Moynan the Maestro in Midleton Autocross

Moynan the Maestro in Midleton Autocross

WIth a brilliant drive on the third and final run, Whitby Moynan (Toyota Special) clinched victory on last Sunday’s Autocross in Midleton. The Nenaghman did not have it his own way on the early runs as Wexford driver Sean Cahill (JB Buggy) posted fastest times on his first and second timed runs. However he was not able to contain the Tippman on the third run and he finished in second place with a deficit of a half a second. Third overall was claimed by another Wexford driver  John Mc Grath (JB Buggy) another second in arrears. In fourth  position  was Lionel Percy  (Honda Special) ahead of Brian Hassett (Semog Buggy).

The best saloon award was claimed by Lukac Czapnic . The popular Pole was driving his new Subaru Impreza and he was the only saloon to compete the course in less than two minutes.

Other class winners include:

Class 1:William Meade (Nova);

Class2:Shane Galvin (Golf)

Class3:Padraig Devane (Civic)

Class 4:Ger O’Shea (205)

Class 5:Lukacz Chapnik (Impreza)

Class 6:Lionel Percy (Honda Special)

Class 7: Brian O’Mahoney (Special)

Class8:Ian Horgan (Nova)

Class 10:Sean Cahill (JB Buggy)

The autocross was hosted by the Munster car Club and it was the first round of the 5 Star Catering National Loose Autocross Championship and second round of the O’SHea bus Munster Autocross Championship. The Clare Motor  Club are hosting their autocross in Ennis on Sunday May 29th.(please note the change of date) and it will be a counting round of the National and Munster Championships.

Words by Austin Shinnors

Pic by Pablo Photography

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