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Old 26 Dec 2021, 16:58 (Ref:4091363)   #1
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EVs on Hillclimbs

I was amazed to read on the Harewood website that they (in common with most speed event sites) will not accept EV entries any more because they can't comply with MSUK requirements for dealing with them.

I do not know the rights and wrongs , who said what to whom , when and why but what a(nother) spectacular own goal for motor sport . Like them or not (and I have no issue with normal road cars being EVs) , EVs are now mainstream . I have even seen a few on sprints etc . But now they're barred ...

An even bigger own goal than banning spectators from windy hilltops when most venues were open to the public.

Can anyone shed any light on this utter nonsense ?
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