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Paul724

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Re: Race Number Register
« Reply #30 on: 20 Feb 22, 03:30 pm »
724 Paul Morris   They are my last three.

Tinworm

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Re: Race Number Register
« Reply #31 on: 08 Mar 22, 08:35 pm »
We thought it would be handy to have a register of race numbers for UK cycleKarts.  You can claim a number when you've got a CK you can drive (doesn't have to be finished).
* indicates cyclekart is under construction

Is the rule that it must be driveable first set in stone? Mine is now under construction and ideally I'd like 56. I suppose if anyone else wants that number, I'd better get on with the build and get on the track first?

But to be clear, is everyone else who is reserving a number doing it after it is known that their karts are driveable?
I don't want to bore you all with the details, here. But if you are interested, have a look at my blog https://peteskart.blogspot.com/

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StefanN

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Re: Race Number Register
« Reply #32 on: 08 Mar 22, 09:08 pm »
Is the rule that it must be driveable first set in stone? Mine is now under construction and ideally I'd like 56. I suppose if anyone else wants that number, I'd better get on with the build and get on the track first?

But to be clear, is everyone else who is reserving a number doing it after it is known that their karts are driveable?
It's a very vague and loose rule.   I'll put you down for number 56.

Tinworm

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Re: Race Number Register
« Reply #33 on: 08 Mar 22, 11:53 pm »

It's a very vague and loose rule.   I'll put you down for number 56.

Superb. Thanks very much, Stefan
I don't want to bore you all with the details, here. But if you are interested, have a look at my blog https://peteskart.blogspot.com/

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uncantim

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Re: Race Number Register
« Reply #34 on: 22 Aug 22, 11:03 am »
Hey Stefan

Can I have the No 69 for my ERA R6B please?

69 because its the year I was born, man on the moon, Monte Pythons Flying Circus, Benny Hill... all of that stuff.

Ta very much

Tim
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Ian F

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Re: Race Number Register
« Reply #35 on: 22 Aug 22, 04:44 pm »
Hi, as posted on the Facebook page my CK (1936 Austin 7 twin-cam) called Jane is now up and running.  I have just posted my membership application and will be attending Sywell. If it's allowed to have a mix of numbers and letters please could I have 7A.  Thanks, Ian Fletcher.

Ian F

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Re: Race Number Register
« Reply #36 on: 24 Aug 22, 07:55 pm »
Forgot to give the reason for  number 7A,. Austin 7 = 7A. Also cars n Team events cars were identified by the team number and  individual cars in the team by letters. Raced in some great team events (Birkett 6 hour relay and MGCC Heritage relay as car A

StefanN

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Re: Race Number Register - Missing cyclekarts
« Reply #37 on: 28 Oct 22, 06:21 pm »
I've just been updating the Race Number Register and it's great how many have moved from "under construction" to running.

We know it's not conventional to have fixed numbers and even duplicates, but its the nearest we've got to a register of cyclekarts in GB and a race number is generally a lot easier to see than a chassis number  (we've not forgotten about chassis numbers though!).

I notice there's a few cyclekarts under construction and even some completed ones that aren't on the register, so it would be great to have the information to be able to get it fully up to date.

thanks

Glynn

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Re: Race Number Register
« Reply #38 on: 25 Jan 23, 10:17 am »
Good Morning Stefan,
Sorry I dropped out of the Builders meeting early last week.  We had a power cut in the hotel and I lost my connection.  Enjoyed it while it lasted though.
Back home now and getting stuck in with the final details ( wish it was a bit warmer though ).  Is number 34 available ?  If so could I reserve it please ?
Glynn

StefanN

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Re: Race Number Register
« Reply #39 on: 25 Jan 23, 12:00 pm »
Glynn I've added 34 to the list.  Is there a story behind you choosing 34?

Glynn

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Re: Race Number Register
« Reply #40 on: 25 Jan 23, 12:17 pm »
No, I'm afraid it's just a random choice.