For Sale – Sylva Riot Race Car

Dave Lawrence Sylva For SaleSylva Riot Race Car
For Sale by Dave Lawrence A Quick Car, not had much use
Fuel Injected R1 Yamaha Motor, Large Oil Cooler, Quaife LSD Diff
Koni Race Shocks, Wet Wheels with new Avon Tyres,  Mychron/Aim Dash with Data Logging,  Professional made Wiring Loom
Full Race S/Steel Exhaust, Power Commander plumbed in Fire Extinguiser + Much More.  Ready to Race £8,000
For more info Tel Dave on 07778 818750 or 01793 853028
Spare Motor & Brian James Clubman Trailer available at extra cost
May take Motor Cycle (Road or Race) or Classic Car or Classic Motor Cycle in Part Exchange.

Top Welsh racer Andy Meyrick continues with DeltaWing in 2016 Daytona 24hr race

Andy Meyrick and 2016 Delta team mates

Andy (left) with Katherine and Sean

Andy Meyrick is in sunny Florida getting ready for the Rolex 24 hr race (part of the WeatherTech championship) on the Daytona International Speedway and confirmed he is really happy to be rejoining the DeltaWing Racing Team with their innovative cars for 2016 in the USA based Imsa Racing Series, starting this weekend with the ROAR test. Underlining his abilities as an endurance racing expert, Andy will compete with DeltaWing for the Rolex 24 at Daytona over the weekend of 24th-25th January with team-mates Katherine Legge and Sean Rayhall . “The team made some really progressive developments, and we scored our best result with a P4 at Petit Le Mans in October, so hopefully we can be just as competitive at Daytona. This’ll be my first race of the season and I’m training hard in preparation.”
WAndy DeltaWing 2016atch as Andy Meyrick takes the Panoz DeltaWing Racing coupe around the 3.56 mile Daytona track at the 2016 Roar Before the 24. Cutting through the traffic in practice session 4, the DeltaWing DWC13 is looking fast and in good shape for the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona!   2016 Rolex 24 at Daytona
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Track Record

Andy Meyrick’s impressive track-record includes a fourth place finish at the 24 Hours of Le Mans; the highest placed rookie on the highly-competitive grid, a second place result at Sebring with Dyson Racing and a season with the Aston Martin works team in the Intercontinental Le Mans Cup (ILMC) and in the Nürburgring’s VLN series, where he secured a win and two second place finishes.

After winning ten races in his first season of motorsport in Formula Ford in 2005, Andy progressed through British racing up to British F3 in 2008, taking seven victories from 12 starts. In 2009, Andy raced in the prestigious Le Mans Series for the first time, including a fourth place finish at the notoriously difficult Nürburgring. In 2010 Andy contested the American Le Mans Series (finishing on the podium in every start) and made his Le Mans 24hr debut, finishing fourth overall. With a works drive in 2011, Andy raced in the ILMC, VLN and once again at the Le Mans 24hr. His flair for endurance racing was further developed in 2012 through competition in the Spa 24hr.

Since 2013, Andy has spent time racing on both sides of the Atlantic. In Europe, Andy raced in the Blancpain Endurance Series while in the USA he was lead driver for the innovative DeltaWing Racing programme. In November 2013, he was announced as one of three British drivers to return Bentley to the motorsport arena with the new Continental GT3, following several successful development tests. The 2014 season saw Andy & his team-mates win two races and finish as runner-up in the Blancpain Endurance Series, a feat they repeated in 2015!

New Trophy for new Fastest Lap Chamionship

The new Claret Jug Trophy, has kindly been donated by Colin Gundersen for the new ‘Fastest Lap’ championship. ‘The Colin Gundersen Trophy for the Class Fastest Race Lap at Pembrey. Colin won the Welsh Sports & Saloon Car Championship in 1992.  20151202_151204 All Registered competitors for the WSSCC are eligible for the Colin Gundersen Memorial Trophy. Competitors who are noted in the official race results as setting the fastest lap in their class will score points as follows – Scoring is by means of comparing a competitors race fastest lap with the lap record for that class (Class lap records starting from 2012). All Registered competitors for the WSSCC are eligible for the Colin Gundersen Memorial Trophy. Competitors who are noted in the official race results as setting the fastest lap in their class will score points as follows – Scoring is by means of comparing a competitors race fastest lap with the lap record for that class (Class lap records starting from 2012). 

A fastest lap that equals the current Class lap record will score 100 points. Fastest laps that are slower than the current Class lap record will score less than 100 points, by the amount the fastest lap is slower than the current Class lap record.
Fastest laps that are faster than the current Class lap record will score more than 100 points, by the amount the fastest lap is fastest than the current Class lap record. The competitor with the most points at the end of the year will win the trophy. All WSSCC championship races at Pembrey will count. Full Regulations will appear in the 2016 Welsh Sports & Saloon Car Championship, when they are issued.

2015 Class Lap Records

Class Fastest lap * = New Record set in that year
Class 2015 Lap Record Date set
AT *
Sam Summerhayes 67.000 16/08/2015
AS Craig Freeman 67.149 30/06/2013
BT Paul Flinders 68.641 20/10/2013
BS Jim Lyons 64.952 05/10/2014
CS Martin Davies 61.415 05/08/2012
CT Kevin Bird 68.404 05/08/2012
D Keith White 60.441 05/08/2012
M Mike Cond 60.872 30/06/2013

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Matt Parry signs with Koiranen as 2016 GP3 dates released

Matt wants more silverware in 2016!

Matt wants more SilverwareaMatt in GP3 2015Matt Parry has agreed terms to re-sign with the Korianen GP squad for the 2016 GP3 Series! Koiranen GP gave him his debut in the category in 2015 when he finished in 8th place overall, the best of the 3 Welsh drivers in the series, after a series of podium places. Returning to the Koiranen line-up will now allow Parry to build on relationships within the team, especially as this will be the first year for GP3/16 car – the third generation car!

“I can skip the part where driver and team have to get to know each other and get straight down to work,” the 21-year old, who again excelled in this month’s end-of-season test, explained,“GP3 lived up to my expectations as a very competitive series, but already knowing what each of us require should allow for a flying start once the 2016 campaign gets underway. I know what I am capable of with the Koiranen team, and we both look forward to turning that into race wins and a lot of points second time around.

The 2016 GP3 Series – which enjoys extensive coverage on the Sky Sports F1 channel in the UK – is expected to kick off at Sochi Autodrom in Russia on 1 May, but the full schedule has yet to be confirmed. Parry will retain the backing of Sport Wales, as well as the patronage of both the MSA’s Team UK programme and the BRDC’s SuperStars scheme, all of which assist with his training and preparation.

With podium finishes already under his belt, the Welshman will start the 2016 season amongst the title favourites. The 2016 championship is over nine events alongside Formula One including a new venue for the Series with the addition of Sepang to the GP3 calendar which will provide yet another intriguing challenge. It promises to be another very exciting year, especially with the introduction of the third generation GP3 car.”

The Series enters into its seventh season and will once again commence at Barcelona on May 13-15. The following month will see a break in the calendar with the exception of a test session in Austria.  The teams will resume to action for the most frenetic period of the season with four race weekends in six weeks, starting on July 01-03 at Spielberg, which will be back-to-back with Silverstone on July 08-10. The paddock will reunite again at Budapest on July 22-24, whilst Hockenheim will return to the calendar one week later on July 29-31.
The teams will then enjoy a well-deserved summer break before arriving at Spa-Francorchamps for round six on August 26-28. Thereafter, Monza will follow for the third back-to-back event of the campaign on September 02-04.The GP3 Series will make its maiden visit to the Sepang circuit in Malaysia on September 30 – October 02 for the first of two flyaways. The season will once again draw to a close at the spectacular setting of the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi on November 25-27.
There will be seven pre-season test days held in Estoril, Valencia and Barcelona with a further two day test session in Austria after round one.
2016 GP3 Series Calendar
22-24 March
Estoril, Portugal
07-08 April
Valencia, Spain
20-21 April
Barcelona, Spain
13-15 May
Barcelona, Spain
07-08 June
Spielberg, Austria
01-03 July
Spielberg, Austria
08-10 July
Silverstone, Great-Britain
22-24 July
Budapest, Hungary
29-31 July
Hockenheim, Germany
26-28 August
Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium
02-04 September
Monza, Italy
30 Sep – 02 October
Sepang, Malaysia
27-29 November
Yas Marina, UAE
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N.B Seb Morris will annonuce his 2016 plans shortly @SebMorris31

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Entries build up for the latest races in the 2015 Welsh Championship

Entries for Saturday 15th & Sunday 16th August at Pembrey

* = only Sunday Red = pending

Class No Name Town Car Cubic Capacity
AS 6 Roger Dowden Llanelli Davrian Mk6 1300
As 7 Craig Freman Cardiff Mini Challenge
AS 30 * Peter Hills Llantwit Major Mini Rover 1300
AS 111 Chris Morris Yate Suzuki Ignis Sport 1490
AT 85 Sam Summerhayes Bristol Citroen Saxo 1600
AT 88 Andrew Williams Caldicot MG ZR105 1400
BS Mark Harris BMW Mini 2000
BS 83 Craig Wright Weston Super Mare BMW 2000
BT 3 * Wiillem Verhaak Pembroke Dock Mazda MX5 1800
BT 9 Giles Beck Tenby BMW 318si 1970
BT 19 * Colin Dunn Cheltenham Renault Clio 1998
BT 21 Nick Rocke Risca Ford FiestaMk4 1679
BT 24 Tyrone Lufferelli Camelford Peugot 106GTi 1600
BT 42 Graham Welch Meidrim Rover 200 1800
BT 42 Holly Welch Meidrim Rover 200 1800
BT 53 Verity Banks Faringdon MG ZR 1800
BT 68 Daryl Radford Bristol Honda Civic 1998
BT 93 Susanne Jones Newport Lotus Elise 1800
BT 95 Huw Morgan Llanelli Honda Civic 1998
BT 128 Daniel Burt Yate Fiat Punto 1800
CS 2 Dave Scaramanga Bath VW Scrioco 2000
CS 11 Jim Lyons Bridgend Mini Turbo 1100 T
CS 22 Andy Williams Risca Ford Sierra 2500
CS 26 Glynne Jones Lampeter BMW E26 2500
CS 32 Martin Davies Haverfordwest Ford Sierra Cosworth 2000 T
CS 33 Paul Flinders Ammanford Toyota MR2 1998
CS 44 Damien Longotano Haverfordwest Westfield 2000
CS 77 Ken James Haverfordwest Loco Hornet 1998
CS 99 Joshua Wright Pembroke Dock Renault Meganne 2000 T
D 488 Dave  Krayem Tetbury Ginetta G50 3500
D 25 Pedro Ferriara Swansea Ultima 5700
D 35 Nick Holden Cricklade Ariel Atom 2000
D 38 Keith White Glastonbury BMW  Z4 2000
M 70 Fabio Luffarelli Camelford Mini Saloon 988
D Ben Scrivens Tetbury Ginetta G50 3500

More podium joy for Matt in Hungary GP3!


Matt Parry GP3Having taken his maiden GP3 podium in his home race at Silverstone earlier this month, Matt Parry showed his desire for more by returning to the top three in round four of the championship at the Hungaroring.  Buoyed by his British performance – which netted a maiden series podium in Saturday’s feature race and fifth in Sunday’s sprint – Parry arrived in Hungary confident that his racecraft was a match for anyone in the field. With prior knowledge of the tricky Budapest venue from his time in Formula Renault, he was optimistic of another strong showing, especially with the Koiranen GP team in good form over the opening third of the season. Practice, however, showed not only how close the GP3 Series can be, but also how thin the line is between success and disappointment, as Parry, despite some early pace, was limited to just 13 laps by an engine problem and left down in 20th on the timesheets.

Overnight repairs allowed him to join the early morning qualifying session on Saturday and, despite his lack of track time in practice, the Welshman immediately showed what he was capable of by vaulting to the top of the times. He remained in the hunt for a top six position throughout the 30 minutes, but was unable to take full advantage of an extra set of tyres and had to settle for the outside of row three ahead of race one later in the day.

“Silverstone gave me a major boost, and showed just what I can do at this level,” Parry said, “It was good confirmation after last season’s frustration and, with the Hungaroring being a similar challenge to Silverstone despite their different appearance, it allowed me to come here in confident mood. Practice was disappointing after a coil failed in the engine, but the team sorted the problem overnight and allowed me to qualify as normal. It’s just a pity that I couldn’t get everything out of the spare set of tyres that I had, as finding another couple of tenths would have put me third on the grid…”  With no respite in the Hungarian heat and humidity ahead of the late afternoon start, 40 minutes of racing would test Parry’s physical preparation as well as his car, but the Sport Wales ambassador showed no signs of fatigue as he produced a battling performance in search of the top three.

Having got the better of veteran Koiranen team-mate Jimmy Eriksson off the line, the Welsman settled into fifth place through the opening laps, before closing in and putting pressure on Arden’s Emil Bernstorff. Despite appearing to have better pace than his fellow Briton, however, Parry was unable to find a clear opportunity to complete a move, and remained fifth to the chequered flag, crossing the line just four-tenths shy of third place as the chasing group bunched up in the final laps.

“I made a decent start and was able to get the better of Jimmy into turn one but, after that, it was something of a procession – albeit an exciting one,” Parry confirmed, “Just as at Silverstone, I was right behind Bernstorff for much of the race but, again, there just wasn’t a clear opportunity to pass him. I didn’t want to risk anything, but we were all so close crossing the line, I know that a podium would have been possible.”

Under GP3’s reverse grid policy, fifth place in race one meant that Parry would line up fourth on the grid for race two early on Sunday morning but, this time, there would be no gaining of places off the line, with the 21-year old initially going backwards as Saturday’s top three all came past into turn one.  His position was improved midway around the lap as Bernstorff was taken out by Antonio Fuoco, but Parry helped himself to fourth by pulling off one of the overtaking moves of the season, going around the outside of race one winner and championship leader Luca Ghiotto at turn one. Having fended off the Italian’s riposte through the following left-hander, Parry made good his escape, closing rapidly on Eriksson for the final podium position. Again, as in Silverstone’s second race, the pair ran nose-to-tail, with the Swede prevailing despite telling his rookie team-mate that he had never known anyone able to run as fast in ‘dirty air’.

Parry’s dogged pursuit would ultimately pay dividends, however, as Eriksson, having enjoyed the podium ceremony, was later penalised for exceeding track limits in his defence, promoting the Briton to third place.

“If there is one area where I need to improve, it is my starts,” Parry conceded, “There are two ways of getting the car off the line and I’m still playing it safe while the more experienced drivers are taking the riskier option and making the most of it. Despite dropping back, I was handed a couple of places back by the accident and, once the safety car went in, I was able to get around the outside of Ghiotto at the end of the main straight. He made it difficult for me, but it was a very satisfying move!

“I was able to catch up to Jimmy but didn’t want to make a silly move on a team-mate, even if the podium was at stake. It’s a shame for him that he picked up the penalty, but I think I deserved a top three position this weekend and will happily take the points.” With both Seb Morris and Jan Mardenborough failing to score, Matt is now the leading Welsh points scorer!

Round five of the 2015 GP3 Series season takes place at Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium over the weekend of 21-23 August.


Current points 2015 GP3 Championship
1st Luca  Ghiotto (Italy)   121 Points

7th Matt Parry  43 pts
9th Jann  Mardenborough 32 pts
13th Seb Morris  6 pts  @SebMorris31

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