FDMC Spring Solo, 2009, Page 3
Concentration... it's about to pay off for Michael Duncan, as his MG TF, shared with father Peter, heads for the third place award in Class E,
for Production sports cars.
Martin Prescott, sharing David Sampson's Golf, finished third in Class D, and a strong 13th overall; Ian Rogers, sharing Philip Cook's Corolla,
took second in Class C; and Tim Read (driving his own car!) was competing in the Historic class with the MGA, which we more often see
Georgina Kuhl took the ladies' award with a Nissan Almera estate, her Westfield being not quite ready; David McDermid was giving his Mazda RX8
its first Solo outing, and George Wall, more often on the organising side of these events, enjoyed a return to the driver's seat in his Mazda 323.
Rob Rollinson and David Crowe were sharing this Escort, one of the rarely seen Mk4 RS2000's, and in our last picture of the
start / finish area, Clerk of the Course Steve Woodings seems to be explaining something to Carl Streatfield, while the 'men in yellow'
see to the competitors.
For more information about these events, see AutoSolo's.
Award winners (with times in seconds)
Fastest Time of Day: Andrew Thompson, Caterham, 446.7.0
1st in class awards:
Keith Pettit, A/H Sprite, 481.1
David Manning, Mini 1400, 478.9
Duncan Rodd, VW Lupo GTi, 504.9
Mike Biss, Vauxhall Astra, 463.2
Carl Streatfield, Mazda MX5, 458.7
Barry McClure, Caterham, 450.6
Ladies Award: Georgina Kuhl, Nissan Almera, 520.6
Full results for the event are here, Results.pdf, and Results.xls.