British Sprint Championship Round
Blackpool, 20 Jun 1976
|1||David Render||(F1) 3-litre Lotus 76 [2 JPS10] - Cosworth DFV V8
|2||Simon Riley||(libre) 3-litre Brabham BT33  - Cosworth DFV V8
|3||John McCartney||(F1) 3-litre BRM P153  - P142 V12
|4||Johnty Williamson||(libre) 5.7-litre Surtees TS11  - Chevrolet V8
|5||Dave Harris||(F1) 3-litre Lotus 76 [2 JPS10] - Cosworth DFV V8
|6||John Taylor||(libre) 3-litre Brabham BT16/21B - Ford Essex V6
(see note 1)
|7||Allan Staniforth||(libre) 1.3-litre Terrapin Mk7B - BMC
|Qualifying information not available|
Notes on the cars:
- Brabham BT16/21B (John Taylor): In 1976, John Taylor (North Petherton, Somerset) ran a Brabham BT16/21B in sprints. The car had been fitted with a 3-litre Ford Essex V6 engine. He advertised it was a BT21B in November 1976 but appeared again with it at a sprint at Oulton Park in April 1977. It was then sold to Eike Wellhausen (Chesterfield, Derbyshire), then described as a former Jaguar E-Type driver but now better known as a Lister racer. Eike understood it to be a Brabham BT23C and Autosport described the car as a BT23C that had originally been built for an American who had intended installing a Chevy V8 but had never raced. Wellhausen replaced the standard Essex engine with a fully-tuned version and raced the car in libre events at Mallory Park, Donington Park and Silverstone from 1977 to 1979. By 1979 the V6 had been replaced with a Hart BDA. Eike recalls selling it to "a London jeans manufacturer who raced other single seaters". Subsequent history unknown.
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 British Sprint Championship results were originally provided by Paul Parker and Steve Wilkinson and are based on material drawn from Motoring News, Autosport and Speedscene magazines plus results sheets and programmes provided by former competitors and by the organising clubs.
The identification of individual cars is based on the Formula 1, Formula 2, Formula 5000 and Formula Atlantic research work presented elsewhere on the site.