ANWCCAssociation of North Western Car Clubs (UK)
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We still took second in the ANWCC Forest Championship and second in our class for the Welsh Championship.
The Landsail Tyres backed driver looks to strengthen his ANWCC championship lead and also build on his third position in class for the Welsh Championship, having missed the previous round last month.
With a set of grips ensuring the car would still come to a halt when needed, Ellis and Nieroda managed a respectable 69th overall, ensuring Ellis maintains his class lead in the Welsh National Championship and provisionally takes the overall lead in the ANWCC series.
Leader Several road and single venue rallies followed with him co-driving for successful clubman drivers taking numerous ANWCC class winner trophies until in 1998, Gareth competed alongside David Muir from Somerset on one of his first forestry stage rallies, the Cambrian Rally, and was quickly hooked on gravel-surfaced rallying, the partnership going on to do more events and recording top-place finishes.
or ring 574388 Rory could take the Welsh Junior Driver award, and they also have the possibility of taking the ANWCC Forest Rally Championship.
Pitting drivers and their cars against pre-determined staked courses on steep grassy slopes, the trial is one of the oldest forms of motor sport and this event is a qualifying round of the MSA British Trials Championship, the BTRDA Trials Championship and the ANWCC Trials Championship.
Coulson now has his eyes set on a solid finish at the Breidden Rally in Welshpool in two weeks' time to consolidate his 12th place overall in the ANWCC Championship.
The overall winner was reigning Association of North Western Car Clubs Champion, Rupert North of Ilkely Car Club in his Rover Mini, the popular front wheeled drive car proving nimble in the greasy conditions and springing Lomax into the lead in the 2014 ANWCC Championship.
NORTH Wales Car Club and Bala & District Motor Club have joined forces to offer the ANWCC Trawsfynydd Ranges Challenge.
The event was the first round of the ANWCC Championship with 25 crews competing.
Phillips and Hughes, members of Bala and District Motor Club, took the Driver and Co-driver ANWCC Trawsfynydd Rally Challenge titles in 2011.
Arwel Lloyd Jones of Llanrwst, co-driven by Arwyn Harold Jones of Bala in their Ford Escort MK2, finished sixth in class H3, 72nd overall and consolidated their lead at the top of the Rear Wheel Drive ANWCC Forest Rally Championship.