1st - Rhian Jones/Huw Gwyn Jones; Vauxhall Astra – 67 points
2nd - Lee Matthews/Yvonne Matthews; Volvo 940 – 65 points
3rd - Deio Hughes/Will Hughes; Citroen C2 – 61 points
4th - Natalie Jones/Jamie Jones Lucy Jones & Jamie A Jones; Ford Ranger – 49 points
5th - David Jones/Caian Williams; Peugeot 205 – 48 points
6th - Andrew Aitken/Jamie Aitken; Renault Clio – 43 points
7th - Dylan Hutchinson/Tracey Connah, Jake Hutchinson; MG ZR - 38.5 points
8th - Elis Hardy/Sion Rowlands; Volvo 340 – 37 points
9th - Aaron Lloyd/Guto Roberts; Nissan Micra - 34.5 points
10th - Adam Goodman/Hannah Stanfield; Peugeot 205 GTI - 28.5 points
DNF - Caroline Parry/Gruff Parry; MG B
Navigational Scatters are a fun type event where competitors can learn about map reading and are one of the first stepping stones to other motorsport events.
Competitors are given a random selection of locations to visit; there are no tests or timing other than reporting to the finish by a specified time. The emphasis is on navigation and crews must visit NO MORE THAN 75% of the locations listed in the instructions.
The event will start from Barnes Auto Engineering, Unit 4, Four Crosses, Menai Bridge, LL59 5RP and use O.S. Map 114 (Anglesey) for a Sunday afternoon navigational event around the island, collecting points from pre-plotted locations within a 3-4 hour time slot. This is not a speed event; the emphasis is on navigational skill and enjoying the day. There will be a minimum of two people per crew and families are welcome. Whoever collects the most points wins.
Please see regulations in early September for more information.