Monthly Archives: April 2012

Durham to St Andrews

I can’t remember ever being in the bottom three cars but we left Durham 1hr 33minutes after the first car. The Vauxhall now running as sweetly as ever. The approach to the last day was to treat it as the … Continue reading

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Scunthorpe to Durham

Started in high spirits with the roof down over the Humber Bridge. The car started to cough and splutter making us late at the first of 15 time controls. Carb off, cleaned and rebuilt 1 minute within our maximum lateness … Continue reading

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Near Scunthorpe

Stop Press. The results have been amended and now our position has been elevated to 49th, the top half! A damp morning awaits and the first navigation section looks tricky. Brad Mottiers Riley ‘Bigley’ special in front of a Bentley

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Duxford to Broughton

The first day got off to a good start with an easy test and accurate regularity. Roof down and clear skies! A busy time ensued with a total of 5 tests and 3 regularity navigation sections. The heavens opened at … Continue reading

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Duxford Start

The Vauxhall at the start.

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Rally Surprise!

Yesterday the phone rang with good news. A navigators seat on the Flying Scotsman rally had become available at the last minute and would I fill it? Geoff Cook in his Vauxhall 14/40 2 seater tourer with dickey seat needed … Continue reading

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