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Old Yesterday, 16:42 (Ref:3885059)   #1846
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Thanks for that, I had read snippets and rumours but not the full article. It will hopefully revive the ailing super touring categories which have had pretty mixed success on track.
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Old Yesterday, 18:16 (Ref:3885077)   #1847
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Do they mean Grp1 appendix or BTCC 1,5? In both case they'll have to sale at least 205/60x13 or something close offering the same overall diameter.
It’s all on the HSCC website.... https://hscc.org.uk/championships/du...aloon-car-cup/
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Old Yesterday, 18:41 (Ref:3885083)   #1848
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Merci Mike. Guess what? I just convinced some youngsters of my club to build a… Grp1,5! Argument is that Grp1 almost disappeared here two/three years ago. As predictable from a successful grid of forty cars, the lack of serious in scrutineering and year to year major changes led to a total mess. The organiser then decided to split from the official championship and now its almost a "anything with four wheels" tin top category.
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Thanks for that, I had read snippets and rumours but not the full article. It will hopefully revive the ailing super touring categories which have had pretty mixed success on track.
The Kiwis seem to be mad for the STs. Odd, seeing as they couldnt afford them as their main touring car class back in the day. They had “Schedule S” which became Super Production or Group N+.
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Merci Mike. Guess what? I just convinced some youngsters of my club to build a… Grp1,5! Argument is that Grp1 almost disappeared here two/three years ago. As predictable from a successful grid of forty cars, the lack of serious in scrutineering and year to year major changes led to a total mess. The organiser then decided to split from the official championship and now its almost a "anything with four wheels" tin top category.
Same reason mine is built to gr1.5 Gerard. There's a guy over here running a 2.9 in a Mk1 Capri! Claimed he couldn't find an Essex anywhere and he had a 2.9 in his garage😂
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Héhéhé, Terence this on takes the cake! I thought we were champions for bad excuses. I sold my 951 last Sat and the gy asked where I intended to go with a appendix Grp1. Could not find a reasonable answer…
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