The 2015 Lampeter and District Motor Club Road Rally, Under 1400cc Championship and Overseas Championship points tables have been updated following the Powys Lanes Rally and the Pokerstars Rally on the Isle of Man last weekend.
The Powys Lanes was the final round of all the Club Championships for 2015, and as allways, the results will be declared final on the night of the last Sunday prior to the Annual Awards Dinner.
The points tables can be found here
The results of the Powys Lanes Rally can be found here : Powys Lanes
The results of the Pokerstars Rally can be found here: Pokerstars
A week tomorrow, the 11th Novermber we are holding the Lampeter & District Motor Club Ltd AGM @ Lampeter RFC, North Road, Lampeter, to start at 8pm
The purpose of the AGM is to elect new officials to lea & work on behalf of the club during the coming year as well as deciding any constiutional changes
It is open to and paid up member of Lampeter & District Motor Club Ltd to attend
Hope to see yoou there
The 2015 Lampeter and District Motor Club Overseas Rally Championship points table has been updated following the Fastnet Rally in Skibereen on the 25th October.
The points tables can be found here
The results of the Rally can be found here: Fastnet Rally Results
Dylan Rises to the Challenge
Following a battle that went all the way down to the final rally of the season, victory in the inaugural RAVENOL Welsh Challenge has gone to Dylan Davies.
Competitors in the Pirelli MSA Welsh Forest Rally Championship were eligible for points in the Challenge based on the number of rounds that they competed on and their performance within their class, with the end of season prize fund valued at more than £3000.
The Subaru Impreza driver from Llanon claimed the award by just two points from Ellesmere Ford Escort pilot John Baker. Third place went to Welsh born Bob Ceen. The Malvern based driver, who had already clinched the Welsh Championship title, finished two points ahead of Worcester’s Paul Davy.
Speaking after clinching the Challenge, Dylan described it as an honour to be the first winner and praised RAVENOL’s initiative, adding, “This is a great incentive because anyone could have won it whether they were driving a Nissan Micra or a World Rally Car and it helps to bring the championship together because you are battling with everyone to win it.” Dylan has already been using RAVENOL products in his car this season and says that winning the Challenge means his lubricant bills for 2016 are already covered.
Meanwhile John Baker clinched his runner up spot on his 60th birthday, saying afterwards, “I’m over the moon and it was a great birthday present. Many thanks to RAVENOL oils and the WAMC for a fantastic challenge, which is fair to all competitors regardless of car or class. It made for a close and exciting end to the season.”
Newly elected Welsh Champion Bob Ceen said of his third place, “We are pleased to win this award and will make good use of the RAVENOL product but I do feel sorry for Paul Davy who would have won it but for car issues on the last couple of rounds.”
Championship co-ordinator David Evison enthused, “The RAVENOL Challenge has achieved its objectives, encouraging and rewarding regular competition and resulting in increased Championship registrations and entries on events.”
The Challenge was the brainchild of RAVENOL UK Managing Director Brian Chase and he commented, “We are delighted with our first season’s involvement with the Welsh Championship and the warm welcome we have received from the organisers and teams. We are grateful for all the hard work that Dave Evison, Gwyn Reynolds-Jones and the rest of the Championship organising team have put in to make the Challenge such a success and we look forward to being back in 2016 when we will be offering even more incentives to Championship contenders.”
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Issued 27th October 2015
The attached photographs are credited to rallysportmedia.com
Issued by Peter Hughes Media on behalf of the Pirelli MSA Welsh Forest Rally Championship