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HSCC Anglesey
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13 Jul 2019 to 14 Jul 2019 07:30 to 18:00
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Location: Anglesey

HSCC first ever visit to the circuit.

Hopefully to include stand alone Formula Atlantic races, along with Derek Bell (F5000 etc), HF3, HFF and FF2000 as well as other usual HSCC grids.
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Old 15 Jul 2019, 14:39 (Ref:3917849)   #31
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In a very random end of Sunday meeting with an Aussie racer who told me he goes to Philip Island for the Bikes but not cars (he lives right out on the West coast), he reckoned Anglesey, as a track and with the welcome shown by the circuit, was just as good as PI for club racing purposes.
I am convinced that if Anglesey and its situation/scenery was located on the Essex, Kent or Hampshire coasts with decent road access it would be the home of the British GP and one of the best loved circuits in the world. Imagine the TV views of F1 cars through the corkscrew with the sea and a “south coast Snowdon” in the back ground?!
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Agreed, Andy - looking forward to this weekend - especially as on the International Circuit that we do on Saturday (and which I've never driven before) we'll have a full 42 car grid as our Future Classics are combined with Modern Classics.


Just have to remember to turn left instead of going down the Corkscrew on Saturday
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Agreed, Andy - looking forward to this weekend - especially as on the International Circuit that we do on Saturday (and which I've never driven before) we'll have a full 42 car grid as our Future Classics are combined with Modern Classics.


Just have to remember to turn left instead of going down the Corkscrew on Saturday
Have a good day - the only (minor) shame about the last weekend was that the Corkscrew was not used !
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Ah - we're having a rare double-header so using Coastal (with the corkscrew) on Sunday.
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Ah - we're having a rare double-header so using Coastal (with the corkscrew) on Sunday.

I've been thinking that HSCC could do a split 2 day even with coastal on one day and the full circuit in the other (for the larger grids).

So long as the likely number of cars entered does not compromise the specific configuration's licence (or rather the number of entries received and runnable) that would make for a really entertaining weekend for all.

The shorter version on day 2 would make sense to allow for attrition on day one!
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CSCC have had to be a little creative with the merging of different series to manage the lower numbers allowed on the Coastal circuit - the Future Classics 70s classes are merged with one of the Swinging Sixties groups on Sunday
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CSCC have had to be a little creative with the merging of different series to manage the lower numbers allowed on the Coastal circuit - the Future Classics 70s classes are merged with one of the Swinging Sixties groups on Sunday

Hmm.

With careful deployment of a few traffic cones they could run on both configurations at the same time surely?

Probably end up with very similar lap times?
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Galleries up for all but FF/FF2000 and FJ, plus Tom Pryce Moment. All this Welsh scenery - makes one pine for some Silverstone fencing - not !!
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Oh, and I should have said how good it was to hear some experience and knowledge on the PA at the weekend - including riffing on Imp variants during the rather uneventful Historic Saloons race. Thank you Messrs Titchmarsh and Pye.
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I see there is a piccie of Iain in the March and the description "the indefatigable motivator Iain Rowley".... in this week's Autosport report on the meeting. (P71-72)
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Thanks for the photos dwh –*never been, looks a great circuit. Strange to see the track doubling back on itself without barriers in this day and age.
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I see there is a piccie of Iain in the March and the description "the indefatigable motivator Iain Rowley".... in this week's Autosport report on the meeting. (P71-72)
What does that mean Chris.
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What does that mean Chris.



Thin driver?


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