The 2019 Legends champion received the fourth race at Pembrey to take his 2021 tally to 16, one shy of long-standing table-topper, Historic Formulation Ford ace Jackson.
With six races for the Legends battlers in Wales, Rudman missed out on the prospect of claiming high spot – thanks partly to the robust type of five-time collection champion John Mickel. He claimed a quartet of wins to shoot from exterior of the highest 50 to seventeenth place on the leaderboard as he took his complete to 11.
Whereas Rudman’s triumph didn’t acquire him a spot, as he was already second on the winners’ desk, there was one change within the high 10, courtesy of veteran nationwide racer Rod Birley.
The Ford Escort Cosworth pilot took an total win within the first Basic and Fashionable Motorsport Membership Tremendous Saloon contest at Snetterton and a category triumph within the second Modified Fords race to leap up from twenty second to ninth.
Nonetheless, Birley might have risen as excessive as fifth had mechanical issues not struck when he was main two of the opposite Norfolk races.
Additionally on the rise was Junior Saloon Automobile ace Charlie Hand. He was in flying kind at Pembrey, profitable all three races to realize 26 locations, shifting into sixteenth spot.
Victory for Birley in CMMC Tremendous Saloons at Snetterton propelled him as much as ninth
Photograph by: Richard Types
Additional again, the one different change inside the highest 30 was James Harridge leaping from thirty sixth to twenty ninth with a Formulation Vee class win at Oulton Park. That success ensured back-to-back crowns for the Maverick racer, however he was denied the prospect to enhance additional when pink flags and fading gentle meant the second encounter needed to be scrapped.
Different drivers to enhance included Alex Walker, who missed out on the Nationwide Formulation Ford 1600 title in controversial circumstances however did take a win within the opener to climb from forty third to thirty ninth, and Aaron Cooke retained his MR2 crown with a win within the first Oulton race, which improved his rating by six spots to forty first.
In the meantime, Mini racer Jamie Blake and Rover 3500 ace John Kinmond had been new entries into the highest 50 after each attaining double victories at Knockhill.
Autosport’s most profitable nationwide racers to date in 2021
|Pos||Driver (Automobile)||Total wins||Class wins||Complete|
|1||Cam Jackson (Winkelmann WDF2/Brabham BT2)||17||0||17|
|2||Miles Rudman (Legends 34 Ford Coupe)||16||0||16|
|3||Michael Cullen (Stryker/Ford Fiesta ST/Lotus Cortina)||12||3||15|
|4||Stefano Leaney (Dallara F317)||14||0||14|
|5||Alistair Camp (Honda Civic EP3)||12||0||12|
|6||Ollie Neaves (MGB GTV8)||12||0||12|
|7||James Little (Ferrari F355 Problem/Ferrari 458 Problem)||12||0||12|
|8||Dan Gore (Jedi Mk6)||11||1||12|
|9||Rod Birley (Ford Escort Cosworth WRC)||11||1||12|
|10||Scott Parkin (Volkswagen Golf TDI/Ford Focus 2.0 TDCI Zetec S/Ford Ka)||10||2||12|
|11||Barry McMahon (Alfa Romeo 156/Alfa Romeo Giulietta)||10||2||12|
|12||Harry Senior (Caterham 7 SigMax)||9||3||12|
|13||Ben Brief (Mazda MX-5 Mk1)||11||0||11|
|14||Sam Neary (Mercedes-AMG GT3)||11||0||11|
|15||Nic Grindrod (Citroen C1)||11||0||11|
|16||Charlie Hand (Citroen Saxo VTR)||11||0||11|
|17||John Mickel (Legends 34 Ford Coupe)||11||0||11|
|18||Jon Woolfitt (Spire GTR)||9||2||11|
|19||Dave Griffin (BMW M3 E36)||6||5||11|
|20||Richard Neary (Mercedes-AMG GT3)||10||0||10|
|21||Sam Smith (Mazda MX-5 Mk3/Mazda MX-5 Mk1)||10||0||10|
|22||Adam Shepherd (Honda Civic Kind R)||10||0||10|
|23||Oliver White (Medina Sport JL17K)||10||0||10|
|24||Lewis Thompson (Caterham 310R)||10||0||10|
|25||Shane Murphy (SEAT Leon)||10||0||10|
|26||Jim Larkham (Radical PR6)||10||0||10|
|27||Andy Smith (March 783/March 742)||8||2||10|
|28||Gary Prebble (Honda Civic EG/SEAT Leon Cupra 20v T)||7||3||10|
|29||James Harridge (Maverick Vee)||5||5||10|
|30||John Davison (Lotus Elan S1/Lotus Elan 26R/Lotus Elite)||3||7||10|
|31||Michael Winkworth (Mini Se7en S)||0||10||10|
|32||Joshua Jackson (McLaren 570S GT4)||0||10||10|
|33||Steven Dailly (BMW E36 Compact 318Ti/Ginetta G40 GT5)||9||0||9|
|34||Brad Sheehan (BMW E46 M3)||9||0||9|
|35||Sam Kirkpatrick (MG ZR 190/MGB)||9||0||9|
|36||Steve McDermid (MG ZR 170)||9||0||9|
|37||Dave Cockell (Ford Escort Cosworth)||9||0||9|
|38||Paul Brydon (BMW M3 Resolution F)||9||0||9|
|39||Alex Walker (Spectrum 011)||9||0||9|
|40||Jamie Blake (Mini Cooper R53)||9||0||9|
|41||Aaron Cooke (Toyota MR2 Roadster)||8||1||9|
|42||David Drinkwater (BMW Compact)||0||9||9|
|43||Simon Orange (Ginetta G55 GT4)||0||9||9|
|44||Josh Steed (Ginetta G40 GT5)||8||0||8|
|45||Simon Clark (Porsche Cayman S)||8||0||8|
|46||Niall Bradley (BMW E46 M3)||8||0||8|
|47||John Kinmond (Rover 3500)||8||0||8|
|48||Stewart Black (Legends Ford Coupe)||8||0||8|
|49||Theo Edgerton (Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport)||8||0||8|
|50||Robert Barrable (Legends Ford Coupe)||8||0||8|
All automobile races in UK and Eire are included besides qualification/repechage, comfort and handicap races. No races in different nations.
Class wins are solely counted when there are a minimum of six starters within the class. Solely courses divided by automobile traits are included.
Lessons divided by driver traits corresponding to capacity, skilled standing, age, expertise (for instance rookie or Professional-Am courses) will not be included.
The place there’s a tie, total wins take priority. The place there’s nonetheless a tie, common grid measurement for a driver’s wins determines the order.