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Sunday 30th July - Roger Gale Report

Local drivers Anthony Allitt from Neath, Mark Nicholson from Port Talbot  and Mike Woods from Llanelli are lined up in a good sized entry at Pembrey for the latest rounds of the Welsh Sports & Saloon car Championship. At the Pembrey last time 18 year old Cardiff driver Nick Jones driving a Proton became the youngest driver ever to compete in the Welsh Championship. Pole position winner Dave Krayem and Peter Williams from Brecon, both driving Radical sportscars, staged a race long duel for the lead. There was a lot of side-by-side racing with places swapped and traded at will in an intense battles for the lead! Krayem eventually ran out the winner but with Championship leader Andrew Williams pulling off on the last lap with fuel pump failure, the chasing pack of Peter Williams, Allitt and Nicholson have all closed the points gap, with Williams lead cut to 15 points and any further slips from the defending champion could set up another thrilling champion finale. The next rounds of the championship are at Pembrey on Sunday August 20th with the final rounds also at Pembrey on 15th October.


Points after 12 of 17 rounds


Position Driver Town Car Points

1st Andrew Williams, Risca, Ford Sierra, 108 pts

2nd Peter Williams, Radical Prosport, Bronllys 93 pts

3rd Adrian Chapman, Raw Striker Andover   86 pts

4th Mike Woods, Honda Civic Llanelli           79 pts

5th Anthony Allitt, Renault Clio, Neath,        74 pts

6th Mike Nicholson, Rover 216 Gti Margam  44 pts