Amongst the various championship announcements that come at this time of year, the Masters have declared their winners. These include Mike Cantillon, who took the FIA Historic Formula One title for post-‘78 cars with his Williams FW07C, and Lukas Halusa, who scored six wins from 12 starts to take pre-‘78 honours. Steve Brooks (Lola T70 Mk3B), shares the 2021 FIA Sportscar title with Tom Bradshaw, who drove his Chevron B19 to equal points overall, while Chevron B8 pair and Bonnier class winners Charles Allison and Peter Thompson were joint runners-up. John Spiers took the pre-‘66 category in his McLaren M1B.
Shaun Lynn (Peugeot 908 HDi FAP) became the undisputed Masters Endurance Legends prototype champion and Michael McInerney took the GT division with his Mosler MT900R by a single point. Andrew Haddon won the 2021 Gentlemen Drivers title in his Lotus Elan with a slim points advantage over the rapid C2 class winners Mark Holme and Jeremy Welch (Austin Healey 3000). The under two-litre cars fended off the Mustangs and Galaxies to win the Pre-‘66 Touring Car championship, with the pairing of Marcus Jewell and Ben Clucas sharing top honours with Richard Dutton, both on 24 points driving Lotus Cortinas.
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