It’s coming up time to dust off those overalls, clean up your racing specs (the ones that make you think you are going faster that you really are), finish the maintenance that you have been doing over isolation (yea right), and ready yourself for the first club race day of the new season. Prepare for a great day competing at the Brooklands Challenge; Classic saloons large and small, the resurgence of the Gp2 Historic saloons, Sports & Racing, Single seaters, VCC and the mighty Cams bikers.
HISTORIC AND CLASSIC SALOONS Pre 78
Some of you will have heard that we are trying to resurrect the GP2 Classic Saloons. Wayne Perkins has been instrumental in working furiously to get this class up and running again and the following is a brief indication of what cars will be acceptable.
The class will be known as the Historic and Classic Saloons Pre 78 and will be for race saloons with an up to date Certificate of Description (COD) and will as a broad generalisation, be for cars with all steel bodies and exterior trim and with the majority of the interior intact. Running the original type of engine and gearbox on WOF standard tyres and original or + 1 inch diameter wheels.
If you think that this describes your saloon then write yes in the Schedule T&C box and then write H&C pre 78 in the SCHEDULE T&C GROUP box in section E2 of the entry form. This will gain you tentative entry into the Historic & Classic Saloon pre 78 group which will be confirmed on the day or by prior contact with Wayne Perkins. Depending on entry numbers the intention is to run a separate race or grid for these cars. If you are unsure or need clarification of your eligibility to compete in this class contact Wayne Perkins at [email protected]
CMRC AGM Friday 4th September 2020, held at the Benvenue Comfort Hotel. Meeting starts at 7.30. If you fancy dinner before the meeting please confirm to Brian by email a week before on [email protected]