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Cotswold Clouds Classic Trial

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Sunday 1st February 2009

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Stroud and District MC or Click Here

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Secretary of the Meeting is Emma Wall, Clerk of the Course Nigel Moss.

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Classic Trial for Cars, round in ACTC Classic Trials Championships

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Click here for Regs (214K PDF)

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Click here for Entry Form (42K)

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Starting at SKF, Stonehouse, Nr Stroud, Gloucestershire, (MR 162/795054). Click Here for Map

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The Crown Inn, Minchinhampton, Nr Stroud,  (MR 162/872007)

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First competitor starts at 08.30

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Classical Gas Rating: Rough = 2 Tough = 2

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The Stroud boys and girls lay on a great event, run in a very laid back but highly professional way. Drive, Passenger, Marshall or Spectate. But what ever you do make sure you don't miss it!

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Click here for reports of previous events

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2006

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2005
 

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The organisers say :-

This year’s event will follow its successful format with many traditional and favourite trials hills. Enthusiasts have competed to climb many of our sections for years, with the earliest reference to The Nailsworth Ladder dating back to 1913, when a W.J. Brunel won a cigarette box for being the first competitor to reach the top riding his Douglas motorcycle. Other sections continue to challenge and please with Crooked Mustard, Merve Swerve, Ham Mill, Wicked Juniper, Highwood and Bull Banks also present.

The nature of the event in conjunction with the work that is carried out to sections ensures that it is well suited to all classes of car, and that damage to any vehicle is likely to be averted.

Our start venue is SKF is just off Junction13 of the M5. The finish is at our club Headquarters, The Crown Inn at Minchinhampton where B&B and hot meals are being provided.

This event is popular on the trialling calendar and has a reputation of being oversubscribed. So, if you wish to compete in this event then please apply as soon as possible and we will do everything possible to ensure you have a run.

If you are not entering then please consider marshalling and contact Chief Marshal Nicola Butcher to offer your services.

 

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