2021 Calendar

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2021 Calendar

Race Report

The MSV SuperCup kicked off its 2021 campaign at Donington Park at the weekend with a thrilling 45-minute showcase of lights-to-flag action.

A tense qualifying session saw the Nick Jackson/Ollie Pidgley and Darren Goes swap fastest laps back to back, however the Seat Supercopa wheelmen wouldn’t be denied pole position with an unbeatable lap time of 1:15.662s late on in the session. Goes lined up second on the grid making an all-Seat Class S front row.

The opening lap saw a clean getaway for Jackson/Pigdley however by the end of the next tour round a hard-charging Darren Goes had fought back and taken control of the race. Goes attempted to distance himself up the road but Jackson/Pidgley would keep their presence known, always within a few seconds from the race leader.

Goes drove a solid race and lead the pack until the end of lap 19 where he dived into the pits to complete his regulation pit stop. Callum Noble temporarily enjoyed time at the front of the field before also taking to the pits himself, handing the race lead back to Goes. Despite his blistering pace and finishing first on the road Goes would go on to place fifth due to a penalty for a short pit stop, handing the top step of the podium to Jackson/Pidgley. Scott Parkin/Ryan Parkin secured second, also taking the Class A win, followed by previous race-leader Callum Noble. Patrick Seal/Daniel Seal finished the race in fourth, narrowly edging out Goes in fifth.

Other standout performances include Sam Gay/Colin Tester who started from sixteenth on the grid, completing the race in eighth

Sam Gay/Colin Tester started the race from sixteenth on the grid however a strong showing from the pair resulted in an eighth place finish and the Class B win. Ben Williams also enjoyed success, taking home Class G honours.

Race Results

Pos Name Class Pts
1NJM RacingS36
2Team DarksideA30
3Thorney MotorsportS28
4Redseal RacingS25
5Mangoes RacingS23
6AB MotorsportS19
7NJM RacingS16
8G&M MotorsportB17
9Team NorfolkB14
10Core RacingB10
11NJM RacingA8
12GNB RacingA-6
 Penalty points applied.  Fastest lap during qualifying.  Fastest lap during race.

Race Report

Spectators at Brands Hatch were treated to a packed race at the weekend when Trackday Trophy and SuperCup competitors took on the Grand Prix circuit for a joint race. Thirty-nine cars took to the track for what was a busy qualifying session on the Kent circuit’s longer layout, with Gary Hufford’s time of 1:58.224s securing him pole position. Nick Jackson finished just 0.385s behind in his Seat Supercopa to complete the front row.

Nick Jackson got the best start out of the pair, heading into the race lead on the opening lap, whilst an unlucky opening few laps saw Hufford drop down the order before retiring from the race. Jackson did well to hold the rest of the field behind, with a tense battle for second unravelling in his rear view mirror with the race order changing nearly every lap.

A well-timed decision for Darren Goes saw the Honda Integra wheelman complete his pit stop early on, giving him enough clean air to take control of the race whilst his opponents pitted. Goes’ stellar driving saw him remain unchallenged for the race lead, taking the chequered flag on his 20th tour of the circuit.

Previous race leader Nick Jackson finished the contest in second place, followed by Scott and Ryan Parkin in third who also took the Class A win.

Fourth over the line was Patrick and Daniel Seal, followed by Sam Gay and Colin Tester who finished fifth on the road and first of the Class B contenders.

A.Bradley/R.Bradley, Tom Starkey/Paul Harvey, Rob Dowsett/Sam McKee and Dave Connell all took Class G, TB, TC and TD wins respectively.

Race Results

Pos Name Class Pts
1Mangoes RacingS32
2NJM RacingS28
3Team DarksideA27  
4Redseal RacingS22
5G&M MotorsportB26  
6Core RacingB21
7FR RacingB18
8Team NorfolkB15
9NJM RacingA12
10F&G MotorsportB10
11Thorney MotorsportS1 
12AB MotorsportS1 
 Penalty points applied.  Fastest lap during qualifying.  Fastest lap during race.

Race Report

The MSVT SuperCup took a trip to Snetterton at the weekend (26 June) for round three as the season hit its midway mark.

Darren Goes was the man to beat with a dominant display in qualifying seeing the Seat Cup Racer driver secure pole position for the 45-minute dash to the chequered flag. The NJM Racing Seat of Newman/Smith would line up alongside in second.

With the race underway Goes continued his charge, distancing himself from the chasing pack by just over two seconds at the end of the first tour. Meanwhile, Steve Hewson was best of the rest with a stunning opening lap resulting in the Porsche wheelman battling his way into second from fifth on the grid. NJM Racing’s Nick Jackson would go on to wrestle back second position a lap later, keeping Goes firmly in his sights.

Once the race approached the midway point contenders began to pit with Callum Noble and then Kevin Stirling temporarily leading the race. Goes regained control of the race on lap 20, with NJM’s Nick Jackson charging his way back into second. After 45 minutes of wheel-to-wheel competition the Class S duo would cross the line just 1.6 seconds apart, making it an all-Seat top two. NJM Racing’s sister car of Newman/Smith rounded out the podium.

Fourth place went the way of brothers Ryan and Scott Parkin who also secured the Class A win and Callum Noble completed the top five.

Class B spoils were enjoyed by Gay/Tester in their G&M Motorsport Honda Integra.

Race Results

Pos Name Class Pts
1Mangoes RacingS36
2NJM RacingS31
3NJM RacingS28
4Team DarksideA25
5Thorney MotorsportS22
6Intelligent Money RacingS19
7G&M MotorsportB21
8Team NorfolkB16
9Core RacingB13
10Redseal RacingS10
11FR RacingB8
12Goblin RacingA6
 Penalty points applied.  Fastest lap during qualifying.  Fastest lap during race.

Race Report

Darkside Developments take the win as SuperCup made its maiden voyage to Cadwell Park.

The undulating track suited the Class A VW Golf of Darkside Developments pair Scott and Ryan Parkin well, as they managed to best the bigger Class S cars in not only qualifying but also the race.

It was not all plain sailing though, as the Championship leaders, NJM Racing in the Seat SuperCopa had jumped the pole sitters from the front row of the grid at the start, taking a lead they held through the first part of the race. Darkside managed to get the undercut during the pit stops however to finally take the lead and convert it to the eventual win. Third in Class S was the Porsche of Intelligent money Racing’s Steve Hewson.

Michael Smith in the FR Seat Ibiza took the class B pole, and looked set for the class win, but a pit stop infringement relegated the Seat to fourth in class with a lap penalty. This allowed a maiden 2021 class B win for Championship regular Team Norfolk in the Clio at the hands of Kevin Stirling. Stirling managing to hold off the Caterham of FTP’s Chris Payne, third, who had been chasing the Clio down for most of the race.

Race Results

Pos Name Class Pts
1Team DarksideA31
2NJM RacingS31
3Intelligent Money RacingS26
4Mangoes RacingS23
5Team NorfolkB23
6FTP MotorsportB20
7Redseal RacingS16
8NJM RacingA14
9F&G MotorsportB13
10FR RacingB12
11Thorney MotorsportS1
 Penalty points applied.  Fastest lap during qualifying.  Fastest lap during race.
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