TVR Tuscan Racer comes 3rd in AMOC at Oulton Park (pic's)

TVR Tuscan Racer comes 3rd in AMOC at Oulton Park (pic's)

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kevin63

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4,661 posts

231 months

Saturday 15th September 2007
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Congratulations to Tuscan racer Darren Smith.
Darren Smith did a great Job at the Aston Martin Owner Challenge at Oulton Park, he kept the preasure on the Supercharged Lotus until it cracked, he then took 3rd a lap before the end of the 30min race.
Thanks to everyone for a great day, and Colin Ryder for flying the TVR flag and the company around the track.

















And then there is the Retrowheels racing team


Things where not all good today, Darren had his lucky TVR pants on.
Oh and yes, they are PINK



Edited by kevin63 on Saturday 15th September 21:33

sam.mnc

160 posts

189 months

Saturday 15th September 2007
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Well Done Mate... Told you you could stick it to em when we spoke at silverstone, look forward to being able to join you next time.

Regards and well done again.
Sam

Guillotine

5,516 posts

242 months

Saturday 15th September 2007
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Top Job Darren,


shorts were a mistake tho wink

Graham

16,356 posts

262 months

Saturday 15th September 2007
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Guillotine said:
shorts were a mistake tho wink
You've not see next years "Championship" regs then yet? they are compulsory....

trackcar

6,453 posts

204 months

Saturday 15th September 2007
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good result. well done. shocking fashion sense though hehesmile

wedgeman

1,326 posts

221 months

Sunday 16th September 2007
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Well done Darren - a superb result

Gotta do something about those damn pants though! hehe

Cheers - Howard

RetroWheels

3,378 posts

249 months

Sunday 16th September 2007
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Thanks Chaps thumbup

The Aston Owners organised a good show with the Super GT race , although the grid contained no Astons - there were Porsche, Ferrari, 2 Lotus and us.

We got soundly dusted by the 935 of Richard Chamberlain - but it reputed to be the fastest racing Porsche in the UK so fair do's cool

The Summit Preparation 993 GT2 race car in 2nd was a fine piece of Pork and was knocking on enough to win 2nd.

We had some excellent,close (too close!) racing with the Supercharged Type R Exige which howled , spit flames and generally went far quicker than an Exige has the right too hehe - talk of over 400 bhp in the paddocks - i dont know but it kept the Tuscan honest even on the straights yikes.

A 355 Challenge and 512 TR Fezza also provided some good racing - the 512 sounding magnificent especially up close at full chat.

All in all a good day.......

Unfortunatley , following publication of the "pink lycra shorts" pic , i have been forced to hook up with contacts in Panama - who will provide me with a new identity - before carrying on to a remote area of South America where i intend to quietly run a small ranch breeding livestock - probably Llamas.

n.b
For sale two TVR sports cars , one white ,one Purple - never raced or rallied please enquire - quick sale needed.



sam.mnc

160 posts

189 months

Sunday 16th September 2007
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Unfortunatley , following publication of the "pink lycra shorts" pic , i have been forced to hook up with contacts in Panama - who will provide me with a new identity - before carrying on to a remote area of South America where i intend to quietly run a small ranch breeding livestock - probably Llamas.

n.b
For sale two TVR sports cars , one white ,one Purple - never raced or rallied please enquire - quick sale needed.



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You have me worried, with shorts that tight you might not be able to breeed with all those animals!!!!! LOL

fredtonge

159 posts

224 months

Sunday 16th September 2007
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hi guys what more could you ask for, A good result against alot more experiance drivers, the tvr in one piece, and darrens short fettish finally out, roll on next year ft

GlynnsportRacing

292 posts

208 months

Sunday 16th September 2007
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Roll on next year, but lets keep those shorts under cover! laugh

Well done Darren, great result. Cheers mate,
Steve

NTEL

5,050 posts

218 months

Sunday 16th September 2007
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Well done Darren. Did you leave your lunch box at home? wink