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Wigton Motor Club completed their year’s events with their Festive Autotest and Production Car Auto- test at Lillyhall. There was a capacity entry, with drivers coming from Dumfries and Barrow to take part. The event counts in the
WMC overall and Autotest Championships, this being the first round of the 2020 series.
David Wiggins, Chris Hunter and their team set out four excellent tests which were run five times, giving a total of 20 tests and 600 total runs between the 10.30am start and the finish at 2.30pm
The battle for the overall victory was always between Craig Stamper and Peter Wright, the Peugeot and mini drivers rarely being more than the odd second apart. A cone penalty cost Peter ten seconds and they finished thirteen seconds apart after a brilliant display of driving.
In third place overall and winner of the production car autotest was Ian Wozencroft in his Mazda MX5, with autotester Jack Palmer in fourth place in his Rover, which seemed to have an unusual liking for cones on this event!
Drew Maclean was just one second behind in his MX5, again being in the PCA. Rob Iveson was next up in his Ford Ka and taking the PCA FWD class. Geoff Rae was next with Phil Hodgson in his MX5, taking the RWD class award.
The first lady was Fiona Tyson and 14- year old Jack Long was the first junior.
Wigton Motor Club have announced their programme of events for 2020. As the biggest motor club in the northern region, they have events for all types of motoring enthusiast.
We have our first autosolo of the year, on the 26th of January at the Maryport Business Centre and our annual awards night is at the Skiddaw Hotel, Keswick on the 8th February.
A full programme of competitive events including autotests, production car autotests, autosolos, targa and historic rallies make up the bulk the events, with roughly one event a month.
The classic tours are always popular, and these vary, from the short evening events during the summer, to afternoon events, full day events and two-or three-day events in other areas of the UK.
The first tour is the Midweek Meander on 11th March, which is a short event ending with a lunch meet. The Gallop in May (3rd to 5th) is a three- day event which this year, heads into Yorkshire for two nights away and places are always in demand.
The Rose and Thistle Challenge is part of the Cumbria Classic Weekend on 22/23rd August and that takes crews from Carlisle into the Borders and back to Penrith.
In September, we have the Cumbrian Canter based in the Eden Valley, a very popular 100 miles event and 13th September, is the date for your diary.
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The Coast-to-Coast was run for the first-time last year and will be repeated on 9th October, but with different starting and finishing points.
There are the usual shows and gatherings planned with ‘Drive it Day’ at Dalemain being on 26th April, the Cars and Coffee Breakfast Meet at Lingholm on 5th July and then the major event of the year is the Cumbria Classic and Motor Sport Show at Dalemain on 23rd August.
The Club’s new headquarters, The Motor House, will be completed in the spring and hopefully
there will be social meetings there as well during the summer.
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