The hot conditions added to the challenge for competitors in the restricted space at Milton Keynes for the latest BTRDA and MSA Championship Autotest. Richard Pinkney mastered the conditions to take FTD with Chris Chapman, winner of the last round, a close second until a penalty on the penultimate test. Malcolm Livingston is now getting the best out of the Lindsay Special after a steep development curve. Duncan Wild and Paul Fobister traded times all day and after setting equal times on the last test Wild took fifth place by 0.1 seconds. Dave Cook made the top 10 in his Micra.
BTRDA and MSA Autotest Championships. Organiser; CSMA. Location; Milton Keynes, Starters; 25
1.Richard Pinkney (Caterham 7) 708.0; 2. Chris Chapman (Striker) 736.8; 3. Malcolm Livingston (Lindsay Special) 746.0; 4. Keith Walton (Locost) 764.3; 5. Duncan Wild (ABS Freestyle) 770.1; 6. Paul Fobister (Haigh Special) 770.2; 7. Dave Evans (Blitz) 792.9; 8. Ian Chapman (Riot) 797.4; 9. Stuart Perren (Retrotester) 801.9; 10. Dave Cook (Micra) 887.4.
Please find attached the regs for the CSMA Juniper Autotest, for its third running in Milton Keynes (but not at the MK Dons football stadium – Women's FA Cup final day).
The new venue is just over the road from the stadium and you can use this postcode, MK1 1DF, to do a map search to see the location of the site.
Again you have the option to enter via the on-line entry form, which is available at http://events.csma-nlr.org.uk
There are lots of hotels in the area (including one at the stadium but it has no secure parking).