Ayres secures Challenge title


The 2011 Morgan Challenge went right down to the wire, with the championship winner decided at the last round of the series, held at Snetterton earlier this month.

The battle for overall glory was between Tim Ayres, driving a standard-production 'Class C' 3.9-litre Plus 8 (top), and Russell Paterson aboard his 'Class A' modified 4.6-litre example. By winning his class at the last round, however, Ayres (below) won the championship by just two points.

The victory is particularly impressive bearing in mind that 2011 was only Ayres' second year contesting the Challenge, having previously been successful in speed events driving the same car.
The friendly series is open to all four-wheeled Morgans and the championship is divided into several classes encompassing both standard and modified cars to encourage a broad a spectrum of entries and experience.

For further details, contact series co-ordinator Katy Thompson: katy-theabbey@hotmail.com



If I had a car like that i don't know if I could allow myself to put it in car race. The whole experience is extraordinary, I know that but I don't know if can stand the risk. I would definitely have a car insurance as a back up.


Winning Tim Ayres, who is driving a standard-production 'Class C' 3.9-litre Plus 8 (top) by two points is one of a kind and Car Accident Attorney Tampa can never compete to the great hero.

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