The event, which took place from 31 July to 2 August, proved to be yet another weekend of first-class motorsport. Competing in ERA R4A, which made its Chateau Impney debut in the hands of Nick Topliss, James broke the fabled 40-second barrier with a time of 39.68 seconds, and his highly successful run in R4A brought an end to Anthony Mayman’s 26-year class record.
Several other Chateau Impney competitors achieved fantastic results throughout the weekend too – Sue Darbyshire topped the Vintage classes in the Morgan Super Aero, Charlie Martin set a new class record in the Morgan RIP Special, and Mark Walker won the Clutton Memorial Trophy in the Darracq 200HP.
Congratulations to all the victors at Prescott – you can view full results from the weekend by clicking on the button below. The VSCC’s next event will be the Bob Gerard Memorial Race Meeting at Mallory Park on 22 August – find out more on the VSCC website.