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HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby apeximp » Sat Jan 21, 2012 9:04 pm

Thought I would get the ball rolling and start a thread for the up coming 2012 season ! I do hope to get out and do much more racing this year after the last few with mid season engine and gearbox changes , bar any failures I hope to just try and build up the speed and continue to learn.
Some of you impers may have heard there is at the moment discussions to cap our cars at 1050cc (for ohc engines) of for the guys of deep pockets and big backers 1150 (class E limit) the possibility of a additional weight gain ! We are all waiting to hear clarification on this point , and hope this don't blunt our ever improving competitive edge ? :?
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby apeximp » Sun Feb 05, 2012 2:21 pm

Seconds out round one ! :D entry forms arrived yesterday I hope to be there , how's about all the other racers ?
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby SimonBenoy » Sun Feb 05, 2012 4:33 pm

Hi Jim - My entry is in, but the car is under the snow - still to put the engine and box in and sort out a few things - good job there's plenty of time yet :o :shock:
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby apeximp » Sun Feb 05, 2012 10:56 pm

Mine is in garage with flat battery , no seat or belts (belts out of date awaiting replacement) bonnet still at work as car on my drive this weekend , E250 cgi cabriolet was not going to transport it home ! (my estate C class with a angry customer !!) so I also have a bit to do :D Any news from hrsr ref the 1050 / 1150 engine debacle ?
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby apeximp » Fri Feb 24, 2012 11:22 am

Come on then , who has entered ? (meltdown ???)
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby Meltdown » Fri Feb 24, 2012 11:27 pm

apeximp wrote:Come on then , who has entered ? (meltdown ???)

No point until I know where I am preparation-wise... Hope they accept late entries...?
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby Andy Hillman » Wed Feb 29, 2012 11:31 pm

Sorry to say guys, but wont be playing out for first round, gutted but will be sorted for Cadwell. My money is on david Heale :D
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby eebiegeebie » Thu Mar 01, 2012 5:10 pm

Andy, you are gutted?? :o :o
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby Meltdown » Thu Mar 01, 2012 10:42 pm

Sorry to hear that, Andy.
I've sent in an entry but am probably way down on the reserve list. Have also entered Cadwell so fingers crossed.
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby apeximp » Tue Mar 06, 2012 3:47 pm

Going to miss the season opener guys ! On a flight home to Scotland tonight due to a family health problems !
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby Meltdown » Tue Mar 06, 2012 9:58 pm

apeximp wrote:Going to miss the season opener guys ! On a flight home to Scotland tonight due to a family health problems !
All the best chaps

Best wishes to you and yours.

I was on the phone to the HSCC office today and, as the entry is so hugely over-subscribed, they are going to run two races and split the field at the 1600cc level. So...providing I can get HBH ready I'm in :D
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby ImpManiac » Wed Mar 07, 2012 4:13 pm

Meltdown, the best of luck to you this season. Indeed to all those competing in Imps in whatever branch of motor sport. :mrgreen:

Apeximp, I hope all's well for you and yours. See you at one of the meets, hopefully. :wink:

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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby bazzateer » Wed Mar 07, 2012 4:49 pm

Meltdown wrote:they are going to run two races and split the field at the 1600cc level.

A sub-1600 race would be good to watch I reckon, no big yanks getting in the way!
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby ImpJimbo » Wed Mar 07, 2012 6:49 pm

I like seeing the Imps race the American stuff. The variety of cars makes it interesting.
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby ChrisBenoy » Wed Mar 07, 2012 6:52 pm

I suspect the split race will be a one off but that probably depends on the space in the race programme and how many entries they get, donnington is usually very popular with the high power cars anyway so thats probably why its happening here.
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby Nigel Webster (anrw) » Sat Mar 10, 2012 8:52 am

Have a great season guys and enjoy your outing Nick.

Geoff Taylor and I start our season in two weeks at the Bulldog rally - posting to follow here shortly.

Regards from me and the Imps on the British Historic Rally Championship.
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby Meltdown » Sat Mar 10, 2012 11:21 am

Best of luck, Nigel.
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby SimonBenoy » Thu Mar 15, 2012 1:03 pm

5 Imps entered for the season opener at Donington on Sunday (18th March). Last year's front runners in class E, Steve Platts and David Heale are leading the charge with Jon Orr, myself and the new kid on the block, Meltdown also in the mix. As has been mentioned, the saloons have been split into 2 races because of the number entered. Our race for up to 1600cc is first off at 13.30 (practice at 9:15) with around 26 entries and the V8s and other over 1600s are off at 15:35.

Not sure about the weather at the moment, but if you are in the locality the admission is £15 per day (there is also a full day of racing on the Saturday).

Full details on:

http://www.hscc.org.uk/calendar.html

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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby tomcat » Thu Mar 15, 2012 3:51 pm

If all is well with my wife I am planning to be there on Sunday :) :)
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby ganderson888 » Thu Mar 15, 2012 5:32 pm

I hope all goes well for everyone in their Imps this weekend and i'm looking forward to seeing some pics next week.

Hopefully I'll catch up with you all sometime this season as I didn't manage it last year.

For those competing the British Historic Rally Championship don't forget to provide links to events on here so we can come and support you as well. 8)
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby apeximp » Mon Apr 02, 2012 9:30 am

Any ideas on the imp line up for cadwell ?
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Cadwell 2012

Postby apeximp » Mon Apr 09, 2012 7:02 pm

All ready for next weekend guys ?
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Re: Cadwell 2012

Postby Meltdown » Mon Apr 09, 2012 8:35 pm

apeximp wrote:All ready for next weekend guys ?

I sincerely hope that you're wrong...it's two weeks away! Don't panic me like that :shock:
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Re: Cadwell 2012

Postby bazzateer » Tue Apr 10, 2012 8:43 am

Meltdown wrote:
apeximp wrote:All ready for next weekend guys ?

I sincerely hope that you're wrong...it's two weeks away! Don't panic me like that :shock:

He's right Nick, this weekend is 14/15 April, next weekend is 21/22 April and Cadwell :wink:
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby Meltdown » Tue Apr 10, 2012 5:50 pm

/\/\Damn BH monday...you're indeed right, Jim :oops:
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby apeximp » Wed Apr 11, 2012 7:11 am

Oops , sorry nick :D
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby steve platts » Wed Apr 11, 2012 5:16 pm

I'll be there! Looking forward to another 2 great races. Regards Steve
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby SimonBenoy » Fri Apr 13, 2012 12:02 pm

Entry list for Cadwell for next weekend now on the HSCC website - and again there are so many saloons that we have 2 races, 1 for up to 1300cc and 1 for over. There are 18 entries in the up to 1300 with 9 Imps.

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http://www.hscc.org.uk/calendar.html

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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby ChrisBenoy » Fri Apr 13, 2012 12:29 pm

Now that is interesting, up to 1300cc with imps forming half the grid. That will be a race worth watching.
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby 19James » Fri Apr 13, 2012 5:29 pm

Will both up to 1300 and over 1300 classes get 2 races each still?
Sounds like its gonna be brilliant racing 8)
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby SimonBenoy » Fri Apr 13, 2012 9:49 pm

James - yes, 2 races for each grid - the up to 1300s get a race each day but both the over 1300s are on Sunday. Looking forward to it already.

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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby ImpManiac » Sat Apr 14, 2012 11:48 pm

ChrisBenoy wrote:Now that is interesting, up to 1300cc with imps forming half the grid. That will be a race worth watching.


Especially at Cadwell. :shock: Should be an awesome spectacle! Next weekend, you say...

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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby 19James » Mon Apr 23, 2012 4:17 pm

Hi everyone
Threw together a video edit of cadwell.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrdZ-KD5A0Y&context=C45a3009ADvjVQa1PpcFOAiP-kxmReFjNPdOyaCCcNWJaFSY5zjDw=
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby GURNSIMPS » Mon Apr 23, 2012 5:26 pm

Very good James, I wish Cadwell was nearer to South Wales! Are some of the cars lifting over a crest or dipping the clutch to get the engine on cam?
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby SimonBenoy » Mon Apr 23, 2012 6:20 pm

James - well done - some great footage. Gurn - the cars go light as they go over the top of the mountain, allowing the revs to rise a bit.

Bit of an up and down day for the Impers, much like the weather. We had a bit of sunshine, much gloom, several hail storms, light rain, heavy rain and mud to contend with. Practice was damp and briefly red flagged to recover Meltdown who had stopped just short of the paddock due to a timing issue. That left 1 flying lap to set a time at the best of the conditions. David Heale made the most of the opportunity to grab pole from 3 Minis, Andy Jones, Steve Platts, another Mini and myself making up the first 8 places. Our first race was late Sat PM and we lined up just as the heaviest rain arrived. On the warm up lap, we lost rain meister Roger Godfrey as his Mini aquaplaned off and we returned to the startline to be greeted by a 'start delayed' board. They recovered Roger's car and we waited in our cars, steaming up and getting cold for an hour or so until racing was abandoned for the day due to the streams running across the track in several places, despite the best efforts of the marshalls.

So Sunday's timetable was rearranged to accomodate all the delayed races and we were up at 11:00 for race 1. It was sunny and dry until we were called to the collecting area when it again chucked it down! But we were sent out anyway and the race started on time in the worst conditions that I have ever experienced. To my surprise, the Imps were more stable that the Minis in the wettest conditions - the Minis were stepping sideways as their front wheels spun up when they hit the deepest water, we were just twitching a bit. We lost 1 Mini at the first corner but the rest seemed to be coping well until the start of the 4th lap when Steve Platts lost it on the start straight, taking out the 2 offside corners of his car on the barriers in the process. Fortunately, Steve was OK and after a lap behind the safety car, the rest of us continued our battle with the elements - there were a brave few who were trying to race including Andy Jones who had a go from the restart to lead briefly before a puncture caused a few grassy moments and he ended up 5th. David Heale held it together to win from 2 Minis, myself and Andy. Adrian Oliver was 7th and Jon Orr 10th with Nick Lunn and Shaun Hazlewood retiring. Stuart Kerr had also entered but left after qualifying - not sure why though. Soon after our race, it stopped raining again!

Our final race was combined with the larger engined saloons as there were some retirements and the timetable was very tight. But the big cars were put at the front and we were at the back, in the finishing order of the first race. Andy made a flying start to lead the little 'uns and quickly made his way through the larger cars but spun trying to pass a Lotus Cortina. This left David Heale out in front and he finished an excel;ent 6th overall. I tagged a Cortina GT in the congestion of the first corner and ended up off the track and right at the back, but then had a run to 14th overall and 3rd in class. Adrian had a good run to second in class E. After an enormous effort, Steve got his car straight enough to make the restart, only for his silencer to drop off and to be black flagged. Shaun had a gearbox problem after finally getting his engine running better. Nick decided not to start after an unpleasant knocking noise which is hopefully not a repeat of his Donington woes. Jon and Andy also pulled off, so not the best day for the Impers. David managed the 5th fastest race lap.
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby eebiegeebie » Mon Apr 23, 2012 6:56 pm

Despite the weather, which was atrocious at times, we had a great weekend spectating. Well done to all the drivers; it really was great to watch, especially Andy coming back though the field like a man possessed! I was just so sorry to see Steve's accident though. I hope he can repair it. I'm not sure, but I think Stuart Kerr was having problems with a dead battery and having to push start it, so maybe that's why he gave up? Good to see Graham Martin's old Chamois out again though, even though it didn't actually race.
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby benwick3 » Mon Apr 23, 2012 7:23 pm

Stuart Kerr had a non charging alternator and was last seen going back to the cottage he was renting to attempt a repair on Saturday night. It would seem therefore that he was not successful.

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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby Andy Hillman » Mon Apr 23, 2012 7:57 pm

Erm not sure where to start, Cadwell-on-sea was a meeting of mixed emotion for me, I had built up to this weekend for so long that all common sense was pushed aside with the need to get on the podium ! Basically as Simon had said above race 2 became a race for all remaining HRSR cars, in my mind i believed i could make the dream and get on the podium.
Unfortunatley the red mist took over and i ended up over driving the car and side swiping another competitors car, this was particularly bad as it was an imp. Anyway after the incident i chose to retire in disgrace and prepare my apology!
Moving on Sir David Heale drove the wheels off his imp all weekend collecting 2 first place trophys. Race 1 will be on youtube later this evening entitled "Cadwell-on-sea" you can watch Davids super smooth drive from my sideways imp!
Loved the video James, will we have one after every meeting in future ?
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Also big Thankyou to Martin Bramwell for lending me his 5 speed gearbox. Along with the new engine and brakes the car feels promising.
As always members of the club were there to lend a hand,thanks to james and chris for fixing my puncture and simon for lending the wheel/tyre.
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby Meltdown » Mon Apr 23, 2012 9:13 pm

A frustrating weekend for me as far as the car goes (or doesn't) but I am humbled by the camaraderie and generosity of the other racers, their families and the spectating Imp fraternity. My heartfelt thanks go to Simon Benoy for loan of his socket for the errant crankshaft pulley bolt and helping push the car into t'truck, his son Chris for all sorts - including posting an urgent plea for help on here for the aforementioned bolt, Roger, Mike, Ian and Pete (good to meet you & put a face to a name) for words of wisdom, Mark and James Ibbotson for offering to pop round and help out between now and Silverstone, Andy Jones and Steve Platts for helping sort out the timing, every other person racing Imp-powered cars that weekend for searching for THAT bolt and a very special thank you to David Heale for lending THAT bolt from his spare engine.

Twas good that I could at least help Steve tape/drill/cobble his car back together so that he could race in the afternoon...knew we should've wired the silencer on!

Plus a jolly huge thank you to my wife Pepi for keeping me sane throughout the weekend.
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Re: HSCC / HRSR 2012

Postby bazzateer » Tue Apr 24, 2012 8:51 am

Meltdown wrote:Plus a jolly huge thank you to my wife Pepi for keeping me sane throughout the weekend.

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