FDMC Chairman's Trophy ChampionshipThis is a pure 'driver's championship', where you can score points at any events of National 'B' status or above, provided you enter as FDMC, up to your 8 best results in the year. If you compete mostly at regional or national level, this is where your performances can count.
2004, the story so far (including results up to mid Sept):
50 members have now scored points from 35 events. Andy Silman is already on a maximum score of 80 points (from eight class wins), closely followed by Ian Gaskell and Maurice May, now both on 76 Next up are Keith Hazell (55), Roger Hamilton-Lane (54), and newcomer Dan Roberts (48).
For full scores and positions, click Scores.pdf
2003, final results:
With members scoring points from 39 different events, Andy Silman finished first (77), with Maurice May second (76), and Peter Moorcroft third (68), followed by Ian Anderson (62), Keith Hazell (59), Simon May (55), Roger Hamilton-Lane (54), and Mick Moorcroft (52)
Click here, for more details of the Rules
FDMC Lloyd Roberts Championship
Here, points are scored at ALL the events which the club organises or co organises through the year. Scores can be from any combination of competing, marshalling, or organising - but must include at least two of these activities.
2003, final results :
For the second year running, Nick Davis was the winner, with 65 points, followed by Dave Dockree (48), Graham Widdows (44), Russell Roberts (43), Bill Anderson (33).....and about 80 other members!
The 2003 season saw FDMC members finishing in the following positions; particular highlights being Maurice May's first overall in the Sprint Challenge, Peter Moorcroft's second overall in the Autocross Championship, and Andy Silman winning his class in both the Sprint and Speed series.
ACSMC Sprint Challenge:
Maurice May, 1st overall
Ian Anderson, 1st Class A1
Andy Silman, 1st Class C8
Ian Gaskell, 2nd Class C7
Barry Sayers, 2nd Class B5
Roger Lane, 4th Class A2
Alan Wood, 4th Class C7