Team Associated are celebrating the first major victory for their new TC6 touring car after team driver Olly Jefferies took TQ and a win at round four of the BRCA national series at the fast Halifax track. In the super touring class it was Elliott Harper that set the early pace with his Tamiya but it was Olly Jefferies that came through to take TQ ahead of Chris Grainger’s Schumacher Mi4 with Elliott lining up third. Andy Moore struggled a little in qualifying and ended up fourth but was hoping for a good result over the three leg finals.
Olly took legs one and two of the super touring A final with his LRP powered Associated with Grainger taking the final leg. Overall Grainger finished second ahead of Elliott, Andy Moore’s domestic bad luck continued and he finished down the order, Chris Ashton and Johnny Aird completed the top five.
In the Pro Stock class it was a win for Pro Stock reigning champion Johnny Bowden, X-Ray driver and pole man Andy Murray struggled to match the Hot Bodies driver in the finals and had to settle for second ahead of the Associated TC5 of young star Zak Smith. The series now moves on to West London next month were the championship will be decided.