With unchanged class divisions once again, the 1972 BSCC set off again.
Brian Muir had changed his Camaro for a works Capri, one of the two 1972 cars built by the works for private custmers - the other one went to Belgium. Gardner retained his SCA Camaro, and that sums up the frontrunners in class D. The RS1600 Escort was the car to have in class C with Martthews clearly the fastest of the bunch; the Mini was revived in class B, where Buncombe beat the Escorts five times. But once again the Sunbeam of McGovern clunched the championship, winning his class in every race.
British Saloon Car Championship