Treloy Sprint Appraise ...
A big thanks to everyone for their support at our first Treloy Sprint yesterday. What a great day!
Thanks also for the messages of thanks and encouragement on how you enjoyed the day.
It's now down to discussions with Newquay Airport to secure the venue for next year. Fingers crossed - will keep you up to date.
Treloy Sprint ...
Looking forward to a great day's sprinting at our new venue.
We have 89 entries and the weather forecast looks good.
Anyone who can help with marshalling will be made very welcome and will be fed and watered.
Just a reminder that this is a non-spectator event and the entrance gate to the venue will be closed at 9.15am.
THANK YOU! ...
Well here we are 5 days from the new Treloy Sprint and at this point me thinks it might be an appropriate time to give our Chairman Keith a very big thank you.
Keith has been lobbying many different persons in authority for months and months and months to achieve the near nigh impossible, but achieve it he did and as a result we have a new track with a lot of potential .... WOW!!
So on behalf of us all ... KEITH ... A BIG THANK YOU.
On the Clubs 100th year what better way to herald in a new beginning ...
Read on ...
Castle Hillclimb Review ...
This video is for the Marshals, who are much appreciated by all.
There was a bit of a do!
T'was The London to Land's End Trial my dears!
Mr Chairman (our Keith) has sold his trailer. Advertised only a couple of days ago it's gone already, however he still has a single seater looking for a good home.
It's a Ehrlich RP5. Some say it is becoming a classic, all we know is it goes, has the correct number of gears, and is running on all 4 cylinders. Keith competed with her last year and a sweeter nut I have yet to meet! Here they are together at Castle! ...
Video of a very wet Castle HilClimb August 2013
After undergoing quite a serious operation Mike Tregoning is back at home and defiantly on the road to recovery.
We all wish you well Mike and hope to see you competing again very soon.... Mike competing at Shelsley Walsh HillClimb
If you haven't received it in the post, here is a online copy of the January 2014 Newsletter, kindly produced by Chris Jarman ....
Ian Cameron ...
It is with great sadness I inform you of the death of Ian Cameron.
He passed away on 21st January 2014, with the funeral held on 31st January at St Johns Baptist Church, Yeovil.
Ian was born in 1948, a keen and very able competitor for many years. Two machines spring to mind that were driven by Ian, a Ralt RT5 and more recently an OMS.
In the past Ian often made the journey to St Eval Sprint and was always in the awards.
An excellent driver and a gentleman.
Our thoughts are with his family at this time.
Chris Jarman has agreed to produce the Club Newsletter once again, at least for 2014. Great Chris, many thanks.
As he is no longer a Committee member or active competitor he's relying on members to throw him as many tip-bits, gossip and nitty gritty as can be mustered. He's happy to write the article .... it's the dirt he's after!!
All can be divulged by phoning Chris on 01822 616082 or
Alternatively by email: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
My apologies to Chris for not notifying you sooner (been so wrapped up with the charity big breakfast), but Chris would like some info ASAP so that a newsletter can be published in the next few weeks.