Uglow rules Fedden for a hat-trick.
Roy Fedden Sporting Trial
Sunday 12th November
MSA, Reis BTRDA, Reis ASWMC
Roland Uglow retained the Roy Fedden sporting trial trophy, one of the oldest in the sport dating back to the mid 1930s. Uglow took the early lead on the challenging slippery sections that he never relinquished, winning for the third successive year.
John Fack, the winner of the last two events, battle back to finish second just ahead of Peter Fensom. Peter McKinney managed fourth ahead of Julian Fack and Simon Kingsley who made a costly error in the last round of nine hills.
Comparable to last week Arthur Carroll surprised many to finish best live axle in eight behind his mentor Ian Wright and win the blue live axle class, with reigning BTRDA Gold Star champion Josh Veale best red live in twelve.
Martin Grimwood won the blue independent class from Pat Henson who had a great day. The new Rookie class saw four battle it out with former Gold Star winning passengers Kiel Wright and Sandy Veale both driving and fighting each other in comparable old Sherpa’s. Young Wright won finishing in twentieth.
- Roland Uglow/Beth Carroll, Crossle, 57
- John Fack/Andy Gowen, MSR, 65
- Peter Fensom/Liz Fensom, Hamilton, 68
- Peter McKinney/Claire Smyth, Crossle, 72
- Julian Fack/Callum Pritchett, Crossle, 74
- Simon Kingsley/Matthew Kingsley, Crossle, 79
- Ian Wright/Andy Moody, Sherpa Indy, 88
- Arthur Carroll/Nick Vangas, Sherpa, 92
- Richard Sharp/Joe Sharp, Cartright, 94
- Jerome Fack/Jess Fack, MSR, 95
The Bristol Motor Club is very pleased once again to organise the Roy Fedden Sporting Car Trial, a round of the 2017 MSA British, 2017 Reis Motorsport Insurance BTRDA Sporting Trials, the 2017 Reis Motorsport Insurance ASWMC Sporting Trials Championships and 2017 NuCasa BTRDA Allrounders Championship. We welcome you back to our venue at Old Down, nr Thornbury, South Gloucestershire BS32 4PG (MR 172/613884) by kind permission of Mr. L. Riddiford.
The unloading field includes a stoned track access direct from the main road into a large and relatively level unloading area. The venue comprises totally private land. We will be arranging Catering as usual which we hope you will patronise and there will also be a Paramedic at the Event as in past years. We look forward to welcoming back familiar faces as well as any competitors who have not previously been to our Event.