A well-attended and relaxed evening on December 10 at the Healey Museum in Vreeland saw the 2022 NKHTGT champions crowned, with drivers coming from Sweden, the UK and Germany to receive awards in this International series for pre-1966 GT and touring cars.
Overall Championship 2022:
1st Roelant de Waard (Shelby Mustang GT350) 216,4 points
2nd Jos Stevens (Lotus Elan) 193,8 points
3rd Barbara + Brian Lambert (MGB) 171,8 points
CT07 Bert Mets (Morris Cooper S)
CT08 Magnus Lillerskog (Lotus Cortina)
CT10 Bart-Jan Deenik (Ford Falcon Sprint)
GTS04 Robert Ingram (Lotus Elite)
GTS10 Jos Stevens (Lotus Elan)
GTS11 Barbara + Brian Lambert (MGB)
GTS12 Roelant de Waard (Shelby Mustang GT350)
GTP<2500 Mark Dols (Marcos 1800GT)
GTP>2500 Kennet Persson (Ford GT40)
The Michel Oprey Trophee, is a very special prize awarded to the most consistent driver over the entire season. This year’s winner was Hemmo Vriend. The former chairmen Frans van Maarschalkerwaart and Frits Campagne were named honorary members, while outgoing board members Bert Mets and René de Vries were also put in the limelight.
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