Updated: Nov 11, 2021
The Prescott Season Finale came to a close on Sunday for Round 5 of the BOC Championships, signing off the 2020 season with a wet and entertaining afternoon of action.
Similar to Saturday, drivers in the New Barn, Henney's and BOC All-Comers Championship's were faced with tricky conditions after a constant downpour of rain throughout the night transitioned late into the morning.
Eynon Price again finished with the fastest time of the day, improving by a small amount with a 43.72 up the hill in his Force TA, followed by Pete Tatham for the second fastest time of the day on 50.67 in his OMS 25.
The Henney's Cider Classic Speed Championship took to the hill first with Stephen Akers claiming first on handicap in the Class P3 in his Morris Mini Cooper, while Richard Jones and his Porsche 911 took the top spot in the Class P4.
Phil Fisher again topped the Class M1 in his Mallock Mk11 as did Jeremy Richards Fletcher in his Triumph Special for the Class M2 to round off the Henney's Championship.
The New Barn RS Interclub License Championship took to the hill next with Sam Wilamowski taking first in his BMW E30 318i in the NB1 Saloons as Steve Perry and his Mazda MX5 finished top in the NB2 Sports category.
Finally the BOC All-Comers lined up at the start line, with Jonnie Toon and his Peugeot 106 Quicksilver claiming first in the B1 Class. While in the B2 Class, Rodney Eyles again took the top spot in his Alfa Romeo 4C.
Dominic Hentall lastly took first in the B3 Class in his Lanci Aurelia to close off the competition at Prescott for the year.
Everyone at the BOC would like to thank all competitors and marshals for today's event and support throughout this difficult year. We wish everyone good health and look forward to seeing you next year for the 2021 season here at Prescott Hill Climb.