MGCC Peter Best Insurance MG Cup
Richard Buckley was the man to beat in the MGCC Peter Best Insurance MG Cup outing. After a fifth place
start Buckley battled his way to the head of the field to claim honours.
As the race began it was Tom Diment who took the lead, as he led the way around Redgate for the first
time. Chased by Ed Davies, the pair headed into a fiercely entertaining scrap, as they each tried to claim
A brief slip off track for Diment saw his chances diminish, as Davies sneaked ahead. Before long, Diment’s
second place also came under threat when Ben White attached himself to the rear of Diment’s MG ZR 170.
As the pair tussled, another moment for Diment saw him drop from second to fifth place. In his absence,
White was elevated to second place.
As others battled, Buckley kept his head above water to finish ahead when it counted, seizing victory in the
closing laps. A slightly early chequered flag ended the race before expected, due to a lack of time to deploy
the safety car to recover a number of cars.
Davies held on for second place, ahead of James Darby, who moved up from 18th on the grid to finish
third. Diment managed a fourth place result after his troubles, ahead of Paul Khouri in fifth place. Driver of
the Race was awarded to Richard Buckley this time around.
Lackford Engineering MG Midget & Sprite Challenge
Paul Sibley dominated the MG Midget and Sprite Challenge once again, to triumph in his MG Midget from
a pole position start.
A cautious start from the front row of the grid saw Sibley slip to second behind Andy Southcott as the field
rounded Redgate. Before long Sibley launched an attack, as he fought back to reclaim control.
Despite starting 12th on the grid, James Dunkley quickly made his way to second place, to chase Sibley for
the duration. As the pair controlled the pace at the sharp end of the grid, it was the battle for third place
that remained under scrutiny.
After an entertaining drive through the field, it was Martin Morris who held on for a third place, to finish
just ahead of early leader Southcott.
James Dunkley teamed his efforts with an extra award when he was awarded Driver of the Race by our