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Thread: 2017 East Coast Sevens HPDE and Social Event

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    Mike, Tom and the rest of the group,

    Sorry but won't be able to get there this year . Family vacation plans and of course only time it worked was around the 4th. So... Montreal and Quebec City instead of NJMP.

    Seems I just got the idle and fuel delivery issue I was having solved as well by switching to a different ECU George Alderman happened to have sitting in his shop. Hope to get up with you another time before next year!!

    Be thinking of all the fun I'll be missing that weekend. Hope everyone has a blast and remember............keep it on the black stuff!! No agricultural racing.

    Jim A.

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    Mike/Tom - Just registered with the Mallock. This should remove me from contention for the "Polisher Award".

    Steve

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    Sorry to hear that you cannot make it Jim. We will miss you and Kitcat will have an off-track excursion in your honor.


    Good to hear Steve. You are betting odds for the polisher award based on your past performance with the mirror finish on your cars!

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    Updated for the last 24 hours

    The attendance list I am tracking has the following commitments/registrations:

    1 Tom G - Orange SV Duratec and Yellow S3 Rover K series Caterham
    2 Jeff H - blue S3 Caterham zetec
    3 Mike M - blue S3 Caterham zetec
    4 Fred M - bike engined Locost
    5 Roman - Honda S2000 Ultralite
    6 Paul U- green Birkin zetec
    7 Seb K - red duratec S3 Caterham
    8 Dan F - orange Westfield Miata
    9 Tom C - Birkin XS Duratec
    10 Dermot M - blue Caterham SV with Miata turbo power
    11 Graham - Locost with Honda K series engine (Thanks for the correction Graham)
    12 Mario - Stalker LS engine with patriotic Stars and Stripes
    13 Rick - 800hp LS engined Stalker
    14 Jay F - Caterham SV Duratec
    15 Mike J - Caterham CSR Cosworth and Caterham SV zetec
    16 Dave D with his Superformance S1 zetec (with his lovely "pit assistant" Bev!)
    17 Todd with his vintage Caterham crossflow
    18 Dave H with his Birkin
    19 Steve M with his Mallock Clubman
    20 Matt (Spc_cwby) with his Caterham 620R (assuming he gets it done in time - c'mon Matt!)
    21 Simon W with his slower than Seb Caterham R300

    So 21 drivers with 23 cars there at this point.

    Possibility of Chris S with his 1962 Lotus 7 - assuming he can get it ready in time.

    And I still dont have some stars in:
    - possibly Michael D if he has not sold his car?
    - Matt with his Westfield
    - George H with his Birkin


    Visitors - I have heard from Amos and Blake about attending. just a reminder that if you are visiting you will need to register and pay the fee if you wish to come out on track with an instructor and join us for breakfast/lunch, etc or Don's Saturday night party.

    If you are potentially shopping for a seven, come and check out the event for a day or two. You can try on all the major seven types in one day, chat with knowledgeable owners, see how they perform and meet a bunch of really fun people. You will come away as an informed buyer being smart about your potential purchase.
    Last edited by Croc; 06-08-2017 at 06:16 PM.
    Mike

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    Three weeks to go everyone.. three weeks! I can't wait. Now hoping for good weather.
    Unfortunately my family will be n Montreal already, an unable to join... but my Mother in Law who lives in Phily, and a bit of a car enthusiast, wants to come as a guest for a day. yes.. she is pretty cool.
    Caterham R400 TBs

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    Arm restraints. I have never used arm restraints before, but I can see the reasoning. So what should I look for? are there any option or advantages with different brands.

    Graham

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    I've used the Simpson ones. Just have to make sure that the loops at the ends of the straps are large enough to get over your shoulder harness buckles.

    Tom
    2000 Caterham Superlight #123
    1.8L VHPD Rover K Series
    2009 Caterham SV
    2.3L Cosworth Duratec

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    UPDATED - The attendance list I am tracking has the following commitments/registrations:

    1 Tom G - Orange SV Duratec and Yellow S3 Rover K series Caterham
    2 Jeff H - blue S3 Caterham zetec
    3 Mike M - blue S3 Caterham zetec
    4 Fred M - bike engined Locost
    5 Roman - Honda S2000 Ultralite
    6 Paul U- green Birkin zetec
    7 Seb K - red duratec S3 Caterham
    8 Dan F - orange Westfield Miata
    9 Tom C - Birkin XS Duratec
    10 Dermot M - blue Caterham SV with Miata turbo power
    11 Graham - Locost with Honda K series engine (Thanks for the correction Graham)
    12 Mario - Stalker LS engine with patriotic Stars and Stripes
    13 Rick - 800hp LS engined Stalker
    14 Jay F - Caterham SV Duratec
    15 Mike J - Caterham CSR Cosworth and Caterham SV zetec
    16 Dave D with his Superformance S1 zetec (with his lovely "pit assistant" Bev!)
    17 Todd with his vintage Caterham crossflow
    18 Dave H with his Birkin
    19 Steve M with his Mallock Clubman
    20 Matt (Spc_cwby) with his Caterham 620R (assuming he gets it done in time - c'mon Matt!)
    21 Simon W with his slower than Seb Caterham R300
    22 George H with his Birkin

    So 22 drivers with 24 cars there at this point (25 cars if Mario brings his S2 up for display).

    Possibility of Chris S with his 1962 Lotus 7 - assuming he can get it ready in time.

    And I still dont have some stars in:
    - possibly Michael D if he has not sold his car?
    - Matt with his Westfield


    Visitors - I have heard from Amos and Blake about attending. just a reminder that if you are visiting you will need to register and pay the fee if you wish to come out on track with an instructor and join us for breakfast/lunch, etc or Don's Saturday night party.

    If you are potentially shopping for a seven, come and check out the event for a day or two. You can try on all the major seven types in one day, chat with knowledgeable owners, see how they perform and meet a bunch of really fun people. You will come away as an informed buyer being smart about your potential purchase.
    Mike

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    Justt dropped off my Yellow Caterham at the CrocPit. Now there are 4 Se7ens there. Only 2 more Weeks to go. TBox56 is probably almost packed and ready to head out.

    Croc's selection of trophies this year is outstanding. Assuming everyone makes it, this will be a new record turnout even with a few of the regulars missing due to family commitments. Still two weeks to get your act together and join us if you are on the fence. Where else are you going to see 20+++ Sevens at and on the track together and get to hang out with a bunch of other 7 nuts. Plus the food and drinks aren't bad either. Don't forget your bathing suit as the pool is open.

    I might even have to clean the rubber off my car as Croc was polishing his cars when I left. Tom
    Last edited by yellowss7; 06-16-2017 at 02:42 PM.
    2000 Caterham Superlight #123
    1.8L VHPD Rover K Series
    2009 Caterham SV
    2.3L Cosworth Duratec

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    Quote Originally Posted by yellowss7 View Post
    ...Croc was polishing his cars when I left.
    No chance. Every other car plus my day job were being worked on.
    Mustang got a new battery so it is now fighting fit again.
    CSL electrical issues are making headway. Even the handling issues we are making progress on.
    Now a starter for the cigarette packet Holden to make it mobile again would be wonderful.
    Mike

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