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18th March 2023: TDC Club Autotest

 
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Piers14
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Location: Leopardstown, Dublin

Post 18th March 2023: TDC Club Autotest Reply with quote
A contributing round of the 2023 TDC Club Championship, including Beginners’ and Novices sections.

START: Charlesland, Greystones (by kind permission of Clive Evans) at 11am SHARP
(Check-in from 10.00am).

All drivers must hold a valid competition licence, which must be available for inspection at the start.
ONE EVENT LICENCES WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE START FOR THOSE WHO ARE NOT HOLDERS OF A FULL ANNUAL COMPETITION LICENCE

Online Form to be submitted on or before Wednesday 15th March. Philip O’Reilly (087 268 6333, philiporeilly@live.com)

Entry fees: experts and intermediates: 2023 members: €50, non-members: €60
For beginners and novices, these fees will be: 2023 members: €40, non-members: €50
In all cases, €2 reduction for drivers aged 16 or 17 because of reduced personal accident insurance premium.

CLASSES: Beginners, Novices, Semi Experts, Experts. These may be sub-divided if sufficient entries are received.

TYRES: Tyres from MSUK List 1A only are permitted for use on the driven wheels of all competing cars.


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Thu Mar 02, 2023 6:38 pm View user's profile Send private message
Philip
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Regulations & Online Entry Form now available;

Regulations

Entry Form
Fri Mar 03, 2023 5:21 pm View user's profile Send private message
Mark2



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To all competitors - please note that while we must introduce the tyre list 1a, there will be a 'soft' approach to this on this occasion, especially concerning tyres that are clearly low budget non-competition tyres.

Any questions please let me know.

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Fri Mar 03, 2023 6:04 pm View user's profile Send private message
pault



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The original bulletin on tyre regulations stated that tyres on List 1B and 1C could not be used. As I understood it, tyres on List 1A and any budget tyres that aren't on any list were eligible.

Now the event regulations are stating that only tyres on List 1A are eligible. Which is the case?

While there will be a "soft" approach, to me it seems more sensible to just not allow tyres on List 1B and 1C.
Mon Mar 06, 2023 10:16 am View user's profile Send private message
Faulkt1a
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Location: Bray, Co. Wicklow

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pault wrote:
The original bulletin on tyre regulations stated that tyres on List 1B and 1C could not be used. As I understood it, tyres on List 1A and any budget tyres that aren't on any list were eligible.

Now the event regulations are stating that only tyres on List 1A are eligible. Which is the case?

While there will be a "soft" approach, to me it seems more sensible to just not allow tyres on List 1B and 1C.



Paul,

The purpose is to keep down costs here.

Allowing 'everything but' has lead to seemingly never-ending unintended options.

The prescriptive approach means everyone knows what's in and everyone can work within that, without finding themselves at a disadvantage by the arrival of the 'next great thing' not on any list.

Tim
Mon Mar 06, 2023 12:52 pm View user's profile Send private message
Philip
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Entry List as of 12/03/23

Philip O'Reilly
Graeme Hade
Dermot Hade
Garrett Kennedy
Eric Conlon
Peter Boaden
Anthony Freeney
John Nolan
Piers Mac Fheorais
Michael Melady
Brian Kingston
Paul Tierney
Richard Turner
Jamie Murray
Edmund Holfeld
Eoin McGuirk
Mark Doran
Damien Doran
Jason Griffin
John McAssey
Damien Phillips
Sun Mar 12, 2023 11:53 pm View user's profile Send private message
Philip
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Location: Dublin, Ireland

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Final Entry List for Sunday

Philip O'Reilly
Graeme Hade
Dermot Hade
Garrett Kennedy
Eric Conlon
Peter Boaden
Anthony Freeney
John Nolan
Piers MacFheorais
Michael Melady
Brian Kingston
Paul Tierney
Richard Turner
Jamie Murray
Edmund Holfeld
Eoin McGuirk
Mark Doran
Damien Doran
Jason Griffin
John McAssey
Damien Phillips
David Meeke
Fri Mar 17, 2023 9:47 am View user's profile Send private message
Faulkt1a
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Posts: 382
Location: Bray, Co. Wicklow

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Team Mark2 maintained (apparently effortlessly; becoming a seriously well oiled operation ! ) the high standard TDC wishes for its events ! That was, as the saying goes, " sweet as........"

Well done Mark, Mathew, Linda & Helen !

Big thanks to our hosts, the Evans family, Marshalls, officials and those who contributed to the organisation of the event.

Noteworthy was the newbie girl marshals on test 2; seemed to get into the swing of things quickly with incipient itchy accelerator foot becoming evident ! Thank you, ladies !

Also thanks to the competitors for the support of the event. It all starts their ! Fun seemed to be being had, from my view point !

And finally an appreciation to Mammy Walsh for the officials lunch bags ! Hit the spot !

Tim
On behalf of the Trials Drivers Club committee
Mon Mar 20, 2023 2:32 pm View user's profile Send private message
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