Toilets due for refurbishment - really!!!! Still more likely to be done before Haynes build a proper toilet block and showers........ Gillian waited a bloody long time before holding her nose and heading in...........
When you are talking 24 secs from start to finish and speeds thro the middle trap and end trap in excess of 120 mph you begin to appreciate the quick bit!!!
Don't be out too late - we need you at Prescott tommorrow chap
Just a "sunny afternoon"
Seeing as I failed to identify a car elswhere on here - tell me what this is
Mmmm too orangy for crows
Elan tried hard to cock a wheel
Damn to fast for me
Coffee - white and no sugar please and none of that stupid Latte capufroppachino rubbish just coffee - it's ok cos that's pretty much all you can get anyway
Variety comes in all sizes
Finish line in sight
Paul I'm never that funny so what did I do or miss???
Shelsley is a one way hill with no return road – they run the cars in batches of say 20 and then they all come back down the hill. Great chance to take pictures of fast cars going slowly especially if your panning skills need work like mine do
That 6R4 DAMM thing
Up the top of the hill was rubbish for pics last year but they seem to have had a little mow and chop most of the weeds and tall grass out of the way
Bike engine cars tended to be 600 cc or 1000/1100 cc
Another bike engine’d wasp
Gas Turbine car – was fairly damn quick of the start when I saw it go earlier in the day
Caterhamwesterfield - 7 “on mission” Obviously gravity isn’t enough and you need brakes
TVR in reliable running shocker
914/6 – long commentary discussion about what it was and if it was a 914 converted to 916 – commentators were quite humorous all day.
Proper weapon but I thought not as fast as the 3 box version
Love the Front
My favourite Aldi (even if it is in fashionable essex white)
Nice green – no slouch
When you run out of space on the rear to add more wings – then add them to the front
And just for giggles I have no idea what class this was running in and I only got one picture of it all day but reminded me of the old Elf sponsored F1 cars from a long while back – count the wheels and you’ll see what I mean – it may off course have left a go-kart track near by and stumbled into the event by accident.....
That’s all folks – If this event is running next year make the effort to go and see what it’s all about – discounted tickets and short distance from Prescott make it an ideal day out and a chance to see what hill climbing is all about.