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 and off again.. 2 controls later saw us stopped at the side of the road for a third time. Carb off, auto vac flushed, jets removed and cleaned, fuel filter fitted and away…way too late to follow the route so straight to lunch..late….miss the North Yorks Moor loop and back on time…hurrah! However the Brantz trip meter had had enough with no display so I had to go ‘with the force’ for distances. Made the hotel (and bar) without drama
And had a go at fixing the Brantz.. No good. But managed to Fix Mickey Gabbets clutch. A massive drop to 91st place sees a late start today.
Wish us luck we can only go up the field.

Humber Bridge

Bad Carb!!!

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About James Ewing

Cars are my passion in my business and private life. I run James Ewing Limited - International Brokers of Collectors Cars and I also have a successful restoration business. I navigate on classic rallies in the UK and europe and in my time have competed in many types of motorsport. At home we have an interesting collection of micro/mini cars, a 1958 Renault 4cv, 1962 Fiat 600d Multipla and a 1967 Subaru 360. All in all I spend most of my time 'dickingaroundwitholdcars'
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1 Response to Scunthorpe to Durham

  1. Keith says:

    Isn’t it frustrating-
    All the joys of rallying
    G H would have Tw*t*ed it with a hammer!
    It would have needed a very small hammer in this case and a delicate touch!
    Hard Luck

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