Dayson Delivers

Force Racing Cars boss Ian Dayson will remember the second Top 12 Run Off at Loton Park’s British Hillclimb Championship finale for a very long time.

Will Hall Force WH

Will Hall proved the wet weather abilities of the Force WH at Loton Park.


The hillclimb engineering expert saw two of his leading drivers produce stunning performances to claim career best finishes at British Championship level.

Crowd favourite Will Hall took his first ever Run Off win with the new for 2012 Force WH in atrocious conditions, and in doing so secured the first National win for a Force chassis built by Dayson. Welsh Wizard Eynon Price took a win in a Force PC at Prescott in 2010, but his ex. Dave Kimberley chassis was built by previous Force Racing Cars owner Bill Chaplin.

To complete Dayson’s joy, Leaders title front-runner and Loton specialist Graham Wynn OBE took advantage of topsy-turvy qualifying and a very wet track to finish third in the same run off with his Hayabusa-engined Force LM001 Sportscar.

Great stuff Ian, here’s to more of the same in 2013 and beyond.

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