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Clerk of the Course: David Coggins
Route: 100 Miles
Map: 105 & 106
Winners: Jamie Gratton-Smith/Richard Hage (Peugeot 205 GTi)
Jamie Gratton-Smith/Richard Hage capped their first full year of road rallying by taking their Peugeot 205 to victory on Selby & District MC’s Three Swans Rally. The win came despite the pair having to keep their car topped up with oil and water throughout the night. They’d held fourth place at the petrol halt but surged through to take overall honours with a winning margin of fourteen seconds at the Finish.
The rally used a 100 mile route in North Yorkshire, starting at Selby MC’s clubhouse at Breighton Airfield and finishing at De Lacy MC’s clubhouse at Brotheron. It had originally been scheduled to run in June, but had to be postponed due to significant PR issues.
The rally was the final round of both the Northern and North East Midlands Championships. The ANCC drivers’ series was won by Gavin Smith. Partnered by Michael Ogram, he finished in second place on the Three Swans. His only rival, Terry Martin, finished well down the order after losing six minutes with a wrong slot.
John Haden finished in sixteenth place, but two outright victories earlier in the year, meant that this was enough to clinch the ANEMMC series. Iain Tullie had secured the ANCC navigators crown prior to the Three Swans and marshalling on the event provided sufficient points for him to add the North East Midlands title as well.
Bob Marshal/Roger Hage had been the leaders of the rally at the petrol halt but they dropped back to fourth as their Corsa ran out of brakes in the second half.
The leading novice crew were David Howell/Steve Taylor who finished in eleventh place in their Manta.
|1||Jamie Gratton-Smith||Richard Hage||Peugeot 205 GTi||5m 16s|
|2||Gavin Smith||Mike Ogram||Peugeot 205 GTi||5m 30s|
|3||John Dimbleby||David Dimbleby||Ford Fiesta XR2||6m 20s|
|4||Bob Marshall||Roger Hage||Vauxhall Corsa||6m 43s|
|5||Andy Beaumont||Matt Blood||Proton Satria||7m 13s|
|6||Malcolm Holdsworth||Richard Holdsworth||Toyota Corolla||7m 15s|
|7||Andy Bird||Plug Pulleyn||Vauxhall Astra||7m 22s|
|8||Dave Chapman||David Taylor||Peugeot 205 GTi||7m 53s|
|9||Danny Robinson||Ian Gibbins||Peugeot 205 GTi||9m 04s|
|10||Andy Whittaker||Charlie Tynan||Peugeot 205 GTi||12m 11s|
|11||David Howell||Steve Taylor||Opel Manta||12m 12s|
|12||Sandie Taylor||Paul Taylor||Peugeot 205 GTi||12m 15s|
|13||Terry Martin||Simon Bentley||Peugeot 205 GTi||13m 57s|
|14||Barnard Watkins||Adam Roper||Vauxhall Cavalier||14m 34s|
|15||David Williams||Richard Booth||Renault Clio||16m 18s|
|16||John Haden||Steve Coupland||Subaru Impreza Estate||16m 29s|
|17||Chris Faulkner||Chris Thorley||Ford Sierra||17m 47s|
|18||Christian Rigg||Lee Hudson||Vauxhall Nova||18m 43s|
|19||Russ Jones||David Wilson||Mini 1098||21m 25s|
|20||Paul Metcalf||Stuart Wright||Vauxhall Nova||21m 36s|
|21||Len Smith||Michael West||Mini Clubman||28m 21s|
|22||Stan Appleton||Heather Appleton||Austin A40||29m 14s|
|23||Dave Broadley||Michael McKenna||Lada Riva||40m 42s|
|24||Mike Quinn||Fred Roberts||Subaru Legacy||64m 11s|