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17.12.14 troph_1 Successful presentation evening ends a good season as we look to next year.

The dinner and dance evening proved once again the generosity of the Autograss community, with £2000 raised for the Oswestry Bone Cancer charity. Just shy of that amount was raised on the night, with Simon Bentley making a personal donation to achieve the round figure in recognition of their incredible efforts.
It was huge amount of hard work that made the end of season presentation such a success and it was, as always, a fitting celebration to a good year with Rob Corbett and Sue Herdman picking up class trophies aswell as the silverware for the overall men’s and ladies titles. Matt Owen and Rhys Griffiths also collected their trophies as the Junior winners, along with all the other stars of the year; there were some hugely deserving new winners in amongst the seasoned regulars, and a number of drivers to watch in the seasons to come.
As many competitors regroup from the 2014 season, there are a large number readying their cars for the Autosport International show in just over three weeks time. We will soon be bringing you a review of the 2014 season and a preview of next year, but also don’t forget to keep up to date with the BAS and NASA Facebook pages as we bring you shots of new cars as they emerge between now and the start of next season and beyond, and also coverage of the shiny new machinery at the NEC. 

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John Whitehouse takes the class nine win; Phil Rogers takes the title.

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The class six title is made easy for Gould, while Taylor sits it out.

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