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Latest Championship Scores

After round 4 at Anglesey:-

Individual Times
Division 1 Scores
Division 2 Scores
Classic Car scores (None yet)
Champion of Aintree & Barbon scores (None yet)

If you qualify for the Classic Championship please also check your results are included.

When entering events, please tell event organisers that you are registered in the Liverpool Motor Club Speed Championship as it makes it easier for us to find your results.
If the event is also an ANWCC or SD34 round,  don’t forget to declare that you are a member of  LMC (as well as any other club you are a member of) because we will then receive points in the local Club Championships.

 Nigel Fox, Championship Coordinator:  lmcspeedchampionship@gmail.com

May 13, 2024   1 Comment

The 2023 LMC Speed Championship Results are now Final

Here are the final results of the 2023 LMC Speed Championship:-

2023 Speed Championship Results
2023 Speed Championship Time Card

Congratulations go to our award winners:-

Division 1:

1st  Overall – Ian Butcher (Class 1B)
2nd Overall – Matt Bramall (Class 2A)
3rd Overall – Nigel Fox (Class 2B)

1st in Class 1B – Russell Thorpe
1st in Class 2A – Chris Bramall
1st in Class 3H – Chris Boyd

Division 2:

1st  Overall – Nigel Trundle (Class 1D)
2nd Overall – Phil Perks (Class 5B)
3rd Overall – David Everett (Class 1E)

1st in Class 1B – Michael Wiggins
1st in Class 1D – Lee Earley
1st in Class 1E – David Gallimore
1st in Class 3B – Warren Reece

Classic Cars:

1st in Classic Road Cars – Alan Wilson

(The overall winners in each division do not also receive an award for their class, the class award goes to the second-placed driver.
There need to be two drivers registered for a class for there to be a first-in-class award)

Once again, each division has been won by a very slim margin with a healthy level of competition amongst the 30 drivers that registered this year.

There are some great performances elsewhere in the classes too; you can find individual results for each contender by selecting the Results link above.

We hope you all had a great year’s motorsport and will join us at our End of Season Dinner and Awards Presentation on 25th November.

See HERE for more information and to book. (Applications close 18th November).

November 1, 2023   No Comments

2023 Championship Provisional Results

Here are the latest Championship Timesheets and Season’s Results which will remain provisional until 27th October, at which point they will become final.

2023 Speed Championship Latest Scores after Round 24
2023 Speed Championship Time Card after Round 24

Sheffield & Hallamshire MC cancelled its 8th October Scammonden Hillclimb, so the LMC Speed Championship finished with the Anglesey Sprint on 1st October.

Please check your event results have been added correctly, event by event during the season. If you find anything missing or incorrect, be sure to get in touch with the Championship Coordinator as soon as possible and he will investigate. lmcspeedchampionship@gmail.com

When entering events, please tell the organisers that you are registered in the Liverpool Motor Club Speed Championship as it makes it so much easier for us to find your results.

If you enter an ANWCC or SD34 Championship round, don’t forget to declare that you are a member of LMC as well as any other club you are a member of.  LMC will then benefit from our members’ performance in the ANWCC &/or SD34 Club Championships.

lmcspeedchampionship@gmail.com

October 20, 2023   No Comments

LMC Speed Championship Results are Final!

The 2022 LMC Speed Championship Results are now final and can be viewed here:-

2022 Speed Championship Results
2022 Speed Championship Time Card

Congratulations go to our award winners:-

Division 1:
1st   – Ian Butcher (Class 1B)
2nd – Matt Bramall (Class 2A)
3rd – Geoff Ward (Class 5B)
1st in Class 2A – Chris Bramall

Division 2:
1st   – Rob Tonge (Class 5C)
2nd – Ian Johnson (Class 3B)
3rd – Graham Kearsley (Class 3C)
1st in Class SA – Clive Plested
1st in Class SC – Robbie Birrell
1st in Class 1B – Nigel Trundle
1st in Class 1E – David Everett
1st in Classic Road Cars – Steve Cole

Each division has been won by the slimmest of margins, one of the closest results we have seen for some time with fewer than 6pts covering the first three places in each Division.

There are some great performances elsewhere in the classes too; you can find the contenders’ individual results by selecting the Results link above.

We hope you all had a great year’s motorsport and will join us at our End of Season Dinner and Awards Presentation on 26th November.

See HERE for more information and to book. (Applications close 18th November).

November 1, 2022   No Comments

LMC Speed Championship Positions

The Championship Provisional Results after Round 24 at Anglesey have been declared final and are here:-

2022 Speed Championship Final Scores
2022 Speed Championship Time Card

 

Please also check that if you qualify for the Classic Championship your results have been included.

It would help greatly if you declare to event organisers that you are registered in the Liverpool Motor Club Speed Championship as it makes it easier to find you. If the event is also an ANWCC or SD34 round,  don’t forget to declare that you are a member of  LMC as well as any other club you are a member of because the club will then receive points in the ANWCC &/or SD34 Club Championships.

lmcspeedchampionship@gmail.com

October 4, 2022   8 Comments

Championship Awards Evening – 26th November

Liverpool Motor Club is 120 years old this year and we shall be celebrating this milestone at our Annual Dinner and Championship Awards evening – and all members are invited!

Full details will be announced shortly but for now, book the date in your diary – Saturday, 26th November, Woolton Golf Club, Liverpool.

Liverpool Motor Club 1902 – 2022
120 years of motorsport excellence

September 19, 2022   No Comments

Scammonden 10th Sept – Cancelled

Announcement from Pendle Motor Club:

I regret to inform everyone that our Chairman, Rod Brereton, has been taken into and remains in hospital having had what appears to be a major stroke.

It is unlikely that he will be able to carry out any motor club/motorsport duties for quite some time and therefore the committee has decided to postpone/cancel the Scammonden Hill Climb due to take place on the 10th September 2022.

We are sorry to have to do this but hope you understand.

If you had an entry in the event, please forward me your entry details and we will endeavour to return your entry fees as soon as possible. Although this may take some time, I will guarantee its return.

Should you wish to make further contact regarding any Pendle DMC event/issue please do so through me for the moment till we can sort things out.

If you know anyone who was going to marshal or attend the event for another purpose please advise them of the situation.

We thank you all for your support.

Regards

Alan Shaw (Vice Chairman) shawalan555@gmail.com

Please be aware that I will have very limited access to internet between 23rd September and 7th October 2022.

 

September 1, 2022   No Comments

2021 Championship Results are now final

The results of the 2021 Liverpool Motor Club Speed Championship are now declared final.

You can view the score chart and the final results by selecting the following links:

2021 Championship score chart after the final round
2021 Speed Championship Final Results

Congratulations go to our winners:-

Division 1:
1st – Nigel fox
2nd – Matt Bramall
3rd – Geoff Ward

Division 2:
1st – Ian Johnson
2nd – Phil Howarth
3rd – Graham Kearsley

It’s certainly been a closely fought championship this year and we are so pleased to see so many competitors out and about after the cancellation of last year’s championship due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Thank you to everyone who took part.

Awards
After a great deal of deliberation, we have reluctantly decided not to hold an annual dinner and awards presentation this time. Covid-19 hasn’t gone away and the advancing age of many of our competitors, coupled with the increasing rate of infections, has been taken into account and we don’t feel it is appropriate to hold a dinner whilst the risk of infection is still so high. We shall arrange to send trophies to the winners in due course. We hope you appreciate why we have reached this decision.

Next Year
We’re already planning for next year – we hope you’ll be joining us for another exciting year of speed events in 2022.

Championship Coordinator – volunteer found!
We wish to give particular thanks to Sean Robertson who is now stepping down from the role of Championship Coordinator for personal reasons. He took on the role from Ron Hunt just as Covid-19 struck and has done a  wonderful job over the past 2 seasons, one year of which was lost of course.

We are pleased to welcome Ryan Smith who has volunteered to take on the role of Championship Coordinator for 2022. Ryan isn’t a competitor although he has taken part in our track days and is keen to help keep the Championship running. Ryan will be in touch with all previous contenders early in the New Year.

Best wishes, and stay safe

JH 5/12/2021

November 5, 2021   2 Comments

Championship Provisional Results

The provisional results after Round 23 are now available via the following links:

2021 Speed Championship provisional results after final round (updated 19/10/2021 21:36)
2021 Championship score chart after final round

Please let me know as soon as possible if there are any mistakes or if I have inadvertently missed you.

The results remain provisional until 30th October 2021

Please also check that if you qualify for the Classic Championship your results have been included.

It would help greatly if you declare to event organisers that you are registered in the Liverpool Motor Club Speed Championship as it makes it easier for me to find you. If the event is also an ANWCC or SD34 round,  don’t forget to declare that you are a member of  LMC as well as any of your other clubs because LMC will then receive points in the ANWCC &/or SD34 Club Championships.

Sean Robertson – Championship co-ordinator

 

October 17, 2021   5 Comments

Start of Season Lunch and Championship Awards Presentation

A Start of Season Lunch and Championship Awards Presentation : Sunday 15th March 2020

(Event cancelled)

at the  Everglades Park Hotel, Derby Rd, Widnes WA8 3UJ

Commencing at 12.30 pm for 1.00 pm, the event will include an excellent three-course meal, followed by the presentation of the Liverpool Motor Club Speed Championship Awards for 2019.

Attendance will be by ticket only costing just £15 per person, the ticket price being subsidised by the Club.  The dress code will be smart casual (no jeans).

To see the menu and to book tickets, please print and complete the Ticket Application from our website HERE

We hope all our award winners will be able to join us as well as many of our regular competitors. It’s a great opportunity to meet your fellow competitors in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere, without the pressure of competition.

February 1, 2020   No Comments