BARC sec / Borough 19 - Kent Treasure Hunt – 19th February 2006
There were 67 points on offer and any tie breaker’s were sorted by using the shortest mileage.
Shaun Raynsford and his merry crew. They also won last year. Trophy, winners hats, bottle of champagne
"The Bus Bashers"
From Arriva buses in Dartford. Trophy and bubbly.
59 points (tie break)
From Dartford Tyres at Bexleyheath, Trophy and bubbly
"Booze Cruise 3"
Jane Anthony and her Borough 19 chum’s. Also won the longest time taken award ( A clock and a sports watch ).It took them 4 hours and 26 minutes!
|5th||55 points||"Bryers Fliers" ||Jason, Tania and Bryer Watkins plus birthday boy George ( on the 20th actually ). Won the birthday cake!|
Another Borough 19 team,
52.5 points (tie break)
Chin and Co. from Sevenoaks,
"Team Also Ran"
Graham, Charlotte and Stephen Barr. Also won the longest route taken award ( A set of suitcases ). They travelled 43 miles!
John Carter, formerly of "Motorsport News".
51 points (tie break)
Chris Bird with ( who ate all the chocolate buttons ) Amanda.
They also won the shortest mileage award ( Ratchet / extending screwdriver plus superglue ) 19 miles
Audrey Ratcliffe with Mary. First all female crew home. Trophy and bottle of wine
Andy Ratcliffe and John Baldwin. Won the Victor Meldrew Award, first person to phone saying he was "lost". ( Set of clamps and bottle of bubbly )
"The Tonbridge Titans"
Neil and Rosie Benfield with young ladies. Won the shortest time taken award ( A bag of Diggerland goodies ). They took 2 hours and 36 minutes.
Cheryl Tilbury and boyfriend Bob. Won the first team home award ( A digital tyre gauge )
Julie and Barry Morris plus friends. Won the funniest answer award, for question 56 about "Danelaw" a CATV cover, they put something to do with Danish bacon!! ( A bottle of whiskey )
"B19 Most popular member 2004 team!!"
Brian Winstone and his slightly embarrassed wife.. Won the best concourse award for his very smart Porsche V8 ( Special cufflinks and a silk scarf )
Steve Mead and family.
Peter Fletcher and his Maidstone historic vehicle team in a Toyota MR2 this year!.
John Chamberlain and son, in a Rolls Royce no less... Won the unluckiest team award, after getting lost twice.( Foot pump and bottle of bubbly ).
All 19 teams finished this year. Eric and Tim Falce had to non-start, along with Bob Nicholls whose wife was ill. The finish "treasure" was at Diggerland where everyone had admission to all the rides and the snow-park.
Pity it rained and rained.