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Castlecroft last won the day on July 9 2018

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    12-page colour brochure promoting the full Westfield range. (Submitted by Castlecroft)
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    Flyer promoting Westfield Jubilee models. (Submitted by Castlecroft)
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    Flyer with info on the Mega range. (Supplied by Castlecroft)
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    Colour brochure covering full range of Westfield models. (Supplied by Castlecroft)
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    Promotional brochure with technical information on the Megabusa / Megablade range. (Supplied by Castlecroft)
  6. Original ad https://forum.wscc.co.uk/forum/topic/127266-boot-box-for-sale-sold/?tab=comments#comment-1342588
  7. I'm the original owner of the boot box.. and it was a factory fit on the car for the rac roll bar that's in your pic... We had to change to a full cage when we went hill climbing, hence the boot box was spare...
  8. On our harnesses we have these Velcro loops to aid undoing the shoulder straps... see pic you use them by pulling up to release...
  9. Hi rob55, we run a Odyssey PC625 Extreme...
  10. there are about 4 bolts through the channel in to the chassis - with rivnuts in the chassis -- these slightly pinch the channel but not so much that it grips the diffuser tightly... the rear has three bolts through the diffuser, again with rivnuts in the rear of the chassis - here we also use some rubber washers to pack out the rear bolts so that we are not over stressing the diffuser from the front to the back -- these also allow for some air flow from the diff area over the diffuser to prevent too much of a differential pressure pulling the diffuser down...... some use quick release fixings for the rear, but i have heard that these can in extreme circumstances "de-latch" hence lose the diffuser whilst driving ... so we chose the straight bolts .. simple and cheap to remove we undo the three rear bolts - and then slide the diffuser out .... we have never had a problem with the diffuser becoming detached - and we get up to about 110mph at pembrey... does a duffuser make any difference? - i would say that its more cosmetic than aero - but it means that the whole of our car has a flat floor from front to back + it stops a lot of crap in the diff area .... pics of the rear fixing ...
  11. leading edge fits in to a slot channel that is bolted to the chassis - with grooved slots in the diffuser where the bolts are
  12. Hi tom, I was browsing around and found this web site.... I don’t know of it’s pedigree, or any of the companies listed, but it may give you some leads https://www.rollingroadregister.com/
  13. IMO i dont think it would pass an mot - also other clauses that the blue book states which MAY also be relevant are below ---- but if in doubt then ask a scrute..... however, if you are really that desperate to save the weight then go on a diet ... its the cheapest weight saving option by far Page 166 section k – competition safety 2.2. Seats. All seats should be correctly located and securely anchored in such a way as to allow no movement in squab or backrest page 341 - Sprint and Hill Climb Vehicles 10.1.8. Road-Going Series Production and Road-Going Specialist Cars: front seats may be replaced by fully trimmed Competition versions
  14. But if you are competing / running in a road going class then a reverse gear is required.
  15. Hmmm.... but zzr (no numbers) are still listed in list 1c... so is it a compound type?
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