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- Name: Jeff Wiltshire
The safety requirements are pretty simple, you need a crash helmet which is in good order and long sleeves/trousers. The car has to be safe and has a safety inspection before you can compete. So very similar to a trackday. You need a day license from the IOPD to compete as well.
Saturday it was two laps of the 100 circuit and we got one convoy run, one untimed practise & eight timed runs. This is my fastest run of the day which was the fastest overall and the class winner
Sunday was the 300 and it was raining in the morning. A two lap convoy, one untimed practise and then six timed runs (more would have been available but the rain came back after drying so people didn't bother).
Damp Timed run
(water in the work as far as sound is concerned)
I did a 2min 6 sec on my best dry run and that was 3rd overall and 1st in class.
Lots of different classes on the JSS so something for everyone. Great events with minimal MSA type issues. Recomended.
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- Name: Peter Smith
- Location: Hawkhurst
Are you think of doing more of these next year or not? The class structure looks a lot more flexible and I could fit my car into B3 I guess
I've almost got the engine back out the Striker today, strangely enough that will be another step forward as I can then finish the engine off and then refit it ready to run
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- Name: adrian thorp
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