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Four drivers entered the final two rounds of the Swift Sport Rallycross Championship with a mathematical chance of claiming the title, but it was the driver who started the weekend fourth in the points, a little way behind the leading trio, that came away with the biggest prize.

Tom Constantine leading the way to victory

By dominating the weekend and claiming a pair of wins at his home circuit, Tom Constantine (Richmond) secured the crown just 12 months after winning the Motorsport UK Junior Rallycross title. The title-fight went Constantine’s way when Max Weatherley (Faversham) spun out of the final in the penultimate round and the race had to be stopped, the same fate ending Dominic Flitney’s (St Ives) title hopes in the final round. Then, when Will Layton (Banbury) was forced off circuit in the last final of the year and dropped to the rear of the field, victory for Constantine was enough for him to take the honours. Ed Stallard (Worcester) finished on the podium in the season-finale. 

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