2021 Calendar

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2021 Calendar

Race Report

Scott Parkin enjoyed a stellar opening round of the 2021 Trackday Championship season at Donington Park behind the wheel of his Volkswagen Golf. Parkin delivered a qualifying masterclass and put the Team Darkside Developments car on pole position, edging out the Honda Integra of Sam Gay/Colin Tester who completed the front row.

Class B’s Parkin then went on to show his true pace with a clean get away from the start and never looked back, leading every lap of the race until diving into the pits to complete his mandatory stop on lap 13. During this the #172 Renault Clio of Alf Hyde and the #8 Porsche 944 both enjoyed turns at the front before Parkin regained the race lead on lap 19. Parkin then went on to stamp his authority on the weekend by taking the chequered flag with just over 14 seconds over the #45 Caterham Supersport of Chris Payne. Alf Hyde went on to claim the final step of the podium.

Class C honours went the way of Ben Johansson and Scott Thompson who finished fourth on the road, followed by the duo of Russell Danzey and Jack Wood.

Meanwhile the Greenstar Racing pairing of Rob and James Burnham improved on their second place Class D qualifying result and went on to secure the class win.

Class G’s Ty Boothroyd and Michael Pensavalle had a good showing too, originally starting from fourth in class and 34th on the grid. The BMW wheelmen claimed their first class win of the season, making up an impressive nine positions on the road.

Race Results

Pos Name Class Pts
1Team DarksideB37
2FTP MotorsportB32
3Tylah MotorsportB29
4Pro-Am RacingC28
5PSRC26
6Apple Car CentreB23
7Team Air SupplyB21
8Tylah MotorsportB19
9TSRB17
10Unique RacingB14
11Disklok Racing with MiRiDERB11
12Blue FlameB8
13Team PaxcroftB5
14Greenstar RacingD8
15Coupes and Convertibles BDSD5
16Team Fiesta Club RacerD4
17Team Hearing DogsB-2 
18Boreham MotorsportD2
19Team KARC6
20Mangoes RacingC6
21McKee MotorsportC5
22LWD RacingC4
23Team Banana RacingC3
24Argent RacingD1
25Supatune MotorsportC2
26RLR with the CRUKPodcastC1
 Penalty points applied.  Fastest lap during qualifying.  Fastest lap during race.

Race Report

The Trackday Championship visited Silverstone’s National circuit for the second round of the season, and as ever it proved to be a day packed full of non-stop thrills and spills.

Once again Scott Parkin proved to be on formidable form, with the round one Donington Park winner securing pole position in his Volkswagen Golf. Class B competitor Luke Schlewitz secured second position just 0.320s behind, making it an all-Volkswagen front row lockout.

Original pole starter Parkin took full advantage of his grid spot and led the busy 39 car grid away cleanly, with the top three positions remaining unchanged for the first ten laps. Cars then began to dive into the pits for their mandatory pit stop, allowing Parkin to extend his lead until completing his own pit stop on lap 18. Meanwhile cars jostled for position, with Schlewitz being the first to lead the field.

Ray and Jordan Honeybone were next to take control of the contest in their Class B Renault Clio, before Parkin fought his way back to the front to claim race leading duties on lap 24. Parkin would then continue unchallenged, however battles were still ongoing throughout the rest of the chasing pack.

Schlewitz would have to push all the way to the line to secure second place, with the Honda Civic Type R of Matt and Mark Higginson never far behind in third. Sam Gay/Colin Tester finished the race in fourth, whilst Justin Roberts completed the top five, also securing the Class C win.

James May and Alex Osborne would finish the race fifteenth on the road, bringing home the Class D victory.

Race Results

Pos Name Class Pts
1Team DarksideB37  
2JabbasportB32
3Disklok Racing with MiRiDERB29
4G&M MotorsportB27
5Team KARC25
6Team RebbiehaB23
7Team Hearing DogsB21
8Apple Car CentreB19
9Tylah MotorsportB17
10Pro-Am RacingC15
11McKee MotorsportC13
12Freddy Hewitt RacingB10
13Unique RacingC9
14Team Air SupplyB6
15APO SportD8 
16Greenstar RacingD6
17RS RacingC6
18LWD RacingC6
19PSRC8  
20Coupes and Convertibles BDSD6
21Team Banana RacingC6
22RLR with the CRUKPodcastC5
23Driven MotorsportC4
24Team PaxcroftB3
25R&R RacingD6
26Moores MotorsC3
27Supatune MotorsportD5
28DickieD4
29Boreham MotorsportD3
30Wayside RacingC2
31Mangoes RacingC1
32Team Fiesta Club RacerD3 
33Unique RacingB2
34FTP MotorsportB1
35Box Fast RacingD1
 Penalty points applied.  Fastest lap during qualifying.  Fastest lap during race.

Race Report

A rare trip to Castle Combe saw Trackday Championship competitors take on the challenges of the Wiltshire circuit, and it was Sam Gay/Colin Tester who left with race winning silverware.

The morning’s qualifying session saw a battle unravel between Scott Parkin and Gay/Tester. Parkin was first to top the timing screen before Gay/Tester shot to the top just a few minutes later. The duo’s efforts would go unrewarded though, with Parkin retaliating with an effort of 1:16.959s – a lap time good enough to secure pole position. Chris Payne secured the final front row grid spot, followed by Gay/Tester in third.

Once the race got underway any major progress would soon be halted due to a red flag for a crash early at Tower Corner. When lights went out for the second time Chris Payne put his Caterham into the lead on the opening tour of the circuit, keeping original pole starter Parkin firmly in his rear view mirror.

An unfortunate safety car period would follow suit, however multiple cars took advantage of the situation to pit, promoting John Lyne into the lead. Meanwhile, numerous battles unfolded behind with a hard charging Chris Payne and Gay/Tester battling their way through the pack towards the pointy end of the field. Action would once again slow at the sight of another safety car, with the Honda Integra of Gay/Tester swiftly moving back into the lead, fighting off Payne to take the chequered flag and Class B win by just 0.719s.

Ellick/Fleming took the final step of the podium in their Class G Volkswagen Golf, followed by J.Honeybone/R.Honeybone and G.Wright/J.Wright who completed the top five.

Darren Goes topped the Class C classification in seventh on the road and Glover/Wright piloted their Ford Fiesta ST to Class D honours.

Original pole position starter Scott Parkin would be denied another 2021 race win with a sensor issue forcing him to retire from the race.

Race Results

Pos Name Class Pts
1G&M MotorsportB36 
2FTP MotorsportB32
3Apple Car CentreB29
4Team Air SupplyB27
5TSRB25
6Mangoes RacingC22
7Pro-Am RacingC19
8McKee MotorsportC17
9Team Hearing DogsB17
10Team PaxcroftB15
11Beaufort RacingB13
12PSRC8
13MRMB8
14Team Fiesta Club RacerD9
15Coupes and Convertibles BDSD8
16Boreham MotorsportD6
17Box Fast RacingD5
18DickieD4
19F&G RacingB4
20Boreham MotorsportD3
21Rosbif RacingC1
22Wayside RacingC3
23Paul Sheard AutosportD2
24Blue FlameB2
25Tylah MotorsportB1
26Supatune MotorsportD1
27Team DarksideB1 
 Penalty points applied.  Fastest lap during qualifying.  Fastest lap during race.

Race Report

With a bit of an assist by the PSR BMW, Class C Team KAR took the win at a very wet Oulton Park!

Showing good pace in the wet conditions the Team KAR Honda Civic led the majority of the race around the Cheshire circuit. Initially under great pressure from first lap leader Disklok Racing. The KAR team managed to gap their competition however, and grow their advantage, as the Disklok car itself become the target of the advancing Team Darkside Golf TDi. The Golf finally getting the better of the Disklok car ahead of the pit stops. In the latter stages of the race, the Golf also managed to find a way past the KAR Honda, only for the red flags to appear with the PSR BMW stopped at turn one. The resulting count back handing the lead, and the win back to the KAR Team.

The retirement of the Dicklok Honda soon after the pit stops, elevated the 2020 Champions Apple Car Centre to second in Class B and third overall. Third in Class B and fourth overall went to Tylah Motorsports Alf Hyde up two places from the grid.

Second place in Class C went to McKee Motorsport in the BMW, coming home sixth overall, ahead of the PRO-Am Clio who took third in class.

Class D was a battle of the Fiestas, with Greenstar Racing besting Ronan Quinn Racing by just over 9 seconds to take the class win. Third in Class went to Team Fiesta Club Racer who jumped the 2020 Class D Championship winning BMW Z3 of Coupes and Convertibles.

Race Results

Pos Name Class Pts
1Team KARC37
2Team DarksideB34
3Apple Car CentreB29
4Tylah MotorsportB27
5McKee MotorsportC24
6G&M MotorsportB23
7Tylah MotorsportB21
8Greenstar RacingD20
9Ronan Quinn RacingD18
10Freddy Hewitt RacingB15
11Pro-Am RacingC11
12Team Fiesta Club RacerD11
13Team RebbiehaB8
14Coupes and Convertibles BDSD7
15LWD RacingC4
16Club Racing UKC2
17Blue FlameB4
18Mangoes RacingC1
19Boreham MotorsportD4
20MRMB3
21Box Fast RacingD3
22Wayside RacingC2
23Team PaxcroftB1
24Boreham MotorsportD2
25Supatune MotorsportD1
 Penalty points applied.  Fastest lap during qualifying.  Fastest lap during race.
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