It was a difficult Easter Sunday meeting at Loton as a trike crashed heavily early on and an ambulance and air ambulance had to be called. Luckily the driver and passenger were not seriously hurt I understand. Then we had to stop for the church service. These delays meant that we lost second practice and had only three runs. In my case this amounted to just under 3 and a half minutes track time all day and of course for faster cars, less time. Still, while waiting for your runs you are watching motorsport so that’s a positive, as is the very friendly atmosphere in the paddock. Another bonus was the trophy left on my car – presumably by Roy Holder? – for my second in class on the 26th March and another positive is the fact that I did a PB of 68.85. Here are some photos.
Gary also came a cropper.
I’m back there tomorrow for the Easter Monday meeting and aiming for 67 seconds. Now I must watch the Bahrain Grand Prix!