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Age Over 21
Occupation Fleet registered driver trainer
Type of Motorsport Single Seater / Saloon
Cars circuit racing / hillclimbs and sprints
First year of Competition Karting 1972 Motor
Racing ( Formula Ford) 1974
Why did you start? My father refused to buy
me a horse so I decided to take him up on his offer
of buying me a kart like my brother
Presidents Trophy Mid- Cheshire Motor
Racing Club (fastest average speed finished by a
racing member at Oulton Park)
Best Race First win racing Mini 1000.1981
Graham Hill Memorial Trophy at Cadwell Park
Mini 1000. Just finishing at Cadwell was a major
achievement, yet alone winning and getting the
fastest lap. It was also a double achievement for
the family as the day before my brother had his
first win at Aintree in his F2.
Worst Race Leading the race at Silverstone
in my brothers BMW M1 which blew up before
completing the first lap.
Favourite Circuit/Venue Silverstone (I
dont have to take motion sickness tablets)
Types of cars competed/owned Formula Ford
Lotus MX 61/ Holbay Crossle 30F Ex Yardley Mclaren
F1 (ex Denny Hulme Car) M19 with a F5000 engine.
Chevron B42 (my brothers car) Opel Commodore
Chevron B30 (Ex David Purley Car. ( my brothers car
which he let me use)
Mini 1000 Royal RP 30
Formula 3 March 803B which I bought off
Eddie Jordan. (Yes the famous F1 guy)
BMW M1 (My brother Stuarts
car). Lola RP47/42
Jaguar MK 2
Belonging to George Page Carcoon.
Currently own a Austin
Healey 3000 which has won the Austin Healey Club
International Concours Competitions. (Somewhat of a
dramatic change from circuit racing)
Best car driven/owned March 803 B which I
bought from Eddie Jordan.
I wish I still had the
Mclaren M19, all I have is a picture of the car
when I raced at Oulton Park and a model. I wish I
had the car now.
2003 Championships None as yet
Current Car My brother Stuart has bought a
MK 2 Jaguar which we have started to get into shape
to race in the next decade !!!!!!!!
Current Sponsors My Brother
Other Plans for 2003 To take part in charity
events in my Austin Healey 3000.
Other Info I was nicknamed the "Flying
Lancashire Lass" by Stuart Hall after I had
appeared on a TV programme before the World Cup
Kart meeting at Heysham Head.
1973 Most Improved
Driver of the Year _ Morecambe and Heysham Kart
Club. First end of season award I had ever
1974 Reserve for
the British 100cc team. By the time I knew I had
been selected, I had sold my kart and had bought a
1975 BWRDC Helen Spence
Trophy and Jean Denton Newcomers Award.
1976 - 2nd BWRDC Embassy
Trophy, 3rd BWRDC Sperex Trophy. 3rd BWRDC Goodwin
Jim Shankland Shield and
Autumn Trophy (Award for Grit and Determination)
Aintree Circuit club.
1979 End of Season Award
BRSCC Northern Centre Special Saloon Car
1981 Winner of the
Graham Hill Memorial Trophy (Mini Miglia Race)
(also fastest lap)
1st Brands Hatch Shell
Super Sunbeam Ladies Invitation Race.
1981 BWRDC 2nd
10th overall National Mini
1983 Castle Combe
My brother finished 1st and I finished 6th
competing in the same race. He established a new
1st City of Birmingham Trophy.
1988 Peter Collins Trophy
presented for Most Meritorious Achievement in
Motorsport. This was the "Daily Express Trophy"
initially presented to Peter Collins for taking
outright victory in the 1958 International Trophy
Race (now the British Grand Prix) It was an honour
to have a piece of Motoring History in my trophy
cabinet for 12 months.
1st in Class (6th Overall)
Oulton Park 1999 I hadnt raced for
over 10 years, so I proved that I could still hack
it with the competition. Lots of people told me not
to return as I might be very disappointed in my
performance after not racing for such a long
1999 1st in Class Isle of
Man Jurby Sprint / Promenade Sprint
Performance of a Lady competing in the Willaston
Pursuit. I finished 1st in Class (5th Overall) over
3.4 seconds from nearest male rival in my
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