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Old 15 May 2007, 09:31 (Ref:1913695)   #1
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Who's doing the Swinging 60's events at Anglesey next month? I'm bringing the 128 out for it's first run of the year and really looking forward to it.
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Old 15 May 2007, 17:11 (Ref:1914037)   #2
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Me, as long as I get my engine back......looking like burning the midnight oil on the Thursday before.
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Old 16 May 2007, 09:35 (Ref:1914476)   #3
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We will be out in the Marcos on the Sunday, really looking forward to it - the coastal circuit looks like a really exciting circuit.

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Old 16 May 2007, 16:31 (Ref:1914728)   #4
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It does look entertaining alright. Anyone seen it for real yet? I've only seen pics.
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Old 16 May 2007, 16:36 (Ref:1914733)   #5
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Only seen the 1 pic thats on their website. Are they doing any other work such as in the paddock, garages?
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Old 16 May 2007, 19:15 (Ref:1914834)   #6
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Take a look @ www.brsccnw.com for more photo's. It is better ythan it looks it has everything on it. long straights fast & slow corners and hills up and down plus depending on what circuit there is a bit like Lauguna sega corkscrew. It is a real drives circuit. I can't wait till I drive i next Thursday as long as they have cleaned it up form last weekend when I was there.
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Old 16 May 2007, 19:38 (Ref:1914864)   #7
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Thanks SPB. Those pics are great. That whole complex looks like a real challenge. Really cant wait now!!
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Old 21 May 2007, 15:30 (Ref:1918042)   #8
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Nice to see a newer picture - looking forward to racing there!

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Old 4 Jun 2007, 00:14 (Ref:1928006)   #9
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I would just like to say a huge thanks to CSCC and everyone at Anglesey over the weekend that came up and chatted to us. Racing wise it was a disaster as new bits of rust I didn't know existed made themselves known and we terminally lost a front corner during our 3rd qualifying session. Judging by what I was hearing we weren't the only ones with chassis problems though!! The circuit is fantastic, fast corners, long straights ,hills and hard braking. Everyone should put it on the list of 'to do' circuits. The atmosphere was great on Fri and Sat anyway (we left a day early) and we found everyone, from the noise Scrut (thanks, we will make it quiter...promise) , the marshal up at Rocket that came up to us after racing on Sat, the various 10 Tenthers,CSCC folks and complete strangers with welding equipment, that made themselves known to us, all were friendly, willing to help and enthusiastic. Despite us not actually getting a race we had a ball of a time. Club racing is alive and well !!!
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Old 4 Jun 2007, 09:58 (Ref:1928195)   #11
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I have to say that I regret not taking my Lancia now - the circuits are wonderful and I would recommend any Club to go there for a weekend. The views of sea, mountains and beaches are also lovely and those not racing had a nice time driving round the island being tourists!

Our hotel was brilliant, good food and friendly staff. The circuit staff, marshals and BRSCC and Timekeepers were also wonderfully efficient and good-humoured and I would like to thank all of you, on the hills, in the pits, gridding up, startline, rescue who made it such a great weekend.

But I have to go back to those circuits - the coastal circuit is SENSATIONAL! Richard Peacock and his time can be very proud. Thanks to one and all

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Old 4 Jun 2007, 16:52 (Ref:1928560)   #12
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Many thanks to Sarah and all the CSCC organising team for once again putting on a great weekends racing. The new circuits are indeed great fun, well done to all involved in that

As always thanks must go to the marshalls for standing out in the wind (luckily no rain until late on Sunday).

Despite being at the tail end (the very end of the tail) in both Swinging Sixties races I had a fantastic weekend.

See you all at Mallory.
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Old 4 Jun 2007, 16:56 (Ref:1928566)   #13
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What were you out in Moosehead?
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Old 4 Jun 2007, 21:32 (Ref:1928766)   #14
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Let me guess Moosehead it was a Mustang?

Thanks CSCC it was a fantastic weekend and although i only raced on the Saturday it has confirmed to me that this format of racing is the way forward.

Not sure of the pitstops though having had this chat with a few drivers if you are wearing a full face lid you cant see your harnesses to do them back up, im also not convinced that doing your harnesses up in a hurry is such a good idea.

But i digress the new Anglesey track is great fun especially in a car like mine (Spitfire) just gotta get round to filling out my regestration form
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Old 4 Jun 2007, 21:37 (Ref:1928769)   #15
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Correct mr #51, I was in the Mustang, and Torquewrench - you should know that by now
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