Forrestburn Production Car Trial – 03 November 2019

Forrestburn Production Car Trial – 03 November 2019

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The results of the PCT are now online here or here. My thanks go as always to the marshals for standing out in the rain and pushing cars stuck in the mud. My thanks also to Marion and Derek for keeping us fed and watered. That’s it for 2019 so have a good festive season and get ready to rumble next year.

Thanks to the efforts of John Crae and George Dow, we have some images from the Production Car Trial held at Forrestburn on Sunday 3 November 2019.
 

Production Car Trial at Forrestburn: 6 October 2019

Production Car Trial at Forrestburn: 6 October 2019

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A great big thanks to all the marshalls who had to endure some pretty awful weather today, allowing us to take to the hills for the first of the end of season Production Car Trials today. Also to Marion for taking on the scoring, etc and Shonah feeding us all with her barbecue skills.

Looking forward to seeing you all on November 3rd for our final season event. Here is a photo-set courtesy of George Dow.

Production Car Trial at Forrestburn: 24 March 2019

Production Car Trial at Forrestburn: 24 March 2019

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Here is a small collection of images from the Production Car Trial held at Forrestburn on Sunday 25 March 2019.  Photos from George Dow. Oh and the results of the Trial are now available here. It was a rather wet and blustery day so many thanks to the drivers and marshals for braving the weather.

A Sunny Start to 2019 at Forrestburn

A Sunny Start to 2019 at Forrestburn

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The first competitive event of the 2019 season got underway at Forrestburn on Sunday 24 February in beautiful conditions. The Production Car Trial was well attended. We have a video of the event from Scott Clements.

We don’t have a report on the day yet but more text or images and here are the results.  Meanwhile here is a photo gallery of the event. Pics courtesy of Jamie and Shonah Gibbon (images suffixed 01-19). And then a smaller set of high-quality images from George Dow now included (images suffixed 20-27) and Trish and Donald MacDonald (images suffixed 28-39).

The 2019 Season starts here!

The 2019 Season starts here!

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Hello everyone,

Jonathan Neale here – I hope you are all fighting fit and raring to go for the 2019 season. Please download the regulations for the production car trial which is to be held on Sunday 24 February at Forrestburn. If you would like to enter then there are a variety of ways of doing that:

  1. Fill out the entry form and return to me via my email address: jonathan.neale@o-i.com
  2. Print the form, fill it in and scan or photo it and send to me via email
  3. Print the form, fill it in and send to me via post
  4. Unfortunately, I cannot accept entries via social media

Payment can be made by cash or cheque on the day.

After the brilliant turn out of marshals last November, I would like to welcome you all back this month. Let me know if you intend to attend so that we can ensure lunch is supplied for everyone. I look forward to seeing you all on the 24 February.

Scrutineering starts at 10.30 am and first runs commence at 11:15 am.

Sunny Silly Hat Day: the PCT on 4.11.2018

Sunny Silly Hat Day: the PCT on 4.11.2018

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We have plenty of images to share from today’s event at Forrestburn but absolutely no reports from the event.  However, it is possible to say that the 2018 Silly Hat Trial was blessed with good weather but perhaps the quality and originality of the hats were less marked than in previous years. Commentary, analysis and even results from these arcane proceedings will follow shortly but for now, here are the images. Thanks to Tricia MacDonald and George Dow.

PS:   The results from yesterday’s production car trial are available here. Congratulations to Angus (not David as announced yesterday) for winning Class 1. David still gets the non-expert award however so well done to him. Congratulations also go to John Miller (Class 3) and Scott Clements (Class 5). As always, we would like to thank the following for making the event happen. To Keith for opening up the site and closing it afterwards, to Shonah for feeding everyone, for the many marshals and volunteers who came out yesterday (much appreciated) and to the many silly hat wearers.