2016 Championship tables up to and including the Exmoor Trial (navigators and bikes tables to follow soon) :
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You have been directed to this page which we would be obliged if you would complete and submit. Due to the reduced amount of feedback received through the season we have on this occasion greatly increased the number of requests issued, if we have recently requested your comments we apologise for asking again – please do not feel obliged to submit a response, however any and all comments are greatly appreciated by the organisers.
If willing to comment we would be very grateful so that we can report back to the organisers / ACTC Committee your views of how the event has been & what you did / did not enjoy & what you felt could have been done better, if anything.
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The points we are looking for are as follows:
Start & Finish venues, Scrutineering, Route card, Event timing, Marshalling (understanding of differences between PCT and Classic rules / reaction to problems / recovery), Sections (style/quantity/marking), Paperwork (regs, final instructions, presentation, timeliness, clarity), Results, Overall quality of the organisation
Many thanks for your assistance with this.
Here are the current Car and Bike Championship Tables :
|Year||Wheelspin League||Crackington League|
|1984||John West||Keith Vipond|
|1985||Reg Taylor||Stuart Deacon|
|1986||Richard Penhale||Stuart Deacon|
|1987||Chris Reeson||Terry Mattin|
|1988||Ian Moss||Richard Dawe|
|1989||Dean Vowden||David Alderson|
|1990||Terry Coventry||John Boswell|
|1991||Arthur Vowden||Ian Moss|
|1992||Grahame Marshall||Dennis Greenslade|
|1993||Tim Pearce||Roger Bricknell|
|1994||Mike Workman||Roger Bricknell|
|1995||Mike Chatwin||Tim Whellock|
|1996||David Alderson||Dennis Greenslade|
|1997||Julian Dommett||Dennis Greenslade|
|1998||Adrian Dommett||Giles Greenslade|
|1999||Adrian Dommett||David Haizelden|
|2000||Adrian Dommett||Nigel Allen|
|2001||Not Run Due To Foot & Mouth||Not Run Due To Foot & Mouth|
|2002||Adrian Marfell||Bill Bennett|
|2003||Roger Bricknell||Giles Greenslade|
|2004||Paul Bartleman||Adrian Marfell|
|2005||Ian Davis||David Haizelden|
|2006||Andrew Martin||David Haizelden|
|2007||Adrian Dommett||Bill Bennett|
|2008||Adrian Dommett||David Haizelden|
|2009||Paul Bartleman||David Haizelden|
|2010||Dudley Sterry||Bill Bennett|
|2011||Nick Farmer||Keith Sanders|
|2012||Dean Partington||David Haizelden|
|2013||Dean Partington||James Shallcross|
|2014||Carl Talbot||Ryan Tonkin|
|2015||Nick Farmer||Duncan Stephens|
|2016||Dean Partington||David Haizelden|
|2017||Dean Partington||Ray Ferguson|
|Year||Pouncy League||Red Rose Bowl|
|1998||Buster Griffin||Michael Crocker|
|2002||Ray Gerring||John Hind|
|2003||Ray Gerring||Trevor Griffiths|
|2004||Yoshi Adams||Trevor Griffiths & Alison Nutt|
|2005||Chris Poel||Andrew & Anita Petherick|
|2006||Yoshi Adams||Andrew & Anita Petherick|
|2007||Yoshi Adams||Al Lidgate & John Webb|
|2008||Ian Thompson||Al Lidgate & John Webb|
|2009||Chris Poel||Yoshi Adams & Sarah Williams|
|2010||Tom Beckerleg||Simon Eddy|
|2011||Stephen Kingstone||Geoff Westcott|
|2012||David Craddock||Alexander Lidgate|
|2013||David Craddock||Alexander Lidgate|
|2014||Philip Sanders||Steve Urell|
|2015||Andy Petherick||Steve Urell|
|2016||Geoff Walker||Geoff Westcott|
|2017||Kathy Martin||Geoff Westcott|
The Association promotes the ACTC Classic Trials Championship; first introduced in 1984, the Championship consists of a number of events which registered contenders are invited to enter. Additionally ACTC contenders are occasionally invited to events outside the championships. Six different Championship tables are run – a contender will score points automatically in those tables for which he or she is eligible.
The Wheelspin League: car contenders score points based on their overall position relative to other cars in the trial. Scoring is from 10 points for first down to 1 point for tenth.
The Crackington League: car contenders score points based on their position relative to other cars in their class. Scoring is from 10 points for first down to 1 point for tenth, together with a decimal point amount for the number of starters in a class, thus attempting to level different sized classes.
Navigators League: passengers who register with ACTC score points relative to the score of the driver they are accompanying on the same basis as for the Crackington League.
The Pouncy League: for solo motorcycles and Red Rose Bowl for sidecars and three wheelers: motorcycle riders score points based on their position relative to other riders in their class. Scoring is from 10 points for 1st place down to 1 point for 10th.
The MCC reliability trials are scored on the basis of the award won – 5 points for a Gold or higher award, 3 for a Silver and 1 for a Bronze.
A driver or rider registering with ACTC will automatically receive regulations for all events which form part of the Championships and may receive notification of other events to which ACTC has been invited.
Entries are now open for the 2019 Tamar Trial, to be held on Sunday 20th October.
“Launceston & North Cornwall Motor Club and MG Car Club Devon & Cornwall Centre welcome you to the 73rd Tamar Trial, to be held on Sunday 20th October 2019, catering for motorcycles, combinations and cars.
As always we try and keep the route fresh and varied and this year will see us visit a variety of different, both old and new, true classic sections which we hope will appeal to all classes and competitor. With a morning route covering parts of Bodmin Moor, then through the Tamar Valley and on to sections in West Devon, the trial will still include the favourite hills from previous years.
The start venue will be as last year from Tresmeer Village Hall, PL15 8QT and the finish returns to the re-named and re-furbished Frog & Bucket Pub, PL15 7LP in South Petherwin, just outside of Launceston. Both the start and finish are only a few miles from the A30 dual carriageway.
We are pleased to be able to offer the easy to use online entry system again available at www.lncmc.co.uk/online-entry/, alternatively postal entries are still welcomed.
We are once again running the car side of the trial under a dual-permit, both National B and Clubman. This allows non-championship contenders or those who perhaps only enter a few events over a year the chance to participate in the trial without the need for a competition license.
We hope you will join us on the 20th October and we look forward to offering you a good day’s trialling in a beautiful part of Devon and Cornwall.”
Start Venue : Tresmeer Village Hall, PL15 8QT
Entries are now open for the 2019 Exmoor Clouds Trial, to be held on a new earlier date of Sunday 8th September.
“Welcome to the 48th Exmoor Clouds, and once again we are grateful to Derek Merson for his continued assistance of the event. We are pleased to once again be a round of both the ACTC Trials Championship and also the ASWMC Classic Car Trial Championship.
The start/finish venue is the excellent Rest and be Thankful Inn, Wheddon Cross, which has proved to be a very popular venue. Right in the heart of the Exmoor National Park, one of the smaller of the National Parks.
Last year’s event was well received and we hope we have improved the event once again, and are sure that we can offer you a superb day’s motorsport in some of the best locations you will find. As you may be aware we have moved from our traditional October date and moved forward into early September and hopefully this will prove popular
We would like to thank the Exmoor National Park and Somerset County Council for their help and assistance and we also extend a special thanks to each and every marshal. We look forward to seeing old friends and new for another epic on Exmoor on the 8th September.”
Start Venue : Rest & Be Thankful Inn, Wheddon Cross, Minehead, TA24 7DR