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Latest Boss Racing Results

Keep up to date with the latest race results for the Boss Racing cars and drivers. Full details can be downloaded from each race summary in a PDF format.

1st September 2019

CSCC Gold Arts Magnificent Seven Series

Brands Hatch GP Circuit

The stage was now set for what Autosport described as “frantic action” and that’s what we got. Christian leap-frogged Tim from the second row of the grid but Tim soon passed him to build a comfortable lead, while Jonathan and Colin tussled for fourth. A safety car interlude encouraged Jonathan to be the first of the Boss runners to make his pit stop with Christian following him.


1Tim DavisCaterham C400 240040:22.905
2Christian PittardCaterham 7 250040:22.952
3Colin WatsonCaterham C400 (NO 92) 240040:23.126
4Gary BateCaterham CSR 240040:37.896
5Jonny PittardCaterham CSR (S/C) 250041:46.157
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25th - 26th August 2019

CSCC Open Series

Brands Hatch

Drivers of Boss Racing-supported cars took a clean sweep of the grid for the first of the two Verum Builders Open Series races. Tim Davis (C400 2400) was quickest, followed by Christian Pittard (Seven 2500), Colin Watson (C400 2400 “Spa Special”), Hugh Coulter (C400 2000) and Richard Carter, who had replaced the 2.5L engine in his R300 with a 2.0L unit. Peter Hargroves (Superlight R 2000) was tenth and the father and son team of Will and Charlie Redman started 15th in their 420R 1998.


1Christian PittardCaterham 7 250030:01.514
2Colin WatsonCaterham C400 (NO 92) 240030:03.196
3Tim DavisCaterham C400 240030:29.210
4Richard CarterCaterham R300 200030:12.795
5Smith / Moulton-SmithBMW M3 Evo E36 324630:17.390
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1Tim DavisCaterham C400 240015:12.176
2Colin WatsonCaterham C400 (NO 92) 240015:19.761
3Darren DowlingTVR Sagaris 700016:00.772
4Richard CarterCaterham R300 200016:01.148
5Dean CookTVR Sagaris 700015:54.552
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20th - 21st July 2019

CSCC Gold Arts Magnificent Seven Series


Jonny took the lead when the lights went out but a small mistake dropped him behind the duelling duo of Colin and Gary Bate. After 19 laps and a mandatory pitstop, Colin took the flag to win by just under a second. Hugh lost a place due to a 60-sec penalty for pit lane speeding but still finished eighth and second in class. Tim, who’d stormed from a pit-lane start to 20th overall just failed to pip the Powells for fourth in class. Peter was 31st and second in class but Graham was a non-starter due to a second gear selector spring breakage.


1Colin WatsonCaterham C400 (NO 92) 240031:01.244
2Gary BateCaterham CSR 240031:02.137
3Jonny PittardCaterham CSR (S/C) 250031:37.247
4Davis WatsonSpire RB7 144031:37.405
5Bill AddisonCaterham C400 230032:01.564
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1Davis WatsonSpire RB7 144021:10.068
2Bill AddisonCaterham C400 230021:24.985
3Bruce WilsonCaterham CSR Superlight 230021:39.451
4Tim BishopCaterham 7 Roadsport 200021:40.569
5Hugh CoulterCaterham C400 200021:40.996
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27th - 29th June 2019

Spa Summer Classic


It was an eclectic mix of cars but qualifying suggested that two runners in particular, a Zakspeed Turbo Capri and a Cobra replica, would need to be watched, in addition, of course, to the rapid Nuttall. And it was these three cars which duly secured the first three places in the opening race. Tim and Colin finished second and third in the Caterham section.


1Peter MuckeFORD Zakspeed Turbo Capri31:28.675
2Christian NowakCN-Cobra31:32.406
3Stephen NuttallCATERHAM Supersport31:34.927
4Tim DavisCATERHAM C40032:10.099
5Peter BrouwerLOLA 88/9032:39.976
6Colin WatsonCATERHAM C40032:54.171
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1Stephen NuttallCATERHAM Supersport32:33.652
2Peter MuckeFORD Zakspeed Turbo Capri32:43.610
3Tim DavisCATERHAM C40032:45.102
4Peter BrouwerLOLA 88/9033:43.678
5Colin WatsonCATERHAM C40034:01.149
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1Christian NowakCN-Cobra32:04.575
2Tim DavisCATERHAM C40032:18.785
3Glenn DudleyLOLA Wright32:57.065
4Colin WatsonCATERHAM C40033:04.661
5Peter BrouwerLOLA 88/9033:24.275
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27th May 2019

CSCC Gold Arts Magnificent Seven Series

Oulton Park International

Much of the day’s racing had been affected by showers but this was something different. It was supposed to be the last race of the day and the cars were on the grid but it was, quite literally, a wash-out. That meant our drivers competed in just one race at the Classic Sports Car Club’s Cheshire Challenge Meeting. Oulton Park’s a long way to go for just one race, especially if you’ve got to make the journey from Kent twice. But on the credit side, we did get a second place and had the pleasure of seeing one of our drivers play himself back in after a year’s lay-off with a class win.


1Stephen NuttallCaterham Supersport 240040:01.086
2Tim DavisCaterham C400 240041:31.762
3Anthony BarnesCaterham 420R 200041:48.901
4Justin ArmstrongCaterham 7 420R 200042:19.072
5Hugh CoulterCaterham C400 200040:02.473
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5th May 2019

CSCC Gold Arts Magnificent Seven Series

Silverstone International Circuit

Mindful of his clutch problems, Christian eased his car off the line at the start of the race and dropped down to fourth, so it was Tim who took up the initial chase of pole-sitter Stephen Nuttall. It was gratifying to note that our quickest runners were now closer to the highly competent and experienced Nuttall than they were at Snetterton.


1Stephen NuttallCaterham Supersport40:06.893
2Tim DavisCaterham C400 240040:15.341
3Christian PittardCaterham 7 250040:15.725
4Richard CarterCaterham R300 250040:17.897
5Ben SimondsCaterham Supersport 180040:55.279
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1Tim DavisCaterham C400 240015:18.220
2Christian PittardCaterham 7 250015:19.516
3Stephen RileyMK Indy R 158515:59.559
4Ben SimondsCaterham Supersport 180016:00.046
5Steve OwenCaterham 7 230016:33.643
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6th April 2019

CSCC Gold Arts Magnificent Sevens Series

Snetterton 300

In the race Nuttall drove superbly to dominate proceedings, although Colin livened things up with a late-braking move on Christian and Tim in to the first corner. Nuttall was able to stretch out a 4.5 sec lead by the end of the first lap and kept it after the pitstops chased by Tim and Christian. At the finish Christian was 21 sec behind with Tim demoted from third to fourth for some exuberant driving – aka track limits.


1Stephen NuttallCaterham Supersport 240040:51.110
2Christian PittardCaterham 7 250041:12.887
3Gary BateCaterha CSR 240041:27.128
4Tim DavisCaterham C400 240041:29.688
5Richard CarterCaterham R300 250042:10.953
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7th October 2018

CSCC Gold Arts Magnificent Sevens

Mallory Park

In a lively race Colin, who likes Mallory, quickly surged to the front with Christian second and Tim third. But he had to make an early pitstop to replace a broken wing that was rubbing dramatically on the front tyre. Then, on lap 13, he was squeezed onto the grass by a back marker and went off ending his race. Christian suffered clutch failure, while Hugh had a moment and left the track.


1Tim DAVISCaterham C400 240040.39.338
2Peter RadcliffeCaterham C400 230040.46.628
3Richard CarterCaterham40.50.050
4Ryan LewisCaterham CSR 20041.20.919
5StephenMK Indy R 158541.23.002
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