What are you racing in 2021? With photos!

What are you racing in 2021? With photos!

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Original Poster:

2,217 posts

175 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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It sounds like the 2021 season is going to be able to go ahead from April, so what are you racing this year?

Include photos and championship / series details please.

I'll be out in the first year of championship status (after sharing a grid in 2019 then having a standalone series in 2020) for the MA7DA Championship run under 750MC - https://www.facebook.com/750MCMa7da


Matt W

140 posts

205 months

Wednesday 24th February
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I'll be racing this in the Caterham Graduates Sigmax class. I can't wait. My only concern (apart from the fact I need to put the car back together) is that although racing can start in April, it looks like hotels are likely to remain closed for a bit longer, which will affect entries from those who don't own a motorhome and don't fancy camping in April.


CanoeSniffer

825 posts

54 months

Wednesday 24th February
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Congratulations on championship status for the MA7DAs! If you’re anything like me it’ll add a whole extra dimension to your racing, you no longer have racing mates just fierce rivals- cold hard stares all around when the paddock social BBQs start back up hehe

I’ll be out in the tubby Jaguar again, the JEC Saloons & GTs have a new home with the Classic Touring Car Racing Club hosted by BARC- very wordy, three clubs to join, but we’re back on our own grid and fingers are crossed for a reinvigorated series! Live coverage for every race too, I took part in the CTCRC Pre93s last year and the coverage is great! Really excited to see a whole Jag season covered as the racing is great.


andye30m3

3,393 posts

221 months

Wednesday 24th February
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E36 318is in 750 motor club's Roadsports and if all goes to plan a Citroen C1 in the 24 hour race.

Dan BSCS

1,016 posts

203 months

Wednesday 24th February
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Hopefully doing some 750MC Roadsports rounds in this, and maybe a couple of BRSCC Clubsport Trophy races.


A20 YBP

3 posts

104 months

Wednesday 24th February
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Hopefully back out in the 5 Nations British Rallycross Retro Rallycross championship, round 1 Spring Bank holiday weekend at Lydden Hill.


ChevronB19

2,615 posts

130 months

Thursday 25th February
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Socially distanced towards the back of the grid in this (it’s 50th year of continuous competition in our ownership).



And hopefully this (9k rpm 1000cc) which is nearly finished



All house purchase notwithstanding, the 100e should move up the grid with a new 1600 as opposed to the current ‘cooking’ 1300.

Steve H

4,414 posts

162 months

Thursday 25th February
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Well the plan is this ....... https://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?h=0&...



In MSVT SuperCup.

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Original Poster:

2,217 posts

175 months

Friday 26th February
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Matt W said:
I'll be racing this in the Caterham Graduates Sigmax class. I can't wait. My only concern (apart from the fact I need to put the car back together) is that although racing can start in April, it looks like hotels are likely to remain closed for a bit longer, which will affect entries from those who don't own a motorhome and don't fancy camping in April.

Looks great. Not sure how they will get around the hotels thing. I usually just chuck a mattress in the back of the car and sleep in the paddock. Hopefully we will still be able to do that...

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Original Poster:

2,217 posts

175 months

Friday 26th February
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CanoeSniffer said:
Congratulations on championship status for the MA7DAs! If you’re anything like me it’ll add a whole extra dimension to your racing, you no longer have racing mates just fierce rivals- cold hard stares all around when the paddock social BBQs start back up hehe

I’ll be out in the tubby Jaguar again, the JEC Saloons & GTs have a new home with the Classic Touring Car Racing Club hosted by BARC- very wordy, three clubs to join, but we’re back on our own grid and fingers are crossed for a reinvigorated series! Live coverage for every race too, I took part in the CTCRC Pre93s last year and the coverage is great! Really excited to see a whole Jag season covered as the racing is great.

Haha thanks. I was in Locost for years before we got MA7DA going. Your car looks great, and that's an awesome photo! Where is the live coverage of your series? Is it through the guys at Alpha Live?

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Original Poster:

2,217 posts

175 months

Friday 26th February
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Dan BSCS said:
Hopefully doing some 750MC Roadsports rounds in this, and maybe a couple of BRSCC Clubsport Trophy races.

Look ace Dan. Will make the effort to come and say hi next time we are out with 750 Roadsports. I've finally got Tom to commit to race this year - he got his ARDS last summer and will be out with us for hopefully most of the season.

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Original Poster:

2,217 posts

175 months

Friday 26th February
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Steve H said:
Well the plan is this ....... https://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?h=0&...



In MSVT SuperCup.
Awesome stuff - been keeping an eye on your build. It looks mega!

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Original Poster:

2,217 posts

175 months

Friday 26th February
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ChevronB19 said:
Socially distanced towards the back of the grid in this (it’s 50th year of continuous competition in our ownership).



And hopefully this (9k rpm 1000cc) which is nearly finished



All house purchase notwithstanding, the 100e should move up the grid with a new 1600 as opposed to the current ‘cooking’ 1300.
Both look lovely - I see you like grey?

ol

Original Poster:

2,217 posts

175 months

Friday 26th February
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A20 YBP said:
Hopefully back out in the 5 Nations British Rallycross Retro Rallycross championship, round 1 Spring Bank holiday weekend at Lydden Hill.

Have you got any videos? Rallycross has got to be one of the best forms of racing to watch

ol

Original Poster:

2,217 posts

175 months

Friday 26th February
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andye30m3 said:


E36 318is in 750 motor club's Roadsports and if all goes to plan a Citroen C1 in the 24 hour race.
Looks great - get a photo of your C1 up! They sound a lot of fun, especially in 24 hour guise..

Sammo123

1,750 posts

148 months

Friday 26th February
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andye30m3 said:


E36 318is in 750 motor club's Roadsports and if all goes to plan a Citroen C1 in the 24 hour race.
Never heard of this series. Looks like great fun with a good mix of cars!

ChevronB19

2,615 posts

130 months

Friday 26th February
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ol said:
ChevronB19 said:
Socially distanced towards the back of the grid in this (it’s 50th year of continuous competition in our ownership).



And hopefully this (9k rpm 1000cc) which is nearly finished



All house purchase notwithstanding, the 100e should move up the grid with a new 1600 as opposed to the current ‘cooking’ 1300.
Both look lovely - I see you like grey?
We once bought a yellow racecar and asked the seller if he knew the paint code. He (with suitable embarrassment) shuffled his feet a bit, and said ‘Westland helicopter yellow’ (he worked for the RAF), ha!

epoch911

349 posts

176 months

Friday 26th February
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This in the Super Mighty Minis...





And this in the HRDC...

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Dan BSCS

1,016 posts

203 months

Friday 26th February
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ol said:
Look ace Dan. Will make the effort to come and say hi next time we are out with 750 Roadsports. I've finally got Tom to commit to race this year - he got his ARDS last summer and will be out with us for hopefully most of the season.
Great news Oli! Would be good to catch up.

cashmax

826 posts

207 months

Saturday 27th February
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ol said:
Matt W said:
I'll be racing this in the Caterham Graduates Sigmax class. I can't wait. My only concern (apart from the fact I need to put the car back together) is that although racing can start in April, it looks like hotels are likely to remain closed for a bit longer, which will affect entries from those who don't own a motorhome and don't fancy camping in April.

Looks great. Not sure how they will get around the hotels thing. I usually just chuck a mattress in the back of the car and sleep in the paddock. Hopefully we will still be able to do that...
Also racing in Grads and figured out that although hotels are shut, you can still book an airbnb as a holiday let.