2020 Season Review: CNC Heads Sports/Saloon Car Championship

The CNC Heads Sports/Saloon Car Championship produced another scintillating season of four-wheeled action this past season as Jamie Cryer became the latest driver to taste title glory.

Organised and run by the Club’s North West Centre, the championship is a cost-effective category that is open to all manner of cars regardless of their make, model or power output.

Boasting an illustrious history that spans more than three decades, the series runs under a multi-class format which showcases that variety really is the spice of the life and 2020 proved to be no exception.

Despite the difficulties faced due to the coronavirus pandemic, bumper grids were present at every round of the condensed campaign – taking centre stage at Cadwell Park, Oulton Park and Donington Park.

Running out of Class E and at the wheel of his Ginetta G20, Cryer was perfection personified as he wracked up the points and wins to not only triumph in his class but also the overall championship.

Elsewhere, Class A spoils fell the way of Paul Rose whilst Luke Armiger and Danny Bird were victorious in classes B and C respectively.                                                                                               Garry Wardle and Guy Carter were champions in Class D and F.