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Post by scimjim » Tue Apr 23, 2019 3:58 pm

CM Comp Sec wrote:Attached you’ll find the current championship standings after a sunny weekend at Gurston Down. Congratulations to Mark Everett who is our current leader. Commiserations to Don Bissell whose car expired on the way to Gurston. Hope you get it fixed soon Don. Watch out for the Oily Rag for full details of the weekends capers.

We’ll do it all again next weekend at Wiscombe Park. Some dry weather would be nice. Please.

See you there.

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Post by scimjim » Mon Apr 29, 2019 7:23 pm

CM Comp Sec wrote:Attached you’ll find the points and leaderboard after this weekend’s hillclimbing at a very slippery Wiscombe Park. Steve Hill was the man to beat both days and now sits atop the leaderboard.

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Post by scimjim » Mon May 06, 2019 1:31 pm

CM Comp Sec wrote:Attached you will find the Classic Marques points and leaderboard following the weekend sprints at Ty Croes on Anglesey. We have a new leader atop the championship table, although a quick look at the averages suggests this may be Nigel Walton’s five minutes of fame! Make the most of it Nigel!

Roger Fish had a very successful points haul over the two days, with not one, but two red 25’s. Matt Rowe was not far behind on both days, so also scored well.

I would like to thank Matt Rowe for doing the ‘on-the-day’ handicap timings for you all at Anglesey. Much appreciated.

The championship moves on to Goodwood next weekend.

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Post by scimjim » Sat May 11, 2019 10:53 pm

“CM Chairman” wrote:Graham has this week off so I am covering the Goodwood results on his behalf.
Totally brilliant day today - Howard was driving brilliantly / terribly but managed to get his paws on his first red 25 of the season. It's hardly been a results drought but it's taken till round 8 for him to get a Red one in the locker.
Great performances from Everett and AH Davies - both masters of the Goodwood circuit, but a very strong event from Rob Orford in the bright yellow MG Bumble Bee. Lots of drama too from Nick Keyser and Gordon Pearce but no permanent damage done thank goodness.
Howard takes over the top spot from Nigel Walton and will attempt to fend off all-comers at Prescott next weekend.
Another amazingly CM season.
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Post by scimjim » Tue May 28, 2019 9:30 am

“CM Comp Sec” wrote:Good Morning Hillclimbers and Sprinters,

Another bank holiday over and points from another round of the CMSCC speed challenge are in the bag. Round 9 at Prescott on Saturday at their La Vie en Bleu/La Vita Rossa and 90th anniversary celebration of the Bugatti Owners Club was held amongst a collection of mouth-watering machinery. And that was just the Classic Marques cars! The event always pulls in rare and unusual machinery from all over Europe, but it must be said that this year the Bugatti Owners Club pulled all the stops out. My particular favourite, the famous ERA ‘R4D’ was competing on the hill, so it really was a privilege to be there. Bugatti Chiron, EB110, Veyron, Type 35s, Lambos, Ferraris, Alfas, Maserati were all there. Fantastic.

Steve Lyle was the victor at Prescott, a hill he always goes well at, closely chased by Howard Barnard, Matt Eady and Steve Hill. Attached you’ll find the points and leaderboard post-Prescott. I have also made a small correction to the Wiscombe results, as I had mistakenly added the track length compensation. This has now been removed. Thanks to Chairman Steve for spotting this. Howard Barnard is our current leader, but with another three events over the following three weekends at Harewood, Abingdon and 3 Sisters, the championship really starts to take off and anything could happen.

May the speed be with you.

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Post by scimjim » Wed Jun 05, 2019 10:39 am

“CM Comp Sec” wrote:Good Morning Everyone,

It’s time for another points and leaderboard update after the CMSCC fun and games at Harewood last Sunday. With the weather staying dry, the competition was tight. Congratulations to Roger Fish who came away with another red 25.

My thanks to Matt Rowe for doing the CMSCC timing duties at Harewood.

Howard Barnard is still top of the leaderboard, with Matt Eady now in 2nd place after a storming performance at Harewood and Nigel Walton is still clinging onto a top 3 place.

Next up is Abingdon sprint. I’ll see you there.

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Post by scimjim » Tue Jun 11, 2019 4:30 pm

“CM Comp Sec wrote:Good Afternoon Everyone,

Attached you’ll find the points and leaderboard following our Round 11 at Abingdon last Saturday. Two sprints in one day, a whole lot of cones and a whole lot of fun. Aggregating the times for the two sprint courses made the scoring a bit more challenging than usual, but Marion did a great job sorting out the times and we were able to calculate who’d won on the day before going home time.

Congratulations to Steve Lyle in his trick Porsche on another red 25. Steve was chased hard by Nic Olson in his well-sorted Lotus Esprit, who came 2nd thereby opening his CMSCC points account for 2019. In 3rd place was another driver collecting his first hoard of 2019 points, Jes Firth in the mighty TVR Griffith 500.

The top three positions on the leaderboard remain unchanged, with Howard Barnard, now on 1B tyres, still king of the castle.

Next up is the 3 Sisters sprint on Saturday 15 June. May the sun shine for you.

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Post by scimjim » Tue Jun 18, 2019 9:56 am

“CM CompSec wrote:Ahoy there CMSCC people,

It’s time for another championship update in the familiar form of the points and leaderboard, following the sub-aqua activities at 3 Sisters last Saturday. Sounded like Gore-Tex and Galoshes were de rigour in the paddock, although I think there’s little truth in the rumours that scrutineers were checking life jackets.

The weather, it seemed, upset the form book a little and after all the splashing around on the track and after Matt had wrung out the soggy timesheet, Adrian Smith in his BMW Z4 on 1A tyres surfaced as the victor with a red 25 for his efforts. I remember at one of the Northampton Motorsport power-a-weigh days, Adrian’s Z4 had an absolutely flat torque curve, meaning the power curve was linear and I said at the time, ”that would be an ideal car on a wet track”. And so it was. Congratulations to Adrian on navigating his way between the buoys to the win.

Clive Glass and the Morgan Plus 8 must have been a handful of 1B tyres in the soggy conditions, but it didn’t stop him mooring up in 2nd spot with Andy King docking in 3rd place. Well done both.

I would like to thank Matt Rowe for doing the on-the-day timekeeping.

So the championship is just shy of halfway done and there is still no change in the top three championship positions. We now take a little breather for 4 weeks before we move to Lydden Hill mid-July.

See you there. I’ll be checking the shipping forecast before I go.

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Post by scimjim » Tue Jul 16, 2019 11:26 pm

“CM CompSec wrote:Good Evening,

After the monsoon conditions at 3 Sisters, Saturday’s Lydden Hill was a veritable desert, but even so, we did get a few spots of liquid sunshine during P1. The latest points and leaderboard is attached, where you’ll see that Jes Firth in the TVR class pedalled the Griffith 500 hard (occasionally a little too hard) to a red 25. Well done Jes!

In the CMSCC class Rob Toon was on-form in the Morgan Plus 8 in 1st place, while Rob Pallett carried huge amounts of speed through all Lydden’s 4 corners in the Ginetta G20 and landed an impressive 2nd place. Yours truly was 3rd in the G33 whilst trying some of Howard’s used 1Cs in my quest to find a good sprinting tyre. A near spin on P1 reminded me why I’d originally moved away from road tyres!
My thanks to Marion for timekeeping duties on the day.
We have had a change in 2nd and 3rd place and the top three in terms of the overall championship now looks like this:

1st - Howard Barnard
2nd – Nigel Walton
3rd – Matt Eady
Our season has passed the half way point and after the recent break things continue to pick up as we go to Castle Combe in 2 weeks, with a huge CMSCC entry, closely followed by what I suspect will be another large CMSCC entry for the double header on the popular Shropshire hill at Loton Park.
Be there or be square.
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Post by scimjim » Sun Jul 28, 2019 9:34 am

“CM Chairman” wrote:Good morning sprinters, I am covering for Graham this week.
Please see attached the new points and leaderboard following Round 14 at Castle Combe yesterday. The threatened showers did not materialise (which is nothing short of miraculous in Wiltshire) and we had a brilliant day's sprinting. You can see the event results in the attachment, but the closeness was fabulous to watch. Howard Barnard and Steve Lyle were just tenths apart all day with Steve just having the edge but Howard's final run was a total blast and I thought he'd done it but on handicap he was just 5/100ths adrift. Nonetheless 24.95 points in your trousers on the way home is not to be sneezed at irrespective of the pollen count. Great performances from everyone, but it's the sweaty ones who come straight back to the scoreboard after their run who you know are trying the hardest. You know who you are.

The leaderboard is shaking itself out now and Howard takes his place as Stig of the Dump this week. His average of 24.69 is pretty tidy and I see that no-one in contention has had a perfect run to date. Lyle's day at Anglesey is a blight on his campaign as it also was for Matt Eady. Roger Fish will be disappointed with 3 Sisters where a turn the weather ruined his day (and average). Steve Hill has 24.79 but he needs to do a sprint for his average to stick. (Regs state that contenders must do at least one sprint and one hillclimb - i.e. no-one can win the top prize with 8 hillclimbs or 8 sprints).

Next weekend we are at Loton Park for Rounds 15 and 16. I can't imagine that everyone won't be trying their very hardest at this complex hill and we may see the leaderboard evolve yet again as more of our contenders bring their season's number of events to date up to 8. Then the intense period of consolidation begins as we move into the final phase.

Graham's back in charge next week, but I shall be at Loton to take a few photos, so smile or wave for me as you go past.

Have a super day.
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Post by scimjim » Wed Aug 07, 2019 8:31 am

“CM Comp Sec” wrote:Dear All,

Well, what a weekend that was! Loton Park dished up a heady mix of incredibly tight competition, thrills, spills and all under mainly blue skies.

The new points and leaderboard is attached and with some more entrants now having completed 8 rounds or more, two of the top three have changed. Yes folks, we are now starting to get into dropped scores territory. Howard Barnard remains in pole position, with me in second (miracles will never cease) and Gordon Pearce is sitting in third spot.

Congratulations to Matt Eady for the win on Saturday, just pipping Steve Lyle by 4/100ths. Steve Hill is also congratulated for a fine win on Sunday, nearly half a second in front of Alan Hugh Davies. Commiserations must go to Steve Cork who radically deranged the little Scimitar on Sunday. Thank goodness Steve was OK after a heavy crash at Museum exit. Particularly galling for Steve as the split times showed he was well on his way to a new PB.

A big thank you to Marion for timekeeping both days.

Next stop the Cur-burg-ring for some double figure 8 sprinting at Scimfest. Good job it’s only one car on track at a time, otherwise we’d have CMSCCs first destruction derby.

See you there.

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Post by scimjim » Mon Aug 19, 2019 5:03 pm

CM Comp Sec wrote:Good afternoon everyone,

Attached you’ll find the new points and leaderboard following yesterday’s fast and furious driving at Curborough. The sprint was part of the annual Scimfest gathering and run in conjunction with Hagley & District (Loton Park) and it all seemed to run like clockwork, except the Classic Marques class prize giving, where the Hagley club again refused to award trophies on handicap. Anyway, we muddled through and got the right trophies to the deserving winners in the end.

Clive Glass led on handicap all day in the Morgan and won with a margin of exactly 1 second. A large margin in CMSCC terms and a fine drive. A truly fantastic T1 and improved T2 meant Rob Pallett put the Ginetta in 2nd spot in T1 and made sure it stayed there in T2. Matt Rowe was reunited with his Honda again and put the newly repaired gearbox to good use, ending the day in 3rd spot. All this fine driving was accompanied by some driving that many would rather forget, with spins and 4-wheels-off peppering the score sheet with fails.

So, where does that leave things. Well, the top 3 are unchanged. Howard 1st, me 2nd and Gordon 3rd.

A small but important reminder. In order to score in 8 rounds, at least one of your events must be a sprint and at least one must be a hillclimb.

Thanks to our friends in the RSSOC for inviting us to compete at their sprint. I’ve gone a little greyer from trying to compete, whilst trying to keep track of all your times and handicap scores throughout the day, not something I’d recommend! Ben Curry was our Oily Rag reporter and will no doubt tell you what really went on.

I’ll see you next at Wiscombe. In the meantime, Matt Rowe has kindly offered to do time keeping duties at Harewood and Blyton. Much appreciated Matt.

Cheers for now.

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