With the first 9 rounds of the 2019 season completed, it's last years Crackington winner Matt Facey that currently tops the Wheelspin Championship, with 37 points from 5 rounds in his class 3 BMW. This comes from 3 2nd place finishes, on the Clee Hills, Exmoor and Cotswold Clouds, and a 3rd place on the Northern. Class 4 Beetle driver Sam Holmes is just 2 points behind on 35 and has only scored on 4 rounds, after winning the Clee Hills in January and finishing 2nd on the Yorkshire Dales last month. He's tied on points with Yorkshire Dales winner Ray Ferguson, who only sits in 3rd due to scoring on 6 events. The Class 8 drivers Paul Merson and Dean Partington close out the top 5 with 28 points each, with Aaron Haizelden not far behind on 24 with 8 rounds remaining.
Kathy Martin heads up the Pouncy League on 68 points, having scored in 8 out of 9 events this year. Chris Barham sits in 2nd on 33 points, but is still well in contention having scored on only 4 events, with the best 9 to count come the end of the season. Bernie Pugh is 3rd, having scored 8 points for the organising of a successful Durham Dales.
Stuart Bartlett finds himself leading the Crackington at the Summer break, with a 1st or 2nd in class in 4 of the 5 events he has completed. He's 8 points clear of Keith Dobinson in 2nd, who took class wins on the Durham & Yorkshire Dales in his Suzuki X90. Aaron Haizelden is in 3rd, 1.4 points ahead of James Smith, currently an impressive 4th on his debut year in the drivers seat. James Shallcross rounds out the top 5, and is just 1 point ahead of Stewart Green, with John Charles and John Bell also within 2 points of James.
The Navigators League has a familiar look to it, with Hannah Ferguson and Nick Sherrin, passengers of Ray Ferguson and Paul Merson respectively, occupying the top 2 positions so far. Kieran Bartlett is in 3rd, just 2 points behind Nick.
The latest championship tables (up to the summer break) can be viewed here :
2019 Championship Tables (up to Yorkshire Dales)