The Zenoah Challenge Cup is held at :-
Harrogate Riding & Language Centre
This is the only large scale off-road indoor meeting in the race calender.
The race its self is held in an indoor equestrian arena, with another arena for pitting in.
The organisers of this year Zenoah Challenge Cup would like to thank all those who have entered the event to date as earlier to day we reached our 90th entrant, well we would do if one of our sponsors booked in. Taking team Rossmod’s into account this years event has attracted the highest level of pre-event bookings and as such the organisers will be limiting the event to 10 heats. These heats are currently split with 3 heats of 2 wheel drive (inc baja), 3 heats of short course plus 4 heats of 4 wheel drive buggies. What this means is that the organisers are limiting the attendance to 110 drivers so with less then 2 weeks to go there are just 20 places remaining at the UK’s largest large scale off road indoor event of the year.
The organisers have also confirmed that the meeting has not only attracted ex Large Scale World Champion Ian Oddie but all the class winners from the 2013 BRCA Large Scale Off Road National Series and some of the best Large Scale on road drivers in the UK, not to mention the talented drivers coming from all over Europe too so don’t be afraid come and take part and say hey to these guys as they will all be willing to help answer any questions. Likewise so will the engine tuning experts on site from Oddified, Evo Engines, BZM, Rn Tuning too plus bring your wallets as the traders will be carrying 1000’s of large scale parts, bits and bodyshells, some may even have cars for sale.
Toni and Michelle have made us aware that on the 6th February they have a British Dressage competition on during the day and would welcome it if those arriving on Thursday before this event is over could park the café\entrance side of the car park as the competitors will be warming up in the indoor arena with the actual tests taking place in the outdoor arena.
They will confirm on the 4th February the expected completion time and after this time we can park up once the horse vehicles etc have left, in the mean time the café will be open through out the day and an organiser will be onsite to take race entry details and payment.
Once we have this expected completion time we will announce the anticipated build time which any assistance given would be appreciated.