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The first P1 SuperStock Champion of the Panther-era was Pertemps pair John Wilson and Neil Scarborough. They recorded a 121-point tally, four higher than their nearest rivals Peters & May in second despite not scoring in the final Grand Prix of the Sea of the season.
Three weekend victorious helped the Pickfords pair of Dean Stoneman and Dean Paling beat Typhoo to the title by an impressive 43 points with Pertemps and Edox a further two points back.
A condensed calendar in 2013 played in the favour of MBY Allam Marine who held off late pressure to win the trophy ahead of P1 Marine Foundation and Pertemps. American duo Andy Biddle and Tracy Blumenstein held the trophy aloft thanks to large points hauls from the opening two rounds.
The blockbuster series saw GD Environmental Services – James Norvill and Charlie Parsons-Young – notch a 278-point haul to claim top spot, ahead of second-placed IFX Racing by 17 points, with the help of a resounding final round victory.
It was a close finish in 2015 as just six points separated Flying Panther in first and second-placed Pertemps. Big victories in the opening round in Scarborough and a strong showing in Cardiff helped lift Nick Williams and Martin Robinson in the Flying Panther past the chasing pack.
What a debut year it was for the Pertemps team of Sam and Daisy Coleman as they were formidable in their pursuit of a title. Three Grand Prix of the Sea victories out of five was enough to see them beat Quantum Racing by 47 points.
It came down to the final race of the season as a three-round series was won by Sam and Daisy Coleman in the Pertemps Panther. Their second successive victory didn’t end as comfortably as a year prior courtesy of Milford Waterfront’s superb performance in the closing round.