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MG Race in Tassie

Post  Jay on 9/12/2011, 9:21 am

Your opinion on doing a round at the Nat meet in Tassie over Easter, at Baskerville.

Would anyone be up for this, I would.
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Post  Christo on 10/12/2011, 4:36 am

I am definitely up for this would be a great meeting.
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Post  Jay on 10/12/2011, 8:24 am

Christo wrote:I am definitely up for this would be a great meeting.
Great.
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Post  griffinracing on 11/12/2011, 8:56 am

I looked at the Historic Meeting at Baskerville but the cost of the trailer (can I pretend it's a caravan... does anyone check them?) makes it very pricey.

Gee the negative vibes we got for suggesting Wakefield Park. Has to be cheaper than Baskerville (and a longer track) but then again, my car is broken and I won't make it either way.

Good luck, I hope you'll all come north some time too.

See you in October (with a 3.9 diff)

Jonesy
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Post  Jay on 11/12/2011, 9:07 am

griffinracing wrote:I looked at the Historic Meeting at Baskerville but the cost of the trailer (can I pretend it's a caravan... does anyone check them?) makes it very pricey.

Gee the negative vibes we got for suggesting Wakefield Park. Has to be cheaper than Baskerville (and a longer track) but then again, my car is broken and I won't make it either way.

Good luck, I hope you'll all come north some time too.

See you in October (with a 3.9 diff)

Jonesy
I would still like a run at Wakefield, pass on any dates I can run.
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Post  Pauly on 14/12/2011, 12:21 am

Baskerville would be good, Looks like a cracking track. The only thing we would have to work out is cost of Spirit of Tassie, I think someone told me it works out about $1400 return with tow car+trailer and a cabin?

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Post  MG50 on 14/12/2011, 1:15 am

CAr and trailer combo < 12 metres overall length = $721 each way for vehcile(s) plus are for people of $80 ...... not cheap !!!!

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Post  Pauly on 15/12/2011, 12:49 am

MG50 wrote:CAr and trailer combo < 12 metres overall length = $721 each way for vehcile(s) plus are for people of $80 ...... not cheap !!!!

That was my fear... Unless the car club are getting some sort of deal for the nat meet?

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Post  greenmgf76 on 15/12/2011, 11:39 pm

Pauly wrote:
MG50 wrote:CAr and trailer combo < 12 metres overall length = $721 each way for vehcile(s) plus are for people of $80 ...... not cheap !!!!

That was my fear... Unless the car club are getting some sort of deal for the nat meet?

Was some talk a few years ago about getting some support from Events Tasmania. Might be worth looking into again.
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