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Old 27 Jul 2009, 20:45 (Ref:2509475)   #1
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CSCC, Silverstone August 1st

Anyone had tickets through for this yet?
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Old 27 Jul 2009, 21:05 (Ref:2509488)   #2
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Anyone had tickets through for this yet?
I believe passes are being sent soon.. you should have them by wed/thurs..
See you there..
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Old 28 Jul 2009, 10:02 (Ref:2509793)   #3
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Will be there with Brian (Blue Jag no 3). Coffee/tea available if you want to drop by & say hello in the paddock.
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Old 28 Jul 2009, 10:45 (Ref:2509811)   #4
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Folks

The entry lists are looking good - Swinging Sixties has a full grid with something like 10 reserves (they will all get to race with the Future Classics anyway); Tin Tops has 35 entered (the best entry yet) and the Sports Vs Saloon race has 35 also. Should be a good meeting.
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Old 28 Jul 2009, 17:10 (Ref:2510069)   #5
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Just had tickets through this morning, the entry list is massive to say the least.
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Old 28 Jul 2009, 17:28 (Ref:2510079)   #6
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Just had a quick look at the entry and it stacks up like this
Swinging sixties - 53 entries
Mono's 1000/1400/1800 - 30 entries
Jags - 33 entries
Tin tops - 33 entries
Future classics (with Magnificent sevens) - 45 entries
Mono's 2000/classic 2000/formula 2000/ mono 1600- 28
Sports v Saloon's - 34
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Old 29 Jul 2009, 11:52 (Ref:2510681)   #7
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Good grids, nice cars......... I will be there as long as the tickets have arrived (or even if they haven't).

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Old 2 Aug 2009, 06:59 (Ref:2513701)   #8
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A great shame that the weather was so poor. Thanks folks for all your efforts, it must have been fairly miserable & I think that collectively we kept you pretty busy as the track was very slippery. Sorry! I enjoyed my racing but retired from the Sports Vs saloon race as I just thought that discretion was the better part of valour, with standing water on the back staright and spray so bad that I could'nt see even the high vis lights of the cars in front.

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Old 2 Aug 2009, 10:14 (Ref:2513801)   #9
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Disappointed to have had to miss this, despite the weather. My wife has strained a back muscle (I told her gym wasn't healthy) and so needed stuff doing for her.
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Old 2 Aug 2009, 10:59 (Ref:2513826)   #10
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Kept you busy

thank you boys and girls, it was great to see you looking so cheerful despite the weather's best efforts to drown us all. I have bought the kids a suzuki jeep for green laning and I think I would have been quicker in that than the big Green Jag!!!
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Old 2 Aug 2009, 15:31 (Ref:2514013)   #11
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Well I enjoyed myself down at Becketts inside despite the wet - certainly preferred to be standing in it than driving! One or two surprise visitors to the grass and gravel in our vicinity, but most of you were kind enough to keep Jason & co busy on the outside

Quite amazing how certain cars seemed to cope fantastically well, whilst others were clearly much less settled with that much water to float along on.

Thanks to those who waved back to us - presumably those who didn't were too busy hanging onto the wheel (or maybe looking at flag points instead of us .....)
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Old 2 Aug 2009, 21:25 (Ref:2514196)   #12
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Thanks guys and girls in orange. I would love to have waved but taking a hand off the steering wheel wasn't an option in that rain!
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Old 2 Aug 2009, 21:42 (Ref:2514211)   #13
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Thanks guys and girls in orange. I would love to have waved but taking a hand off the steering wheel wasn't an option in that rain!
Don't blame you! Yes, we did get rather damp, but it was worth it for the racing. In those conditions, everyone deserved a trophy!
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Old 3 Aug 2009, 07:13 (Ref:2514359)   #14
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Thanks to the peeps on Pedestiran Bridge for shouting at the people on the pit wall to get off before the start of each race. Really helped with there only being 2 off us.

Looked to be some good racing going on despite the weather.
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Old 3 Aug 2009, 10:01 (Ref:2514461)   #15
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From Louise Kennedy and Graham Hall no 55 Lancia Beta Coupe (Future Classics) and Jason Kennedy no 33 TVR Griffith (Swinging Sixties):

A massive thanks to all of the boys and girls in orange and all the officials. It was an incredibly difficult day weather wise for everyone and I did feel for you all as I did my warm down lap in the Beta. I tried to wave but kept getting my hand caught in the barely open window! Without you guys being there to help us there would be no racing. Thank you.

There were lots of spins and offs but amazingly no safety cars in the two 40 mins races I saw/was involved in. An amazing achievement as the track conditions were so difficult - greasy one lap, then oily and greasy, then a bit drier and then monsoon conditions near the end of the FC race. Not sure I've ever wheel spun our lowly powered Beta in the wet in all gears before!

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