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Re: Shelsley Walsh Sunday 11th Sept

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super66 wrote:
Hope to see many of you at Curborough in October, in the Imp. :D
By this do you mean as a competitor or spectator?
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I'd love to be there as either! Alas I remain Impless until the new shell for mine is prepared, painted and built up. :cry: It'll be a sprinter - 930 cc, R21, etc. I am keen but a bit impecunious, mainly due to the Imp! :? Maybe I'll have it back by then. It'd be great to spectate and get to see Curborough in preparation for possible future competition there.

I suppose I could come along in the modern and meet you all, see what happens and what is involved and get some idea of what, if anything, I'll need to do to the car, etc.

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Gerry


got the car running again yesterday, just got to get some threadlock for the screw on the lumenition. going to try playing with brake bias next, hopefully see you there.


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Maybe some slightly softer pads on the front Keith? For those of you that don't know Keith had some issues with locking brakes at MIRA on Saturday and spun at the right hander after the speed trap - as a result he accidently started an experiment to see if a 998 will run backwards!! Glad to hear the engine's running again.
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going to try the reverse actually, put some harder rears and a bias valve in, spent some time on phone with Uncle Malc.


reckon it'll be fun to develop the Imp


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ImpManiac wrote:
I suppose I could come along in the modern and meet you all, see what happens and what is involved and get some idea of what, if anything, I'll need to do to the car, etc.

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That's what I did - went to Curborough to have a look and got hooked. FWIW my first sprint at Curborough was in a car with a bog standard 875 sport engine and standard 12 wheels and tyres. Improving things gradually as you go along is the way to go.

Back to the original theme of this thread - trying to get people to come out hillclimbing and sprinting. This is how it stands for next year:

Keith (supaimpy) - who I met for the first time on Saturday. Hopefully out in class N again next year, plus maybe his lad, Dan
Andy (stepponit) - threatening to come out again next year after a year off
Paul (I think, Impmaniac) - might be out if he gets his car finished, see above
Stuart Watson - former class benchmark, let's work on him to get him back in his Imp!!
Stuart Cairney - done some events this year, anyone know if he's coming out again next year?
Michael Tindale - not on the forum AFAIK. Registered in class N this year but currently using his Clan instead.
Me - up for it again next year, as long as three or four others are.
Who else?

It's worth noting that the HSA now have a fantastic website. See http://www.hillclimbandsprint.co.uk Ben Boult (President) and Paul Richardson (Chairman) are both Imp-men - Paul was out in his Clan on Saturday. Let's get fields of 5 Imps out next year in class N!
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Sounds like fun! :D

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we will be at curbourgh in an imp but only as a spectator, but will come down and introduce ourselves. see you all there
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Any Impers who fancy a day out with us next Sunday, Curborough is hosting the final round of the Aldon/HSA Speed Championship. Myself and Keith Laming in road-going Imps in class N, Paul Richardson and Mike Tindale (Clans) and Graham Cashmore (Davrian) in class O, with Ibbo (Daviran) and Norman/Andrew Till (sharing Clan) in non-roadgoing class P. (this is from memory - hope I've got it right).

Also running is Tony Marsh, six time British Hillclimb champion in his Gould single-seater. He also used to race GP cars (I think he was even racing the day Fangio won the '57 German GP at the Nurburging!)

Practice starts around 9.30, competitive runs at 1.00 pm.

Normally very cheap to get into Curborugh, if you can find it!!
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www.curborough.co.uk/

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All being well, I'll be spectating. I hope to meet some of you! :D

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http://www.curborough.co.uk/files/intr2003.pdf


a good place for those curious to give it a go



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Keith,Gerry & any body else competing

See you Sunday, i'll be down to cheer you on. :lol:

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Looks like we can expect a good turnout of spectators - see you all there on Sunday!
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Hi there all, Sadley i won't be able to go this weekend due to not getting my entry in on time and now having to work. Hope you all enjoy yourselfs those watching and competing, will try to make a round or two may be fully compete next year. But the good news is the car is ready. Good luck with your projects, and good luck those competing.
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Two Imps (one double driven), two Clans (one double driven), two Davrians - getting back to like it was in the good old days. Thanks for all of you spectators for turning up also, nice chatting to you all - my most enjoyable day of the season so far!

Keith and I are already making our plans for next season. Provisional dates are already out on the HSA website http://www.hillclimbandsprint.co.uk/calendar.htm

See you all next year if not before.
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Great to meet you, Gerry! It was also nice to meet you, Keith and the others too. I am looking forward to next season!

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Gerry , Threatening to come out next year :twisted: ? .. I'll be there ready to grip up yer brakes and let down yer tyres :roll: Old ? Yes :cry: . Balding ? No :D . Overweight ? : :oops: : yup but I'm dieting so it's let rip and let loose the dogs of war ( What a load of B :shock: s) we'll all enjoy the foray . Well done Gerry for coming top this year , next time it'll be harder Stepponit
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Hiya Stepponit. My profile:

old- no, overweight- no, balding- yes : the exact opposite of your description - should make for an interesting contest next year.

It'd be great if as many Imps as possible could at least enter for the two HSA MIRA rounds. Centrally located, cheaper to enter as you get reductions for being a HSA member, fast, exciting, and a dedicated class N for Imps as the HSA dictate classes. What more could we want?

I'm also planning to do Llandow (great camping facilities and a superb fast, long circuit) and Gurston (never been but heard it's exciting) next year, as well as my usual local events at Loton and Curborough.

Keith is on board, sounds like you are Andy, hopefully Impmaniac, up for it Stumacher? We even got Ben Boult back in a saloon at Curborough thanks to Keith lending him his car.
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Having received the jolly old Speedscene I see a number of our imp and imp engined competitors gracing the middle pages in glorious technicolour :D I have received from my source in a dark place that the Isle of Man have resurrected certain of their Hillclimbs and sprints for April 2006 and as yours truly enjoyed doing such in 1999 I am up for having a bash , First is the Bray Hill Sprint ( Going up instead of going down , as the bikes do in the TT ) Lhergy Frissel Hillclimb ( Ramsey, Start at Stella Maris to the hairpin up to Waterworks through to the Gooseneck and finish all in all 1.37 Miles . Longest hill in the UK :shock: ) Jurby pursuit sprint which is a race in all bar name so you can mix it a bit ) MAD!!!! :x Yup :D but I can boast about it for a season or at least until someone tells me to shut my trap . :D :D :D stepponit
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Just had to post this to get that reply count up to 100 - it's been on 99 for so long I started to feel like a nervous cricketer!

Any updates on your plans for 2006, class N contenders?
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Gerry,

Happy new year!

I am going to begin making enquiries this very week about events, MSA licenses, etc. I hope to get my car back soon(ish?). I have booked up for the proposed track day up at Knockhill this July - can't wait! Anyhow, I might be looking right here for advice about how to get an entry into events in the near future. This has been covered before but some aspects of our chosen sport still confuse me a little, sometimes. If I have any problems, I know you guys will straighten them out! :D

My main focus will be the Aldon/HSA events, I think, although the odd round of other championships wouldn't go amiss, I guess, especially if they are local. I am constrained a little by finances but am determined to try at least a few events this season.

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Seeing as this forum discussion sticks for ages on a number :evil: Just how many of us will be campaigning the Imp out there in the big wide world of Motor Racing this year :D , either on the hills and flat bits :D :shock: :D or zooming around the circiuts :D :shock: :twisted: :oops: :D :D , trying to leave yer paint on the other geezers car :shock: ( or not ) :D :D :D , and not forgetting those intrepid mud pluggers who try to get up some slippery grassy ( but not for long ) slope :x :shock: :? :oops: also those really mad people who think that belting around an icy :shock: :shock: :shock: circuit in the northern hemisphere is a load of fun. Come on you lot , lets find out just how many of us there are . Stick yer grubby bits on the keys so we all know who and where we are . Long live go faster cars :D :D :D , nuts to the staid for they shall inherit our fumes . Stepponit :twisted: :D :evil: :shock: :D :D
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OK, so where are we all with our cars for this year??

Mine is still in the garage, not a jot of work done over the winter, exactly the same spec as last year, except I'm going to get the Webers rebuilt at Solomon and Mayson if I can afford it - fed up of the car doing 20 mpg and ticking over at 2500 rpm when it's hot on the way home from events!!

First event I'm entering will be Loton on May 21st (coincides with the new Shropshire camping event), hopefully do 3 or 4 more events throughout the year as per 2005.

Have to keep things to a minimum due to IMPending arrival of kiddie number 2 in July. I have a deal with my wife that if the baby is born by 21st July I can take the sprint car to the National and leave the rest of them at home! Here's hoping it's not overdue!!

What stage are you others all at?
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My Clan will be out on the circuits again this year. Have registered for the 750MC Roadsports and the first race will be at Brands Hatch on 1st April. Not sure if I will do all of the rounds but also hope to do at least a couple of races on the Continent again. Also a possibility of entering for Mr Palmers race meeting at Brands on the 19th of this month.

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Existing car currently in the garage and having new harnesses and fire extinguisher fitted to comply with latest regs. Whilst doing this have decided to fit rear cage in accordance with MSA regs in respect of Sports cars upto 2000cc. 750MC scrutineers have no problem with integral cage but just trying to keep everyone happy!

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Still yet to get my Chamois back from being painted. :oops: Everything on the car is brand new, including the engine, so I don't propose to enter it for anything any time soon. Maybe towards the end of the season, finances and car permitting. :wink:

I have already entered the Imp '06 track day at Knockhill, though. :D Should be great!

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I'll be out in the HSA hillclimb & sprint championship this year in a
Clan. I've bought Ian Ingrams white race Luff Lightweight shell &
converting it to hillclimb spec to compete against the Till's red car.
The oily bits from my Rawlson Imp will be fitted to the shell now that
the Imp is in need of repair (was rolled last year). Still got plenty to do, only got the shell 3 weeks ago. I've managed to modify the seat mountings & floor plan to get me in it , being 6'3" doesn't help especially with a skid lid on. I've stripped out all the wiring, lights etc (car will be non-roadgoing) & i've got to fit the big arches on & i'm fitting an 'irish' front end on, because i can & i prefer them.
6 weeks to the first event means i've got to get on with it.

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First event of the year has happened - Mira 22nd April.
Nice dry day with 3 practice runs & 2 timed runs, no major incidents & was run very smoothly & professionally (as usual).
No runners in Class N unfortunately. :(
3 runners in class O (roadgoing imp specials), With Paul Richardson taking the honours in his Red 1040 Clan, Mark Ibbottson in second with his White 1040 Davrian mk5 & third was Micheal Tindale in his Yellow 875 Clan.
Class P (imp engined non-roadgoing) was a Clan only event with Andrew Till in his Red 1120 Clan beating Eric Morrey (me :) ) in my White 998 Clan with Norman Till second driving the red clan into third place.
On a personal note I was finishing the car off late into friday evening & very happy to actually be there competing. 10 weeks to convert a roadgoing race clan into non roadgoing hillclimb car using all the mechanics out of the rolled imp certainly was pushing it tight but it was worth it with me ending up with a time similar to the times i did with the Imp on my first go in the car. In fact the first time i drove it was to the start line for my first run :shock:
Unfortunately i wont be at the next few events so my next go is at Curborough on the 11th of June. I was going to do Mira on the 21st May but the entries closed on monday :oops:

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Hi Eric and all,

Love the feeling when the new season finally gets underway.

My entry is in for Loton on 21st May, and Curborough 12th June. Class N contenders so far are myself, steponit and Stuart Cairney, see

http://www.hillclimbandsprint.co.uk/competitors.asp for details.

Could do with one or two more people signing up, although my own seaosn wil be limited to probably 3 or 4 events due to kid due on 15th July.

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I am hoping to have a go at some competeive event in the Clan...

the south east seems so far from many of the hsa events though!
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It would be great to see you at some events :D

The distance thing is a problem. The HSA series is supposed to be countrywide but it does favour the south west. The majority of the events are in the Midlands & down the south west side of the country. The furthest north this year is a new one at Cadwell, & i think most 'northeners' would be upset at me calling that 'oop north'. :shock: Unfortunately being in any of the corners of the country always means you will have to travel a bit further than me in the midlands (not that woking is that far in the corner). There are only a limited amount of venues and to be honest i've never been to one in the south east. One thing i do like about the HSA series is the variety of venues, a lot of area championships natrually concentrate on the local ones but you then miss out on the challenge of different venues. The only other registered competitors in my class this year are the Tills & they are from Bristol & Cornwall. This year they are doing some local rounds & selected HSA events so i will probably only compete against them a few times. I don't blame them, i did Wiscombe a few times (400 mile round trip) & i wouldn't want to do that journey every time (especially with my Scimitars mpg).
I don't really know a solution unless you enter local events but then you will miss out on competing with other impey things.
You can tell i'm bored at work :wink:

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well guy's i'm still about but not renewed my licence or any of my memberships, house is taking priority I neglected it to build the Imp and with a Clan in the garage got to earn some brownie points, I will hopefully be out this season Gerry to join you in class N


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Be great to see you out again if poss keith, although like I said I can't do as much this year, also for domestic reasons!
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Despite the forecasts the Wiscombe Park HSA round remained dry last weekend. Slick organisation by Woolbridge Motor Club ensured that the event ran smoothly and there was even time for an extra 'fun run' at the end of the afternoon with competitors contributing a pound each towards the local church fund for the chance of an extra practice run. If you havn't been there check out http://www.g.pickett.btinternet.co.uk/Movie.wmv for in-car video which is good but doesn't convey just how steep it is in places. Great fun and I was pleased to improve on my time from last September's (non-HSA) visit.
The Werrington venue the previous weekend was similar in some respects but featured a cattle grid lined with temporary steel plates and instead of the twisty bit through the woods there is a nadgery bit through a courtyard where there are plenty of large solid objects waiting to leap out in front of you. The finish line was for me accelerating hard in third at 75mph whereas at Wiscombe the finish is flat in first! Again slick organisation by Plymouth Motor Club ensured a smooth event although one of the last runners in a quick single seater had an 'off' at the esses after the courtyard (I think) where the driver sustained an arm injury.
Good fun and worth another visit. Although it's a long journey, travelling each way in the middle of a bank holiday weekend when most others have got to where they are going resulted in fairly light traffic.
Next weekend it's Shelsley Walsh then follows a few weeks of turning the jungle back into a garden and earning a few more pass-outs/brownie points.....
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Hooray, another class-N-er on the forum.

Welcome to the thread Stuart - a HSA class rival, and we've never even met each other!!

Just rebuilding my brakes ahead of Loton on 21st May. There are three or four Imps in the frame for class N this year, but the perennial problem of trying to make it same events when we all live so far apart.
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Hi Stuart. May I add my welcome too! I also hope to compete in class N in my 930cc Chamois, probably later in the season, funds permitting (and depending on whether I ever get my car back from being re-shelled or not!! :cry: )

I liked your articles in Impressions, Gerry. Interesting stuff.

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Glad someone read it! - the articles tend to go on a bit, but I have all this stuff in my head and it's therapy to get it down on paper!
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Gerry Richards wrote:Glad someone read it!
I read it to Gerry :D

Very informative!
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Well hopefully we'll meet up sooner or later. Interesting to note that there were 4 Imps at Prescott last weekend
Ian and Nigel Moss both with 1200 Imps, Richard Bourne and David Oakes with their 998s (Stiletto and Chamois repectively).
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i have just recieved my hsa championship membembership :D got my helmet, suit and licence to. If only i had an engine :(
i may have to do a few events with the 875 whilst i get my 1040 sorted AGAIN.

As for event entry i will get sent an application for each even wont i?
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