The only available information is the Belgian Timekeepers' website from where this information is extracted.
Jeremy Timms won the Mono2000 class of the F3 race in a TopMarx/Purcell F301 Toyota, with Ollie Sirrell forsaking his Zetec for Malcolm Scott's Vauxhall engined F398. Richard Purcell was third. The MSV F3 race was won by Aaron Steele, 3rd overall behind 2 Austrian F307 Mercedes. Matt Draper and Dave Karaskas completeed the MSVF3 podium.
In the Monoposto Race 1 Peter Venn had an overall win, with Dax Ward in his Jedi Mk6 taking second from Dan Clowes. Malcolm Cook led the 1800 class home, with Peter Bragg being in the Classic class for this race (vide timesheets). Club administrator Simon Davey showed his immense experience by winning 1600 by 13 seconds from Nigel Davers.
In the first 5 laps, Peter Venn just headed off Jim Blockley by no more than a couple of seconds, sometimes less, with Dax Ward and Dan Clowes behind. At this stage, the 1600 class was close too as Simon headed Nigel by only a few seconds. Jon Reed was out after 3 laps.It was on lap 6 that Dax passed Jim whose pace reduced slightly and on lap 7 he was caught by Dan. Star Ginetta racer Chris Dittman, in the TFR Van Diemen Mono Classic, looked to be catching Jim but time ran out on him. Jason Timms drove a Speads, which is a new combination, to 7th overall.
A word for the ever cheerful in adversity Peter Whitmore who, after a few problems in the UK, had a (presumably) flawless run to 13th in the VD RF05, and also Paul Heavy who, after some issues in earlier years, had a good run to 18th. Commiserations to Jim Timms and Prajesh Shah who didn't get out, and also to Jeremy Goodman who after setting great times on Friday invoked hi Spa jinx.
Jeremy Timms took top spot in the Mono 2000 race, and finished a creditable 9th overall against the more powerful and newer F3 cars. Richard Purcell was second and Graham Read, the only other finisher in Mono 2000, took the other podium step.
Giving away 5 years of age of car and a Renault rather than a Mercedes, Aaron Steele not only won the MSVF3 class but won the race overall. Chris Needham was second in class and, on her first ever meeting at Spa, Kat Impey took third spot.
In the Mono race, 1000 class honour was restored as Dan Clowes won from Mark Fortune with Peter Venn in third, but winning Mono Classic. Dax Ward began by chasing Peter, with Chris Dittman fifth in the TFR VD Zetec 2000, but on lap 3 Jim Blockley passed Chris and then on lap 6 passed Dax to end fourth on the road, second Classic. Chris fell back a little, and finished 6th overall behind Peter Bragg who fought up to fifth overall and had Chris Dittman worried. Dax Ward looked from the live timing to have had a troubled final lap, 18 seconds off his pace, and so whilst he took 3rd 1000, he ended 7th. Jason Timms and Geoff Fern looked to be having a battle of the lookalikes (Speads and JKS). Geoff's race ended after 7 laps.
Malcolm Cook had 1800 pretty much to himself, but the race of the day looked to be Nigel Davers and Simon Davey (resolved in favour of the Wiltshire IT Wizz) whose 1600's were rarely over a second apart, and usually within 1/4second.
Commiserations to those who didn't finish and since this report is written purely from the live timing, I hope there's nothing serious in the non-finishers, and that everybody had a good time. I look forward to reading the real report.....
Disclaimer: The above represents only the unofficial view of the writer and not of the Monoposto Racing Club in any way whatsover.