Tim Hood took the chequered flag in both races today at Pembrey in his Sagaris V8. In the first race he lead home fellow Sagaris pilot Steve Glynn in his first race in the new car by over half a lap with class A Tasmin driver Steve Hall in 3rd. In the second, shortened race after a restart, the runner's up position on the podium was taken by Dean Cook ahead of Hugh Marshall, both driving Tuscans.
With many regulars missing this round, Class B honours in both races were taken by new boy to the championship TVRCC Track Day co-ordinator Andy Race in the Monster Griffith whilst Class C was won by current series leader Sam Head in a Tasmin.
The TVRCC would like to offer our sincere congratulations to Andy Holding and Darren Dowling whose Tuscan finished third overall podium place and first in GT3 class at yesterday's Silverstone GT 90s revival.
After a superb start in the first race on Saturday and a huge dice with 2 Porsche GT2 cars over third place, Andy's engine failed which resulted in an overnight engine change for Team Holden. Nevertheless, they certainly held TVR honours high against Ferraris, Porsches Stealths, Venturis , Marcos and Lotus.
The second TVR, of Steve Glynn and Tim Hood driving Steve's Tuscan also had a great weekend after a torrid time with reliability during practice whch meant that they had no free practice at all. Despite this, they finished 5th overall in both races taking GT3 class honours on Saturday and finishing 3rd in class on Sunday. Congratulations to all concerned. Remember that you can see most of these drivers in the TVRCC Challenge Cup, the next round of which is this coming weekend at Pembrey.
The TVR Car Club