Adam Greenen led the charge of the Minis at the Isle of Wight College on July 12th. The Greenen family were on form throughout the day, and it was Adam who found the time required to beat the rest of the Class Three field as well as the fastest of the ‘Seven-esque’ Locost machines, piloted by Ricky Sheppard, who was Class Five victor. Chris Greenen recorded the third fastest time of the day, six hundredths of a second behind Sheppard and a further six hundredths of a second clear of Dan Morgan in his Sub Zero Locost.
Dave Goodwin was next in his Mini, followed by Class Four winner Toby Allen, who pulled out a very good performance in his Lotus Elise. Daniel Kozakewycz took Class Two honours in his Mazda MX5, beating the recently dominant Dean Long in the process. Daryl Turner rounded out the Class Three podium.
Kevin Richardson took the wheel of his daily driver, a Toyota Yaris, in order to take Class One honours, while Vicky Cox was the fastest lady of the day ahead of Jill Broomfield, who had a big moment in her Volkswagen Golf on her fourth run. Her car was badly damaged, so Vicky Cox shared her the 205 for the rest of the day. Sue Mitchell rounded out the Ladies top three in her MX5, which she shared with Steve Glass.
Next time out, the Isle of Wight Car Club visits Haslett Farm, located on Sandy Lane, near Shorwell.