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Old 18 Mar 2004, 08:47 (Ref:908992)   #1
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Hillclimbs and Sprints

James,
OK I assume this is the forum.
As we said before it is now up to us to see if there is enough interest for our own forum.
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Old 18 Mar 2004, 10:48 (Ref:909108)   #2
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I think a separate forum for Hillclimbing and Sprinting would be a good thing . Meanwhile if you have a decent internet connection go to www.joyrainey.net and have a look at the video clips
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Old 18 Mar 2004, 10:52 (Ref:909110)   #3
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Do either of you fellas know where i can find some official UK Hillclimb regs as i'm considering my first self build but have had no luck with the MSA website.Your feedback would be much appreciated,cheers.
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Old 18 Mar 2004, 11:21 (Ref:909132)   #4
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Russ,you need to look in the MSA Blue book which all competitors will have.Do you know any hillclimb competitors near you?
Also it may help to look at some old entry regs to see classes you can run in.
What sort of car are thinking of building?
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Old 18 Mar 2004, 11:25 (Ref:909138)   #5
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Russ,
I will be doing the Wiscombe hillclimbs on 24th and 25th April,if you came along we could have a chat and you could see what it is all about,types of car etc.
Wiscombe is near Beer.Devon
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Old 18 Mar 2004, 11:30 (Ref:909144)   #6
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The Blue Book will show standard MSA classes and also the general technical regs. I think you need to look at these (and check the championship you will run in as some have changes/different specs) When you chose your class, you might find there are specific regs for that - Formula Ford for example. I guess the best thing is to go to a meeting and discuss the people in the class you are looking at.
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Old 19 Mar 2004, 16:04 (Ref:910880)   #7
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Excellent,cheers fellas.I want to build a single seater with a motorbike powerplant.I'll have another look on the MSA website for the 'Blue Book';and thanks for the offer Listernoble i might just take you up on that,what club are you with? Thanks again.
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Old 19 Mar 2004, 16:11 (Ref:910884)   #8
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Clubs

Clubs and Championships
Ginetta G17 single seater and G15 turbo in
Ginetta owners club championship
Hagley and District (Loton) club championship
Paul Matty classic championship
HSA Aldon/HSA championship
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Riley 9 Special in some
Riley Register and VSCC events

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Old 19 Mar 2004, 16:42 (Ref:910902)   #9
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lister - and the rest - ever region has a champion ship ie - the ACSMC speed championship, and then there are other roaming series (which are usaully the best) such as the Circuit Driver Championship and the Sevenoaks speed league.

see here for regs / calendars etc

www.sevenoaksmotorclub.com
has regs, results and championship regs.
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I love the thought of a hillclimb section. Quite a few of us do all of the Midland hills, and there's a real good spirit between the marshals and the drivers. You'll also find a few of us at Gurston especially on August BH Monday. I'll probably wear my special Hill Climb t-shirt. Aquired on holiday in NZ where they do a lot of walking and climbing in the Southern Alps. It reads:

'Altitude and Attitude.
Up a mountain - down a beer'

The perfect motor racing week-end, in my opinion.
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Old 20 Mar 2004, 10:21 (Ref:911825)   #11
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Where about in Wolves u too mate? I used to have the pleasure of residing in sunny Wednesfield (the posh end he he)
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