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Old 31-05-2010, 04:42 PM   #1
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well done and thank you to every body that was involved over the weekend.
me and my girlfriend went down to watch the action and had a really good weekend. a few things we thought was, that there would be more boats in all the races not many at all. the ocr boats seem to have small engines for race boats, no disrespect to the races tho.
i think i would really like to have ago at the ocr but not sure on the ins and outs of it. i've got a ring 20 with a 2.5 200 but by the looks of it 130hp was the max for that class of race.
anyway well done
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a few things we thought was, that there would be more boats in all the races not many at all.
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Old 31-05-2010, 07:45 PM   #3
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well done and thank you to every body that was involved over the weekend.
me and my girlfriend went down to watch the action and had a really good weekend. a few things we thought was, that there would be more boats in all the races not many at all. the ocr boats seem to have small engines for race boats, no disrespect to the races tho.
i think i would really like to have ago at the ocr but not sure on the ins and outs of it. i've got a ring 20 with a 2.5 200 but by the looks of it 130hp was the max for that class of race.
anyway well done
james
More info at www.ocrda.org and if there is anything else you want please call me on 07970 728573 or email chairman@ocrda.org
What you have at the moment is eligible for club class so you would be more than welcome to come to Plymouth in 4 weeks !!

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Old 31-05-2010, 08:05 PM   #4
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i think i would really like to have ago at the ocr but not sure on the ins and outs of it. i've got a ring 20 with a 2.5 200 but by the looks of it 130hp was the max for that class of race.
anyway well done
james

Like Bob says keep an eye out for a basic/open/club race. I done the one at Ilfracombe last year in a p21 with 2.5 28 efi and can throughly recomend it (although it was rough as rats). Good bunch of lads who make you feel very welcome and can throw there boats round the tight corners with ease. Not only that great atmosphere and plenty of make for a fun event. I'm hoping to get the bernico done in time for a basic before the years out so may see you there.
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