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2018 SEASON
NEW SPONSOR FOR
CHAMPIONSHIP


As drivers and enthusiasts prepare for the new season the directors of Wiscombe Ltd are proud to announce Tillicoultry Quarries Ltd as the title sponsor for 2018.

As sixty years of hillclimbing at the East Devon venue are celebrated it is timely to welcome the support of Wallace Menzies of Tillicoultry Quarries in a deal which will not only enable the popular series to continue but to grow and tarract more competitors.

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Wallace, a well known competitor in the British Championships, took his first victory at Wiscombe Park during the national championship meeting in July of 2017 at the wheel of his Cosworth powered Gould GR59M. Having enjoyed the challenges of the demanding course in recent seasons the Scotsman was delighted to have taken the victory on his way to second place in the British Championships.

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If you can't get to Wiscombe you can now follow the action from your home computer via the South West Timekeepers live feed.

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The service should be available at all Wiscombe events but follow the link below and, subject to a useable 3G broadband signal you will be able to see the times just after they have actually been posted at Wiscombe.

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WINS FOR WHEELER, SHORT AND INGLEHEART.

The finale to the 2017 season at Wiscombe Park saw the final qualifying round of the Wiscombe Park Championship as part of the MG Car Club event and a round of the national series of the National Hill Climb Association.

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The attrocious weather conditions endured the previous weekend were still prevalent in East Devon which led to the curtailment of the MG meeting and a re-prograaming of the motorcycle event twenty four later.

But through the challenging conditions came some worthy performances including the second FTD in two weeks for Ben Wheeler with his Suzuki powewred Empire Evo 2. The Kilmington driver did more than enough on his first climb to take the premier award with a climb of 45.11 secs.


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The event also confirmed Ian Inglheart as the 2107 Wiscombe Park Champion in his Westfield-Cosworth. The 2015 winner being only the second driver to take a second win in the series. The Plymouth driver finishing over five points clear of runner-up Ben Bonfield in the Austin Mini he shares with his father Tony.

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The following day the weather conditions continued to provide a challenge to both competitors and organisers but Bideford's Pete Short was undeterred as he claimed FTD durng the Top 10 Run-Off with a climb of 45.34 seconds on his KTM. Honda CRF rider and current champion Tommy Hodges took second just over half a second in arrears. Paul Jeffery aboard his KTM SRF slotted into third and takes his tenth national series win as a result (subject to official confirmation).

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