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Lands End Trial

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9 & 10 April 2004

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The Motor Cycling Club Ltd

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Secretary of the Meeting is Dave Parry

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Chief Marshall is John Barthram

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Classic Trial for Cars and Bikes

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Starting at Popham 185/533441, Gloucestershire 162/704954 & Somerset 183/752453

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First competitor starts at 17.10 on Friday 9th April

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Finish at The Bay Hotel, Newquay

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Classical Gas Rating: Tough = 1, Rough = 1

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The MCC's Easter extravaganza is a very special occasion. It's had its teeth pulled in recent years, having the road mileage reduced in the name of political correctness, but would still be a good event even if there were no observed sections.

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Spectators should head for Blue Hills Mine 204/728517, near Perranporth for the best free show on earth! The first competitor will arrive at about 10.00 on Saturday morning.

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The organisers say:-

"The trial has run very well in it's present format for the past 2 years so I do not intend to change too much for the 82nd staging of this historic event.

The changes in place are the inclusion of a Special Test at the top of Darracott called Leddon Farm and the deletion of the Hurstock test in Cardinham Woods. All competitors will attempt the deviation at the top of Blue Hills 2 and the re-start for certain classes will not be where you expect it!

Class 0 competitors will see more exciting changes with the deletion of Roly Poly and inclusion of Darracott Observed section and Leddon Farm Special Test. Also the option of attempting Blue Hills 2 or Old Blue Hills. Both Blue Hills sections will be observed for Class 0 as passage controls, so failing either will not jeopardise your Cornish Tin Medal if you are clean up to that point............. "

 

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