THE MAP Open and British Junior Championships are being hosted by Evesham Autograss Club on Saturday and Sunday.
Men, women and juniors as young as 12 will be racing at Dodwell Farm Raceway, near Stratford, with more than 45 clubs involved from across England as well as Wales, Scotland and Ireland.
They will be battling for places in Sunday’s finals with 10 different classes involved.
Camping is available over the weekend for the event, which is expected to provide some top racing, starting at 9am on both days.
Club meetings are held on the first Monday of every month from 8.15pm at Badsey Recreation Club.
For more details, visit eveshamautograss.com.
Meanwhile, Radford Autograss Club held their second meeting of the year and the final MAP points qualifier.
The sun shone for a good day’s racing, with some fine performances and reliable officiating from all of the club members.
They completed two sets of heats and finals before open racing with people switching cars.
For more details on the club, visit radfordautograssclub.co.uk.
FINAL WINNERS Men’s class one: Will Henry (R19); two: Damien Harris (R140); three: Mick Summers (R169); four: Darren Grasby (E220); five: Julian Heath (E10); six: Barry Holloway (E6); seven: Wayne Hartwright (R125); eight: Alex Hall (R411); nine: Mark Barker (E26); 10: Julian Heath (E111); women’s class one: Gill Hughes (E105); two: Sue Harris (R140); three: Robyn English (E214); four: Clare Lancaster (R47); five: Dianne Heath (E10); seven: Katie Griffiths (R71); eight: Sally Stratton (E15); nine: Sharron Barker (E26); 10: Dianne Heath (E111); juniors, saloons: Tom Henry (R383); specials: Russ Victory (R14); open, unmodified: Gary Emms (R78); modified: Griffiths (R107); specials: Julie Fernihough (R211).
In motorcycle racing, Evesham’s Mark Tyrrell competed in the third round of six in the East Midland Racing Association Championships at Leicestershire’s Mallory Park.
He continues to lead the 125GP Revolution Championship on his Honda.
The classes were mixed on the grid and Tyrrell qualified in second place overall out of 30 riders, only being bettered by a competitor on a Honda 600cc.
Tyrrell’s opening 10-lap race saw him finish third overall behind the more powerful bikes, which flew ahead down the long straights, but he won his GP125 class.
The Vale racer repeated the feat in the second contest with a GP125 success and third overall to claim maximum championship points and both trophies at the meeting.
The next round is at Mallory Park on Sunday, July 6.