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Thread: Trials Marlins

  1. #41
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    Re: Trials Marlins

    Fiddle brakes are not allowed on "classic car trial" events, only on sporting car trials. We have at least a half dozen Roadster trials cars down here in Cornwall, 3mgb powered, a pinto, x flow, twin cam , and my v8, they lend themselves very well to trialling, although, more modern kits ,ie the Liege, are considerably more able these days. Classic trials are great fun, rarely damage a prepped car, beyond a multitude of scratches, and bent front bumpers, I thoughrely recommend having ago if your thinking about it, you wont regret it....

  2. #42
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    Re: Trials Marlins

    Quote Originally Posted by HairyDave View Post
    Cheers for that Tony, I know Feb 19 is a bit away yet but I have been on The Fellside website and it doesn't mention geographic locations. I would like to go and see what happens first.
    Dave.
    Hi Dave
    The best place to watch is Sandale OS map ref 85/246404. Many of the sections are in the Forests and not easily accessible to spectate Sandale usually opens early afternoon.
    Alternatively if you felt like marshalling you would be with a team on one of the other sections.

  3. #43
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    Re: Trials Marlins

    I've just contacted the Fellside club to see what's involved in entering. If I do compete in this or any other trial I'll try and do a write up of what's involved from a novice perspective.

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