Results from the Hinman Cup – we hope had a a great day.
Thank you to the landowners, course setters and observers.
Our next Trial is our 2 Day Trial at Cockthorn Farm, Scotton. Saturday 29th June 2pm Start. Sunday 30th June 10.30am Start. Camping available Saturday evening. Each day is run as a separate event if you can’t make both days.
What a splendid turnout for the final 12 car of the LINCOLN MC&CC winter series for the P G HOWSON Cup on Wednesday 13 March 2019 with 11 entries, 10 starters and many marshalls to support the commitment of organisers Aggie Foster and Steve Hall (all the way from Scotland). Congratulations to first time winners Harvey Steele and Martin Pitt and a mention to second place John Clarke / Ken Dobbs being the only crew to find all code boards. Full results are attached but a summary is – 1 Harvey Steele / Martin Pitt 1F 5m 2 John Clarke / Ken Dobbs 1F 34m 3 Mick Smith / Herman Ruijsenaars 2F 2m 4 John Dimbleby / Jonathan Stockdale 2F 2m 5 Alison Faulkner / Trevor Faulkner 2F 16m 6 Matt Wood / Alan Jackson 3F 0m 7 Lois Clarke / Gawaine Clark 3F 9m 8 Frank Ash / John Barber 3F 15m 9 Ian Faulkner / Nicky Faulkner 3F 28m 10 Colin Ladley / Bethan Blythe 5F 5m Non starter Barry & Cameron Young Many thanks to Aggie and Steve for organising and to the many marshals who ensured all 13 time controls were manned. With lighter nights upon us thats it until October, so thanks you to everyone who supported the LINCOLN MC&CC 12 car series either by competing, marshalling or organising.
Attached is the acknowledgement letter from St Barnabas Hospice thanking us for the £130 donation from the Chris Smith memorial 12 car held on 9th January.
For our newer members Chris Smith was one of our rallying members, a 12 car organiser and a Clerk of the course for our all night road rally, “The Hartford Motors Barnard Rally” when he deposited a Hartford Sierra course car in a dyke near Salmonby, on a road we often now use on the “Bruce”.
At a relatively young age Chris had to spend his final days in St Barnabas Hospice and his family and friends donated a Trophy to the Club in his memory. The first event in 1992 was organised by his very good friends Phil Hancock and Gary Dixon and with a full entry raised £140 for the charity.
The 2019 event with 9 entries raised £130 in its 27th year and so far we have raised £1,890.00 for St Barnabas in memory of Chris. Some of us somewhat older members were involved with the 1992 event and are still currently out in 2019, so thank you one and all for supporting whether your involvement has been for 1 or for 27 years, either by organising to keep it going, or marshalling to help on the night or competing, all in his memory.