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Traction 2016 - Round 4 Race Report
Sunday saw the final round of the Traction 2016 race series at Swifts Raceway in Sheffield. After 3 exciting rounds the finale was surely going to be one to remember. With the F1 title already decided all eyes were on the GT10, GT12 and LMP titles. Deacon was the clear favourite for the GT10 title although he was missing! With Mark Christopher also missing the closest challenger was Michelle Snowden. Craig Nutting was the favourite for both the GT12 and LMP classes. His consistency had really paid off even though he still hadn't been able to steal a victory. Everything was set for another great days racing.
Traction 2016 - Round 3 Race Report
Round 3 of the Traction series was expected to be a lot more tense than previous rounds with drivers starting to work out what positions they needed to keep their championship hopes alive. However, this didn’t seem to be the case. In usual fashion there was a very relax atmosphere in the pits as the days racing started to unfold. The track was very fast and flowing, it required a lot of aggression to stay competitive.
Traction 2016 - Round 2 Race Report
With a increased entry list, Traction 2016 was really starting to gain momentum for Round 2. Just like round 1 there was a generally relaxed atmosphere in the pits which encouraged even more friendly banter than usual. In Traction style the track was again fast a flowing to try and suit all the classes. Everything was set for another epic day.
Traction 2016 - Round 1 Race Report
Sunday saw the start of the Traction race series at Swifts Raceway. The revamped Autumn Shootout was back to sort the winners from the wannabes. Like last year the championship had attracted some of the UK's top drivers such as National champions Adam Catchpole, Darren Newton and Andy Murray. Also joining the field was newly crowned F1 Clubman champion Luke Lee. Once again the pit lane was full of activity and great banter before the track wars begun.