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A mixed season for most series, including for Peter Auto, has meant that not all the usual participants were able to compete in all the races.  This has brought some interesting season winners to the fore.  

Peter Auto quite rightly gives as much importance to a class win as an overall win and has published its 28 class winners, starting with Xavier Datraut, who won the 2.0L Cup for 2021, the only series that has an overall winner and no classes.  In CER 1, though there were winners in each class, Emmanuel Brigand came away with the most points this season, driving a Chevron B19.  Frank Morel did likewise in CER 2, taking 104 points with his TOJ SC206 in the under 2-litre prototype class to Beat Eggimann’s 101 points in the same class.    In the highly contested Heritage Touring Cup, Maxime Guenat (FORD Capri RS 3100) scored more points than any other competitor, winning the TC2 Class, while Guy Fabrice Mestrot took the Index of Performance in his 1600 Ford Escort RS.  Yvan Mahé won the Sixties’ Endurance in a Shelby Cobra Daytona, narrowly beating Christophe Van Riet’s Cobra, and in the same series Simon Nobili took the index of Performance in his MGA.  

A mixed season for most series, including for Peter Auto, has meant that not all the usual participants were able to compete in all the races.  This has brought some interesting season winners to the fore.  

Peter Auto quite rightly gives as much importance to a class win as an overall win and has published its 28 class winners, starting with Xavier Datraut, who won the 2.0L Cup for 2021, the only series that has an overall winner and no classes.  In CER 1, though there were winners in each class, Emmanuel Brigand came away with the most points this season, driving a Chevron B19.  Frank Morel did likewise in CER 2, taking 104 points with his TOJ SC206 in the under 2-litre prototype class to Beat Eggimann’s 101 points in the same class.    In the highly contested Heritage Touring Cup, Maxime Guenat (FORD Capri RS 3100) scored more points than any other competitor, winning the TC2 Class, while Guy Fabrice Mestrot took the Index of Performance in his 1600 Ford Escort RS.  Yvan Mahé won the Sixties’ Endurance in a Shelby Cobra Daytona, narrowly beating Christophe Van Riet’s Cobra, and in the same series Simon Nobili took the index of Performance in his MGA.