Heading into the final round of the British Rallycross championship and nearly every class was going to be decided during the final round. The question on everyone’s lips was could Julian Godfrey make it 5 titles in a row?
2015 has seen possibly the best supercar battles for many years, with the likes of Andy Scott, Kevin Proctor, Ollie O’Donovan all with European Rallycross pedigree. Godfrey did exactly what he needed to, although it was Kevin Proctor that clinched the round win it was all about Godfrey who claimed the championship and equaled the great Dermot Carnegie with 5 British championship crowns. It was Kevin Proctor who took the round win with Andy Scott in second and Andy Grant in third
Elsewhere it was 18 year old Daniel Rooke who secured the Supernational title. The Devon based driver finished in second place behind Paige Bellerby which was enough to see him clinch the championship over nearest rival Gareth Wood.
In the Suzuki Swift Championship all that reining champion Tristan Ovenden had to do was to simply finish the event. However, in true style he lead the A-Final from lights to flag, even after a restart which saw championship rivals Aidan Hills and Darren Scott unable to continue. Kent based Nathan Heathcote picked up second place and Jake Taylor claim his first senior podium in third place.
The RX150 championship decider also went down to the final with Chrissy Palmer seeing off a spirited challenge from Marc Scott
The Junior title was also a very close run affair with title contenders Bradley Durdin and Drew Bellerby starting the final on equal points! but it was Durdin who held of a relentless Bellerby to take the event win and along with it the Championship.
Other championship titles that were decided before the final round were Super1600 which saw Craig Lomax take the honors, the BMW Mini crown went to David Bell and Tomasz Wielgosz in the Hot Hatch Class.