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Old 11 Nov 2003, 22:36 (Ref:780359)   #1
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2004 Hillclimb Dates

If I had had the patience/intelligence to learn how to create a web-site then this link would have gone there!!

Instead, here's the dates in, I hope, an easy to read form.

"2004 Hillclimb Dates

All volunteering info can be found here:


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Now all of you have no excuses not to join us sometime next year!!!

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Old 11 Nov 2003, 23:37 (Ref:780415)   #2
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Old 12 Nov 2003, 00:01 (Ref:780445)   #3
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Thanks Stu, a great help!
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Old 12 Nov 2003, 11:13 (Ref:780876)   #4
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Great stuff, I can start planning already.
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Old 12 Nov 2003, 20:28 (Ref:781376)   #5
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Hey!! I can say it now!!!!!

SITE UPDATED !!!!!

ok, not by much but I'm working on it!!
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Old 13 Nov 2003, 23:38 (Ref:782644)   #6
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Well done, Stu. I think we should let everyone know you're learning as you're building it. In the words of Bruce Forsythe, "Hasn't he done well?"
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I am looking at doing a couple of hill climbs next year to see what its all about. In 20 yrs of marshalling I have never done a hill climb. Can anyone suggest a good meeting to do prefably a whole weekend. I would go on the bank my wife has done start line for sprints and is a MSA timekeeper.
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I am looking at doing a couple of hill climbs next year to see what its all about. In 20 yrs of marshalling I have never done a hill climb. Can anyone suggest a good meeting to do prefably a whole weekend. I would go on the bank my wife has done start line for sprints and is a MSA timekeeper.
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I would aim for either Gurston Down (Salisbury), Prescott (Cheltenham) or Shelsley Walsh (Worcester), for my very first meeting. All three hills usually have two National Rounds a year, those six meetings would rank as the not to be missed rounds for next year if you take a liking to Hill Climb.
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I would aim for either Gurston Down (Salisbury), Prescott (Cheltenham) or Shelsley Walsh (Worcester), for my very first meeting. All three hills usually have two National Rounds a year, those six meetings would rank as the not to be missed rounds for next year if you take a liking to Hill Climb.
I did my first meeting at the Testing Day at Gurston this April. Not sure if there's one again this year. A good intro as it's not quite so frantic as a regular meeting.
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Old 14 Nov 2003, 21:26 (Ref:783659)   #10
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What about Barbon?
Can,t be many hillclimbs were the postie gets a time.
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What about Barbon?
Can,t be many hillclimbs were the postie gets a time.
Barbon's date is now included. But how many of you spotted the "deliberate mistake" ????

"Clue": Midland Rounds?

and I know you lot cannot cheat as I've rectified the error !!!
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Old 14 Nov 2003, 22:18 (Ref:783708)   #12
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I am looking at doing a couple of hill climbs next year to see what its all about. In 20 yrs of marshalling I have never done a hill climb. Can anyone suggest a good meeting to do prefably a whole weekend. I would go on the bank my wife has done start line for sprints and is a MSA timekeeper.
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HaHa !!! another convert.

We will rule the World!!!!

but seriously rzsio, what do you look for in a "good" meeting? (in no particular order)

Good View?
Good Facilities?
Being Real Close? (to the cars @ High-Speed)
History?
Freebies?
Social Side?

let me know and then I (and others) will be able to guide you accordingly.

Whatever your needs or desires, I know the Hillclimb Fraternity will welcome you with open arms and cans/bottles!!!
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I am looking at doing a couple of hill climbs next year to see what its all about.
but before you go rushing off with your volunteering forms........

maybe you need to take a look at this gallery to see what you might be letting yourself in for !!!

Hillclimb Fun!!

p.s. how many 10-Tenters can anyone name and shame????

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I do not look for anything ao particulat in a meeting but alot of circuit stuff is getting very boring and I am looking for other interests to get involved in.
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I can name all of them now, but at the time I wasn't even sure who I was.

Mr 396, pm me if you like. I'd agree with B1ackcr0w's round up. Camping is besr at Gurston (GIT village), partying at Prescott (Dickie's Erection) and free beer at Shelsley. whichever you do - and I'd suggest at least one national round at each - you'll get w friendly welcome, and you should meet quite a number of us.

And Stu, I think I'd got the bugette. If you check my e-mail to you, it was in there! Despite that, ut's a brilliant first effort.
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