The first of five races making up the BRCA national championship was held at the weekend at the recently re-surfaced West London track. In the super touring class it was the Schumacher of reigning champion Chris Grainger that took TQ ahead of the Associated TC6 of Olly Jefferies and the Tamiya of Elliott Harper. The three leg finals saw an intriguing battle as all three top runners made errors in at least one of the finals; the final result was a win for Grainger ahead of Harper and Jefferies. Andy Moore was fourth for Hot Bodies and Associated’s Alan Bickerstaff completing the top five.
In the well supported 10.5 stock class it was a new winner, taking his first ever national victory was Ayrton Anderson, the young Hot Bodies driver controlled from the front after taking TQ and took three straight A final wins to finish ahead of James Hart and Ryan Edwards, Chris Slater was next up with reigning 10.5 champion Jon Bowden fifth.
The next round is in four weeks time at the Cotswold track.