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Classic 2CV Racing Club Ltd Forum => Races (not 24 hr) => Topic started by: Trevor Williams on March 08, 2020, 18:22:37



Title: Silverstone 21st and 22nd March
Post by: Trevor Williams on March 08, 2020, 18:22:37
Just a quick heads up regarding this race meeting and all others going forward

Two lucky entrants will be selected for alcohol testing from each championship on Saturday morning (and potentially Sunday morning too). The selection will be completely random

The tolerance........ is zero. If you are selected and the testing shows alcohol in your system, you will not be allowed to participate

Please take care!!!!


Title: Re: Silverstone 21st and 22nd March
Post by: Paul on March 09, 2020, 09:43:39
So if it's random Trev does that mean someone that races on Saturday could get tested on Sunday?


Title: Re: Silverstone 21st and 22nd March
Post by: Trevor Williams on March 09, 2020, 11:04:10
Paul
I believe it will happen on both Saturday and Sunday. It is random because the MSUK Steward will be asked to select two drivers from each championship / series rather than anyone from BARC


Title: Re: Silverstone 21st and 22nd March
Post by: Andrew Bull on March 10, 2020, 08:42:58
Looks like Liens' the champion elect then.  Most others will be buggered!   ;D


Title: Re: Silverstone 21st and 22nd March
Post by: Nick Roads on March 12, 2020, 09:51:45
The latest timetable attached so racing both days. 20 cars entered so thanks to all who have been busy over the winter preparing cars, the club (Chris!) chasing the final details and we will post entry list in next couple of days.

Garages going to be 5A to 6B.

Polite reminder to keep all the friends and crew on good behaviour as well as the drivers. There was a complaint as to late night noise last year on the Saturday night when we were at Silverstone which I am sure will not happen again (:


Title: Re: Silverstone 21st and 22nd March
Post by: Chris Yates on March 12, 2020, 22:42:55
20 cars out, which is great!

Entry lists:

Race: Silverstone race 1.
Date: 2020-03-21 (2020 season)
Car #   Driver Name   Team name
17   Alec Graham   Armageddon
18   Tom Perry   Team Gadget
24   Lien Davies   Team Gadget Racing
25   Craig Patrick   Rilii Racing
30   Sandro Proietti   Baycon Racing
33   Matthew Arrowsmith-Brown   Team ECAS
40   Chris Yates   Muffin Motorsport
41   Martin Riman   Classic 41 Factory Racing
45   Michael Fox   Team Asquith
47   Richard Knight   Grey Arrows Racing
55   Steve Walford   Steve Walford Motorsport
67   Ronald Charles Mears   Niggle2K Racing
70   Nigel Hollis   Hollis Motorsport
71   John Widdowson   Hollis Motorsport
72   Matthew Hollis   Hollis Motorsport
73   Richard Hollis-Brown   Hollis Motorsport
82   Andi Donaldson   Reggie-Mental
89   Nick Crispin   DD Motorsport
92   Nick Roads   Crisis @ Tete Rouge
96   Chris Hall   Pork Pie Racing



Race: Silverstone race 2.
Date: 2020-03-22 (2020 season)
Car #   Driver Name   Team name
17   Alec Graham   Armageddon
18   Simon Clarke   Team Gadget
24   Steve Panas   Team Gadget Racing
25   Craig Patrick   Rilii Racing
30   Luca Proietti   Baycon Racing
33   Glenn Oswin   Team ECAS
40   Chris Yates   Muffin Motorsport
41   Martin Riman   Classic 41 Factory Racing
45   Michael Fox   Team Asquith
47   Richard Knight   Grey Arrows Racing
55   Julie Walford   Steve Walford Motorsport
67   Ronald Charles Mears   Niggle2K Racing
70   Nigel Hollis   Hollis Motorsport
71   John Widdowson   Hollis Motorsport
72   Matthew Hollis   Hollis Motorsport
73   Richard Hollis-Brown   Hollis Motorsport
82   Andi Donaldson   Reggie-Mental
89   Nick Crispin   DD Motorsport
92   Brian Heerey   Crisis @ Tete Rouge
96   Chris Hall   Pork Pie Racing



Title: Re: Silverstone 21st and 22nd March
Post by: Chris Yates on March 13, 2020, 11:31:20
I've just received my tickets by post.  Can someone else confirm how many you were sent when you receive them?


Title: Re: Silverstone 21st and 22nd March
Post by: Chris Yates on March 13, 2020, 12:11:45
Further guidance from Motorsport UK: https://www.motorsportuk.org/coronavirus-and-motorsport-in-the-uk/


Title: Re: Silverstone 21st and 22nd March
Post by: Martin Riman on March 15, 2020, 00:35:18
Had 1 vehicle pass and 4 person passes.


Title: Re: Silverstone 21st and 22nd March
Post by: Nick Roads on March 16, 2020, 06:43:20
this has just been posted on our announcements part of the forum. We will update here as to what we hear from BARC and also on our facebook page during this week regarding the racing this weekend.


As a club we discussed over the weekend and agreed this update on Coronavirus and the 2020 racing season.

Sprint racing: If races are cancelled, then we will offer a full refund on the entry paid. For those who have paid the Sprint championship season cost of £ 2100 then this would be ¼ of what has been paid (£ 525) for each of the 4 race weekend’s planned.

24 Hour race: For all who have entered the 24 Hour race (29 teams) then we are varying the non-refundable clause on the entry form so that the £ 200 paid is refundable at any time up to 1 May which is when the next payment is due. We will review further during April.

On behalf of the Board of the Classic 2CV Racing Club Ltd


Title: Re: Silverstone 21st and 22nd March
Post by: Alec Graham on March 17, 2020, 14:29:22
latest.



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As the National Governing Body, we would ask all Motorsport UK members to act responsibly and follow the Government’s guidance during this difficult time.

We thank all of our members, organisers, officials, volunteers, staff and their families for their support during these unprecedented times.  We will continue to monitor the situation and will resume sporting activity as soon as we are able. We also have a responsibility and duty of care to our staff who will be working from home, so please be patient with any queries you may have.   

David Richards, chairman of Motorsport UK, explained, “Clearly we live in challenging times and exceptional measures are required. The decision to suspend Motorsport UK permits on a temporary basis is not one that was taken lightly as the industry employs many thousands of people. However we have an over-riding responsibility to our members and the friends and families of our community. Furthermore, our social responsibilities extend to the broader population and the potential drain on valuable public health resources on which we are all reliant.

“The situation is very fluid and we will continue to monitor developments over the coming weeks and hope that we can resume the annual motorsport calendar at the opportune moment. In the immediate short term our efforts need to be focused on ensuring that the industry that backs up the sport has the financial support that it requires from the Government in order that it can be sustained beyond this extraordinary scenario.”
 
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