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Ross Craig, Ford Fiesta ST150 driver in Cannons TinTops Championship, class T3, age 21.

BARC SEC: Ok green flags – lets go: how did your adventure with motorsport get started?
Ross Craig: Grew up travelling down to Castle Combe with my Dad racing a BMW before travelling the country running the same car. When he bought a new car, I started doing trackdays in his old car and the racing started shortly after, it is safe to say I have been around it all my life.

BS: You're behind the wheel of your Ford Fiesta. What is your dream racing car?
R.C.: An Aston Martin DBRS9 would be nice, or a Lotus Cortina, or an ex-DTM E30 BMW, the list is endless!

BS: What is your dream motorsport event you want to take part in?
R.C.: Any World Touring Car Championship races and the Goodwood Revival.

BS: Hard braking now – are there any other sport disciplines you're familiar with?
R.C.: I used to play a lot of rugby before I got injured and had to come to a stop but I now enjoy a good game of golf anywhere as long as the sun is shining.

BS: Racing is on weekends – what are you doing weekdays?
R.C.: I am a University student studying for a Masters degree in Automotive Engineering with Motorsport. Now in my third year of the five year Masters course, I am on my placement year working for Safety Devices Intl Ltd as a Computer Aided Design Engineer designing a variety of roll cages for a vast array of vehicles.

BS: Who are your motorsport and non-motorsport heroes?
R.C.: Andy Priaulx, Ross Brawn, Sir Jackie Stewart and Ayrton Senna.

BS: What are your expectations for 2013?
R.C.: To finish a weekend with two points scoring results from races would be a nice start! Would love to get a T3 podium at some point too and finish a respectable position in the overall championship.

BS: Very tricky corner now – imagine there are no cars in the world, what would you do?
R.C.: I like cycling so I would definitely get out on my bike more and that would certainly make me a lot fitter and the car less heavy!

BS: And finish line – it's time for a drink. What's your favorite one?
R.C.: I like a Greene King IPA in a beer garden on a summers day or Vodka and Red Bull on a night out.

BS: Thanks and good luck.

Ross Craig

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Modified Saloon Car, TinTop and Intermarque

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Latest gallery BARC SEC Modified Saloon Car and TinTop Championship,
22nd September 2018

Latest gallery Scrapco Avon Intermarque Championship,
22nd September 2018

Last Race Results

Modified Saloon Car:

1. Andy Thompson
2. Alex Sidwell
3. Adrian Bradley
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TinTop:

1. Brad Lane
2. Rod Birley
3. Chris Bassett
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Intermarque:

1. Lewis Smith
2. Steve Burrows
3. Ray Harris
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2018 Championship Leaders:

BARC SEC Modified Saloon Car:

Adrian Bradley
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BARC SEC TinTop:

Rikki Taylor
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Scrapco / Avon Intermarque:

Lewis Smith
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