SATURDAY NIGHT –
Heat 1 Early race leader Sam Wainwright and Brad Moss had a coming together spinning the #227 car of Wainwright. The race continued and was won by “the Flying Scott” 98 Peter Scott. Carrying on his Angmering form from round 1.
Heat 2 was again won by #98 Peter Scott but this time he did not have it all his own way as a mid race challenge came from both 356 Anthony Filby and 15 Brad Moss.
Feature final time and the best race of the day with Scott, Filby, Wainwright and Brad Moss 15, the drivers were swapping positions and battled for the whole race with #98 Peter Scott taking the win. Claiming a maximum points score for the first time this year.
The drivers tonight put on a great show, racing side by side, lap after lap for a lot of the races
Sunday 6th June 2021
Heat 1 The action in heat 1 continued where the final finished the night before, But this time 98 Peter Scott was not going to have it all his own way. 356 Filby looked to be heading to a race win at his home raceway until 2 laps to go. #98 Peter Scott moved into the lead. Scott slowed on the last lap allowing both 85 Colin Moss and race winner #227 Sam Wainwright through.
Heat 2 #15 Brad Moss dominated this race to the flag, As Filby put up a huge challenge in the early stages. But by the end it was Moss who claimed the win.
Feature final time #227 Sam Wainwright claimed his 2nd win of the weekend after overcoming Scott in the later stages of the race. Anthony Filby returned to 3rd. Another fantastic race with the bumpers flying in and side by side racing throughout the race.
Sunday 30th May 2020, originally planned to be at Warton raceway. But after discussions during the week a mutual decision was made to delay the debut of the tour in the northwest to give the series the best opportunity to provide the fans at warton with the best show possible. Colin at Brampton stepped in at the 11th hour and offered us the date as we were scheduled to visit him the next day so a dirt weekender was on.
Sunday – Heat 1 was won by “the Beast from the East” Anthony Filby 356. Carrying on his Brampton form from 2019.
Heat 2 was action packed, Colin Moss 85 stormed to the front in his newly acquired machine only to fall foul of the unforgiving tyre wall fence and rolled causing extensive damage to his new car. Sam Wainwright 227 took up the lead and crossed the line first, claiming another victory.
Feature final time and the best race of the day with Filby, Wainwright and Brad Moss 15, the three drivers were swapping positions and battled for the whole race with Brad Moss 15 taking the win.
We are fortunate that at Brampton we do get the 4th race at the meetings, and the
Chase for the Gold qualifier race. This race carried on where the Final finished and this time it was Anthony Filby 356 who was the class of the field.
After working on the track all night Colin at Brampton gave us another spectacular racing surface to race on. Colin and his team and the track really are the best kept secret in British oval racing. The laid back FUN approach to racing is refreshing and makes every visit a joy.
Monday 31st May 2021
Heat 1 turned out to be a tricky one for all the drivers as a dowsing of water after the outlaw f2’s made the early going tricky. Brad Moss 15, was the quickest to find the best line and drove to victory.
Heat 2 Was very similar to the first but this time Brad Moss didn’t have an easy run to the flag, As both Wainwright and Filby put up a huge challenge. But by the end it was Moss who claimed his 2nd win of the day.
Feature final time Anthony Filby claimed his 3rd win of the weekend after overcoming Wainwright in the later stages of the race. Brad Moss returned to 3rd after an early spin followed closely by Colin Moss 85 and Sam Chambers 168.
Chase for the Gold qualifier – Again it was the three amigo show as Wainwright, Filby and B Moss all battling. At around the mid point of the race Filby span on the exit of turn 2, leaving B moss to chase down leader Wainwright. As the last lap board came out Moss made his move on the leader. Both cars headed up the back straight side by side into turn 3 for the last time Wainwright returned the favour to Moss and it was a drag race to the line. Sam Wainwright 227 crossed the line first by half a car taking his 2nd win of the weekend.
The weekends top three
For the first time, in a long time the V8 stock cars tour was back in action. Travelling down to the south coast to the concrete fast banked turns of Angmering.
Heat 1 saw early leader Colin Moss jump out to a good lead only for the flying Scott #98 Peter Scott to take up the running in the later stages. Peter was not to be caught as he was the first to see the chequers in 2021!
Heat 2 looked to be following a similar trend to the first until the #98 car picked up a puncture with 4 laps to go. #227 Sam Wainwright was the man on the spot to gain the most from this as he sped into the lead. #15 Brad Moss was unable to catch the 2019 Chase for the Gold winner and was left in a close 2nd place.
Feature final time and #98 Peter Scott was not to be denied as he cruised to victory. Making it a heat and final double and securing his lead in the drivers’ standings early on. Wainwright was 2nd and Brad Moss finished the day in third followed home by an ever improving #217 Carl Mustchin.
Everyone here at the V8 stock cars tour would like to thak the team at Angmering for their warm welcome and compliment them on the speed of the event. With over 35 races on the card for the day, but the meeting was ran very quickly and efficiently.