I'm also a newbie at Sonoma and would appreciate some extra instruction.
On Feb 22, 2016 2:32 PM, Chuck Arnold and/or Kathleen Kelley
> Thanks Dave.
> I do not know how many Sonoma/Infineon/Sears Point novices we have, but I am
> one.Â Would be really great if we could kind of commandeer the first
> practice session Friday for a relatively slow couple lap drive around so we
> could get the line. Â all I have read indicates this is fairly tricky,
> technical track with lots of room to screw up and very little runoff.Â Bill
> Babcock must have been terribly lucky when the steering wheel for his "Peyote
> special] tube frame TR3 came off in hois hands a few years back.
> On Mon, Feb 22, 2016 at 1:39 PM, davehogye <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Hello everyone,
>> Our Sonoma Kastner Cup race weekend is coming up quickly.
>> As of now, five previous Kastner Cup winners are planning to be there racing
>> and at least one other will be there in support.
>> Many Friends of Triumph are flying in to support the event, from as far as
>> the UK. Â
>> Huffaker Racing will be entering the Lee Muller TR7, which is now being
>> restored.Â Richard North has entered his factory TR7/8 rally car.
>> Tony Garmey and Bill Hart will be there with the TR250K and the Devin.Â
>> Jerry Barker is bringing his amazing Kastner Cup winning Herald.
>> Many others will be making the tremendous effort of a long tow.Â A strong
>> contingent of racers from SoCal are expected and TR6s are coming from Texas,
>> New Mexico, Arizona and elsewhere.Â Of course, the most supportive FoT and
>> Kastner Cup attendee, Tony Drews will be there too.Â At least 12 TR4s are
>> expected.Â Steve Belfer, Barry Munson and I will race our TR3s and Dave
>> Nelson will be there with his really sweet LeMans replica '55 TR2.Â Six
>> Spitfires are on my list too.
>> I am maintaining a list of around 40 potential Kastner Cup entrants.Â It's
>> going to be a fantastic group of racers.
>> CSRG wants to highlight the Kastner Cup entrants by stationing our race cars
>> opposite the garages as they usually do for honored race groups.
>> This paddock location is along the main thoroughfare and is usually reserved
>> for the vintage racing elite. Â
>> Please get your registrations in.Â You can do so at, csrg.motorsportreg.com
>> Â CSRG has a generous registration fee refund policy, in case anyone is
>> wondering.Â Full refund before 2 weeks of the event and they charge $50 to
>> cancel within 2 weeks.Â These details are stated in the online registration
>> I would recommend downloading a copy of the CSRG pre-tech form and make sure
>> all the boxes get a check.Â It's fairly basic. Â
>> CSRG has changed their helmet rule to follow the lead of other vintage race
>> organizations as well as SCCA in extending the use of 2005 snell rating
>> through 2016. Â
>> For those who plan on staying at the host hotel, the Inn Marin, please get
>> your reservations in.Â We'd like to let our enthusiastic local Triumph car
>> clubs and supporters fill the rooms that racers and crew won't be needing.
>> Â http://innmarin.com/Â ; Â The online booking code is KCUP.Â Inn Marin
>> phoneÂ number is, 415-883-5952
>> Best Regards,
>> Dave Hogye
>> Â Â
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