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Old 28 Apr 2017, 14:52 (Ref:3729663)   #1
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Racingcar64 should be qualifying in the top 10 on the grid

Hey all, I have just got off the phone from Richard Culverhouse ( ex CSCC ) and I have just entered the Mallory Park race on 4th June.
As a bit of info, the race is open to all sports/saloons, MG's, Hatches etc. There is a "Classic" race, which is 15mins Quali and 15 mins race and a "Modern" race, which again is the same. As usual, the races will be split into classes depending on engine size etc. Richard is more than capable of running a great meeting, especially when he founded the CSCC!

Cost is great. 180.00 for quali and race, with usual awards for 1st,2nd,3rd etc.

There is also a combined race, at the end of the day which is only 90 if you have already entered a race.

As we know Mallory has been through troubles over the past years with noise etc, so this is a great way to get Mallory back on the map. The interest is very good for the races so far, but who would be interested in racing as well?

All MG Cup cars would be eligible, along with all MGOC cars. The cut off point for the Classic race is anything before 1980...

There will be motorsport stalls on the day, live demonstrations on track and a motorsport festival feel. There are double headers from the DDMC Sports/Saloons, Formula Fords and Caterhams also.

Please feel free to share. Any questions and for entry forms,you can email Richard directly on ukmotorsport@aol.com.
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Old 6 Jun 2017, 11:36 (Ref:3738982)   #2
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Mallory Park June 4th

I took the Warwick here and raced in the Classic race. It was great fun and the whole meeting had the old 'clubby' feel to it. Meeting old friends, chatting to strangers and making new acquaintances. All without the pressure of championship racing. A lovely relaxed atmosphere, and despite a very unfortunate accident, where an historic Kart demo driver had to be airlifted to hospital after hitting the barrier; (does anyone have any news on him?) Red flags on several races so a changed timetable, Richard and crew steered it all through.
Richard is hoping to stage a 'Classic' race (cars up to 1980,) and a 'Modern' race (cars after 1980,) at Castle Combe on August 28th but he needs bums on seats! If people don't commit or at least say they will try to he won't be able to go ahead. He needs supporting in what is a very good cause. Go out and have fun for a very reasonable entry fee I can recommend it. Richard can be contacted at ukmotorsport@aol.com or on 01225777606. See you there! (I am also posting this on the historic racing forum.)
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