Championship update including Timesheet, Supplementary Regulations and a list of competitors.
Less than two weeks after collecting her Trident Engineering Sprint & Hillclimb Ladies Championship Trophy, at the WAMC Awards evening at the end of January, Charlotte Phelps collected another trophy on Saturday from the British Women Racing Drivers Club having accumulated her points whilst competing at championship events around the UK, resulting in great 2016 season.
Regulations for the 2017 Trident Engineering Welsh Sprint & Hillclimb Championship are now available here
The 2017 Championship promises to repeat the success of previous years with a mixture of Sprints and Hillclimb venues across the country, commencing in March and concluding in October.
Comprising of 24 rounds throughout the British Isles including iconic venues like Shelsley Walsh, Rockingham, Castle Combe and Pembrey to name but a few. There are a variety of classes, which cover cars of every type from your daily road car, with minimum alterations/additions, through to modified and specialist cars and also a rally car class, with all cars complying with the MSA rules in the ‘Yearbook’.
The championship is scored on the best 9 results so you can choose where and when to compete, according to your personal preference.
Trident Engineering’s continued financial support to the Championship along with its technical help and advice given by Mike and Gareth Griffiths, is greatly appreciated by the WAMC and Competitors alike and long may it continue.
This year we are delighted to confirm that we have an additional sponsor, namely Dryslwyn Haulage Ltd and trust that they will enjoy being part of 2017 Championship.