So to finish 2015 with some end of season awards………………
Hampshires Pete Welland recieves the National points trophy from Chairman Graham Bunter.
Pete is a real ambassador and has travelled the length and bredth of the country from Cowdenbeath in the North to St. Day in the South West, and has attended every meeting, a real credit to him.
Clubman of the year 2105.
Darren Burkitt from Peterborough joined the heritage ranks this year. Darren’s enthusiasm is all credit to him as his first real meeting was in Ireland, Cowdenbeath and the West Country are the many tracks in which Darren has travelled too.
Personality of the year.
Knaresborough’s Ross Taylor receives the James Pratt donated trophy, from Graham Bunter. Ross who drives the ex- Dan Jefferies full bodied Pop, really enjoys his racin’ and has also travelled to Scotland and the West Country.
Proper Job Ross. Ideal.
Star performance of 2015
John Brown (right) from Stockport receives the Star Performance award 2105, for the “roll over” of the year. John featured in an epic barrel roll during Northampton’s October meet. John fortunately walked away with no injuries, just smiling……..
North Vs South.
Alan Humphreys seen here with Graham Bunter receives the annual team championship cup won at Brafield in October.
Alan now based in Truro, Cornwall has started with the heritage only this year and is definitely committed and thoroughly enjoys the formula.
Team Whitney Engineering award
John Brown receives the annual Team Whitney Engineering award for 2015.
John an avid stock car fan has helped and supported many a driver with 100e engines since the conception of the Brisca heritage formula. Still today John continues to tinker with the ‘ol side valve and can be seen around many a track.
Within the Keith Barber artwork, is detailed some of the drivers John has helped. Johns favourite Brisca F1 driver, Clitheroes ” Sir John Lund” 53 is also capture within the artwork.
John Brown a real unsung hero of our formula, who’s help and support is always very much appreciated.