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Just three weeks to go

In three weeks the 2019 Zenoah challenge cup will be drawing to a close with the main finals underway.

Currently we have 15 drivers in the 2 WD buggy class, 39 in the 4 WD buggy class and 37 in the Shortcourse class.

Like previous events all pilots will be pitting within a dedicate arena which is just yards away from the entry point into the 2019 race track.

Just like Essex can we remind all pilots to keep the pitting area, and the whole site clean and tidy.

Also pilots are reminded to bring your own pitting table and chairs etc.

All hotel rooms onsite are occupied for the duration of our race weekend

Darren

Countdown continues

The organisers of this years meeting wish to confirm that there are a few places remaining, currently there are 86 drivers booked in as follows.

 

2 Wheel Drive Buggy Class –  14

4 Wheel Drive Buggy Class –  38 

Short Course Class – 34

 

We look forward to welcoming you to the 2019 Zenoah challenge cup in February

Darren

2019 Zenoah Challenge Cup News

Its taken nearly 12 months, but we have done it, the organisers of the Zenoah Challenge Cup can confirm that they have sourced an alternative equestrian centre in the Harrogate area to host our event in 2019 and hopefully beyond too. We have today paid the deposit so get the 8,9 and 10th February in your event calendars.

Booking in will open on Sunday 7th October and we will be limiting numbers to 121 attendees across the classes. Like previous years a non refundable deposit will be required to reserve your place at this popular event.

Please keep visiting our website, facebook page for the latest news as we update the sites to reflect our new location.

Along with having a main arena we will be hiring a second for pitting which has a small walk way from one to the other, the centre has plenty of parking, camping space, café, function roombar area and a 13 room b&b which the event has rented for the weekend. Further details will be released as we progress.

The Zenoah challenge cup organisers wish to thank the Spring House group and the Birtwistle family for welcoming us to the Harrogate riding and language centre.

For those who attended previous events will be aware that Norton heath was an active centre around our meeting and our new venue will be no different, they have an active livery yard and we ask that you respect this and likewise the place is kept tidy with rubbish placed in the owners skip as required.

Darren Worth

BRCA LSOR Chairman