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Old 12-08-2004, 04:30 PM   #21
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NO no no.......here's the story..
obviously no one woz at tattishall park at the weekend for the watersports event..

there were a few announcements over the tannoy..[ow do ya spell that??] about the FASTEST WOMAN IN THE WORLD

Vicky Crump, the WORLDS FASTEST WOMAN WITH MORE SPEED RECORDS THAN ANYONE ELSE IN THE WORLD

Championship winning racing driver, undeniably the hottest female to come out of Britain!!

Soooo not being someone to own a guiness book of records, well maybe i do..... FIONA BEVIS goes about 160mph faster than Vicky, FIONA BROTHERS...a lot of fionas, i think fiona p has gone quicker than vicki in Marks sport rib!!!! BROTHERS used to average the silly speed of..well one doesnt know but guessing at 120 during every event, Ros Nott every race averaged 114mph, all these are averages so tink of da top speeds!!! i know that Deborah France has been way over Vickis 107mph, but Mr Crump wouldnt allow Deb to set the record on Windermere because it was all planned for his daughter to take a record, so he found a fault in her papers..clever!! ...he wasn't happy with Sara Donohue when she sneaked Lady Of the Lake a few years ago as a last minute on purpose entry..otherwise Crumpy would have found a way for her not to run!! Face like a smacked

And she has done about 120mph in one of the American boats over a measured Kilo...There's an Aussie woman who has done the silly speed of about 300mph or near as dam it..

SO THE QUESTION IS!! Vicki isn't the slowest woman in the world. BUT she sure aint the FASTEST...
Can anyone tell me if she has ever broken a record, or has Tom just made the records for her so she has no opposition?

going to sleep now..finished my shift

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A question...is Neil Holmes on the Forum??

How do you get in the K7 CLUB, or is it the K1 CLUB. or in Crumpys case the K9 CLUB.

I'm askin cos i havent a rule book and i know you are legit and worked for it...not given it cos your dad runs the club!!

gotta go...or can anyone else help on that?

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Old 12-08-2004, 07:53 PM   #23
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Vicky Crump, the WORLDS FASTEST WOMAN
cann eny fkker inntrowdoos mee too mis crunp. i lyke de fasst wimmin


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Old 12-08-2004, 08:01 PM   #24
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Old 13-08-2004, 08:44 AM   #27
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I think the only recognised record that Mrs cadman holds at the moment is for zap cat set a few years ago at windermere. Ask the people who have tried to break it if they will ever be able to go faster with the handicap of a propguard!!!!
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Old 13-08-2004, 08:49 AM   #28
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And yes I was at Tattershall that weekend just couldnt do with anymore b***shite after a day of K class ans nepotisim, so didnt hang around for the Mrs Cadman show. Heard from Mr T THAT SHE WAS DOING WELL OVER THE TON ON SATURDAY NIGHT??
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Old 21-08-2004, 09:50 PM   #29
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Well instead of talkin about it why not get off ya ass and either break some of these so called 'set-up' records or set some new ones of your own coz the way it's put, any 1 could do it. Either that or get a life coz it's too short to be wastin time bitchin.

Also if the education's the point some one must be well educated even to think of them in the first place.

Oh by the way the average at tattershall was 98.7mph so going on whats been said earlier the ton would have been passed, in that short space you got to know what you're doing.
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A question...is Neil Holmes on the Forum??

How do you get in the K7 CLUB, or is it the K1 CLUB. or in Crumpys case the K9 CLUB.

I'm askin cos i havent a rule book and i know you are legit and worked for it...not given it cos your dad runs the club!!

gotta go...or can anyone else help on that?

The rules for K-Klass are in PB1, as are the rules for all classes.

PB1 is available from the RYA direct, from all good chandlers and is FREE to all Race Licence holders.

Club contact numbers are also in PB1, give them a call or check out the website if you are SERIOUS about racing.

Incidentally, Vicky runs the club, not her dad.
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Entry into the K7 gold star is to break a national or world record at over 100mph average. The silver star is for national or world record breakers at under 100mph. Anybody know when the last silver star was awarded? Also what record did Mrs cc break to achive her gold star award?
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Entry into the K7 gold star is to break a national or world record at over 100mph average. The silver star is for national or world record breakers at under 100mph. Anybody know when the last silver star was awarded? Also what record did Mrs cc break to achive her gold star award?
My mistake, I thought it was a dig at "K-Klass".

Isn't the K7 award generally offered for "British Endeavour"? The roll of honour includes Richard Branson (for fastest Atlantic crossing and again for balloon crossing), Damon Hill, Richard Noble and Carl Fogarty. So, not just for water speed records.

Don't know about membership as such, though I believe that award recipients are offered membership.
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Definitly not having a dig at K class. Its the best thing to happen to powerboat racing in this country for years. The youngsters coming through are the life blood of offshore racing. They are doing a very good job in the first instance. There are a few things that need changing, but thats standard for offshore racing. Good luck to them all, lets just make it a bit more level playing field for all competitors.
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