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Jamie Sismey took his fifth win of the season at the new to DHORC Silverstone circuit designed by Phil Rees, which saw a field of 24 racers despite many folk being away. This puts him just one race win behind Championship leader Lee Pateman. Nick Sismey's second place wasn't good enough to keep him in the Championship hunt, Jamie and Phil now being the only ones who can beat Lee to his record equalling fifth Adult title.

James Mellor retained the Junior Championship with his eighth win of 2012 with Jacob Pateman and Josh Lister now fixed in second and third. New member Adam Hall fought James for the win after taking the 'B' Final surprising us all as he was using a Club Car! He would finish joint second with Josh at the flag with both cars crashing together as the power ebbed away.

Alan Bullock had a night to remember winning both the HO Masters Final and the 'C' Final

The calm before the storm, the new Silverstone track, the first time we have run the Home of British Motorsport circuit at DHORC



All of the circuit records were set on Tuesday night



By 1930 the room was full of would be racers



As is the tradition at DHORC the evening began with the Juniors



There was a little licence used for the design of Luffield Corner!



Peter Barber deals with a double off into Club Corner



Porsche 917's dominate the GC Finals



Parc Ferme an explosion of colour



Cars stream through Chapel Curve onto Hangar Straight in front of Shloke Anand


Race Control stickering up cars between races



Cars heading towards Wellington Straight



Our newest Adult Members Matt Blood and Dan Buckley



The traces left by two cars, one negotiating the curve, one clearly not!



Jamie waits his turn before dominating the 'A' Final



Alan, Geoff Peach and Peter fight it out for HO Masters (over 60's) honours



The full results were as follows







The Championship tables with four rounds to go look like this







A full report will be included in Issue 424 of the DHORC magazine which can be found here www.dhorc.co.uk from 24Sep12



Cheers
Nick
 
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Jamie Sismey took his fifth win of the season at the new to DHORC Silverstone circuit designed by Phil Rees, which saw a field of 24 racers despite many folk being away. This puts him just one race win behind Championship leader Lee Pateman. Nick Sismey's second place wasn't good enough to keep him in the Championship hunt, Jamie and Phil now being the only ones who can beat Lee to his record equalling fifth Adult title.

James Mellor retained the Junior Championship with his eighth win of 2012 with Jacob Pateman and Josh Lister now fixed in second and third. New member Adam Hall fought James for the win after taking the 'B' Final surprising us all as he was using a Club Car! He would finish joint second with Josh at the flag with both cars crashing together as the power ebbed away.

Alan Bullock had a night to remember winning both the HO Masters Final and the 'C' Final

The calm before the storm, the new Silverstone track, the first time we have run the Home of British Motorsport circuit at DHORC



All of the circuit records were set on Tuesday night



By 1930 the room was full of would be racers



As is the tradition at DHORC the evening began with the Juniors



There was a little licence used for the design of Luffield Corner!



Peter Barber deals with a double off into Club Corner



Porsche 917's dominate the GC Finals



Parc Ferme an explosion of colour



Cars stream through Chapel Curve onto Hangar Straight in front of Shloke Anand



Race Control stickering up cars between races



Cars heading towards Wellington Straight



Our newest Adult Members Matt Blood and Dan Buckley



The traces left by two cars, one negotiating the curve, one clearly not!



Jamie waits his turn before dominating the 'A' Final



Alan, Geoff Peach and Peter fight it out for HO Masters (over 60's) honours



The full results were as follows







The Championship tables with four rounds to go look like this







A full report will be included in Issue 424 of the DHORC magazine which can be found here www.dhorc.co.uk from 24Sep12



Cheers
Nick
 
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