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12 entries set for the final Guernsey event of 2016

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The fifth and final event of the 2016 Stanley Gibbons Investment Series will take place this weekend with 12 entries.

V24

Martyn Roberts and Tim Abbot will be the sole entrant V24, It Wasn’t Us has placed second in the 2016 British V24 championship and can’t be beaten in the Guernsey V24 Series.

Club Class 2

Jai Rive and Kirsty Savident will be competing in Grey Sea (above) having already won the Guernsey Club Class 2 Championship in their first year of racing.

Club Class 3

Gareth and Matt Keast lead the Club Class 3 Championship in their Phantom, The Governor and will be sparring against 2016 UIM Silver Medalists Paul Etasse and Chris Stonebridge in Slayer.

Having gone through more saddles this year than John Wayne in a Hollywood western, the team are using this weekend as a springboard for their attempt on the Class 3A World Speed Record at Lake Coniston later this month.

Sue Cosgrave and Quentin Petit are teaming up for the first time in Dirty Deeds and Sue is taking to the wheel in place of regular driver Mark Terry.

Chris Bates and Jon Le Page in Bad Influence will not let an up close and personal encounter with a turn buoy stop them as we found out in the last event!

Finally in this class are regular entrants from Jersey, Scott ‘Chaka’ Walker and George Carter in 3-666 Bellona.
The team have been plagued with mechanical issues all year but are confident this weekend to make the start and finish line on both days.

Z Class

3 teams will be battling it out in Z Class.

Z-27 Dewpacabra – Patrick and Philip Dewe are leading the Championship with Bill Gladstone and Z-121 – Me Too!

Katie Sauvarin and Ben Backhouse in Z-38 Money Monster have had a great year in their new rig taking mechanical problems in their stride, learning and improving every race.

Club Class 1

John Richardson with Sophie Le Prevost in 1-48 Easy Emily will race against Sean Homer with Dave Le Maitre in 1-7 Wonky Donkey.

Richardson is hoping he has more luck with his engine at this event after melting a piston and having to change the powerhead last time around.

Homer and Le Maitre have also put an entry in hoping to gain valuable points towards the Class Championship.

The racing this weekend is Saturday and Sunday with the teams taking to the Havelet/Lowerheads course involving multi laps for the different classes.

The start times are 10.15 Saturday and 11.15 Sunday with the best viewing points on Havelet wall, The Cows Horn or the Castle Breakwater.

Photos: Martin Gray / guernseysportphotography.com

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