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Old 28 Oct 2003, 17:17 (Ref:765995)   #1
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The Heats - Brdc Walter Hayes Trophy

The draw for the three heats of the BRDC Walter Hayes Trophy for FF1600 will be announced via the 'latest news' section of the BRDC website on Thursday evening.

The website address is: www.brdc.co.uk

The BRDC Walter Hayes Trophy takes place at Silverstone on Saturday/Sunday November 8-9th.

Entries are still available for owners of FF1600 cars.
Contact James.Beckett@brdc.co.uk

or download an entry form from the 'Walter Hayes Trophy' minisite on the homepage of www.brdc.co.uk
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Old 28 Oct 2003, 17:34 (Ref:766029)   #2
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A draw James??
After the experience of the Brands K of Ks' lack of seeding, why not seed them using your knowledge of their potential performance, past successes, current standings etc.
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Old 28 Oct 2003, 17:47 (Ref:766050)   #3
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'Draw' meaning the naming of three heats.
Don't worry diz a seeding has taken place !
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Old 29 Oct 2003, 06:29 (Ref:766565)   #4
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This sounds like it's going to be a good weekends racing.

Well done to James for all the work he's put in to get it organised.
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Old 29 Oct 2003, 07:45 (Ref:766627)   #5
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Excellent news about Joey F, BEB. I've heard David Leslie's Royale RP24 is nearly ready, is he on the list ??? If not why not!!
Then we could have Rick Morris in Ant Wills' PR21 (as at the FFF a few years ago), James Weaver in dhart's Reynard, Roberto Moreno in the Lingwood RF80 and Our Nige in a Hagen Crossle 32F. I've heard that DelBoy (Warwick) has declined the (in M/Sport) hackett Hawke though. This could become like Goodwood, with an FF flavour! You could make heat 1, the 'masters' race.
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Old 29 Oct 2003, 10:06 (Ref:766765)   #6
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Steve think id prefere John Pratt in my 84 reynard, Gilbert Scott in the other one,Mr Vergers in my RF90 and Trevor van Rooyen in my 25F (dont have an RP24!)
You may be onto something here steve, id give a car up for any of these FF legends - i had the privilege to look after Rick Morris and Ricard Peacock a few years ago at Oulton and Brands and what fantastic racing that was.
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Old 29 Oct 2003, 11:01 (Ref:766835)   #7
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I'm in the process of trying to sort something out for AK, but his old RF79 was last seen in Newark ! Might need to get in touch with Bailey, or GvonK for the Lola.
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Old 29 Oct 2003, 12:26 (Ref:766931)   #8
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Surely between all of us on here with all the people collectively we know - you could organise a "legends" race in their original cars....sure the BRSCC could waive an entry fee and put it on at the festival/walter hayes etc etc..
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Old 29 Oct 2003, 12:39 (Ref:766944)   #9
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Fantasy formula ford! I`ll have Dave Coyne,he could drive anything! The list is endless sounds like a job for Diz JEB. Brian Jones could get involved as an advert for his new Formula Ford festival book - maybe he`d sponsor it "high wide and handsom" i can see it now!
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Old 29 Oct 2003, 12:42 (Ref:766950)   #10
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We'd have to make sure it didn't clash with the golf, if we're going to get Our Nige in a Crossle again. Not sure if he'd drive the Javelin JL5 again though. Wonder who's got that now?
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Old 29 Oct 2003, 13:07 (Ref:766975)   #11
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Javelin last heard of [by me] as a School car at one of the Mallory Racing Schools. Thhe name Patrick Mulleady springs to mind.

It would be nice to get AK out again.

Anyone got a slightly damaged, black RF88 for Schumi to try again in?

How about Tommy Reid? You could run the event with all of his FF1600s', they would make a full grid themselves.
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Old 29 Oct 2003, 13:14 (Ref:766986)   #12
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JEB is Brian doing the commentry, or is it the regular Silvers crew. He said he'd not been invited when I saw him at BH, maybe there's some politics I'm not aware of ?

Dizzy - I'll ask if the Javelin is still in this area sometime.
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Old 29 Oct 2003, 21:22 (Ref:767505)   #13
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RUMOUR!

It looks like the number of entries is only a couple short of 60!
Well done James.

There must be a couple of drivers out there wanting to get three races for 200, an opportunity to photo with JYS and have the luxury of an F1 pit garage.

entries from www.brdc.co.uk
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Old 30 Oct 2003, 08:38 (Ref:767892)   #14
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Maybe 60 now as John Hutch is confirmed for a one off race for the University of Central Lancashire's Team UCLAN

Students to win the Walter Hayes?
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Old 30 Oct 2003, 09:49 (Ref:767951)   #15
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Which heat is JYS in? I hope he's in the 'legends' race with the other tartan F1 driver.
dhart - how about Wally Warwick for your Reynard - can he bring his own engine with him?
And Justin, we'd like Jan Magnusson in your VD, but you'll need to have cockit adjustable ride height and heavy wheels !!!
For the PRS's we want Tommy Byrne, Rick Morris and Alfonso Toledano - has anyone got a no for Alfie ??
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