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2016 Zenoah Challenge Cup Report

Thanks to Steve Jones we have another fun recap of the 2016 Zenoah Challenge Cup, congratulations to all who entered the meeting and we look forward to seeing you again at ZCC-6 the rematch.

 Click here for the 2016 Zenoah challenge cup report

2016 Zenoah challenge cup

A week ago the 2016 Zenoah challenge cup was well underway with over 100 drivers in attendance taking part in one of the 11 heats leading to the finals on Sunday when drivers fought for either short course, Baja, 2 wheel drive and 4 wheel drive buggy titles.

The 2016 results are now online under the results menu above.

The organisers wish to congratulate not only the top 3 class winners but all who took part in a great weekend and to those who supported the event, Zenoah, Rock Oil and all the trade stalls.

We can confirm that Norton Heath as been booked once again for 2017 with pilot registration anticipated to open in October.

2 Wheel Drive Buggy

1st – Luke Van Den Berg
2nd – Andy Knight
3rd – Neil Griffin

4 Wheel Drive Buggy

1st – Tim Vander Elst
2nd – Michael Keinemans
3rd – Henk Mulder


1st – Mark Pearson
2nd – Mark Newham
3rd – Lee Richards

Short Course

1st – Matthew Perry
2nd – Erik De Koning
3rd – Arvinder Gihir

Have a great racebash season and we look forward to seeing you again in 2017.

final countdown!

This time next week the 2016 Zenoah Challenge Cup will be over, we will be saying our good byes to the Norton Heath staff, those European racers who made the short hop across the channel and hopefully new friends and racers we have met over the weekend.

I can confirm the trophies are ready and Jim will be bringing them down from Tony, Zenoah prizes are already loaded into the van along with various bits and pieces I have to bring down to give you the event you want.

The race control laptop is primed and populated with the drivers details.

Final checks will be made on Wednesday night I finally fill the van with the stuff out of my office and study.

IF anyone is coming down and wants to help behinds the scenes then you will be more than welcome as I’m always on the look out for a new Derek.

CU Thursday evening.

Bring it on.

Darren Worth
BRCA LSOR Section Chairman


Hi, the organizers of the Zenoah Challenge Cup have been asked how much is it to come and watch the racing, well its free.

We remind anyone who intends to come and watch then you are more than welcome to come on down but please do not enter the pitting area unless you are invited by a driver or the race area.

The café, bar and the public seating area will all be available to you.