Monthly Archives: March 2010

Busy Weekend at Mile Tree Farm

With Edlesborough Hill unavailable it was over to Mile Tree Farm for my 3rd year as Clerk of the Course for Falcons late March Trial. With wet weather and Land Rovers using the venue the week before I was over … Continue reading

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West Suffolk MC Wattisfield 3 way Event

Click Here for more pictures Although I entered the green Dellow I had really hoped to take the Austin Seven but that wasn’t to be. I ran out of time and parts when I found that three of the four … Continue reading

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Mechanics Trial

I hadn’t done The Mechanics for a while. I entered last year but had to withdraw after I hit the tree on The March Hare. Trees were to play a big part in this years Mechanics! No trailer ride for … Continue reading

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Race Retro at Stoneleigh

Went on Friday with Neil. Complimentary tickets as I had written the questions for the quiz. more on that later. Had a full day, very full for me as I had got up at 1.15 for a night shift! I … Continue reading

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March Hare Draft Report

Mike Pearson won a dry March Hare, but only just. One of three clean sheets Mike was faster on the special tests than the Lieige’s of Steve Kenny and Jack Endley. After problems with heavy rain last year the March … Continue reading

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My March Hare – Part 2 – The Trial

Click Here Part 1 Up bright and early, we were at the A5 Truck Stop at Markyate just before 7 to change the tyres over to the Firestones while in the scruitineering queue. Tyres on, scruitineering ticket in hand we … Continue reading

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My March Hare – Part 1 – the days before

Well its Monday morning. Just had a good nights sleep but I’m still pretty knackered after four days! It started on Thursday when I spent the morning with Murray, carving out a new deviation for the higher classes on Chalk … Continue reading

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