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Langworth Motorsport have been preparing cars for competition since 1989 and have been running cars in national and international events ever since with many class wins. Proving that a lot can be achieved without 'megabucks', as long as the commitment is there.

1989

1989 started with many class wins for Gawaine Clark and Neil Galjaard in road rallies in a Fiat Strada.
Gawaine and Neil progressed to the first stage rally at Manby in Lincolnshire,which was sponsored by MAD videos, achieving stage times in the top 20.
The stage was completed in a borrowed car running "knobblies" and worn road tyres on tarmac!
Gawaine and Neil were also part of the winning team in the Kwik-Fix Stages Rally.
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1990
Gawaine and Neil managed several top 20 finishes in a self-built Avenger 1600 - even though it was very underpowered (only 72 BHP at the flywheel).
Gawaine and Neil managed even more road rally class wins in the Fiat Strada including taking 6th position overall in the Cossack Rally.
Gawaine became Lincoln Motorcycle and Car Club's Champion Driver.
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1991

Started off with more top 20 finishes in the Avenger 1600, and then became part of the winning team in the Phoenix Stages Rally.
Changed the car for a 1600 Group N (showroom class) Peugeot 205 and finished 1st in group N and 13th overall at the Mad Videos Rally at Manby.
Gawaine and Neil, became the East Midlands Single Venue Champions.
Gawaine was awarded the Jack Timms Trophy for achievement in motorsport by Lincoln Motorcycle and Car Club.
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1992
This year we tackled the Peugeot Challenge, finishing 3rd overall and 1st rookie.

1993
This year we contested the British Clubman's Tarmac Challenge,finishing 2nd overall in the championship and winning the class five times and only failing to finish once with the first mechanical failure for the Team in two years. top

1994
This year the team purchased a Peugeot 205 1600 Group A car - that is, a Peugeot factory rally-team specification car.
At a Pre-Championship Rally, The Phoenix Stages, at Cadwell Park in the Group A car, Gawaine finished 1st in the class and 6th overall. The Co-Driver was Justine Beatty who won the seat in a Children in Need Auction and thoroughly enjoyed her day...a brilliant result for Gawaine with the extremely icy conditions, a new car and a new co- driver.!!!
Next we tackled the Mintex National Championship, with the following results:-
Round 1- THE WINTER NATIONAL, BOURNEMOUTH
We were leading in the 1600 Class..... until a serious crash took us out of the running.
Round 2- THE GRANITE CITY RALLY, ABERDEEN
In this round we came 3rd in the 1600 A Class.
Round 3- THE MANX NATIONAL RALLY, I- O- M.
The Team led in the 1600 A Class until the engine blew up !..
After leading F2 on several events bad luck and lack of sponsorship caused the Team to retire from The Mintex National championship.
October saw the Team in Le Touquet, France in a French Championship round on closed, tarmac roads.....after the rebuilding of the 1600 A engine!
The beginning of December the Team was at the A16 Cadwell Park Stages, finishing 1st in the 1600 Class and 12th overall.
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1995
This year the Team was mainly involved in foreign events.
In the Rallye des Geants the Team came 1st in the A6 Class by a clear 10 minutes which made us 41st overall.
In the 24 Hour Rally at Ypres the Team were 3rd in the A6 Class. This gave us 60th position overall.
At Cadwell the Team was 1st in their class and 10th overall.
Gawaine Clark again won the Jack Timms Trophy and was Lincoln Motorcycle and Car Club's Champion.
This is the year that Michael Brew and Breeshey Christian started racing in Manx events in a Vauxhall.
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1996
The Team raced a Renault Clio and was again mainly involved in foreign events.
This year the team was a winner of the Ypres - Le Touquet Challenge.
Gawaine took the Lincoln Motorcycle and Car Club Championship again.
Michael and Breeshey were driving a group A Peugeot 205 in B.T.R.D.A. Peugeot events:-
Round 1- WYEDEAN
The couple faced their first forest event on their first stage in the car. they were 1st in their class and 8th overall but had to retire due to a sick gearbox.
Round 2- TRACKROD STAGES
Michael and Breeshey came 12th overall and 2nd in their class in this event.
Round 3- SOMERSET STAGES
In this round they came 17th overall and 3rd in their class.
MANX AUTO RALLY
In this event Michael and Breeshey came 7th overall and 1st in their class. top

1997
The car this year was a Peugeot 306 S16.
The Team came 3rd in the class in The Tour of Lincs. Rally and 7th overall.
In the Ypres 24 Hour Rally we were 5th in the A7 Class,being the 1st non- kit car; the 1st Brit and the 2nd amateur. Overall the Team came 37th.
We tackled the Peugeot Rallysprint and came 3rd in a borrowed Peugeot 205.
In The Jim Clark Rally the team was 23rd overall, again in a borrowed car.
At Cadwell Park we were lying 8th when clutch failure put us out of the action.
Michael and Breeshey tackled the Peugeot 306 Challenge:-
Round 1- TOUR OF FLANDERS
Michael and Breeshey were 4th overall and 2nd juniors.
Round 2- TRACKROD STAGES
In this round they were again 4th overall and 2nd junior.
Round 3- FOREST ENTERPRISES STAGES
Bad news!...retirement due to engine trouble.
Round 4- E.M. STAGES
The couple came 3rd overall and were 1st Juniors.
Round 5- RALLYSPRINT STAGES
The finishing position here was 4th overall and 1st Juniors.
Round 6- PIRELLLI STAGES
Michael and Breeshey were 5th overall and 1st Juniors in this event.
Round 7- WALES
The pair unfortunately had to retire in this round.
Round 8- THE JIM CLARK STAGES
A bad accident meant another retirement for the team which meant that they finished up 4th overall and 2nd Junior team. top

1998
At Wyedean the team were 15th in the F2 class....... first time in the forest for four years.
In the Tour Of Lincs. Rally we were lying 6th overall and 1st in the class when we had to retire .... in a ditch!
At North Humberside the Team were 1st in Class N and 13th overall.
In The Quinton Stages we came in 2nd in Class F2 and 13th overall.
In The Plains Stages the Team were 1st in Class F2 and 17th overall.
At Ypres we were 4th in the class and 30th overall, with the fastest class times in several stages.
Michael and Breeshey made a bid for the British Open Championship in the Honda Civic VTI with the following results:-
Round 1- WALES.
A faulty petrol tank caused a very disappointing retirement.
Round 2- THE PIRELLI STAGES.
A brilliant round. They finished 1st in their class.
Round 3- SCOTTISH STAGES.
Another great round, Michael and Breeshey finished 2nd in their class.
Round 4- ULSTER STAGES.
The team were battling on the first day for the Junior 1st position when a broken suspension knocked them down to 3rd position.
Round 5- THE MANX STAGES. I- O- M.
A very serious accident at a point when the pair were lying 1st in their class and 13th overall, with a top ten average time on the first stage, meant that the Civic was a write-off and Michael and Breeshey had to retire when they were right at the top.
Michael and Bree were 2nd in the N2 British Championship in the Honda Civic.
Gawaine Clark and Robert Duck were the B.T.R.D.A. Class N2 Champions in the same car. (The title won with two of the rallies still to go.)
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1999
Michael Brew and Breeshey Christian geared themselves up to the big challenge of the Peugeot Super 106 Cup for the second year.
Gawaine and Bob debuted the Sapphire Cosworth at Cadwell, the first 4x4 experience for the pair. They finished 4th overall - only 5 seconds outside the top three.
TOUR OF LINCS
The team were lying 2nd overall until gearbox trouble caused them to fall to 7th overall and 2nd in the class.
Jason Moore and Andy Wilson finished 1st in their class in the Teams Peugeot 205 hire car.
RALLYE DE GEANTS
Turbo failure in the French Rally dropped the Team from the top 10.
OPPOSITE LOCK STAGES
Gawaine and Bob finished 2nd overall despite a broken gearbox leaving them in 3rd position for 10 miles. Using a screwdriver as a replacement gear lever gave them third and fourth gear for the last stage !!
Jason and Andy set some fast stage times but could not overcome the time lost early on in the event.
The Team also took part in the Ypres 24 hour Rally and the Tour of Flanders.
Michael and Bree were in the Peugeot Cup and struggled to find the speed necessary but managed a very credable 4th place on the narrow lanes of Ulster. A learning year for the crew who are geared up for an all-out attack on the Championship in 2000. top

2000
Michael Brew and Breeshey Christian tackled the ultra competitive Peugeot Super 106 Cup again, improving rapidly throughout the year becoming front runners of the first few rounds. they set many of the fastest stage times but luck wes not always with them and the finishing place of 5th in the championship did not represent the pace shown.
Gawaine and Bob tackled the Mintex Series ending the year 2nd in group N and 5th overall. A good result for the first year in the Subaru.
Jason came out of retirement to roll on the North Humberside Stages...and then went back into retirement... top

2001
Michael Brew and Breeshey Christian are again in the Peugeot Super 106 Cup.
Round 1- WIRRAL RALLY.
They came 7th in this event.
Round 2- RALLYE CHARLEMAGNE .
They came 5th in this event.
Round 3- SWANSEA BAY STAGES.
They came 5th in this event.
Gawaine and Bob took the rebuilt Subaru to France and finished an excellent 4th in Group N.
Gawaine and Helene did the Binbrook Rally and finished 9th overall.
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