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Shelsley Walsh 16th & 17th September 2014


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#1 Stephen W

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Posted 15 August 2014 - 09:33

As well as the usual modern stuff the MAC have lined up a nice selection of ERAs ...

 

CLASS S: INVITATION CLASS FOR ERA CARS CELEBRATING THEIR 80th ANNIVERSARY

130 Daniel Geoghegan (Bicester) Riley MPH-ERA
131 David Morris (Exeter) ERA B Type
832 Donald Day (Swindon) ERA R14B
132 Paul Richardson (Swindon) ERA R14B
133 Mac Hulbert (Cheltenham) ERA R4D

 

Sorry it's a tad on the late side but better late than never.



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#2 Dick Dastardly

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Posted 15 August 2014 - 09:46

Are the dates correct?   Sept 16th / 17th are Tues & Wed....

If its the weekend before, it'll be 13th / 14th....the same weekend as Goodwood Revival 



#3 Allan Lupton

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Posted 15 August 2014 - 09:53

I think you'll find it's August not September so quite soon.



#4 Alan Cox

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Posted 15 August 2014 - 09:59

I think you'll find it's August not September so quite soon.

Tomorrow and Sunday, in fact...



#5 Stephen W

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Posted 16 August 2014 - 07:45

Oops! Yes it is today & tomorrow!



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Posted 18 August 2014 - 13:15

Oops! Yes it is today & tomorrow!

 

If you weren't there you missed a treat. Fabulous weekend with a wonderful entry including the 3 ERAs, David Franklin in a wonderfully noisy racing 275GTB, Martin Bolsover in the McLaren M6GT and lots more. Sensation of the day was Jos Goodyear in the tiny GWR Raptor with 1340cc coming within an ace of the hill record to qualify top and then win the final championship run-off. His rival in the bike engined cars, Alex Summers went through the speed trap before bottom S at 138mph which is scary. Jos had a GoPro on board so probably soon to be on You-tube. His run at Doune has apparently been watched  more than a million and a half times.

Nigel Roebuck visited SW for the first time and was seriously impressed, so hopefully some words in a future Motor Sport.

Chris