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icon14.gif  CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Thu, 08 July 2004 01:32 Go to next message
Hi all,

I thought now that we are about 4 weeks out from the Track Day it would be good to get a bit of a roll call going and make sure that people are aware that it's going to cost about $120 (i.e. if need be start saving some dollars for the event now as it's not a cheap day out, but it will be an amazingly good fun day no doubt and not something we do very often!)

It's a Monday too so get the day off if you have to (like me).

Well I will be there with bells on! No idea how the car will like it but I won't know unless I go Evil or Very Mad .

Post if you are going to watch or drive. The watchers might be able to do some filming/timing too if the gear is there to do it.

The list:
1. Mitch (Driving) (1:52 Razz I have a feeling Tweety will be a bit quicker than this, remember, it's not an economy run)
2. Me (Shane) (Driving) (1:18 Rolling Eyes)
3. Phil Eacott (Driving) (MA61 Supra 1:45)
4. Justin (AE86 or R32) (Driving) (1:18 in Sprinter, 1:18 in Skyline which is 4 sale) Toyota powah!
5. Azrael (Spectating) (RA40 2:30 or TA22 1:55)
6. Phil L. (Spectator/pit crew/CCG head mechanic)
7. ToyCam (Broken car) (Sprintah! 2:30)
8. Justen (Driving) (GT4 1:13 or UZ185!! <1:11 Shocked )
11. Jane Greagg (Driving) (GT Starlet Turbo 1:30)
12. Peter Greagg (Driving) (3TGT RA40 1:30)
13. Ben Burston (Driving) (BMW318 1:35)
14. Matt (Driving) (GT4 1:16)
15. Anthony (Driving) (Gold 28 1GGTE RA28 1:20)
16. Adrian (Driving) (200SX 1:35)
17. Angela (Driving) (Skyline GTR 1:30)
18. Jack (Driving) (TA22 3SGTE 1:18)
19. Lindsay (Driving) (Mk1 Escort 1:20)
20. Rodger (Driving) (TA22 1:20)
21. Jinxinferno (Driving) (MR2 1:40)
22. Jason (Driving) (4AGZE AE86 1:20)
23. Damien (Driving) (FWD GTZ Levin 1:30)

Cheers,

Shane.

[Updated on: Thu, 05 August 2004 23:47]

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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Thu, 08 July 2004 07:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
hmmmm...

hmmmmmmmmmm...........

well, well, well,

I'll be there one way or another but I don't know what car I'll actually be in. I was plannign on giving the celica its one last hoorah out at the track for its farewell, but It has suddenly developed more problems, something in either the driveshaft or hub is making it dangerous to drive, So I am gonna concentrate on getting the MR2 on the Road ASAP, if that goes to plan I may have him there for running laps, otherwise I won't be running at all Crying or Very Sad (oh why?) Have to get back to you guys when I know for certain.

Crying or Very Sad bummer Crying or Very Sad
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Thu, 08 July 2004 07:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Yep definately count Tweety and I in for a bit of fun. Considering all the requests we have had for a day like this I hope the $120 does not scare too many off!

I think Phil Eacott in his revived Supra and Justin in the Syline OR 4AGZE Sprinter????? Come on guys who want to put their wallet where there mouth is? Its just as much as a good night out on the turps....without the police!

All cars welcome to attend. experienced or newbys...like me.
Cheers
Mitch

DETAILS FROM PREVIOUS POST:
The Canberra Celica Group (CCG) holding a 'No Speed Day' at Wakefield on MONDAY 9 August 2004. Details from the Wakefield Park Site:
NO SPEED LIMIT DAYS
Drive your own street car $80.00 per day
Wakefield Park licence $40.00 (annually)
Helmet hire available ($20) per day
CAFÉ OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
Cheers
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For more details call Mitch 0408994410 or Phil 0412699144. or
http://www.wakefieldpark.com.au/site/frameset.cfm



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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Fri, 09 July 2004 00:39 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Considering it's a day full of 20 minute sessions then $120 is great value, cheaper than doing 210km/h in a 100km/h zone and you are 99.9% less likely to smack a pedestrian into oblivion on the track than on the street!!

As a comparison, drags was $45, we raced for a total time of less than one minute (4 runs added together) that equates to $2700 dollars an hour to race Shocked

Now Wakefield is 20 minute sessions and we should get a few of them in so it looks like great value to me Very Happy

Wakefield is considered as a relatively tight track so outright power won't necessarily equate to quick times.

Just for fun lets have people guesstimate the quickest lap time they think they will do (much like how we guessed the power of our car before the dyno runs at the CCG dyno day). To give people an idea of times for street cars around Wakefield:
EVO 8 - 1:06 (with a very good driver on board)
Skyline GTR's - 1:13 - 1:16 (competent drivers)
MR2 NA - 1:18 (good driver)
VL Turbo - 1:25 (same driver can do 1:13's in a GTR)

Once people post their guesstimate I will note it beside their name. The prize for the person who can guess closest to their fastest time will win a can of coke from the Cafe (prize will be proudly donated by me Very Happy )

I will make the first guesstimate (I have never been on the track so I really have no idea) the green rolla will do a 1:18 (I hope)

Get motivated people!



[Updated on: Fri, 09 July 2004 00:45]

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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Fri, 09 July 2004 01:22 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Great idea Shano
Tweety has a stonking 60RWKW out of an EFI '3TG' so Im guessing around the 4h 32m 16s lap time, mean difference of 4.3s due to strong wind, upsixed big mac ill have eaten and a frustrated attitude at being the slowest on the day!
OK then as a newby ill say 1.52 minutes??????????
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Fri, 09 July 2004 01:39 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Hmmm that's the first day back at work after two weeks off. I may have to plead with the boss for an extra day, but hell keen...

Ok Leave forms submitted now it's fingers crossed.

Estimated time:

RA40 with grunt 18R power and newbie driver 2:30

or

TA22 (If it's on the road in time) 1:45
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Fri, 09 July 2004 02:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Here is the fool-proof excuse to ring up with on the Monday morning for a day off work:

"I have explosive diurea" (no one will ask about this when you turn up to work on Tuesday either).

A guaranteed success.

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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Fri, 09 July 2004 14:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Mitch: Can we fit & wire the 3TGTE in time?

I'll see if I can bring a video camera along to make my povvo sideline status a little more interesting.

Cheers
Phil L
(the one without the car Sad bring back the boost!)

PS: Phil Eacott: I guess we better get that supra of yours running so you can show us why you should have driven 1000km at bathurst Very Happy Cool

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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Sat, 10 July 2004 06:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
WHOO HOO, my leave has been approved, count me in for a track day!!!!!!!

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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Sat, 10 July 2004 10:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Depending on if i can get leave, the sprinter and me will make an appearance.

Bog stock sprinter + newbie driver = 2:30 mins

PS : Phil L, I owe you at least a 6pack for that engine, its going great Smile

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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Sat, 10 July 2004 15:39 Go to previous messageGo to next message
woohoo I have found the cause of my problems in the noise, its just my steering rack has kinda failed, have the spare off the half cut and it all looks good to be replaced this week.

So I WILL be there driving the celica (I will have my vengance wakefiled Evil or Very Mad )

And with that in mind this being the 4th trip I have had to race on the track and with more powah I guess I could take the track in 1m.26sec (I may take it a little easy after what happened last time out there Embarassed ) although that may be a bit cocky, but hey I have never timed the NA so I don't really have much to compare off anyway

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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Mon, 12 July 2004 04:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
PL

Would love to have it done by then but you know how slow I work on Tweety! At this rate Ill find some time in late August to take Tweety off the road and hook in. Just too busy now and having way too much fun spinning the 235s in the wet just now!

I reckon if you took 3 weeks off, hit the bank for a loan and lived in the garage until 9 August you would have the little beast ready for the track day...Ha!!
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Tue, 13 July 2004 04:32 Go to previous messageGo to next message
OK, why is the time for my sprinter down as 1.01 and the skyline 1.23??? other way round maybe,

Sprinter needs shocks and springs badly, also some new front tyres. so if i have all that in 4weeks ill bring it other wise i'll bring the skyline(gee dam) Time for me in that car? I guess 1.18, as i've been round the track 3years ago in a VR commy wagon, all on my own( and i had my L's!!! advantage of knowing the right people) and i guessed a 2.00 and was very close,

ToyCam
There was a stock blue sprinter (oz spec) up last J racing day, he was pulling 1.30's to 1.25's.

I need somebody to have a good digi video cam, as i plan to do a little drifting. (yes in the skyline, i've been getting some pratice on closed roads)

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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Tue, 13 July 2004 05:10 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Hehehe

SprinterBoy wrote:

OK, why is the time for my sprinter down as 1.01 and the skyline 1.23??? other way round maybe


Reason for this: this is a Toyota Forum and we all know the Sprint3r is uNb3atabl3!!! If you want praise for your Skyrine then check out www.skyrinesaustralia.com (Skyrine is the genuine Jap drifter way to say it)

Just kidding, I shall readjust your times to something more appropriate.

I hope to be bringing a camera on the day, for dorifto and race action!

[Updated on: Fri, 16 July 2004 03:18]

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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Tue, 13 July 2004 05:11 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Yeah, but it was probably driven by a better driver Razz

Plus my car still runs it -original- springs and shocks, and solid front disks. so we'll see how it goes...

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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Tue, 13 July 2004 23:07 Go to previous messageGo to next message
I should hopefully have the video camera on the days so I might have some time in-between racing to get some action shots.
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Thu, 15 July 2004 22:30 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Thats cool, i'm trying to find my OLD OLD camera, it takes full sized VHS tapes! I'm gonna see if i can have some sort of tripod set up for some in cabin shots.
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Fri, 16 July 2004 00:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Another option is if people who have paid to drive their car on the track are not driving (ie they are having a break or have broke their car) they are able to be a passenger in a car (only paid people can be passengers as far as I am aware).

So a steady handed passenger could do some in car filming and commentating!! That way the camer could move about and film different views, but either way would be good footage.
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Fri, 16 July 2004 01:41 Go to previous messageGo to next message
I did some of that in-car footage in Gumby's 23 on the way down to Moruya dirt karts, works quite well and you get a great sound of the engine too!!
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Fri, 16 July 2004 05:10 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Well the White GT4 does consistent 1:13s on 215x17x40 Yokie 595's with approx 13psi. Now running 16.5psi but doubt it'll run as it's up for sale.

The red UZ185.....TBA i guess Smile We'll be flat out getting it sorted in time but if it makes it i'm hopeful of sub 1:11
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Fri, 16 July 2004 05:47 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Shane

A few more for the 'big day out':
Jane Greagg (GT Starlet Turbo) - 1:30 Lap
Peter Greagg (3TGT RA40) - 1:30 Lap
Ben Burston (BMW318) - 1.35 Lap

Ooooh a bit of variety in the CCG ranks eh!
Cheers
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[Updated on: Fri, 16 July 2004 06:26]

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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Fri, 16 July 2004 06:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
well at this rate now I'll be flat out to get any car ready for the track day, replaced the rack in the celi and guess what no fix still sounds bad, its deffinatly in the driveline, already eliminated steering, driveshafts, hubs, wheels bearings, last thing I can think is it may be the gearbox, so I might be fucked this time. ohh well gonna concentrate on the mr2 from here Very Happy
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Fri, 16 July 2004 06:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Big J

Bad news mate. Maybe a quick stop into Bates or someone who will be able to run the car and save you all the anxst of diagnosing it yourself. You will feel a lot better once you definately find out what it is! Hopefully something cheap and easy...if there is such a thing!
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Fri, 16 July 2004 06:16 Go to previous messageGo to next message
yeah mate I don't think cheap and easy exist on this car, yeah ill feel better when I find it, but right now I am soo pissed off with it Mad so its all up in the air for me.
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Fri, 16 July 2004 06:17 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Thats bad luck Joel, sounds like it could even be a slightly damaged tooth on one of the gears within the gearbox??

Roll on with the MR2!! Keep us updated with the progress.
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Fri, 16 July 2004 06:29 Go to previous messageGo to next message
I don't think its one of the tooth I thinks it may more be the viscous coupling starting to slip Sad is so I am shagged, well on the mr2 all thats left to do is were gonna pull the head off replace the gasket and do the valve stem seals, and then get my new wind screen and put it in, although 2 weeks may be pushing it.
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Mon, 19 July 2004 00:36 Go to previous messageGo to next message
I'm not a CCG member, but was past president and treasurer of the now defunct Canberra Celica Club...does that count?

I had the GT4 out the other day and the best I did was a 1:16 with crap tyres.

I should have finished the Group A conversion by then so hopefully I'll be there and it will be a good opportunity to check the IAT's...see whether they've changed much.

Can I be a tentative?

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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Mon, 19 July 2004 00:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Hi Matt
Well I joined the CCC and shortly after that it converted to the now also defunct Toyota Club. Some time later I started our own CCG with Phil Eacott as I had met so many Celica guys cruising that were great lads. Anyway, really hope you can make to see another GT4 make an apperance. We will put you on the list (please Shane) and if you cant make it then just give us a call/post.
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Mon, 19 July 2004 00:58 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Phil Eacott...a name from the past. I don't think he's ever forgiven me for stuffing up his wiring in his '22 when we stuck a 4AGE in.

I'd done it before on a few cars and not had the problems that we did with him.

I'll be there if I can.
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Mon, 19 July 2004 01:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Hey no probs....and we still have probs with bloody wiring! Hope to see you there.Cheers Mitch
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Mon, 19 July 2004 03:18 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Hey have you guys got room for a sydney boy??? I really want to see just how badly the 28 handles.
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Mon, 19 July 2004 03:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
I can't see why not gold28?? Mitch is organising the day and will probably see this shortly and respond, but if you can confirm your attendance I am sure there shouldn't be a problem with it. Very Happy

Shane.

My mods for the day are on track, even after dropping the trolley jack on my foot and turning it black/blue/red and swollen Mad
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Mon, 19 July 2004 03:58 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Oooops!

[Updated on: Mon, 19 July 2004 04:00]

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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Mon, 19 July 2004 03:59 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Hell Yeah! Definately want to see the 28 running hard round the track! If you can confirm ASAP so we can advise numbers that would be great. I think you just got back on the road didnt you so what did you pull at the TOYMODS Dynoday? So what is you guess for a lap time?????
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Mon, 19 July 2004 05:07 Go to previous messageGo to next message
G'day Mitch,

Yep I've had the boss at home confirm my leave. I have to clear it with the other boss at work and I'm there. So yes consider it confirmed. (work is a little slow anyway, so it won't be a problem)

The celica was off the road over Christmas due to a cooked ECU. Long story but it ended up getting an engine swap because of it. You saw the car at dubbo and not much has been done since then. It made 148.7rwkW at dyno day and best of 9.21 at dubbo 1/8th mile. Not bad for a $700 engine.

I don't expect anything special on the track due to the exceptional handling it has (exceptionally bad), but it goes and stops OK so guess around 1:20 mark.

Looking forward to it,

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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Mon, 19 July 2004 05:31 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Will b great to catch up again. 147RWKW will sure make for interesting drifting if the susp is suss!
C ya there.
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Yeah, when I bought the car it had a standard anti-roll bar on the front and a fairly hefty aftermarket one on the back. It was dangerous on a wet road. I am now running on just the front standard and it seems a lot better, for normal driving anyway. Evil or Very Mad
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Mon, 19 July 2004 09:35 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Hey no probs....and we still have probs with bloody wiring!


Don't even mention the "W" word.... There's a certain two-tone supra that owes me some new fingers after spending hours with it this past snowy weekend Mad Laughing

Phil E, you better make a driving appearance at this track day! Very Happy

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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Tue, 20 July 2004 23:31 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Well I have another interesting contender for the day. Adrian from my work in a hot new Nissan 200XS with a fair bit of work done to it to make its maiden voyage on the track. As a first timer he is looking at a conservative 1:35 Lap, but knowing Adrian it will get a fair hiding on the day, so who knows! Cheers. Mitch
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Wed, 21 July 2004 05:41 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Shane...another for the list. Adrian's daughter Angela in a a GT-R Skyline @ 1.30 Lap. Thanks. Mitch.
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Wed, 21 July 2004 05:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
That's great Mitch, one girl in a GTR and another in a GT Starlet, are you trying to make us guys look bad on the track Laughing

If any more females want to come they have to be driving Excels or Barinas Laughing

Just kidding, it's looking like a great turnout.

I better do some more work on the car tonight to get it ready in time!

AND we are waiting for confirmation of Phil Eacotts attendance!!
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Wed, 21 July 2004 06:16 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Well I think I have another young lady in Mazda SP20 but will confirm ASAP. Phil Eacott is back from sunny QLD and thanks to Phil Lawrence working for hours and hours in the freezing cold over the WE on the wiring of the Supra....it lives! Phil has the the Supra at the exhaust shop today and looking good for the 9th. Will chase him up tonight for confirmation and an ET.
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Wed, 21 July 2004 06:28 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Ok, I'm definately up for it. Are we just gonna show up on the day? Or organise something beforehand?

Lap time? Would not have a clue! Maybe 1:20
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Wed, 21 July 2004 06:42 Go to previous messageGo to next message
AE86slut

I will note you down as coming (can you make a note of this too Mitch), as all but 2 (yourself and Gold 28) on the list are coming from Canberra we will be cruising up in a group (from Canberra). We are leaving at 8am on the dot so we should arrive at Wakefield at 9ish. We could meet you NSW guys at the entry to Wakefield if you like? Or inside?

The lap time guesses are just for fun, nothing serious. Most of the people going have not been on the track (myslef included) so they are complete guesses.

Shane.


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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Wed, 21 July 2004 06:52 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Jeremy isnt it?? Your in mate. You may wish to meet up with Anthony (Gold 28) from Skydney Town and make it down for about 9 - 10 am like us. Our event details are:
Event: Wakefield Park Raceway Open track & No Speed Limit Day!
When: Monday, 9 August 2004
Depart Canberra: 8 am from Gateway Shell Servo, Northbourne Avenue.
Where: Wakefield Park Raceway, 4770 Braidwood Rd Goulburn
Cost: $80.00 for the day (paid on the day direct to Wakefield Park)
Details: If you do not have a current licence then add on $40.00 (was $30 now $40) for a Wakefield Clubcomp Licence valid for 12 months. Helmet hire is also available for $20 per day with a $50 Deposit. Long sleeve shirt, long pants and enclosed shoes & helmet are compulsory.

For more details call Mitch 0408994410 or Phil 0412699144 or http://www.wakefieldpark.com.au/site/frameset.cfm
Cheers
Mitch

[Updated on: Wed, 21 July 2004 07:51]

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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Wed, 21 July 2004 08:03 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Phil Eacott is coming and has an ET of 1:45 for the Supra!
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Wed, 21 July 2004 08:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Depending on whether I can get my car sorted (come down Staurday and get a few of my Canberra buddies to help me replace my main rear main seal and sump gasket) I will be there. Car was dynoed last week. Made 297kw @ 17psi. Still more to come as well.
Anyway got my Simmons all sorted and bought some Falken race rubber today.
Put me down for a 1:59, oh, for one lap, make it a 1:18 and I'll work down from there.

Will talk to you Mitch, Justen and Phil and see how our time schedules are to see if we can get my repairs done

Talk soon.
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Wed, 21 July 2004 21:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Hey have you guys got room for a ring in. My brother is keen to have another run around Wakefield in his Mk1 Escort. (Radiator leak last time). He should be good for around 1:20.
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Wed, 21 July 2004 22:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Hi Jack. Yep count be in for a pit crew. Just to see that nasty 22 on the track will be worth the effort. So you doin a Cannon Ball run from Syd to Canberra...Ha! Can stay at my place and use my garage. Ill even heat it for ya!

Anthony. No probs. We'll put him down for a 1:20. Whats your Bros name?
Cheers. Mitch
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Thu, 22 July 2004 00:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bro name is Lindsay.

Hey this is looking like it could be a little busy, do you know if there are many others that are turning up. 20 cars on the day would be great, plenty of track time. Much more than that could slow it down a little. I guess being an open day, we won't know until we get there. Anyhoo I'm looking forward to havin a bit O fun Very Happy <= what I will look like after a couple of laps.
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Thu, 22 July 2004 02:52 Go to previous messageGo to next message
WHAAAAAAA Crying or Very Sad Just had my 22 towed back to the garage this morning after trying to get the muffler welded... Looks like some serious wiring issues, may have to do some granny driving round wakefield in the RA40 instead. Not happy!!!

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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Thu, 22 July 2004 03:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Thanks Mitch. Yep, my name is Jeremy.

Just a note, last time we had almost 60 cars I think and was still a great day.

Anyone got some 15's with race rubber/semi race to lend me?? Razz Evil or Very Mad hehehehe
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Thu, 22 July 2004 06:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
hmm bummer may be sitting this event out at this rate, can't find the fault on the celica, but it has gotten bad, besides even if I did fix it I would need new front brake pads before I go out because I would chew whats left of them on the track. and I don't know if I can afford that since the 4a in the mr2 is totally rooted, needs new rings and head gasket, so shes gonna be a big rebuild, but it will be worth it, I hope Sad
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Thu, 22 July 2004 12:08 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Quote:

the 4a in the mr2 is totally rooted, needs new rings and head gasket, so shes gonna be a big rebuild


Time for a GZE then! Very Happy

19 cars shouldn't be a big deal, with up to 8 on the track at once, and considering that most street cars can't handle more than 5 or so hard laps without cooking either the brakes or engine oil Smile

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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Thu, 22 July 2004 15:49 Go to previous messageGo to next message
well Rolling Eyes funny you should say that Laughing cause just today I ran a guy who had a 4age for sale was hoping it to be the 100kw, but it was the 86kw out of a ae82, but when he asked what car it was for he said do I have a deal for you, he has a 4agze out of an AW11 also for sale, no ECU though, for $1000

No..... I won't be tempted..... must keep it NA for wallets sake Confused
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Thu, 22 July 2004 23:07 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Joel, a wise man once said: "a thin wallet fits in the pocket easier".

Get the ZE you know you want to!
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Fri, 23 July 2004 00:41 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Hey guys I was around at Jason's place last night picking up some wheels and he came up with an awesome idea for getting some racing footage. The idea was to make a bracket for a video camera, that fits on the rear view mirror mounting holes. Any body got some time and welding practice to spare to make 'RACE CAM' a reality???
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Fri, 23 July 2004 00:49 Go to previous messageGo to next message
I'm with shane on this, go the GZ dude, i've been drivning mine around and there aint alot if difference in fuel consumption from the 4a-c, and i was getting 450k's from 38-42L. i think once the GZ is run in it'll be better, and u get better performance, with more room to expand into greater things (coff) turbo (coff coff). hehe.

Well the skyline runs outta rego on the 5th. can anybody give me a hand in passing it? it's all engineered, road worthy everyting,(except cat) any good places?

otherwise i'll be up in the sprinter( anybody got a stock seat to fit sprinter? need one asap!!!)
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Re: CCG - Wakefield Park Track Day Monday 9th August Fri, 23 July 2004 02:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
that would be right..
gumby leaves canberra to live in brisbane, and the CCG goes to wakefield. Very Happy bastards.

just wanted to drop in and say that i wish all the best to the CCG in the future and when im in town ill definatly have to come for a beer oclock Smile

ill definatly be looking forward to seeing you guys in at future events like toyota nationals and summernats!.

cheers guys, gumby

p.s, next toynats I WANNA SEE A CERTAIN RA28 tearing around dubbo! lol and a very yellow TA22 making lots of turbo noises!!! Very Happy

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We have all wanted to see that certain 28 for a while now Very Happy
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