Teifi Valley Motor Club Limited - TVMC

Summer Events

Sunday 04 Oct 2015 [22:14]

Summer gymkhana

Beulah was the location for the summer gymkhana arranged by Teifi Valley Motor Club. The weather stayed dry for the 16 cars to compete on 6 challenging stages. The stages tested the durability of the cars, and the accuracy of the navigator to give the correct directions.

Fun and smiles were had by all competitors during the day, and the members wish to thank the organisers for a fantastic day out.

Winning the senior class of the day was Chris Hand, with Aled Johnson in second and Meredith Roberts in third.

Third in the junior section was Eilir Williams, Daniel Owen in second, but winning the junior class, and finishing first overall was Dan Morris. Congratulations to Dan who drove consistent and fast all day setting blistering times.
 

Brawdy Stages

Many members from TVMC took part in the Brawdy Stages ran by Pembrokeshire Motor Club. The day started on a slick track, but the open location and the drying weather meant that conditions changed quickly where crews were getting faster all day.

Richard James and Aled Johnson finished 28th overall and 12th in class. Martyn O Connor and Dilwyn John were 20th overall and 10th in class. Aled Davies and Wyn Jones finished 14th overall and 8th in the same class.

Finishing 6th overall and 3rd in his class was Ellis Belton in a Ford Fiesta S2000.

Well done to the young pairing of Cory Williams and Dafydd Sion Lloyd who won their class and finished 19th overall.

The TVMC crew of Neil Williams driving a Ford Escort, along with his navigator Peter James finished 7th overall and third in their class.
 

Neil Williams and Peter James finished 7th on the Brawdy stages

Llysyfran hill climb

Wyn Lewis set the fastest times of the TVMC crews who competed in the Llysyfran hill climb. He finished second in class ahead of Emyr Davies in third who suffered from a miss-firing engine during the day.

Peter Lewis was second in his class in a Ford Escort RWD.

Midsummer Caerwent Rally

Caerwent was the location for the 6thround of the Welsh National Tarmac Championship.

James Evans retired in his Ford Focus after hitting a curb on the first stage.Hugo Carey also collided with a wall on the first stage in his Escort.

 The highest placed crew from TVMC on the day was the consistent crew of Wyn Owens and Jenny Evans in their MK2 Ford Escort.They finished 12thoverall and first in their class. Congratulations to the pair on another fantastic result.

 

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