“You always feel you’ve got a little bit more in you. My second run was quicker than my first and I was very pleased to come out on top.”
Greg recorded a time of 49.18 in his Riley 12/4 Special in the Special Sports Cars and All Supercharged Sports Cars up to 1500cc class, two seconds ahead of nearest rival, Richard Iliffe, also in a Riley 12/4 Special.
“I’ve had many a race against Richard over the last few years and he’s always exceptionally competitive.”
Greg’s only regret is that he didn’t get closer to David Pryke’s Class 3 record of 48.32 from last year.
“I wasn’t quite brave enough at the roundabout. You only get two practices and two timed runs, and you always feel you could have corrected your mistakes with one more run and regret that you didn’t do something a bit different.”