2019 Ladies & Juniors Nationals Autograss Championships Finals

Class 1

Missy Moseley (R137) made the most of her inside grid to take the lead going into the first turn, followed by Carys Thomas (TA80). The two were able to pull clear from the battle for third. In the early stages of the race it was the battle for third which was the closest, however Sarah Trott (SS1) pulled a gap whilst Ashlea Traylor (SL274) was left fighting for the final trophy position with Linda Thomas (S3) and Bethany Hughes (SC16). In the later stages of the race Ella John (PHD6) moved up and was amongst this battle. Coming over the line Moseley took the win with a comfortable lead over Carys Thomas and Trott. Fourth place went the way of Linda Thomas with John finishing fifth. John picked up a green flag for an incident on the final lap, this promoted Traylor to fifth and Hughes to sixth. Caz Watson (Y121) was left facing the wrong way going into the second turn and was unable to recover the ground lost.

1st R137 2nd TA80 3rd SS1 4th S3 5th SL274 6th SC16 7th PHD6 8th Y121

Class 3

Going into the first turn it was Becky Shaw (BC111) and Alyson Ashmore (SC514) who were side-by-side. Shaw took the lead thought heading into the second turn and went on to pull away from the rest of the field. The battle was on for the remaining positions. Ashmore wasn’t able to hold off Donna Brown (CM4) for long, who also started to pull away. There was then a bunch fighting for the two remaining trophy spots, Ashmore, Sharon Branston (L5), Chanice Sumners (R169) and Nicola Mackenzie (CA1). Shaw took a dominating win ahead of Brown. In a race to the line Ashmore held onto third with Sumners picking up fourth. Branston just missed out on a trophy in fifth ahead of Mackenzie. Lisa Hills (WS5), a replacement for Jo Thompson (Y51) in the final, was seventh ahead of Trish Simmonds-Grant.

1st BC111 2nd CM4 3rd SC514 4th R169 5th L5 6th CA1 7th WS5 8th SN269

Class 5

Local driver, Rhiannon Smith (SS36) flew out of the gate and was able to swoop round the outside of turn one, but Nicola Jesse (Y44) was able to make the inside line work and the two came out side-by-side. Jesse took the lead leaving Smith to fend off Linzi Weare (B32H). Behind there was a battle for fourth between Kirsty Godfrey (CA10) and Sarah Chilvers (YD46). Recovering from a rollover in heat one, Jesse went on to take the win, ahead of Smith and Weare. With a few laps left to go Chilvers had made the move on Godfrey, and less than half a lap later Godfrey was a spinner dropping her down the order. Chilvers held fourth ahead of Diane Heath (E10) and Holly Downing (NS36). The final finalist, but an early retirement from the race was Michelle Phillips (S33D).

1st Y44 2nd SS36 3rd B32H 4th YD46 5th E10 6th NS36 7th CA10 DNF S33D

Class 7

It was a messy turn one, which saw contact between those on the inside line, coming off worse was Abi Shields (N42) who picked up damage which put her out of contention for the race. Coming through unscathed was the defending champion, Alice Bevans (PAC53), who took the lead, with Lyn Olsson (B27H) and Keznie Adams (BC26) behind side-by-side. Gemma Stephenson (WR20) was working her way up the order and was soon fighting for second place with Olsson. Sandra Jones (C2) and Michelle Barratt (Y18) joined in the battle for third after Stephenson had pulled away in second. On the last lap, going into the top turn, Jones spun out of the battle and was left stranded on the bend. Bevans went on retain her class crown ahead of Stephenson. Barratt took third place ahead of Adams who picked up the final trophy. Olsson was fifth ahead of Clare Cockerill (NS46), whilst Shields had crawled round to take the flag.

1st PAC53 2nd WR20 3rd Y18 4th BC26 5th B27H 6th NS46 7th N42 BF C2

Class 9

Coming out of the first turn in ahead was Sharon Barker (E26) and Jade Dyke-Whitfield (H150), the pair running side-by-side and pulling away from the rest of the field. Behind they were bunched up with Chloe Richardson (P5EM) leading them round. The two leaders continued to pull away, with Dyke-Whitfield trying every way to try and pass Barker, Barker however will would hold on to take the title. Later in the race Richardson was able to pull away in third, whilst Mollie Richardson (N492) held on for fourth. Cassie Gunn (P10EM) was next in fifth ahead of Holly Downing (NS3), Angie Chilvers (SC62) and Ashlea Traylor (BC98) who were all very close across the line.

1st E26 2nd H150 3rd P5EM 4th N492 5th P1OEM 6th NS3 7th SC62 8th BC98

Class 2

The first run of the final saw a lot of close racing, but also some too close racing, with Jessica Roberts (SC1) given a black flag for contact. The rerun saw a level break and first to get there nose in front was Leanne Huschka (SL212). Trying to put the challenge on the leader was Jenny Houlihan (WW358), with success as she took the lead a couple of laps later. Huschka didn’t let her pull away from, keeping up the challenge, whilst also joined by Lauren Kelly (YD203). Contact between Kelly and Huschka saw Kelly spin out of the race. Houlihan crossed the line first, with Missy Moseley (R3) having picked her way through the field to take second place ahead of Huschka. In the post-race scrutineering Houlihan and Huschka were both excluded from the result due to technical infringements, crowning Moseley as the champion, her second of the weekend. Second place went to Katie Jones (SV51) ahead of Lucy Wickham (IK13) and Caz Watson (Y101) who completed the order.

1st R3 2nd SV51 3rd IK13 4th E101 BF SC1 DNF YD203 EXC WW358 EXC SL212

Class 4

As had been the theme of the weekend Lisa Cooper (E220) was able to get out in front off the start in the Imp, but coming out of the second bend Cooper left the door open and Clare Horner (M58), unbeaten in the heats, came through to take the lead. Horner was then able to pull away whilst Cooper was holding off the rest of the field, with a battle behind for third place between Kathryn Harding (TA13), Julie Whittingham (SR61) and Kelly Wetherick (IK272). Horner had pulled herself a half a lap lead but coming round the top bend trouble struck, with what we now know as a major gearbox failure. The car died exiting the corner and going down the back straight, which allowed the rest of the grid to catch her up. Heading into the final lap it looked that Cooper was going to be able to retake the lead. However Horner held on to take the win from Cooper. Third place went to Harding ahead of Whittingham and Wetherick, whilst Shania Jones (E46) completed the order.

1st M58 2nd E220 3rd TA13 4th SR61 5th IK272 6th E46

Class 6

A close battle between the leading pair of the first run, Sarah Trott (A23) and Becky Smith (NS433), ended with contact which took Trott out of the race and the red flags came out. The rerun went without Smith who was excluded as cause of the stoppage. Defending champion, Hannah Johnson (S16Y) went into turn one with her nose in front and Fiona Jane Thomas (TA66) alongside her. Chloe Hampson (P70EM) took over second place but the battle was on for the position with Thomas and Rachel Collier (IK960). Johnson was able to pull away to take the win and retain her title. Hampson held onto second place from Thomas, and Collier took the final trophy spot. Trott, leader of the first run, had a problem at the start and was late off the line, but picked up fifth place. Problems too for Katie Reynolds (SN333) and Angela Evans (NS219) meant they were retirements.

1st S16Y 2nd P70EM 3rd TA66 4th IK960 5th A23 BF NS433 DNF NS219 DNF SN333

Class 8

Top qualifier, Clare Horner (M62) was the first to show and took the lead going into the first turn, with the rest bunched behind. Horner left a gap though which allowed Josie Tomkinson (SC52) to come through to take the lead, and almost losing another spot to Aby-Jade Bennett (8F). Horner used her experience and continued to put the pressure on Tomkinson, using it to her advantage and taking back the lead going into the final lap. This put Tomkinson a little out of position going into the top turn which saw contact between her and Bennett, with Tomkinson going airborne, this didn’t phase her as she continued on in the second place spot. Horner pulled away to take her second title of the weekend, whilst Tomkinson had to settle for second ahead of Bennett. The pack was close though and Laura Makar (YD74) just held onto fourth from Alice Bevans (SC181), Clare Cockerill (NS155) and Sandra Jones (C10). Problems for Lorridana Bowes (Y3) saw her at the back.

1st M62 2nd SC52 3rd 8F 4th YD74 5th SC181 6th NS155 7th C10 8th Y3

Class 10

Victoria Coles (SS166), the defending champion, was able to swoop from her outside grid to take the lead coming out of turn one. Susan Herdman (Y7) was holding second place but she had Terri Mumford (2F) all over the back of her. Coles went on to take the win, keeping hold of her title, ahead of Herdman and Mumford. Elizabeth Cornwell (IK77) finished in an unchallenged fourth, with Emily Barrett (R84) fifth ahead of Diane Heath (E111). Problems down the order for Becky Faulkner (NS22) meant that she was the final finisher, with Jodie Paskell (H250) a retirement.

1st SS166 2nd Y7 3rd 2F 4th IK77 5th R84 6th E111 7th NS22 DNF H250

Champion of Champions

1st BC111 Becky Shaw (3)
2nd Y44 Nicola Jesse (5)
3rd WW358 Jenny Houlihan (2)
4th PAC53 Alice Bevans (7)
5th M62 Clare Horner (8)
6th R137 Missy Moseley (1)

Junior Saloon

Making the break first was Jack Browne (MA182) who led going into turn one, but coming out of the bend he had Toby Chamberlain (B16H) and Charlie Williams (CA42) on his inside with Chamberlain taking over the lead. Ollie Hall (SC24) made the most of the gap being made and moved up to second, and Browne dropping down to fifth. The top three looked to pull clear whilst there was a battle on for fourth between the rest of the runners; Luis Barriman (S11Y), Browne, Ryan Powell (NW52), Jamie Buckland (H90) and Adam Saunders (WS90). Chamberlain took the win on track but was later excluded from the result for a technical infringement, which meant that Hall took the nationals crown. Hall had only just held onto the position from Williams who had made a last lap attempt to pass. Williams took second in the final result ahead of Barriman and Browne. It was a dash to the line for the lower positions with third place down all coming across the line in a bundle. Fifth place went to Powell ahead of Buckland and Saunders.

1st SC24 2nd CA42 3rd S11Y 4th MA182 5th NW52 6th H90 7th WS90 EXC B16H

Junior Special

It was Reece Wetherick (IK99) who was the first to show and took the lead going into the first bend. The battle on track was for second place after James Dorsett (NS292) put in an early challenge for the lead. Wetherick drove a faultless race to take the win, despite a last lap challenge from Dorsett. Dorsett had pulled away from James O’Riordan (MA31) who held onto third from Charlie Thompson (Y15). Just missing out on a trophy was Harry Russell (IK65) despite putting pressure on Thompson in the closing stages of the race. The defending champion Tyler Preece held onto sixth place from Fin Wells (IK156) whilst Ruby Emmerson (SC198) rounded out the order.
1st IK99 2nd NS292 3rd MA31 4th Y15 5th IK65 6th C27 7th IK156 8th SC198

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2019 Men’s Nationals Autograss Championships Finals

Class 1

The first final saw a level break of the line but it was top qualifier Conner Griffiths (SV101) who was the first to show ahead of Aaron Middleton (SS20). These two Mini’s pulled away from the rest of the grid. The race was on for third between the three Yaris’ of Peter Watson (Y121), Ben Gould (NS443) and Andy Kelsey (E100). On the polished track the positions settled and Griffiths went on to cross the line first ahead of Middleton. However after the post-race scrutineering the two leaders, Griffiths and Middleton, were excluded from the results due to technical infringements. This means that crowned champion was Watson, with Kelsey second and Gould third. Not able to keep the pace of the leaders, last year’s champion, Jason Saunders (WS20), had to settle for fourth ahead of Rhys Edwards (NW44). The last of the finalists was Luke Smith (SR174), who was a retirement from the race.

1st Y121 2nd E100 3rd NS443 4th WS20 5th NW44 DNF SR174 EXCL SV101 EXCL SS20

Class 3

Coming from one of the outside grid slots and straight into the lead was Chris Allanson (S47Y) who made the final after a run-off with Martin Beaney (IK316). Defending champion, Sam Gould (NS334) was hot on his tail though and on the second lap was able to take over the lead after Allanson pushes wide. It wasn’t long before Martin Gould (NS343) was also past Allanson, who started to drop down the order. Adam Saint (CA1) was then putting in a challenge on Martin Gould for second position, with Ryan Power (YD98) soon joining this battle. All the while this allowed Sam to pull himself clear of the grid to retain his title with dad Martin picking up second. Power had passed Saint for third, but the two were in a drag to the line with Saint just getting his nose in front to take third spot. Dave George (SN269) held off Mick Sumners (R169) for fifth, with Allanson dropping down to seventh. Pete Robinson (NW72) had a spin on the penultimate lap which dropped him out of the battle and to the back of the pack.

1st NS334 2nd NS343 3rd CA1 4th YD98 5th SN269 6th R169 7th S47Y 8th NW72

Class 5

There was to be a new champion, as last year’s winner, Ben Reade (B32H), just missed out on a finals spot finishing ninth in the table after the three heats. It was Jason Saunders (WS1) who looked to have his nose in front going into the first turn but coming out he had Daniel Lodge (SC212) alongside. Lodge took the lead with the joint top qualifiers Saunders and Tom Ellis (S33D) side-by-side. In the battle further back Mark Uka (PHD20) was spat out and was then a retirement from the race. Once in front there was no stopping Lodge, who pulled well clear of those behind to take the win. The battle on track was for second, with Ellis just taking the position from Jabez Smith (LUD8) and Saunders who rounded out the trophy positions. Chris Winnall (B66H) took fifth ahead of Jordan Stead (BC33), whilst the defending Junior Saloon champion, Adam Browne (MA184) closed out the order.

1st SC212 2nd S33D 3rd LUD8 4th WS1 5th B66H 6th BC33 7th MA184 DNF PHD20

Class 7

Unsurprisingly for some there would be four attempts for this final. The first was stopped on the first lap with Craig Bagley (C2) and Rhys Griffiths (SV212) caught up on the pits bend. The second run was stopped when Griffiths was stranded on the track with what appeared to be broken suspension. The third stoppage was because of contact between Bagley and Andy Holtby (SC61) which saw Holtby spinning. Phil Cooper (ARC5) looked to have the best getaway but it was Holtby who led coming out of the turn followed by the first Scottish driver to make a men’s nationals final, Colin Reid (CS21). Holtby was able to pull away whilst Reid was defending from the rest of the grid. The battle was for third between Cooper, Bagley and Cameron Mills (C9). Holtby went on to take his fifth nationals title. Reid pushing on at the top bend first allowed Cooper past and then Bagley, but he was able to hold onto the final trophy spot. Darren Lodge (SC265) picked up fifth ahead of Mills, and Matt Manning (E152). Griffiths was missing from the last two runs of the final.

1st SC61 2nd ARC5 3rd C2 4th CS21 5th SC265 6th C9 7th E152 DNF SV212

Class 9

The defending champion Steven Lindsay (PHD1) just missed the cut for the final which meant that a new winner would be crowned. Top qualifier Dave Palmer (ARC31) was the first to show ahead of Jimmy Smith (LUD80). The battle was on for second with Jamie Hollingsbee (IK111) challenging Smith, with James Bowe (YD182) there too. A mistake from Hollingsbee saw him go straight on at the top bend and allowed Bowe through to third. On the next turn Smith pushed wide allowing Smith to take second place. Once in second Bowe quickly closed the gap on Palmer and using the outside line made the move to take up the running. Pulling away from the early leader Bowe took the win from Palmer. Third place went to Smith, with Rydian Evans (TA84) taking fourth, and the last of the trophie. Bran Neale (PAC16) picked up fifth from Ian Stead (BC34) whilst Hollingsbee had to settle for seventh. Rhys Williams (NS3) took the final position with a puncture on board.

1st YD182 2nd ARC31 3rd LUD80 4th TA84 5th PAC16 6th BC34 7th IK111 8th NS3

Class 2

It was unclear what the first attempt of the final was stopped for, but Ollie Stevens (LUD15) was excluded from the rerun. The reds were out again for the second run after contact on the opening lap leaving Craig Conway (SC1) and Jack Hodgson (YD104) facing the wrong way. The third attempt would see completion and it was top qualifier with three heat wins Daniel Heath (P56EM) who took the early lead with Danny Kelly (YD203) close behind. Conway was soon up to second and taking over the front position. Heath wasn’t going to allow Conway to take it easy though and retook the lead. Conway was back in front again, and the pair spent the rest of the race side-by-side taking it in turns with whose nose was just in front. It was a race to the line out of the final bend with Conway taking the win. Heath picked up second but was later excluded from the event due to a technical infringement. Second therefore went to Kelly who had been holding off Daniel Robins (SN34). Kevin Atkins (Y443Y) took the final trophy place in fourth ahead of Hodgson. Will Henry (E219) had made it up to third in the first half of the race but a nudge from Robins sent him down the order to sixth.

1st SC1 2nd YD203 3rd SN34 4th S443Y 5th YD104 6th E219 DNF LUD15 EXCL P56EM

Class 4

The first run of the final was stopped due to contact between Rob Lancaster (R47) and James Bubb (E46) which saw Bubb stranded. Lancaster was given a black flag for the contact. As was in the first run Darren Grasby (E220) in the famous Imp was straight out of the gate and into the lead. This time though he wasn’t able to pull such a gap in the opening lap and had five time class four champion Rob Corbett (PAC3) on his tail. Despite the race long challenge from Corbett Grasby was able to hold on to take the nationals title. Wes Johnson (IK34) took an unchallenged third place. There was a battle for the final trophy position between Jamie Taylor-Williams (M58) and the defending champion, Adam Henley (Y777) with Taylor-Williams holding on. Dorian Davies (TA12) took sixth whilst a problem getting off the start for Bubb saw him as the final finisher.

1st E220 2nd PAC3 3rd IK34 4th M58 5th Y777 6th TA12 7th E46 BF R47

Class 6

Josh Holden (P9) and Ben Gadsby (P7EM) made it through to the final after a close three car run off, with Lloyd Elliot (N53) just missing out. The first attempt of the final was stopped due to contact at the first corner which saw Matt Jess (DA77) picking up a black flag. Defending champion, Ben Gould (NS434) gets the best start and leads the way, followed by Anthony Conway (SC90). The battle was for third with Gadsby and Will Elford (PAC81). Out of shape, Elford dropped to the back of order. Sam Gould (NS433) in the early stages of the race was down in sixth, but was able to move up to fourth after Elford’s mistake and was then challenging for third with Gadsby. Ben went on to reclaim his title ahead of Conway. Contact on the last lap saw Sam pick up third and Gadsby out of the race. Darren Bryan (S41Y) went on to take fourth ahead of Elford. Elford however had picked up a green flag which dropped him behind Holden.

1st NS434 2nd SC90 3rd NS433 4th S41Y 5th P9 7th PAC81 DNF P7EM BF DA77

Class 8

A bunched up first lap saw Matt Berrisford (NS155) just edging his nose in front to take the lead, but he had the defending champion, Tom Lewis (BC55), Stuart Whitehouse (T5) and top qualifier, Dan Mackenzie (CA44), challenging for the position. Mackenzie was able to move up from fourth to second on one bend and was then putting the pressure on the leader. This continued for the remaining laps, over half the race, until the flag where it was a drag to the line with Berrisford holding on to take his first Men’s Nationals title, adding to his Junior Special title from 2012. Behind there was a battle for third between Lewis, Whitehouse and Mitch Well (IK356). Lewis broke away to take third place with Wells picking up the final trophy. Whitehouse had a dash to the line just holding of Darren Mullen (WR38). Steven Mills was seventh ahead of Tom Chadwick (NS151) who had a spin on the second lap.

1st NS155 2nd CA44 3rd BC55 4th IK356 5th T5 6th WR38 7th C10 8th NS151

Class 10

The reds flags were out on the first run when Lee Seagreaves (ARC1) and Gary Wetherick (IK100) came together. The rereun went without Wetherick. Phil Cooper (ARC6) took the lead at turn one with Gary Morris (C28) and Callum Hope (Y144) behind. A spin from Hope and Morris pushing wide allowed Graham Blackburn (YD11) up to second. Copper continued to pull clear of Blackburn, who in turn was pulling away from the battle behind. Vinny Gibbons was sitting in third until a problem which saw him push on at the top and drop down the order. Cooper took his 10th nationals title in style, almost half a lap clear of second placed Blackburn. Morris held onto third, whilst Lee Seagreaves despite contact with the armco, picked up the final trophy in fourth. Hope recovered to sixth ahead of Gibbons, whilst Chris Colegate (NW19) had picked up a puncture and crawled his way to the end.

1st ARC6 2nd YD11 3rd C28 4th ARC1 5th Y144 6th LM170 7th NW19 DNF IK100

Champion of Champions

1st SC1 Craig Conway (2)
2nd SC212 Daniel Lodge (5)
3rd ARC6 Phil Cooper (10)
4th E220 Darren Grasby (4)
5th CA44 Dan Mackenzie (8)
6th YD182 James Bowe (9)
7th NS155 Matt Berrisford (8)
8th SV101 Conner Griffiths (1)

Alive Bevans Q&A

Do you feel more pressure going into the Nationals as defending champion?
It does add slightly more pressure, but I always have nerves anyway, which in turn gives such an adrenaline buzz on the start line!

Have you raced at the Southern League before? How have you got on?
Yes, I really enjoy the Southern League track, I’ve raced there a few times. I won both my British Autograss series overall championships in class five and seven there at the final round last year. I have also been racing there this year too.

How do you feel about your chances of retaining your Ladies Champion of Champions title this year?
It is a race that is so difficult to win, racing front wheel drive when in rear wheel is different. All I keep in my head is don’t slow down at all, every lap counts, it’s a long race!

Which class do you think the track will favour when it comes to the Champion of Champions race?
The Champ of Champs is anyone’s; it all depends of the stagger and the track conditions!

You have won the Ladies Nationals in 4 different classes (classes one, four, five and seven), which of these was your favourite title to achieve and what was the hardest to achieve?
My first title in my first year out of juniors in class one was tough as I was last out of the grid and had to come from the back to win it! My favourite has to be class seven as it is the super saloon class and something I had always dreamt of winning! It is the pinnacle of Autograss racing!

You are entered in classes seven and eight this year, which are you looking forward to racing most?
Both cars I can’t wait to get into at Nationals, I love my class seven but the eight I love more and more each time I get in it! Both cars I love racing and that’s down to my Dad and boyfriend putting 100% effort into maintaining them. I couldn’t do it without either of them.

In each of these classes who do you think is your strongest competitor?
Class seven and eight together in one weekend this year is probably going to be my strongest line up of competitors I’ve raced, so I couldn’t pick. But this is what makes the racing much more exciting and rewarding.

Which class that you haven’t raced yet would you most like to have a go in?
I would love to race a class 10 to feel the maximum adrenaline rush into the first corner!

Photo credit: Krzysztof Kudlacik

2019 Men’s National Autograss Championships Champions

Your official 2019 Men’s National champions are:
Class 1: Y121 Peter Watson
Class 2: SC1 Craig Conway
Class 3: NS334 Sam Gould
Class 4: E220 Darren Grasby
Class 5: SC212 Daniel Lodge
Class 6: NS434 Ben Gould
Class 7: SC61 Andy Holtby
Class 8: NS155 Matt Berrisford
Class 9: YD182 James Bowe
Class 10: ARC6 Phil Cooper
CoC: SC1 Craig Conway

Full final reports will be coming later this week.

2019 Men’s National Autograss Championships Predictions

We are less than 48 hours away from the 2019 Men’s National Autograss Championships getting underway. Before it all kicks off here are my full predictions for the finals in one place.

Good luck to all those competing this year, I hope you all have an enjoyable and successful weekend. And spectators….we are in for a treat.

Class 1
1. SR174 Luke Smith
2. SN164 Alex Hill
3. SV101 Conner Griffiths
4. P37EM Lyndsey Allen
5. PHD12 Ashley Hutchings
6. WS20 Jason Saunders
7. SP129 Caine Parnell
8. DA55 Alexander Weir

Defending champion: WS20 Jason Saunders

Class 3
1. NS334 Sam Gould
2. IK316 Martin Beaney
3. R169 Mick Sumners
4. YD98 Ryan Power
5. C7E Anthony Teather
6. NW72 Pete Robinson
7. S47Y Chris Allanson
8. SS11 Adrian Turner

Defending champion: NS334 Sam Gould

Class 5
1. IK22 Ian Thorndyke
2. N17 Gary Cheetham
3. SC212 Daniel Lodge
4. PHD20 Mark Uka
5. LUD8 Jabez Smith
6. CA10 Daniel Godfrey
7. S60D Stuart Deacon
8. WS1 Jason Saunders

Defending champion: B32H Ben Reade

Class 7
1. NS120 Liam Evans
2. P23EM Philip Barleyman
3. ARC5 Phil Cooper
4. PHD2 Phil Rogers
5. C9 Cameron Mills
6. C2 Craig Bagley
7. E152 Matthew Manning
8. S47D Pete Bott

Defending champion: C9 Cameron Mills

Class 9
1. SC4 John Whitehouse
2. YD182 James Bowe
3. WS2 Jack Joyce
4. PHD1 Steven Lindsay
5. SC105 Martin Bugg
6. LUD80 Jimmy Smith
7. E26 Mark Barker
8. ARC31 Dave Palmer

Defending champion: PHD1 Stephen Lindsay

Class 2
1. SR54 Lee Evanson
2. SP43 Ashley Robinson
3. SP19 Sam Barrett
4. SN34 Daniel Robins
5. E219 Will Henry
6. R3 Mark Mosely
7. TA36 Trystan Daniels
8. IK55 Bradley Thomas

Defending champion: SP43 Ashley Robinson

Class 4
1. E220 Darren Grasby
2. Y777 Adam Henley
3. PAC3 Rob Corbett
4. M58 Jamie Taylor-Williams
5. R47 Rob Lancaster
6. BC25 Richard Williams
7. Y111 Philip Wall
8. SC76 Duane Walker

Defending champion: Y777 Adam Henley

Class 6
1. NS434 Ben Gould
2. YD10 Martyn Janes
3. WR33 Stu Thompson
4. YS22 Matt Scourfield
5. SN263 Todd Horwood
6. R27 Dave Houghton
7. N53 Lloyd Elliott
8. NS207 Tom Pipe

Defending champion: NS443 Ben Gould

Class 8
1. SS3 Russ Shepherd
2. Y57 Jake Herdman
3. 8F Graham Bennett
4. CA44 Dan Mackenzie
5. WR38 Darren Mullen
6. N8 Simon Reeve
7. BC55 Tom Lewis
8. T5 Stuart Whitehouse

Defending champion: BC55 Tom Lewis

Class 10
1. ARC6 Phil Cooper
2. Y40 Wez Tinker
3. LM170 Vinny Gibbons
4. SV2 Mark Griffiths
5. DA121 Derek Leech
6. ARC1 Lee Seagreaves
7. SS79 James Poltimore
8. SC93 Jack Rawlinson

Defending champion: SS79 James Poltimore