A chance to talk mostly about Bolwell Sports Cars.
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
still having probs with email. there will be more pics on the bolly blog soon hopefully or go to kristan previously mentioned site .
1; John and Penny Hartneys' Nagari
2; Alan and Shirley Harmers' Nagari
1. Mike Julien, Mk7
2. Barry Currie, Nagari
Fastest non Bolwell.
1. John and Penny
2. Alan and Shirley
Henry Stork (taken home by the Hartney's as Henry has no room as he is travelling home via Darwin)
Alan and Shirley .
All the results where very close and is a testament to the continuing quality and hp red eyed mist of the members.
Albany turned on a beautiful 4 days and the venues where great. The people involved in organising the weekend did just great.
Roz (now queen Roz) and Chris did great with the food,venues and accommodation.
Baz, who was going to become a hermit after the lack of cams response (and still none) did wonders with the motorkhana. Luckily cams have competion with a company that does actually foster the grass roots events!
Kevin and Denise did a great job on the trail as no one was going to murder either them or each other and we got to see Albany.
There where a few hard luck stories. Ross Lowe worked extremely hard to get the Ikarra ready only to burn a clutch the night before and tore his muscle. Eddie and Olivia had to pull out at the last minute as Eddie is not a well chappy (get better me boy soon).
Dean, or as I was told was going to drive the mk4,George, will have to wait for his ...
I ragged Dean for not coming for months only to have him turn up. As he is confused by his name, he is now known as Gordean.
John! To say that the new Nagari would not be here and ably kept a secret by Kim, Anne and Sue, is the ultimate . And to top it off, he drove a least a dozen times passed my place, each time saying, please don't let Stacey be around.....For the Bolwell corp to let John use it until his is ready is really great and it certainly attracted MEGA attention where ever it went.
Also , even tho he got me good, John and Sue deserve a great thankyou for their donation to the club that paid for the licenses.
And finally, the people who attended and made the event.
Gary Turner, from the mini car club and helped set up the motorkhana and supplied the fire tender, summed up the atmosphere great.
He said ,' I want to join your club because you are all such a happy, friendly easy going bunch of people'.
And that we certainly are. Can not wait for the next Easter which will be organised by the big V...oh didnt you know. No wonder the vics are going back very slowly..
Stacey. A pres who was got at real good...
Hmm, what's happened here? Have to figure it out and try again.
Officer in charge of lunches.
Couple of really happy chaps showing off their new caps.