The CSCC Special Saloons
+ Modsports series
BRANDS HATCH ENRY LIST :
Competitor(s) Class: A
16 - Craig Percy - Morris Minor 6277cc
79 - Steven Moss - Jayar Car Parts - Ford Anglia Spaceframe (T) 2000
81 - Paul Connell - PCR Performance - Ford Sierra RS500 (T) 1993
309 - Ricky Parker-Morris / Danny Morris - Chris Holmes Racing- Peugeot 309 GTi (T) 2000
Competitor(s) Class: B
2 - Graham Woskett - Triumph TR7 V8 4600
20 - Ian Wilson -Track v Road- TVR Tasmin FHC 3600
27 - Martin Reynolds - MRC - Ford Escort Mk.1 2000
61 - Andy Newall - Vauxhall Firenza Baby Bertha 5300
65 - Steve Fray - Pensioner Motorsport/Garage83 Social Club- Ford Mondeo Spaceframe 2900
175 - Andy Southcott - Zip-Ties-R-Us- MG Modsport 2300
Competitor(s) Class: C
19 - Mark Freemantle - Stanley Motor Company - Ford Escort Mk2 2300
31 - Thomas Carey - Garage 83 Motorsport- Honda CRX 2000
75 - Richard Morris - Mini Clubman- Vauxhall 2000
177 - Roy Davis - Roy Davis Australia - Triumph GT6 2500
Competitor(s) Class: D
1 - Tim Cairns - Hexagon MG- Hexagon Midget 1460
8 - Dan Minton / Steve Minton - Ford Escort Mk2 2000
57 - Tony Paxman - Oakcroft Garage- Ford Escort Mk1 2000
66 - Neil Duke - Ford Anglia 105E 2000
93 - Gary Cole- Classic + Race / KCR / Team BX- Sport Citroen BX 1905
101 - Malcolm Harding -Creative Construction Co Surrey Ltd- Ford Escort 2000
Competitor(s) Class: E
34 - Robert Knox / John Woods - Garage 83 Motorsport- Maguire Spaceframe Stiletto 1040
85 - Anthony Hayes - Mini Saloon 1430
Late entries to be added.
Round 2 of the 2018 Wendy Wools Special Saloons series returns to Brands Hatch this weekend after a 2 year abscence with a healthy and varied grid.
Joe Ward has again kindly entered the famous Baby Bertha Vauxhall Firenza that won 8 times at Brands in the mid-70s when driven by Gerry Marshall. Always a crowd favourite , Joe has given the reigns to his regular TVR co-driver Andy Newall for his series debut for this one . At the Donington Historic Andy proved the quicker of the two drivers ( in the TVR ) so could be a challenger to the newer cars on the grid.
Cosworth turbo men Steven Moss ( Anglia ) and the Morris brothers ( Peugeot 309 ) should be front runners in class A though the pre-race favourite may come from class B. Andy Southcott won both races at Silverstone in early May with his rapid and nimble MG Midget-Vauxhall 2.3 . Son Chris won both races in the 2016 meeting.
Thomas Carey is back after an unhappy time at Silverstone and his Honda CRX should go well from class C with Mark Freemantle ( Zakspeed replica mk2 ) again mixing it .
Class D should provide the closest class battles as it did at Silverstone with Tim Cairns ( Midget ) taking on 4 Fords that have dropped down a class due to the steel-body rule. The Minton family superb Escort mk2 is a genuine Wendy Wools winner from in period won the class at Silverstone but the rest of the class including Neil Duke ( Anglia ) Tony Paxman ( Escort mk1 ) and Malcolm Harding ( Escort mk2 ) provided really close in-class racing with the Cairns car last time out.
Two other V8 cars out are the Morris Minor of Craig Percy ( another crowd favourite ) and the TR8 of Graham Woskett plus the Sierra of Paul Connell and the Citroen of Gary Cole.
Class E has 2 entrants ,Rob Knox ( with John Woods ) in his Maguire Stiletto that is in the workshop this week after breaking a stub axle in qualifying at Lydden last weekend. Anthony Hayes returns too in his Mini.
There are 5 series debutants entered to add new shapes and sounds to the grid. Martin Reynolds' Alan Mann-inspired livery Escort Mark 1 and Steve Frey in a spaceframe Ford Mondeo ( class B ) , Richard Morris in a Maguire Mini Clubman ( class C ) and 2 Modsport cars too. Ian Wilson gives the TVR marque an overdue series debut in his smart wedge-shaped Tasmin FHC ( Class C ) and from Australia Roy Davies in a Triumph GT6 ( class C ).
More late entries are expeted before the weekend arrives.