Scribante Summer Trophy
Aldo Scribante, 25 Feb 1978
|1||Roy Klomfass||March 77B  - Ford BDD Swindon
#8 Team Uniewinkels [Martin Flint/Roger Taylor]
|2||Trevor van Rooyen||March 77B  - Ford BDD Swindon
#7 Team Gunston
|3||Bobby Scott||March 77B  - Ford BDD
#21 Sportsman Lager [Andrew Thompson]
|4||Ian Scheckter||March 78B - Ford BDD Nicholson
#1 Lexington Racing
|5||Clive Cooke||Donnelly JD201 - Ford BDD
#15 Rally Motors
|6||Mike Domingo||March 76B ['1A'] - Ford BDD
#9 Team Domingo-Bodycraft
|R||Nols Nieman||March 77B  - Ford BDD
#4 Benson & Hedges [Alex Blignaut]
|R||Tony Martin||Chevron B45 [45.78.01] - Ford BDD Swindon
#3 Lucky Strike Racing (see note 1)
|R||Dave Charlton||March 76B  - Ford BDD
#6 (see note 2)
All cars are 1.6-litre F/Atl unless noted.
|1||Roy Klomfass||(F/Atl) 1.6-litre March 77B  - Ford BDD Swindon|
|2||Ian Scheckter||(F/Atl) 1.6-litre March 78B - Ford BDD Nicholson|
Notes on the cars:
- Chevron B45 [45.78.01] (Tony Martin): New to Tony Martin and used in the South African Formula Atlantic series in 1978, initially wearing Chevron B39 bodywork. Retained for 1979, but Martin also had an older Chevron B34 which was used at several races. The B45 was then fitted with a 3-litre Ford V6 engine for the new Formula South Africa that started in July 1979. The car was retained for 1980, but destroyed in a garage fire.
- March 76B  (Dave Charlton): Presumed to be the car of Ian Scheckter, used in the 1976 South African season. Racing tradition has it that Scheckter always had the first car of any of March's production runs, and South African expert Ian Hebblethwaite suggests that Scheckter had both the first chassis of the 76B and 77B production. A/S report of the race at Welkom in February 1976 says that Scheckter's car is "the first of the production examples". Badly damaged in testing accident after the race at Aldo Scribante in March 1976, and at Roy Hesketh Scheckter appears in a car that is described as "brand new" by Autsport and as having a "new tub" by Motoring News. Subsequent evidence suggests that the latter was the case, and the rebuilt car, if it still carried a plate, probably kept the identity of chassis 1 to avoid fresh import duties on a new car. The remains of the old tub were sold to the Domingo brothers, who built it up with spares to become 76B-1A in 1977. Sold to Len Booysen in 1977, and loaned by him to Dave Charlton and Bernard Tilanus in 1978.
The identification of individual cars in these results is based on the material presented elsewhere in this site and may in some cases contradict the organisers' original results.
The South African race results have been compiled by Chris Townsend based on material in Autosport and Motoring News plus information supplied by a wide range of contributors.