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dds11
27-09-2005, 11:49 AM
What category shall we make the Cambridge CC promotion for 2006?

Proposed date is Sunday 23rd July 2006.

The course will hopefuly be the same as the last two years - Kingston, Bourn, A1198.

In 2005 I think the ERRL had six 3/Js, sixteen 2/3/4s and six 1/2/3s (of which one was cancelled).

I should put in my event registration this week.

Thanks for your opinions.

speedyshaun
27-09-2005, 02:24 PM
I think as most if not all of the 1st cats in the ERRL next year live near Cambridge, might be nice for them to have one race they aint gotta travel miles to :!: :D

dds11
05-10-2005, 07:40 PM
I provisionally put the Ike Saul in as a 2/3/4.

Looking at the provisional calendar posted by Brian Potts I count the ERRL events as:
Six 3/4/J
Seven 2/3/4
Seven 1/2/3
Three TBA (a 3/4/J and two more 1/2/3s if the same as last year)

That looks quite balanced to me - so thanks for your votes - but I think I might stick with the 2/3/4 now.

dstaite
10-11-2005, 03:17 PM
I think as most if not all of the 1st cats in the ERRL next year live near Cambridge, might be nice for them to have one race they aint gotta travel miles to :!: :D

Good point... Although we could always marshall ;-)

ChrisB
10-11-2005, 03:32 PM
I provisionally put the Ike Saul in as a 2/3/4.

Looking at the provisional calendar posted by Brian Potts I count the ERRL events as:
Six 3/4/J
Seven 2/3/4
Seven 1/2/3
Three TBA (a 3/4/J and two more 1/2/3s if the same as last year)

That looks quite balanced to me - so thanks for your votes - but I think I might stick with the 2/3/4 now.

Hadn't noticed this thread. Going to have one more crack at winning your own promotion, then Digby? :lol:

dstaite
10-11-2005, 04:47 PM
I provisionally put the Ike Saul in as a 2/3/4.

Looking at the provisional calendar posted by Brian Potts I count the ERRL events as:
Six 3/4/J
Seven 2/3/4
Seven 1/2/3
Three TBA (a 3/4/J and two more 1/2/3s if the same as last year)

That looks quite balanced to me - so thanks for your votes - but I think I might stick with the 2/3/4 now.

Hadn't noticed this thread. Going to have one more crack at winning your own promotion, then Digby? :lol:

He stopped racing at 99 points :roll:

James W
10-11-2005, 04:49 PM
With all those near-misses this year, Digby has got to have some luck next year!... Especially if I'm head judge again and he slips me a tenner :wink: 8)