The Classic 2CV Racing Club took centre stage at Snetterton this past weekend (August 27/28/29) to produce an exciting 24-hour race.
Billed as one of the most coveted events on the national motorsport calendar, this years edition – which served as the penultimate meeting of the 2021 campaign for the 2CV Racing contingent – was no different as it produced
After a day-long contest which had its fair share of thrills and spills throughout the day and night, Team Toyshed emerged as race winners.
Completing a staggering 710 laps in their Mini Grande, the team of Michael Dryden, Andy Slade, Chris Slade and Elliott Stafford took the chequered flag four laps ahead of their nearest rivals.
Leading the chase for the eventual winners was 2CV Team Lion 1; made up of multiple champion Pete Sparrow, David O’Keeffe and Gary Adnitt.
Rounding out the podium – albeit six laps down on the winners – was APO Sport, who had James May, Lee Poolman, Alex Osborne and Jeffrey Oxford sharing driving duties.
Elsewhere, the Max5 Racing Championship wrote the latest chapter in its 2021 season with two pulsating races seeing the spoils shared.
Jon Halliwell converted pole position into a commanding lights-to-flag victory in the opening contest as he finished more than ten seconds ahead of his nearest challengers, Ben Taylor and Paul Roddison, around the Norfolk venue.
Race two would see Roddison strike back with a win of his having started from second. The series veteran and Halliwell proved to be in a class of their own as they diced for overall honours, with Roddison coming out on top in the end by four seconds.
Capping off the weekend’s track action was a single 45-minute bout from Snetterton Saloons, won by Ryan Polley in a Honda Civic Type R.
To view the full classification of results from all sessions at Snetterton, CLICK HERE.