Sprint News Needs You!! (Posted on 28/10/2014 by Ralph Dodds) As always, Sprint is the magazine it is because of input from you, the members. Our team of voluntary Editors (yes, we do this in our 'spare' time!!!) work hard every month to bring you a magazine packed full of TVR articles and news.
However, we know there's a lot of interesting stuff out there that we don't get to see.....
so we need to add yet another Newshound to help us track even more of them down.
If you have an interest in all things TVR, and a few hours spare per month to collate and chase TVR news stories for us, please get in touch!
Even if you don't feel you'd like to join the team, please always think of us when you see anything interesting! In either case we always love to hear from you at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tim takes DTEC title for third time (Posted on 22/10/2014 by Ralph Dodds) 2009/2012 Dunlop TVR Champion Tim Davis made it three championships in six years at Oulton Park at the weekend when he lifted the 2014 trophy after his seventh win of the season in his AJP Tuscan. Close behind was Class B Champion Jim Walsh in his Tuscan RV8 and in third position, and second in Class A was 2011 Champion Hugh Marshall, also in an ATP Tuscan. Class C was won by championship rookie Mike Luck in a Chimaera, fourth overall. Last year’s champion, Dean Cook, had moved up to Class A+ with a Sagaris AJP in which he took class honours and eighth overall with nine victories and one second place. Congratulations to them all.
Moggy scrapes home! (Posted on 19/10/2014 by Ralph Dodds) As the TVRCC Speed Championship entered its final round at Castle Combe in wet, windy and wild conditions, it was Mike Roe who led the championship. But a perfect round by Steve Mogg just clinched it to take the season's honours. Congratulations Steve; full report in the motorsport page.
Opportunity to get your TVR on TV (Posted on 02/10/2014 by Ralph Dodds) The Club have been asked to try to find a convertible TVR to appear in a pilot of a new TV sitcom. Ideally they're looking for a Griffith, Chimaera or Tamora but would consider an S. For full details please log onto our discussion forums.
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