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Blog Update: Sam Taylor : The T Files Latest (1151 Reads)
Posted by admin on Tuesday, September 02, 2008 - 03:10 AM news

So with this being the 'Finale' of the Truggy national season it was another trip up the M6 to the Frankley model stadium in deepest Birmingham,
Im not the biggest fan of astro but will leave all the beating of chests etc to the forum boys as the debate on this subject will never come to an end it seems......
Now those of you that follow my blog(when i actually get round to doing it!) will know a running theme is always the British climate- enter the pouring rain wind etc etc So today was a good day to be on the astro and as always at the nationals we race whatever happens and just hope the copius amounts of silicone and vaseline will do the job!

To read the latest from Sam Taylor : Click Here


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Blog Update: Truggy National rnd 4 Race Report By Brennan Ralls (958 Reads)
Posted by admin on Tuesday, July 15, 2008 - 05:16 PM news

Picture Courtesy of Neil McRae : UK Truggy Pro

Next time i will look at the map before i enter 340 miles & a 5 hour drive stupid ass.
Not so bad as 13th turned out to be lucky.
This weekend was Rnd 4 of the truggy Nat at NORC near county Durham & Newcastle ish.
left 4pm Saturday afternoon from work in Dover looking at France only 20 miles away for a pleasant drive way way up north clear run though.

Sunday was greeted with a dry day , the astro track was well set out & technical. Multiple jump section & banked corners all added up to make a very interesting track although some area's safety for the marshals was a bit suspect so you needed your wits about you.


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Blog Update: Team Mugen Driver Sam Taylor Reports on the 2008 Euro A's (893 Reads)
Posted by admin on Friday, July 11, 2008 - 04:21 PM news

Well its finally got to that time of the year again,
Euro's 2008 was to be held in Crete and after the dire summer back home the thought of a weeks racing in 35-40deg's was sounding pretty damn good- and it was!

20 drivers made the trip from sunny England and as we stepped of the plane we were greeted by complete choas at the airport and searing heat - welcome to Greece!!

Read Sam's Full Report: Here


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Blog Update: 2008 Euro B Report By: Brennan Ralls (712 Reads)
Posted by admin on Friday, July 11, 2008 - 04:17 PM news

Not really sure what to expect on driver caliber, new the uk's entry was strong, With lee darren & ed taking 1,2 & 4 in overall practice myself 21st roughly 5 seconds back the competition was good. The track was typical fast european style with several chicanes where speed was the key. The track was to blue groove during qualifying, which very few of us brits has really experienced as are tracks never really go this far.

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Blog Update: National 3 'Clows Top' Race Report by Sam Taylor (905 Reads)
Posted by admin on Tuesday, June 03, 2008 - 12:54 PM news

My reports usually start off with me talking about the great British summer and how every national meeting seems to escape the blazing sunshine- this was no different so ill leave the references to mud for later on.......

The venue was Farmer Giles's field somewhere in outer Mongolia or so it seemed and as we surveyed the track the tractor he was driving looked like it would be the fastest way round!

Sams Full Race Report can be read Here
Keep up to date with Sam's Progress throughout 2008 Here
Post your Mugen questions to Sam Here


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