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Offline Myke Pocock

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Northern Classic Trial 23rd February 2019
« on: December 16, 2018, 04:10:13 pm »
You are invited to participate in the classic trial that is the furthest North in England, The Northern Classic Trial, on the 23rd February 2019. With up to 16 sections and two Observed Tests in a glorious part of the country, the North Lakes forests and North Cumbria, we can guarantee you a superb day of classic trialing whether it is sunny, raining, windy, snowy, sleet, hail or even a combination of all! Last years winner on four wheels was in an Austin 7 with a further two vintage cars in the top ten.  Regulations and Entry Forms for two, three and four wheel machinery can be downloaded from our web site at www.fellsideac. co.uk This year, probably a first for an ACTC Championship round, we are opening the entry up to e bikes. Come along and be one of the first to compete on a one day trial on an e bike.  If you are not competing but fancy a day out marshaling please email fsacnct@yahoo.co.uk with your details. We look forwad to seeing you all.

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Re: Northern Classic Trial 23rd February 2019
« Reply #1 on: December 17, 2018, 02:55:03 pm »
Myke. As this is posted on the MCC Forum where in MCC Events (If an MCC Club member) a Motorsport license is not required.....

Will entrants in cars need a Motorsport license or are you running a clubman event?
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Offline Alastair Queen

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Re: Northern Classic Trial 23rd February 2019
« Reply #2 on: December 17, 2018, 05:34:37 pm »
Myke. As this is posted on the MCC Forum where in MCC Events (If an MCC Club member) a Motorsport license is not required.....

Will entrants in cars need a Motorsport license or are you running a clubman event?

Clubman event being run alongside Nat B trial....in case Myke hasn't seen this yet?

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The National B event is open to members of member clubs of the ACTC. We
have the eight standard car classes for those drivers wishing to enter the ACTC
National and Regional Championships.
The Clubmans event, which doesnít require a MUK Competition Licence, is
open to members of FSAC and members of invited clubs: - MCC, VSCC, Wigton
MC, Preston & District VCC, Durham AC, Middle-England CVC, Ilkley DMC,
Airedale & Pennine MCC and other ACTC Affiliated Clubs. Except for class 0
the Clubmans event will follow the same route and sections as the National B.
This yearís event is Round 4 of the ACTC National Championship. It is a great
http://www.fellsideac.co.uk/northern-classic-trial.html

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Re: Northern Classic Trial 23rd February 2019
« Reply #3 on: December 17, 2018, 07:23:30 pm »
Alastair Queen... Groovy..  :)
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