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David Moore dominates opening races of 2012 Smart Car 4two Cup Series

opening races 2012 seasonContinuing his multiple race-winning form from the Smart Cup Invitation race in Belgium 3 weeks ago, David Moore dominated the opening weekend of the 2012 Smart Car 4two Cup Series at Donnington Park, Leicestershire on Sunday 22nd April 2012 with a field consisting of 22 cars.

Run on the support programme of the Britcar championship and with the first two rounds of the series being held on the National circuit, the Tockwith Motorsports racer – driving a Smart451 (130bhp) category car, posted a pole position, fastest lap and the win in race one and 3rdplace on the grid, fastest lap and another victory in race two, with both races being run under a 20 minute format.

In wet conditions, race one saw the Yorkshireman pull out a comfortable gap to the opposition which also featured a field of invited 11 Belgian-based Smart Cup cars running eight 451-spec cars and three 450 (90bhp) machines, to win ahead of sister Sarah Moore (car No6) and the visiting Swedish female driver Maiken Rassmussen (car No456). Held in drier conditions, race 2 saw the Harrogate-born driver build a steady 0.5s per lap gap to eventually finish 6.2s clear of No9 driver Jake Jackson and sister Sarah in the No3 car.

Last Updated on Thursday, 26 April 2012 15:30

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Elise Trophy Race Report: Silverstone 14/4

silverstone140412Introduction

The 2012 Elise Trophy season entry list has seen the series continue to evolve in a distinct direction from Lotus Cup UK, with a host of new names taking to the track at Silverstone in support of the FIA Formula Two Championship.

Amongst the familiar favourites of Ken Savage (now sporting the coveted number one on his car), Steve Quick, Stuart Rowland and Craig Denman, MX5 champions Tom Roche and Rob Boston are sure to be on the pace, as will Time Attack, Britcar and Lotus specialist Steve Guglielmi.

Qualifying

Roche was immediately on the pace in his series debut, however it was Rowland who posted the first headline lap time, the cars lapping the Arena circuit in two-and-a-half minutes. Warren Scott picked up from his impressive form late last year, as did Martin Wills, whilst newcomer Boston impressed with an early second place from Steve Quick.

Meanwhile series regulars Ken Savage and Craig Denman were sitting in the lower reaches of the top ten, ordinarily a fine achievement in a 43-car field, however these are drivers used to winning. As Savage tried to improve, his liberal use of the track attracted the attention of the stewards and he was shown a warning flag. Rowland, too was losing out, his pole position stolen by Boston and his front row start from Quick.

In the final moments several drivers were posting personal best times, but there was little evidence of a late upset. Indeed, Boston held onto his pole position, by a highly impressive 1.2 seconds from Quick, Rowland and Scott. Roche, debutant Andrew Bentley, Wills, Savage, Denman and Guglielmi completed a top ten with a very different look for the opening race of 2012.

Race One

Boston made a good start when the lights went out but Quick’s was better and as they exited Copse it was the yellow Elise that led the field. Meanwhile Boston was under attack from Scott as they entered Becketts, with Rowland assuming fourth place behind them. Scott kept up the attack as Bentley took fourth place from Rowland, however the place was soon regained and for the opening laps Quick was given a little breathing space as the second, third and fourth men disputed the order.

Quick, however, was unable to clear the pack and his driving was a demonstration of defensiveness, often taking a slow line into corners to gain the advantage on exit. This had the desired effect of backing his immediate chasers into the field, thus leaving them vulnerable to attack if they had any thoughts of progressing up the order.

Meanwhile further back, Savage was making amends for his relatively lowly starting position and in seventh place by lap three, headed towards the leading pack, with Wills the first target. Behind him, Denman, Guglielmi, LaMaster, Stothert, Hay, Stratton-Lake and Livsey fought it out in the next group as the field separated into a series of fierce squabbles.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 02 August 2012 06:42

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Mark took the Green Goblin (No46) for a 'shakedown'

green goblin thumbBrands Hatch last weekend - Mark took the Green Goblin (No46) for a 'shakedown' in preparation for the opening race in the BMW Compact Cup.

Last Updated on Monday, 09 April 2012 14:09

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Race Reports will start as soon as the racing season begins

Last Updated on Sunday, 01 January 2012 10:57

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