling engine troubles
Local hopeful Mike Howlin
The Swift Sport racing as usual produced some close quarter racing
Devon based Andy Grant
Suzuki Junior driver Drew Bellerby was looking for back to back wins
Visiting young driver Tejas Hirani in the RX150’s
Barry Stewart’s Retro Porsche 911 never fails to entertain
Current championship leader Tristan Ovenden who kept his championship hopes alive with a solid 2nd place