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Old 30-05-2010, 07:44 PM   #1
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Torquay Race results

Well come on boys how did it go ?
Who won 3c
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Old 30-05-2010, 10:08 PM   #2
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Brian peedell and dave simpkins won the weekend overall.

Brian won both races yesterday and ian won today i think.

Ian retired in first race sat.
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Old 31-05-2010, 08:37 PM   #3
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Brian peedell and dave simpkins won the weekend overall.

Brian won both races yesterday and ian won today i think.

Ian retired in first race sat.
Brian and me won both Saturday, Sundays was called a Dead heat for First, between us and Ol Beardy and Ady....
Jury is out but we did pip them on the line in the closest finish in 3C ever I would think....
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Old 01-06-2010, 03:35 PM   #4
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Full Results from Torquay

If anyone is interested log onto www.raceboatinternational.com for short report, rewsults and photos from ORDA's Torquay Bank Holiday event
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I would'nt mind it if that website used photo's with the correct accreditation or even asked to use My Pictures !!!!!
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Brian and me won both Saturday, Sundays was called we did pip them on the line in the closest finish in 3C ever I would think....
Sorry Dave hate to disagree there is another it was the 1st Heat of the 1992 2 Litre Worlds at Swansea, dead heat between Richard Lucas (driving Dave Fromow's Forgecraft) and Alistair and Jeremy Watts in Alexi (Johnaton Lucas's old Brut Forgecraft). Splitpin and I were sat on the finish line and we were asked for a decission and we could not give either way as it was a dead heat.

Sorry to be cantankerous, its my age.
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I would'nt mind it if that website used photo's with the correct accreditation or even asked to use My Pictures !!!!!
Well, post some of your photos so we can all see them.
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Well, post some of your photos so we can all see them.
He has on another thread!
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Sorry Dave hate to disagree there is another it was the 1st Heat of the 1992 2 Litre Worlds at Swansea, dead heat between Richard Lucas (driving Dave Fromow's Forgecraft) and Alistair and Jeremy Watts in Alexi (Johnaton Lucas's old Brut Forgecraft). Splitpin and I were sat on the finish line and we were asked for a decission and we could not give either way as it was a dead heat.

Sorry to be cantankerous, its my age.
Hey no problem woody...it must have been a cracker knowing Fromow....
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Apologies to Mr Tapping

In our report and results supplied by Martin Napier from Torquay we credited David Ormiston for photography as Martin's email said photos from Dave O. We have siince realised photos were also supplied from another photographer Mr Tapping and we used his. In future we will only use UK pictures sent direct to us from the photographer to avoid this mishap.
The photos now carry the right creditation.
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Old 02-06-2010, 07:25 PM   #11
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When is Scotty going to race and what did the Rookies in the Batboat go like ?
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When is Scotty going to race and what did the Rookies in the Batboat go like ?
They were good....Frank and Lee.....got it round, finished all 3 races, including 2 nasty ones on the saturday.

Bit more experience and we'll be chasin them.
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Hey no problem woody...it must have been a cracker knowing Fromow....
Anyone know what Dave Fromow is up to these days?
Apparently Adrian Carter is now a keen fisherman out of Hayling Island.
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