I have been informed today that Richard Tinkler is not going to continue as Club Secretary for 2013.Accordingly I have been asked to take on the processing of Membership Registration Fees.
There has been a lot of interest in the Series this year which is very encouraging considering the chance of a triple dip recession.
Perhaps the old adage of “you can’t take it with you” makes some sense so why not go racing instead?
Before you know it the new season will be upon us especially as we no longer need to dig through the snow to get to our cars!
Can I suggest that you send me your registration fees and applications forms as soon as possible, especially if you wish to retain the same race number you had last year.
If you don’t register then numbers will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
The best way to pay is by BACS which makes life easier for those of you with internet banking.
Also it creates a unique entry on the Club Bank Statement so there is an easy reference to clarify you have paid.
If you BACS your payment please use you surname and car number as the reference.
Don’t forget you still have to fill in your form and send it to me.
I am happy to have an email copy or if you wish to post it then send it to me at;
C.Jones (PBIC)9 Carlton Road Headley Down Bordon Hants GU35 8JW
Same address for cheque’s too;
I will email you to confirm I have received you payment.
Don’t forget – no registration NO RACING!!!!
That’s right folks, it’s time to stop moaning about the snow and get your registrations in for the 2013 Season!
It couldn’t be easier….just go to the Registration Tab at the top of the page, download the form, fill it in and send your £50 in…BACS is the preferred option but you can also send a cheque to me if you prefer.
All the payment details are shown at the foot of the form….
Don’t miss out get your race number reserved along with your place on the grid!
The form can be emailed or posted too…what could be easier?
On a sad note it is with deep regret that I have to inform you that Stuart Musk lost his fight with cancer and passed away peacefully in his sleep on Tuesday 4th December.
Stuart was a long time supporter of the Championship, and was right there at the start when it was the Phoenix Championship run by the Anglia Centre.
Stuart first raced an MGC in the Historic Sports Car Championship, but then moved over to the Anglia Phoenix Championship in its first year of running. He purchased a fully modified Midget race number 35 and campaigned that ever since. Finally retiring when the car was destroyed at Brands Hatch when it was rear ended on the start/finish line.
His claim to fame being that it was his car featured upside down for the Silverstone meeting for many years.
Stuart’s funeral will take place at Colchester Crematorium at 1.15pm, on Monday 17th December 2012 followed by a reception at the Alma Pub, Copford for those who are able to attend.
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