2016 Dmax Championship wraps up in tough conditions
Date: Saturday, November 26 @ 01:18:09 CET
Topic: Daytona Motorsport




Epic DMAX finale at Daytona Milton Keynes sees challenging end to 2016 Championship. 89 drivers fight it out in 'Super Series' crescendo. New DMAX Championship calendar announced featuring exciting all-new venues for 2017. Daytona Milton Keynes hosted the final round of the TW Steel DMAX 2016 Championships last Sunday (20th November) the eighty-nine drivers who braved the aftermath of Storm Angus enjoyed excellent close racing on the damp International Circuit in Milton Keynes. The Heavy Enduro drivers were first out of the pits and they faced the toughest conditions with spitting rain throughout their race Tom Pughe was victorious ahead of Chris Munro and Tomek Zaustowicz Chris Carter was absent having already secured the Championship at the previous round.

The Light Enduro race win went to Max O'Shaughnessy ahead of Ben Leslie and Joshua Craft. Tom Golding was also absent having secured the Championship but Cameron Noble did enough to finish third overall in the Championship.

The Inter Enduro race podium matched the end of year Championship positions. Bobby Trundley won the Inter Enduro race and the 2016 Championship. Luke Cousins was second on the day and in the 2016 Series with Oli Peacock finishing third in both Round 10 and the Championship overall 

In the afternoon, the drivers faced cold, damp conditions in the Heats Championship. Tom Pughe beat Chris Carter to the Heavy race win but Carter managed to win the Heats Championship by just six points from Tomek Zaustowicz. Again, Golding was already secure as Lights Heats Champion whilst Cameron Noble confirmed himself as runner-up ahead of Jake Butler as Kameron Khan won the Lights final from Max O'Shaughnessy and Ben Leslie.

In the Inters class, Bobby Trundley won the round but Hollywood held on for fourth place and confirmed his Championship win by just eight points from the year's racing. Trundley finished the year as runner-up ahead of Chris Alcock whilst Cousins and Coppin completed the Round 10 podium.

Meanwhile, the long-awaited Daytona DMAX 2017 Championship  calendar is announced. Next year will mark the Super Series' 9th consecutive year and will showcase two all-new Championship venues   including PF International, Buckmore Park, Clay Pigeon, Whilton Mill and Shenington - as well as visits to Daytona's superb circuits in Milton Keynes, Sandown Park and Tamworth.

The UK's fastest Arrive&Drive Championship will continue to offer separate Sprint and Enduro Championships with separate races for each of the three weight classes.


Daytona Motorsport would like to thank all the drivers and extend its congratulations to the following Round 10 podium finishers:

Light Enduro
Max O'Shaughnessy
Ben Leslie
Joshua Craft
 
Inter Enduro
Bobby Trundley
Luke Cousins
Ollie Peacock
 
Heavy Enduro
Tom Pughe
Chris Munro
Tomasz Zaustowicz
 
Light Heats
Kameron Khan
Max O'Shaughnessy
Ben Leslie
 
Inter Heats
Bobby Trundley
Luke Cousins
Mike Coppin
 
Heavy Heats
Tom Pughe
Chris Carter
Chris Munro

Huge congratulations to the DMAX 2016 Champions who will be officially crowned at the DMAX Awards, Milton Keynes on 3rd December:

Light Enduro
Tom Golding
Tom Sibley
Cameron Noble
 
Light Heats
Tom Golding
Cameron Noble
Jake Butler
 
Inter Enduro
Bobby Trundley
Luke Cousins
Ollie Peacock
 
Inter Heats
Lee Hollywood
Bobby Trundley
Chris Alcock
 
Heavy Enduro
Chris Carter
Tomasz Zaustowicz
Adam Nakar
Gary Martin wins Super Heavy Championship
 
Heavy Heats
Chris Carter
Tomasz Zaustowicz
Lee Witney
Chris Munro wins Super Heavy Championship






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