BHC Season Review Part 12 – Scott Moran

Our twelve part series looking at the top contenders in the British Hillclimb Championship comes to an end today as we move to have a look at the experiences of the man who became a four-time Champion in 2013.

Scott Moran Gould GR61X

Scott Moran on his way to another Run Off win at Gurston Down (thanks to everleyphotography.co.uk)

 

Scott Moran set a pace in the early part of the Championship which nobody else could match and it always seemed likely that he would claim his fourth title, although 2012 Champ Trevor Willis had other ideas and pushed Scott hard through till the end of the year.

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BHC Season Review Part 11 – Trevor Willis

As we approach the end of our 2013 British Hillclimb Championship Season Review we move on to look at the real heavy-hitters in the series, and the two drivers who have dominated top-line hillclimbing since 2010.

Trevor Willis OMS 28

Trevor proudly wore the ‘Number 1′ on his OMS-RPE 28  for 2013.

 

Runner-up in this years Championship was the man who really hit some mighty highs in 2012. He had a new car to shake down at Prescott back in April, but as always Trevor Willis was up to speed incredibly rapidly and was soon fully in the groove with his Powertec/RPE V8 powered OMS.

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BHC Season Review Part 8 – Roger Moran

Our look at the dozen drivers who topped the time sheets in the 2013 British Hillclimb Championship continues today as we break into the top 5.

Roger Moran Gould GR61X

Relaxing with a brew at Shelsley Walsh

 

Today’s driver is a man who has had unprecedented success at National level in the modern era. but who also likes to mix up the disciplines and have fun in other forms of motorsport, 1997 British Hillclimb Champion Roger Moran.

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BHC Season Review Part 6 – John Bradburn

Our latest series continues today with the next installment of our look back at the 2013 British Hillclimb Championship.

John Bradburn Gould GR55

John Bradburn moves the Gould GR55 into the pre-start area at Barbon Manor.

 

The next stop on the journey sees us take a look at the quiet man of the top 12 who has made steady forward progress over the past 5 years or so, Midlander John Bradburn.

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