Cragg and Martin Light Up TORCH

BRCA 110 off rd TORCH track Cragg and Martin Light Up TORCHTitchfield Off-Road Club Hants were the hosts for the second round of the BRCA series. A long trip for some to the south coast but the weather was lovely and once again the club put on a great show.
Qualifying was all about the three drivers, who shared the top three round scores between them for all rounds. But one man managed to double up and it was Team Associated’s Neil Cragg that took pole position ahead of long time rival Yokomo’s Lee Martin and Schumacher’s Tom Yardy.
As usual the racing was awesome and Lee put the cat amongst the pigeons with a first leg win, but Neil fought back to take the remaining two and take the overall win from Lee, with Tom third.

BRCA 110 off rd TORCH 2WD Cragg and Martin Light Up TORCHResult – 2WD:

  1. Neil Cragg – Team Associated
  2. Lee Martin – Yokomo
  3. Tom Yardy – Schumacher
  4. Craig Collinson – Team C
  5. Tom Cockerill – Yokomo
  6. Ellis Stafford – TLR
  7. Ben Jemison – – Schumacher
  8. Danny McGee – Schumacher
  9. Ritchie Thorn – Team Associated
  10. Adam Perei – Team C

BRCA 110 off rd TORCH 2WD winner2 Cragg and Martin Light Up TORCHSunday saw another fast and flowing track for the 4WD event and this time the top two were just that bit quicker than the rest. It was Lee Martin (Yokomo) that got revenge for 2WD by taking pole position ahead of Neil Cragg (Team Associated) with Tom Yardy (Schumacher) once more in third.
In the finals Lee had just enough to hold off Neil without a serious challenge and take the first two leg wins, and with them the meeting. Neil took the final leg to secure second place whilst Tom completed the podium after been pushed hard by Craig Collinson.

Result – 4WD:

  1. Lee Martin – Yokomo
  2. Neil Cragg – Team Associated
  3. Tom Yardy – Schumacher
  4. Craig Collinson – Team C
  5. Richard Lowe – Xray
  6. Ellis Stafford – TLR
  7. Tom Cockerill – Yokomo
  8. Paul Crompton – Xray
  9. Danny McGee – Schumacher
  10. Eugene Galley – Xray

The series heads into the East Midlands for our next stop at Robin Hood Raceway. Last year at RHR there were some surprise results and Racer will be there to see what happens.

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