Classic Tracks cars- review of the season

Post date:
August 2018
Submitted by:
John Bevan

Classic Tracks cars- review of the season Having done eight track days already, it seems useful to review some of the fantastic cars we have had on track. If you have a similar car, bring it along, and if you’re not sure if it is a Classic Tracks car please contact us. So, in alphabetical order, here we go….. Alfa-Romeo GTV6- we had a pair of these at Goodwood, courtesy of Chris Snowdon Racing. Alfa-Romeo GTA. Another Italian beauty that graced our Goodwood day. Alfa-Romeo GTV 916 Aston Martin DB9- this looked and sounded glorious. The owner was even able…
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Classic Tracks Summer newsletter

Post date:
June 2018
Submitted by:
John Bevan

Summer 2018 newsletter


How to drive Goodwood, by Mark Hales

Post date:
June 2018
Submitted by:
John Bevan

Goodwood Classic Tracks are at Goodwood on the 3rd of July, so read on to learn how to drive this circuit, by our Chief Instructor, Mark Hales. With thanks to MogMag, in which this article was first published   The shell building at Goodwood Home to the Members Meeting and the Revival, Goodwood was formerly known as RAF Westhampnett, constructed during the second world war as a satellite airstrip for RAF Tangmere. If you have time on your hands when you are in Sussex drop in to the museum at RAF Tangmere- it is wonderful. The period feel, beautiful Sussex…
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How to drive Snetterton- Mark Hales

Post date:
March 2018
Submitted by:
John Bevan

How to drive Snetterton- The Bomb Hole and Coram- Mark Hales   The Bomb Hole More free time and a relatively early turn. The road falls away from the crown towards the outside from the mid point so in order to carry speed through and avoid slithering into oversteer after the apex, you need to steal as much track to the right as possible. There’s a drain cover in the kerb just near the apex and most cars will stand a couple of wheels over it but a lot depends on commitment. If you attack the corner and make an…
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Snetterton 200 26th of February and 7th of March

Post date:
March 2018
Submitted by:
John Bevan

Our track days at Snetterton on the 26th of February and the 7th of March were excellent- cold, but the track remained open and everyone had a lot of track time. James Sumner had a day’s tuition from our resident instructor, Mark Hales, and benefitted enormously from Mark’s comments and tuition. In addition, Barry Sumner used Mark’s knowledge to improve the set-up of the yellow Morgan 4/4 he shares with son James. Meanwhile Kath Sherry had brought along her FIA MGB for a shakedown, and husband Simon had brought his Plus 8 to join her on the 200 circuit. On…
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