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Newstead Abbey 2013 Entry
Please select above options for the event.
Single entry means a single driver
Double entry means two drivers racing the same car (shared number of runs)
Entry fee's are:
Novice/pre paid season drivers package - entry included in package just select the free package and complete entry form (Camping costs and double drive if applicable still apply)
Standard Entry £60
Double drive +£10
Camping per unit i.e. per motorhome/tent or caravan+£10
Entries must be received by the Friday morning prior to the weekend of the event, any entries received after this point (including pre-paid package members) will attract a £30 premium this includes entries on the day.
Any questions please call Mark on 07979 568317
The seventh round of the NORC championship will be held at Newstead Abbey, Nottingham. This event will run over 2 days with an expected course of 4-7 miles, make sure you bring your lights for the night runs.
Permit Number (Issued By MSA): 79370
Steward of the Event: Steve Wells/Jon Wilson
Clerk of Course: Jules Salmon
Secretary of the Meeting: Mark Shaw
Chief Marshal: Simon Cotton
Chief Timekeeper: Sue Cartwright
Chief Scrutineer: Frank Champion
Course Length: approx. 4-7 miles
Number of runs: 8 Sat, 8 Sun
Scrutineering From 09:00 on Saturday
Drivers Briefing 13:00
Racing: 14:00 to 17:30 and 19:00 to 21:00
Racing: 09:00 to 15:00
Timing Wasco R-E/B printing time clocks as MSA H9.2.2.
Start as MSA H9.2.4.
Standing Supplementary Regulationsv2.pdf
All results, penalty times and adjudications will be posted in the Safari Control
on the notice board. Provisional results will be posted as soon as possible afterthe event closes. Penalty times will be posted throughout the meeting.
The results will be FINAL 30 minutes after the provisional
results have been published or 30 minutes after any
protests have been adjudicated on and posted.
Newstead Abbey, Newstead Abbey Park, Nottingham
How to get there
Newstead Abbey is located 12 miles north of Nottingham on the A60 and is also close to Junction 27 of the M1. If coming from the M1, follow the signs for Sherwood Forest until you see the brown signs for the Abbey.