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Honours go to father and son in 2019 Caithness Autocross Championship


By Alison Cameron


Peter Campbell (front centre) receives the championship shield from outgoing 2019 chairman Craig Manson at the Caithness Autocross Club’s AGM held in Watten – with son Kian Campbell, junior champion, alongside as other club members look on.
Peter Campbell (front centre) receives the championship shield from outgoing 2019 chairman Craig Manson at the Caithness Autocross Club’s AGM held in Watten – with son Kian Campbell, junior champion, alongside as other club members look on.

Brora's Peter Campbell won the Caithness Autocross championship for 2019.

While his son Kian clinched the junior championship.

During a hectic summer season last year Peter, driving a powerful Peugeot 206 Xsi in Class 3 for cars 1401cc to 1700cc turned in some amazing times on tricky terrain to clinch the title.

Just to keep the honours in the family Kian put in some enviable high speed driving to lift the junior championship driving a Nissan Micra in Class 1 for cars up to 1000cc.



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