FDMC Autumn Antics Slalom, October 2004
(Pictures - Richard Field: to display captions, rest cursor on pictures)
This report is in two sections; for more pictures, and results, click 'Page 2', below.
Our 2004 Autumn Antics featured nine tests, on various loose surfaces, and for the second year running, Fastest
Time of Day went to Falcon MC's Roger Dudley, in his 1300 Scamp, the 70's kit car inspired by BMC's Mini Moke.
Runner up, also for the second year, was Southsea MC's Damien Bell, with FDMC's Martin Prescott finishing
third overall, both driving 1300 Minis.
Len and Claire Norman took turns driving this splendid Austin 7 special, and are seen here leaning over, to help it around the cone!
Rear wheel drive muscle was represented by Mike Williams' 2.5 litre Tiumph GT6, and Brian Cainey's Opel Manta.
Jack Meadows, sharing this Nova with father Tony, was a close second in the PCA event, for younger drivers.
For more pictures, and results, click to PAGE 2