British Sprint Championship Round
Curborough, 12 Jun 1977
|1||John Ravenscroft||(F1) 3-litre Token RJ02 - Cosworth DFV V8
|2||Dave Harris||5-litre McRae GM1  - Chevrolet Smith V8
(see note 1)
|3||Simon Riley||3-litre Brabham BT33  - Cosworth DFV V8
|4||Allan Humphries||1.6-litre March 772 [762-5?] - Ford
|5||Peter Fisk||1.6-litre March 702  - Ford BDA
(see note 2)
|6||Terry Smith||5.7-litre McLaren M14D  - Chevrolet V8
|7||Arthur Hinds||(clubmans) 1.6-litre Mallock U2 Mk 8B - Ford
|8||Colin Cordy||(clubmans) 1.6-litre Mallock U2 Mk 6D - Ford
|9||Trevor Panter||(clubmans) 1.6-litre Mallock U2 Mk 6D - Ford
|10||John Chilton||(unknown) 1.6-litre Wee - Ford
|Qualifying information not available|
Notes on the cars:
- McRae GM1  (Dave Harris): See full history: McRae GM1/012.
- March 702  (Peter Fisk): Although given the number 702/6 by March, this was the development F2 car built using the very first Arch Motors frame. It raced just once in 1970 when Howden Ganley appeared in it at Mantorp Park in August. At the start of 1971, it was fitted with a Vegantune twin cam for Formula Atlantic, and was driven by David Morgan at the Mallory Park round in March, taking pole position and winning. He was second in the next race at Castle Combe, but then the car was advertised by March, and bought by John Nicholson, who used it for the rest of that season. Advertised by Nicholson (Ashford, Middlesex) in August 1972. Bought from Nicholson in October 1972 by Martin Steele (Faringdon, Oxfordshire) and used in sprints in 1973 and the first half of 1974. Sold in July 1974 to Peter Fisk (Cambridge) who raced it in speed events from 1974 to 1979. The car was fitted with a BDA engine, and Fisk sometimes shared with Robert Glass, also of Cambridge. Fisk advertised the car in October 1980 and sold it back to Steele in March 1981. Steele restored it and used it in UK historic racing in 1985 and 1986. Retained until sold in November 1998 to Mike Scott (Exeter, Devon) who drove it in FORCE events in 2003, and later appeared with it in Masters events in 2006. Sold in 2009 to Satoshi Onishi (Miharuno, Japan) and used by him in Japanese historic events.
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.