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Nigel Bigwood

5 Sep. 1954 - Feb. 2005

1979 A.S.W.M.C. Hill Climb / Sprint Speed champion, using a Hartwell Imp engine.


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Interview, Nigel Bigwood. - Autosport 1989 Oct 5



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1980 A.S.W.M.C. Hill Climb / Sprint Speed champion.

When the Werrington Park Hillclimb Course was first used in 1980, Nigel Bigwood set the first mark at 40.80s in his Ensign F3 single seater, a car which later went to many wins and course records in the hands of Kevitt Payne.

British Sprint Championship 1981-1982 Nigel Wood got good results driving a (libre) 3.4-litre March 76A/78A [1] - Ford GAA V6
Nigel Bigwood: British Sprint Championship 1981 (6 Run-Offs), 1982 (7 Run-Offs and one win at Lydden Hill in May 1982)

He drove a 2.5 Toleman-Hart/PMED TG280 on 16 April 1989 at Pembrey and finished 6th; then on 23 April on Curborough, he won. And he won again the 14th May on Ingliston. The 2nd on 21 May on Curborough. He didn't finish in Blackpool 28 May. Fourth in New Brighton, 10 June, etc.
He drove a 3.0 Toleman-Coswoth DFV TG191 on 7 April 1991 at Pembrey and finished 3rd

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Nigel Bigwood, British Sprint Championship 20042004 ASWMC Sporting Trials Champion (as a member of the Bristol MC)

Loton Park, March 2005: "There were some lovely Classic and Historic cars present the nicest being Fyrth Crosse's Ensign F3. This car started off with Dempster Racing and was driven by Mike Wilds. It then went to David Franklin and then onto Nigel Bigwood. Fyrth acquired it two years ago and it has been lovingly restored and is immaculate."