Entry forms available for BMMC Curborough Sprints

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Entry forms available for BMMC Curborough Sprints

Entry forms and SR's are now available for the 2 BMMC sprints at Curborough on the Saturdays' before our championship events.

This is a great chance to get in some practice for the championship rounds the following day and to make it a weekend of sprinting at Curborough. 

BMMC May Curborough Regs

BMMC May Curborough Entry Form

BMMC August Curborough Regs

BMMC August Curborough Entry Form

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I've tried to fill the entry form in but have been defeated by the digital signature requirements! Any one else done it.

I also noticed the event regs require all L7 class cars to have a reverse gear.

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Yes. I entered last night.

Are you seeing a red arrow shaped marker in the top left of the "signature of the driver" box?

When I clicked on that, it seemed to sign it automatically. I guess I must have set it up on my PC some time earlier?

I get the option to use my pre-configured ID or the "Conifigure new ID"

 

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I mentioned to my sprinting 21 year-old son Chris that entries for Curborough were now open for the May event.  He questioned whether it would actually go ahead, what with the virus situation.  He immediately followed it up with "well I'll be alright as all the rest of the competitors will have been vaccinated by then!".  Yikes  

A bit harsh, but then I have thought before that the average age of competitors is getting higher... Laugh 

Even Sir Derek could win it!  Driving  

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I also noticed the event regs require all L7 class cars to have a reverse gear.

Totally agree with thisThumb Up

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#3 Thanks Richard, every day's a school day Thumb Up

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Entry in, thanks Richard.

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Done - anyone have any recommendations for a B&B that would be friendly to a Caterham on a trailer for the Saturday night?

Midlife crisis begun....

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Andy

The safest place to leave you trailer on Saturday is Curborough. Lots camp overnight and just about all the cars competing both days will be left in the paddock.

Now you can choose your overnight accommodation without worrying about parking and security.

 

Graham Howard - Competition Secretary   Northampton Motorsport Lotus Seven Club Speed Championship 2021    
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Andy,

As Graham says drop the car and trailer off at the circuit and If you just want a bed for the night and a shower in the morning consider the A38 Travelodge Southbound. I've stayed there countless times and its cheap as chips and just a 10 minute drive to the circuit in the morning.

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Thanks chaps.

Camping sound like it might be worth investigating as well as the Travelodge (think I've stayed there in the dim and distant past)

Midlife crisis begun....