See: Schumacher Racing

This past weekend was the sixth round of the Worksop Series, there was once again a great entry of 14 heats of drivers, this was across the 3 classes of 2wd, 4wd and a vintage buggy class. As always it was Round by round qualifying as the racing format, with the best 2 results from 4 rounds of qualifying counting towards the final position. Qualifying in 2wd was dominated by Craig Collinson who took TQ in three out of four rounds, so therefore he would line up on pole. In 4WD it was Steven Pierce who was on form taking three out of the four rounds of qualifying, so he would line up on pole. In the Vintage class it was Mitch Fiddling who would try his hand at using his Dads car in a couple of rounds of qualifying and would take pole, there were a couple of drivers that had a stand in driver throughout the day, so we allowed this as it was taken in great fun by all drivers.

The A Final 2wd result was:

  1. James Hart Schumacher
  2. James Helliwell Xray
  3. Karl Marsden Kyosho
  4. Eugene Galley Schumacher
  5. Mitchell Fiddling Schumacher
  6. Craig Collinson Team C
  7. Edward Callan AE
  8. Ben Jemison Schumacher
  9. Matthew Thompson Kyosho
  10. Ben Smith Schumacher
  11. Philip Carrick Yokomo

The A Final 4wd result was:

  1. Steven Pierce Xray
  2. Mitchell Fiddling Schumacher
  3. Edward Callan AE
  4. Karl Marsden Kyosho
  5. Mitchell Booth Tekno
  6. James Helliwell Xray
  7. James Hart Schumacher
  8. Daniel Austin Tekno
  9. Philip Carrick Yokomo
  10. Craig Collinson Team C
  11. Richard Coates Schumacher

The Vintage A Final result was:

  1. Phil Barlow
  2. Lee Broadhurst
  3. Mark Hazelden
  4. Chris Slater
  5. Sam Hunt
  6. Richard Johnson
  7. Dave Fiddling

A special mention has to go to Schumacher’s young Mitchell Fiddling, based on results at the weekend it means he has already wrapped up the overall 2wd championship with 1 round still remaining. Some superb results throughout the series and thouroughly well deserved drives by Mitchell has given him this fantastic result.
Both the 4wd and Vintage championships are still all to play for between several drivers.