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It just goes to show that the overall champion does not necessarily have the fastest car.
A contender for that award goes to the Class A champion Pete Hallford, who took his Ford Mustang to four class and overall wins, only losing out on the overall title by two points.
The Classic Saloon Car Club (CSCC) runs five club championships for classic saloons dating from the late 1950s to early 1980s.
Founded in 1974, the CSCC is noted for its friendly atmosphere in the paddock, with the drivers always willing to chat to like-minded enthusiasts.
Originally run as two separate series, falling grid numbers dictated that the two be amalgamated in 1998.
Grids have picked up, and superb racing has been the result, with Jaguars and Ford Mustangs providing the grunt at the front of the grid, while Lotus Cortinas, Ford Anglias and Morris Minors pack out the midfield.
There are four championships, for cars of different ages, which are then divided into classes to provide even competition.A superb variety of machines are catered for, with a Jaguar XJS, Volkswagen Scirroco, Mazda RX-7, Ford Consul, Vauxhall Firenza and BMW 635i all on the grid last season.For cars built before 1966, there is the Classic Saloon and Historic Touring Car Championship.These events are quite low key, and therefore offer an enjoyable day out at an affordable price.Admission prices are usually around 10 for adults, while accompanied children are often free.