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Old 13 Aug 2018, 23:06 (Ref:3843488)   #16
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Old 15 Sep 2018, 09:36 (Ref:3850277)   #17
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Next event on 15th September.
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http://www.knockhill.com/wordpress/w.../SeptEntry.pdf


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Old 5 Oct 2018, 20:57 (Ref:3854751)   #18
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16th September

First time out on the reverse direction circuit was successful for Morgan driver,
Andy Smith, winning a ‘wet’ race one by half a second from Raymond Boyd in a Porsche 911. Fastest qualifier, John Kinmond, was third in a Rover SD1.
An excellent weekend for Alfasud driver Mario Ferrari, fourth in race one and fifth in
Race two after an epic battle with Stuart Thorburn, Ford Escort Twin Cam.
Also a fine weekend for Bruce Mitchell, Lotus Europa, fifth in race one and third place in race two.

Boyd and Smith swapped places in race two, held in dry conditions, the gap between these drivers was less than half a second at the end. Championship leader, Alistair Baptie, was sixth in the first race one and fourth in the second. With two races to go, on 7th October, Messrs. Baptie, Boyd, Ferrari and Ford Escort driver, Jimmy Crow, all have a chance of becoming 2018 champion.

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Cool pic of my wee xr2, thank you.

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The Jim Clark Memorial Meeting at Knockhill took place in fine weather.
During the lunchtime grid walk for spectators, SMRC Chairman, Sandy Denham, paid tribute to Jim, followed by a lengthy period of applause from the crowd.

Competing in his first event at the circuit, Robert Bremner, AC Cobra, was fastest qualifier and winner of both races. He was followed each time by the Rover SD1 of John Kinmond, who provided great entertainment with sideways driving. Raymond Boyd, Porsche 911, was third in each race.

Race one had Jimmy Crow, Escort RS2000, in fourth place, Alastair Baptie, Fiat X1/9 and Mario Ferrari, Alfasud Sprint, close behind.
Andy Graham, Triumph TR7V8, retired from race one but completed race two in fourth place, Baptie fifth and Crow sixth.

A new class for 2018, MK II Fiesta XR2, had three entries, Martin Ramsay, Duncan Fox and Duncan O’Neill, Ramsay winning the class in both races.

First time out for Craig Houston, Lotus Excel – unfortunately his day ended after qualifying, due to engine problems.


Next event is on May6th (anti-clockwise).

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Thanks for posting the pictures Malcombe . I’ve got to get back to Knockhill .
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Thanks for posting the pictures Malcombe . I’ve got to get back to Knockhill .
Ian, you will be made welcome! Your Escort is perfect for Classic Sports and Saloons, which has a 'guest' category for occasional or one-off competitors.

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7th October

Alastair Baptie is the 2018 champion, the second year in succession that he has won the championship. The Fiat X1/9 driver took two class wins at the final meeting, maintaining his excellent form.
Race one was headed by Raymond Boyd, Porsche 911, followed by John Kinmond, Rover SD1, with Baptie third. Kinmond and Boyd swapped places in the second race, Bruce Mitchell taking third in a Lotus Europa. Both races held in very wet conditions.

Scottish Motor Racing Club have confirmed prize winners:

Overall Champion & Class A winner = Alastair Baptie
2nd Overall & Class E winner = Raymond Boyd
3rd Overall = Mario Ferrari
Class B winner = Jimmy Crow
Class D winner = Ian Blacklin
Class G winner = Andy Walker
XR2 Champion = Martin Ramsay
XR2 2nd Overall = Duncan O'Neill
XR2 3rd Overall = Duncan Fox

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