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Nuevos cambios en ésta Edición.

Cambiamos el alojamiento recomendado por la Organización, de las 3 Posadas de años anteriores a un único Hotel, el denominado Colegiata, situado detrás del propio Camping, el mismo donde se dejaban los remolques.

En dicho Hotel, celebraremos asi mismo la Cena de Entrega de Premios el sábado sobre las 22 h.

www.hotelcolegiata.com/es-es

Saludos

JLM
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Los días 21 y 22 de Septiembre celebraremos la XIII Edición de la Clásica CAMPING SANTILLANA - Cantabria Infinita de Regularidad Histórica, en la que ya estamos trabajando.

Es una de las 5 pruebas puntuables para el Desafío Clásico 2018 con coef. 1.

Tiene su sede en la localidad de Santillana del Mar (Cantabria), concretamente en El Camping de Santillana.
Todo el recorrido gira el centro y sur de Cantabria (recorrido total de aproximadamente 500 km.). Los tramos se realizarán con modalidades de regularidad muy diversa (medias, tablas, hitos, viñetas..) a la par que asequibles y entretenidos.

Tendrá un formato utilizado en años anteriores, abandonando el utilizado el pasado año 2017, con lo que contará con Tramo de Calibración publicado con antelacion y los Rutómetros serán entregados con anterioridad a la salida.
Contará con dos Etapas, la primera el viernes en horario de tarde y noche y la segunda la jornada completa del sabado, desde aprox. 10:00h hasta las 20:00h. con una parada para comer y una segunda parada para un café a media tarde.

Otra novedad de ésta edición será la creación de una nueva categoría para vehículos de menos de 25 años, todos encuadrados en un único apartado de Sin Instrumentos que denominamos PROMOCION, esperando atraer a Equipos que participando, puedan formarse con vistas a hacerlo con vehículos Clásicos en un futuro.

En el apartado de Premios, serán ampliados de la siguiente manera:

Los 10 primeros Equipos
Los 3 Primeros en Sin Instrumentos
Los 3 Primeros en Menos de 1.000 cc
Los 3 Primeros Sin Instrumentos (Categoría PROMOCION)
Al Coche más antiguo
Al Equipo con más Ceros.
Escuderías
y el numero máximo de Tramos con sus propios Trofeos para los ganadores de los mismos. Estos Premios no serán acumulativos.

Seguiremos informando.
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Regularidad / Re:VI Entresierras Histórico-Guijuelo (1, 2 y 3 de junio 2018)
« Último mensaje por Guillufe en Ayer a las 21:56:11 »
MÁS.

TROFEOS:

.....

 TRES PRIMEROS DE LA TIERRA.

....

Y para los que somos de otro Planeta?
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Regularidad / Re:VI Entresierras Histórico-Guijuelo (1, 2 y 3 de junio 2018)
« Último mensaje por CORSINO en Ayer a las 19:58:03 »
MÁS.

TROFEOS:

 10 PRIMEROS CLASIFICADOS.

 EQUIPO GANADOR

 TRES PRIMEROS SIN APARATOS

 TRES PRIMEROS MENOS DE MIL CENTÍMETROS.

 TRES PRIMEROS DE LA TIERRA.

 8 TRAMOS ESPECIALES CON TROFEO PARA EL GANADOR, NO ACUMULABLE.

 OBSEQUIO PARA TODOS DE LA ORGANIZACIÓN.

 OBSEQUIO PARA TODOS DE LA DENOMINACIÓN DE ORIGEN JAMÓN DE GUIJUELO.

 Y MUCHAS MAS SORPRESAS.
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Regularidad / Re:VI Entresierras Histórico-Guijuelo (1, 2 y 3 de junio 2018)
« Último mensaje por CORSINO en Ayer a las 19:54:45 »
Tranquilos, estan todos los importantes en la lista....... Estamos rematando..... De momento os anticipo que tomarán salida en Guijuelo unos 5x valientes....
Por temas de tráfico e infraestructuras queríamos cortar este año en 50 participantes, pero ya sabéis compromisos de última hora nos tienen pendientes de la lista definitiva...

A partir del Lunes, que ya me dedicare en jornada completa a la prueba, iremos informando de todo...

Las dudas y preguntas irlas planteando e intentare solventarlas....

Besos a todas y abrazos a todos.




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Regularidad / Re:Porsche Classic Series 2018
« Último mensaje por Yesus127 en Ayer a las 16:28:05 »
La lista de inscritos de la prueba de Jarama empieza a "coger forma"... :rallye:



Un par de vídeos de la prueba anterior, sobre tierra :conducir::

https://youtu.be/V8ak0cWQqj8

https://twitter.com/Porsche_BCN/status/999581962535886848


Saludos
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Regularidad / Re:RALLYE CIUDAD DE VALLADOLID 2018. 12 DE MAYO
« Último mensaje por Yesus127 en Ayer a las 16:18:56 »
 :-[ :-[ :-[
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MERCEDES 300SL ROADSTER CONFIRMED AS THE FIRST ENTRY INTO SILVERSTONE CLASSIC SALE

A gorgeous 1958 Mercedes 300SL Roadster has been confirmed as the first entry into Silverstone Auctions’ Silverstone Classic Sale which will take place on the 21st and 22nd July as part of the world’s biggest classic motor racing festival.

One of only 1,858 Roadsters ever built, this 300SL underwent a full restoration when it arrived in the UK in 1999. One of only two UK Mercedes-Benz engineers invited to Germany to be factory trained on the 300SL from launch completed the restoration and the stunning motor car will now be offered for sale with an estimate of £700,000 to £800,000.

“The 300SL Roadster is a timeless classic, as beautiful now as it was 60 years ago,” says Nick Whale, managing director of Silverstone Auctions. “It has stood the test of time as one of the earliest and greatest race bred road cars. Its complex mix of engineering and beauty make it one of the most respected road going classics ever made so it is fitting that we have the pleasure to offer it at the Silverstone Classic in July.”

This early 300SL Roadster was supplied new to the USA in 1958 and remained there until it was imported and sold to the current owner, a distinguished member of the BRDC, by Brian Classic. On arrival in the UK in 1999 the 300SL was given a thorough restoration, with the engine and gearbox entrusted to Ron Waghorn, one of two Mercedes engineers trained on the 300SL at launch. Ex-McLaren engineer Kerry Adams was tasked with the metal fabrication for the body and frame, and APR Cars of Ruislip were responsible for the bare metal repaint in the Roadsters original Cream. Meanwhile the interior was accurately retrimmed in red leather by Morris McDonald. The entirety of the restoration was completed in 2001 and an extensive photographic record of the process is included in the vehicle history file.

Since the restoration was completed in 2001, the car has covered a total of 9,000 miles all across Europe including Scotland, France, Italy, Jordan and Monaco bringing the total mileage to just over 89,000. Throughout this time the car has been maintained by Ron Waghorn until his retirement in 2007, with maintenance then being given to Tommy Johnston, the only other man invited to Germany to train on the 300SL at launch, until his retirement in 2011. The car is now maintained by the highly respected Neil Corns of Omega Motorsport who ensured the injection fuel pump was rebuilt last year at HK Engineering in Germany as part of its annual maintenance programme at a cost of 13,800 Euros.

The car is finished today in its original colour scheme of Cream with red leather and comes complete as a matching numbers car with its original engine, gearbox and rear axle. This is a rare opportunity to purchase an exceptional car with great patina and perfect provenance.

“The Silverstone Classic Sale is always one of our most popular and high profile auctions of the year,” adds Nick. “Indeed, the quality of this first entry means this is likely to be the case again this year and with a limited number of auction spaces available, we’d advise anyone looking to enter a quality classic to get in touch at the earliest opportunity.”

Vendors looking to sell their car at Silverstone Auctions’ Silverstone Classic Sale can expect their car to benefit from extensive global pre-sale marketing and will pay a seller’s commission of just 5 per cent +VAT.

For more information on the Mercedes 300SL roadster or details of how to submit an entry into the Silverstone Classic Sale, visit www.silverstoneauctions.com.

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RECORD ENTRIES FOR CCA’S JUNE SALE

A record 182 classic cars will head to auction on the 2nd June for Classic Car Auctions’ (CCA) biggest ever one day sale at the Warwickshire Event Centre.

The sale features a wide range of ‘everyman’ classics, from a 2008 BMW M5 Touring estimated at £23,000 to £26,000 through to a 1969 Mini Cooper S MKII estimated at £20,000 to £25,000 as well as a 1985 Bitter SC 3.9, estimated at £22,000 to £26,000.

The highlight lot of the auction however is an exquisite 1967 Mercedes-Benz 230SL ‘Pagoda’ which has been treated to a recent refresh with a new wood veneer, roof lining, sun visors, doorcards, new dash and reupholstered seats. All of the work was carried out by a marque specialist and this gorgeous classic Mercedes comes with a presale estimate of £45,000 to £50,000.

“Our June Sale is a fantastic opportunity for enthusiasts to pick up an amazing ‘everyman’ classic just at the start of the summer,” says Gary Dunne, sales manager at CCA. “This auction is our biggest ever one day sale at 182 cars and the range of cars of offer is staggering. Whether a Land Rover or a Maserati, a Mini or a Hummer there’s something for everyone.”

Other significant cars in the sale include a pair of 1991 Ferrari Mondials, one in coupe form the other a cabriolet. The coupe model has been owned by a Ferrari Owners club member for the past 17 years and is estimated between £32,000 and £36,000. The Cabriolet has recently benefited from £4,000 of servicing at the hands of a Ferrari specialist and has an estimate of £38,000 to £42,000.

The highest estimated lot in the sale is a 1960 Austin Healey Alloy Bodied 3000 BT7 estimated at £50,000 to £60,000. The car is fitted with a Works spec engine which was rebuilt approximately 14,000 miles ago. The car is finished in the classic shade of Healey Ice Blue on Old English White and comes with a hardtop in a matching colour.

Another classic British roadster featured in the sale is a 1970 MGB Roadster which received a full bare shell restoration in Bronze Yellow and fitted with Overdrive, Rostyle wheels, a carpeted boot, and a Motolita wood-rim wheel. With 88,000 miles the MGB has an estimate of £8,000 to £10,000.

Jaguars in the 1960’s were the favoured car amongst the criminal underworld and a 1963 Jaguar Mark X estimated at £13,000 to £18,000 is reported to have been owned by East End gangsters the Kray Twins. Documentation including handbook and warranty card signed by Reg Kray suggest he purchased the car new in 1963.

There is also a selection of German classics in the sale including a fantastic 1985 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 Targa estimated at £35,000 to £40,000. The definitive sports car of the 80’s, this 911 Targa is finished in Guards Red and has a completely unmarked black leather interior. Another fantastic bahnstormer in the sale is a 1988 BMW M635 CSi estimated at £14,000 to £18,000, powered by the same 3.5 litre 6 cylinder engine that was fitted in the legendary M1. This M635 comes in the popular shade of Alpine White. Also a 1999 BMW Z3 Coupe featured at the June Sale comes in a lovely shade of Estoril Blue and has the amazing 3.2 litre straight six engine from the E36 M3 with 317bhp on tap. It’s estimated at £25,000 to £30,000.

To see the full line-up of classics available at the CCA June Sale visit: https://www.classiccarauctions.co.uk/cca-june-2018-classic-car-sale/view_lots/pn/all

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Regularidad / Re:I Rallye Becerril de la Sierra (14 de abril de 2018)
« Último mensaje por Q-Slot en Ayer a las 13:20:02 »
El número 160 de Coches Clásicos incluye la crónica a una página del Rally de Becerril, homenaje al Pub Seis Peniques.
Saludos,
Quintana
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