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Sau Vic 2014 Motorsport Championship Round 4 - Winton Saturday 17Th May


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Committee has discussed the current entry situation and everyone should be aware that we expected approx 110 entries on the day. We did discuss removing this event from the MS calendar and replacing it with another in June. However it was agreed this would be too disrupting to everyone making plans for this event.

We still plan to have a sit down discussion with WRX and talk through the issues that everyone has communitacted to us. All being well, we're hoping to be able to do that before the this event.

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I never have... but then I guess people know who I am lol.

Another point - Any SAU-Vic Member that has not confirmed attendance for Squires Loft Nunawading @ Winton - Please post up numbers so I can sort the catering out for lunch!

Cheers fellas

count me in mate, I will be popping down for the day to watch, take photos, be annoying etc. Gimme a yell if you need a hand with anything

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Hoping to get along to watch & help out if needed - just not sure if I'll make it yet.

Would have loved to enter, but I was there in the Golf last Saturday for the Tampered day

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anybody staying up friday night?

have usually stayed at the caravan park because theres planety of spacer for trailers. Will be booking a cabin tonight if anyone wants a bed, help bring cost down.

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In, interested to see how this one goes.

just noticed WRX are running emergency entries?

Basically if 20 spaces allocated to a group don't get filled, then the emergency entries get to sip in prior to "the off" to fill the 20 car allocation for that session.

Getting better by the minute.

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anybody staying up friday night?

have usually stayed at the caravan park because theres planety of spacer for trailers. Will be booking a cabin tonight if anyone wants a bed, help bring cost down.

Hey Lee,

What area do you live in?

We need to try and reserve one or two car ports early sat morning if you are going to be up there, soot me a pm with your mobby if we can discuss further

cheers

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I've stocked up on Jerry cans so it's a non stop drive up in the morning for me, so I'll try and get there pretty early so I can reserve a few more together, pretty hard for one person to reserve 5-6 bays.

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Will get the championship standings out by tomorrow, have I got everyone and their right classes below?

Class A - Mod 4WD
Aaron Barnes (1)         2011 Nissan R35 GTR        1:34.5853
Craig Ferdinands (1)     2011 Audi RS5              1:37.5999

Class B - Std 4WD
Alex Barnes (3)          2006 Mitsubishi EVO        1:42.5065
Michael Brne (5)         1989 Nissan Skyline        1:44.9949

Class C - Mod 2WD
John Packham (3)         1994 Nissan 200sx s1       1:41.1502
Huy Phan (3)             1994 Nissan 200sx          1:41.7992
Andrew Collins (1)       1989 Nissan R31 Skyl       1:42.8650
Liam Clements (5)        1998 Nissan Pulsar         1:48.4080
Jason Carey (5)          1997 Nissan Skyline        1:54.1527

Class D - Std 2WD
Dave Marinucci (5)       2013 Toyota 86             1:44.3217
Justin Connell (5)       1999 Nissan Skyrine        2:00.2082
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