Winstanley and Armiger share the spoils in Donington
Danny Winstanley continued on from his Oulton win to take the first race in changeable conditions. However, mechanical gremlins meant he retired from race two and Luke Armiger took the overall spoils in this race. The event saw a capacity 40 car grid for the first race during which there were mny spins in the treacherous conditions - though only one damaged car! Rob Burkinshaw consolidated his overall championship lead with Paul Dobson moving into third position behind Dave Harvey.
Debutant Winstanley takes easy win at Oulton
First time out in the Championship, Danny Winstanley, takes an easy win at the latest round. Danny led home Dave Harvey and Paul Dobson. Robert Burkinshaw won his class again to retain his overall championship lead from Harvey and Danny Bird. Other class winners were Jon Woolfitt, Garry Wardle and David Green. Dave Harvey took the prestigeous Dave Simpson Memorial Trophy for the second time in three years.
30 Car Grid for Dave Simpson Trophy CNC Heads Round
All three winners so far this year, Jon Woolfitt, Andrew Southcott & Danny Bird, will be in action at Oulton Park on Saturday, as the CNC Heads Sports Saloons reach the halfway point in their season.
Danny Bird takes Triple at Anglesey
Danny Bird came away from Anglesey at the end of May with three wins and fastest laps. This moves him up to second overall in the Championship with Robert Birkinshaw who took two class wins just holding onto the overall lead. The other class leaders are Stephen Keegan in Class A, Andy Southcott in Class B, Robert Burkinshaw, Garry Wardle in Class D and David Bird in Class F.
CNC Heads head to Anglesey for Bank Holiday Triple
This coming weekend (Bank Holiday Saturday & Sunday) sees the first visit of the year to the picturesque Anglesey Circuit. An almost capacity grid of 30 cars will be running over three races. Come along and watch the action, as well as the CNC Heads there are Legends and a four hour Citroen C1 race.
Southcott wins Double at Cadwell
Andrew Southcott took both wins at Cadwell in his MG Modsports after two terrifically close races. Class wins were taken by David Harvey, Robert Burkinshaw, David Bird and Guy Carter. Overall Burkinshaw leads the championship from Harvey and Southcott
CNC Heads at Cadwell Easter Sunday
This Sunday sees the first double header meeting of the year for the CNC Heads Sports/Saloons. We travel 'away' to Cadwell Park, a regular jaunt for the Championship. All the leading contenders are entered including Jamie Cryer and the Woolfitt's.
Woolfitt takes the Spoils in first CNC Heads Round
Jon Woolfitt took the honours in a shortened opening round of the CNC Heads Championship at Oulton Park. The race was disjointed following a large startline incident involving at least 7 cars and unfortunately finished under the Safety Car. The class winners were Jon Woolfitt in Class A, Paul Dobso in Class B, David Harvey in Class C with the Modified classes being won by Nigel Mustill, Robert Burkinshaw and David Bird.
Capacity grid for opening CNC Heads Championship race this Saturday
The 36th year of the CNC Heads Sports/Saloon Championship commences this Saturday at Oulton Park. A capacity grid of over 35 cars will be lining up on the International circuit. With the Sakers not defending their overall positions from 2018 it leaves the field open for a new Champion this year. Jamie Cryer, Dave Harvey and perhaps Luke Armiger will be to the fore to take the title in October.
Paul Rose, Paul Woolfitt & Team Cryer take top awards at the Real Night Out
Another Successful CNC Heads season was celebrated at the Real Night Out last Saturday. All the class and overall awards were presented by Sponsor Ric Wood who continues his sponsorship for a twelfth season in 2019. Special awards on the night included Driver of the Year to Paul Woolfitt and the Spirit of the Championship to Team Cryer.
Registrations open for 2019 CNC Heads Championship
Registrations are now open for the 2019 CNC Heads Sports/Saloon Championship - the 36th running of this most popular, friendly and successful club racing championship. Documentation is available on this site on the CNC Heads page or follow the link below. See you on the grid on the 23rd March!
2019 Dates for CNC Heads Championship announced
The dates for the 2019 CNC Heads Championship are announced. We are pleased that CNC Heads (owned by Ric Wood) will be sponsoring us for another year in 2019. The dates are very similar to those in 2018 with three meetings at Oulton Park, two at Trac Mon on Anglesey with our 'away' rounds at Cadwell Park and Donington Park. Regulations will be out before Christmas and registrations will be taken in the New Year.
Paul Rose takes second title with two wins at Final Oulton
Paul Rose was crowned CNC Heads Champion for the second time after two wins at the final round. Going into the last event he held a slight advantage over Jamie Cryer but a comfortable victory from the back of the grid ensured he took the title. On the way he 'smashed' the lap record for the class by 8 thousand's! Jamie Cryer took Class E overall with the other classes falling to Luke Armiger (Class B), Dave Harvey (Class C), Garry Wardle (Class D) and Clive Dix (Class F).
Bird and Rose share the spoils at Donington
Danny Bird and Paul Rose each took an overall win away from Donington Park at the penultimate race meeting of the year. Rose still leads the championship overall going into the double header at Oulton Park on the 20th October but Jamie Cryer who took maximum points from Donington is now within striking distance of stealing the championship from Rose. Danny Bird was over the moon with his overall win as was newcomer Dominic Jackson in his Class A Saker.
Second Anglesey Triple for Paul Rose
For the second time this year Paul Rose in his Saker took a triple in Anglesey. Even starting from the pit lane in the third race did nothing to dent his mastery of the picturesque circuit. David Harvey (Locosaki) and Garry Wardle (Porsche 996) also had triple class wins. Rose now leads the championship comfortably though he can be caught if he has some bad luck. Jamie Cryer, Oliver Thomas, Dave Harvey and Clive Dix are poised to take advantage of any slip ups.
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