Track day Cadwell 2021

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Track day Cadwell 2021

Postby morini_tom » 23 Jan 2021 17:25

The entry form for 2021 track day at Cadwell park is now open.

Remember, you need to register your interest ASAP and then you will be informed in early March as to whether you have a place and at that point you will be given payment instructions.

As always there is a discount for those paying early and an extra discount for MRC members who joined before the 1st January.

http://www.morini-riders-club.com/cadwell/index.html
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Re: Track day Cadwell 2021

Postby 72degrees » 27 Feb 2021 12:48

Do we know if MSV are going to require front brake lever guards for the MRC day?

https://help.trackdays.co.uk/hc/en-gb/a ... 21-onwards

Raised on the VMCC Forum as they are having a track day at Cadwell this year.
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Re: Track day Cadwell 2021

Postby morini_tom » 27 Feb 2021 14:53

They have told us they will be strongly advising them but not enforcing them for our trackday.

However, it’s probably safe to assume that their position could change, if not this year then maybe next.

My advice would be to have something in the toolbox as a backup just in case.

We will seek to re-confirm the status with MSV shortly before trackday so that nobody gets any nasty surprises.

The only reason to have a brake guard on a morini is to stop you using the brakes at all. Everyone knows the fastest way round Cadwell on a morini is: ATuttoGas :)
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Re: Track day Cadwell 2021

Postby 72degrees » 28 Feb 2021 08:15

Thanks Tom.

The VMCC 75th Anniversary bash sounds as if it will be more like the old Festival of 1000 bikes but without the big names and the rest of the hoohah.

More parade based with marshals than 'sessions' perhaps. No doubt BHR (who are organising it) will seek clarification from MSV. The thought of putting a front lever guard on a properly vintage bike with 'inverted lever' might put a few prospective participants off.

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