View Full Version : S.E.N. 12/7 @ Norfolk Buggy Club

21-06-2009, 09:17 PM
Looking forward to it already. A good track layout sorted (thanks Simon) so just that tabletop to sort and the grass near the time:)

Remember to get booked in beforehand, if anybody needs help with this contact me and I'll get you booked in.

Also, we'll run a beginner/vintage/tamiya heat for anybody ( and thats anybody ) who fancys coming down for the day.

Now, do I run the RC10CE or the tamiya Desert Gator or .....do I fix that blackfoot in the garage.:D

02-07-2009, 11:44 AM

We're hoping to get a few 'car loads' of drivers up from LBC for the S.E.N meeting on the 12th.

Is the track still near Rackheath (off the Wroxham road)?



02-07-2009, 12:17 PM
Yep you got the right place Ben.

02-07-2009, 07:32 PM
A message for Mr Dufton - (Please pass it on)

I have booked you in as requested, please drop me a line or ask someone too. (if you can't make it).;)

Looking forward to the venture up North, not been to NBC before.

06-07-2009, 04:19 PM
I know we need to do a bit to the track (cut grass and perhaps do the tabletop).
I can help either Thursday evening or Saturday afternoon for while.

Also, are there any more members of NBC THAT NEED TO BE BOOKED IN.

Scott, Scott Jnr, Matt or Oliver ??? Oh and Dave:D

07-07-2009, 03:26 PM
Also, are there any more members of NBC THAT NEED TO BE BOOKED IN.

Scott, Scott Jnr, Matt or Oliver ??? Oh and Dave:D

With RC drivers being rarer than forum posts about; Monkeys investigative journalism, breaking news with Pulitzer prize material regarding the plight of albino's clearing rocking horse poo from a lottery winners kitchen, in the hope that they can prepare bacon carved from a recently captured flying pig and enjoy the planetery alignment of the solar system through Galileos first Telescope. I thought I would post up a......

"Let's drag people to the track type post";)

Methods in use at LBC are, begging, asking, goading, and some reverse psychology. Kidnap is an option on the table, but that will be a last resort.;)

Is there anyone at NBC who would like to book in, please register first, if you have already, just book straight in. If you have any problems drop Zipper (http://www.oople.com/forums/member.php?u=511#) or Me or SENGP (http://www.oople.com/forums/private.php?do=newpm&u=4833) a PM and we'll get it sorted for you.


09-07-2009, 12:06 PM
Thanks Ben

We should be cutting the grass Saturday pm (1.30ish) and perhaps having a look at that back tabletop if your about Carl or anybody else that wants to lend a hand.:)

09-07-2009, 01:20 PM
We have enough:thumbsup:. Although if anymore book in that's a bonus!:D

See you on Sunday - and looking forward to seeing some Vintage car action too.

09-07-2009, 08:56 PM
Not sure the rc10ce is ready for the track so its going to be the Tamiya for the fun/beginners heat(s)

As I understand it ( the wife took the message so its abit garbled) Dave's without a computer at the moment so if anybody needs to know anything just ask on here or you can phone me on .

I'll speak to Dave and book him or anybody else in, if need be, but booking in closes 3pm Saturday.


10-07-2009, 07:35 PM
hi cris I will pop up about 2pm to help is there anything I need to bring?

10-07-2009, 08:41 PM
Hi Carl

We're just gonna do the grass and tidy the layout but if you want to bring anything to sort the tabletop then bring it and we'll have a look.

See you tomorrow:)

11-07-2009, 12:56 PM
sorry cris not able to make it to help cut the grass car playin up:mad:, will come up eairly 2moro with simon!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

11-07-2009, 05:39 PM
Would be good to see you and Simon early if poss tomorrow carl as grass is done, ramp is usable but ripped the whole track up to cut it with Daves big mower, proper job.
Its gone back down again but just needs simons expert hand to finish it off. Would have finished today but had too much on and felt quite ill,(threw up all over my drive when I got home):blush::cry:

11-07-2009, 07:54 PM
Sorry guys scott jnr will not be racing tomorrow...I will see you all there though

No. 46
12-07-2009, 05:45 PM
Big thanks to all involved.

It was a cracking meeting with some excellent racing.

Video of the 4wd A final



George Fairweather

13-07-2009, 02:14 AM
Thanks to all. Put on a really good show today NBC:D. Bloody good atmosphere, very friendly and plenty of banter.

Those bombholes are addictive. Doesn't matter how much I knew it was going to hurt, I just had to keep trying the leaps of faith.

Weather was great, little bit cooked, but no damage as the Morrison fashion accessory worked a treat. :lol:

Congratulations to Simon Watson, 2WD win, Carl on his 2nd place 4WD finish and set of TP cells, with George. Congratulations to Andy East for winning the 4WD Championship, with 2 rounds spare.

Thanks again to NBC. See ya'll later.

PS - It was interesting to find out there was a fault line in Norfolk. Let's name the epicenter, Chester!:lol: