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Old 11 Dec 2018, 12:55 (Ref:3869414)   #16
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Stuart, the only confirmed dates I know of are:

May 27th 2CV don't know which club runs this &
September 15th Alfa Romeo which I think is run by the BRSCC
Plus June 16th ‘Classic and Modern’ Motorsport Festival? Morgan Challenge and 500s are confirmed, I believe.
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Old 11 Dec 2018, 16:33 (Ref:3869474)   #17
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Plus June 16th ‘Classic and Modern’ Motorsport Festival? Morgan Challenge and 500s are confirmed, I believe.
Indeed it is Mike, that was the first date I knew (Post 5), I did have insider information though (i'm on the committee)
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Old 11 Dec 2018, 16:59 (Ref:3869478)   #18
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Be interesting to see a car lose it on the exit of the Elbow and clatter the barrier on the left before coming to rest unsighted in the middle of the track.
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Stuart, the only confirmed dates I know of are:

May 27th 2CV don't know which club runs this &
September 15th Alfa Romeo which I think is run by the BRSCC
The Superkarts normally seen @ Darley Moor are there on May 25th.
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Old 18 Dec 2018, 05:10 (Ref:3871050)   #20
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Woah that's a weird change to make, i only live a few miles away but i don't get down there as much as i used too thanks to the testing limits. Why on earth have they made it narrower! When they held Triumph live there a few years back they had an extra bridge temporarily built to accommodate the spectators that was much longer with the supports further apart, and it looked perfect. I always thought surely that was the future and the dodgy stick out support barrier would disappear along with the old bridge. This is just gonna funnel the guys who drop it exiting the elbow back onto the racing line.
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Stuart, the only confirmed dates I know of are:

May 27th 2CV don't know which club runs this &
September 15th Alfa Romeo which I think is run by the BRSCC
I have (being a bit of an fanatic of the place myself) tracked down what i believe to be all the dates planned for next year and put them on the Mallory Park support group page on facebook, but I'll stick them here too.



-5 May/750MC/Vee,Clio182,Classic Stock Hatch,750 Historic and 750 Formula

-25 May/BRSCC/Northern Formula Ford,Super Kart UK

-27 May/BARC/Hyundai Coupe Cup, Citroen 2CV

-16 June/CMMC/500ccF3,MorganChallenge and I believe whats broken away from BARC SE (cannons tin tops, DMN saloons and maybe intermarque)

-28 July/BARC/Pickups,C1 Sprints

-26 August/BARC/Pickups,Junior Saloons

-15 September/BRSCC/Track Attack,XRchallenge,MX5 Super Series(who have already had some people having a good whine about the place being a 'bike circuit' despite never hosting a round there)

And the boxing day meeting as ever.
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Old 18 Dec 2018, 05:43 (Ref:3871055)   #22
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15 September/BRSCC/Track Attack,XRchallenge,MX5 Super Series(who have already had some people having a good whine about the place being a 'bike circuit' despite never hosting a round there)
The MX5s have now been switched to Silverstone and replaced by the Alfa Romeo Championship and the Monoposto Tiedeman Trophy.
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I have (being a bit of an fanatic of the place myself) tracked down what i believe to be all the dates planned for next year and put them on the Mallory Park support group page on facebook, but I'll stick them here too.



-5 May/750MC/Vee,Clio182,Classic Stock Hatch,750 Historic and 750 Formula

-25 May/BRSCC/Northern Formula Ford,Super Kart UK

-27 May/BARC/Hyundai Coupe Cup, Citroen 2CV

-16 June/CMMC/500ccF3,MorganChallenge and I believe whats broken away from BARC SE (cannons tin tops, DMN saloons and maybe intermarque)

-28 July/BARC/Pickups,C1 Sprints

-26 August/BARC/Pickups,Junior Saloons

-15 September/BRSCC/Track Attack,XRchallenge,MX5 Super Series(who have already had some people having a good whine about the place being a 'bike circuit' despite never hosting a round there)

And the boxing day meeting as ever.
Good - that's looking promising and might even get to a few! It's a pity when some people sneer at the place though - perhaps just from seeing a circuit map. It's challenging to drive and I like it.
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Old 18 Dec 2018, 11:42 (Ref:3871110)   #24
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The MX5s have now been switched to Silverstone and replaced by the Alfa Romeo Championship and the Monoposto Tiedeman Trophy.
That's a shame they weren't even willing to give it a go and would rather run at a circuit that struggles to hold a wet race. But ah well, rather have the Alfas lol
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Good - that's looking promising and might even get to a few! It's a pity when some people sneer at the place though - perhaps just from seeing a circuit map. It's challenging to drive and I like it.
7 meetings in a year is certainly an achievement, only thing that concerns me is the amount of BARC meetings with only a few championships so far, they're known for cancelling those regularly. The place never gets the credit it deserves in my mind, teaches you a lot about patience on a race circuit, which I think a lot of the newer generation don't like to have, and therefore gets the reputation of being a car killer. But they're really not helping themselves with this change.
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Track Attack I believe are there twice next year aswell.Looks good though.
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Track Attack I believe are there twice next year aswell.
Indeed. They'll be at the Classic and Modern Motorsport event in June, and September's BRSCC meeting.
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Track Attack I believe are there twice next year aswell.Looks good though.
Oh awesome, They bring some mega grids and races, just a shame the MK1 MR2's are no longer with them. I think I heard that the Motorsports School sponsored open race they had at the Festival last year is looking to expand and we might get Combe-esque Saloons and GT deal too.

Having been over this on the support group, a lot of the bike guys don't seem to mind, I'm starting to wonder if the re-branded MSA requested this change on the pickups front, but even that doesn't make sense to me.
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, just a shame the MK1 MR2's are no longer with them.
Where have they gone, or have they just disappeared?
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Old 19 Dec 2018, 13:02 (Ref:3871403)   #30
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Where have they gone, or have they just disappeared?
Think they've dissolved back into the 750MC one where they started. I know they were dipping in numbers slightly but not into single figures. Last ran with Track Attack, I cant find anything now.
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