Julian Godfrey of Heathfield became the third different British RX winner in as many events by claiming victory in the third round of Toyo Tires MSA British Rallycross Championship at Pembrey on Sunday.
The former champion started on pole position for the final by virtue of setting a pair of fastest times in the qualifying stages. He fended off early pressure from Oliver Bennett (Bristol) to pull out a convincing lead, enough to take his joker on the final lap and secure victory by almost six seconds at the finish.
The third podium position went the way of round one winner Nathan Heathcote (Ashford), who fought back from retiring from Q1 and not starting Q2. Fortunate to scrape onto the back of the grid, he climbed up the order through a well-timed joker lap strategy.
Welshman Tom Llewellin (Haverfordwest) remains unbeaten in every MSA Junior Rallycross Championship event he has ever competed in, by claiming victory at his home round of the series at Pembrey.
Llewellin faced a stiff challenge in the qualifying stages of the event, beaten off the start line on several occasions but was able to fight his way back through the order to qualify on pole position and win his third event of the year.
Roger Thomas (Llandysul) won on his debut in the Retro Rallycross Championship, racing his Group B MG Metro 6R4. Thomas led throughout the final, chased by the hard charging Ray Morgan (Hastings) while Irish driver Kevin Feeney (Hayes) drifted his way around the Pembrey Circuit to a podium finish.