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CM-TOTB
1st March 2005, 23:36
Redline Ten of The Best IV -Announcement Ė General Release


Itís our pleasure once again to invite you all to Redline Ten of the Best IV. The event takes place at Elvington Airfield on Sunday 31st July 2005.
Competitor Entry forms are now available to download via our website: www.totb.co.uk (http://www.totb.co.uk)
Spectator tickets are now on sale in our online shop. Event info, rules and regulations, trade information applications and the like are now available to browse online.

Response has already been fantastic from clubs and groups wishing to compete this year and we are pleased to confirm entries from the following Teams/clubs:
The 200+ Club, GTR Register, Team Subaru, Mitsubishi Lancer Register, Vipers, GTO UK, 200SXOC, Skyline Owners Club, Hondas UK, UK Supras, GTIR-OC, RS Cosworth, RS Turbo, Performance Rover Group, FDUK, CCC UK.
Also confirmed so far are the following high powered cars; Calder Racing Supra, Fensport Corrolla/Celicas, Keith Cowieís R32, Martin Hadlandís new Cosworth, Joel English 900+bhp Viper and a quad turbo V12 Skyline! In total 125 cars will compete to prove who has the best all-round road car in the UK.

We still have limited space available for suitable cars that are not part of an existing club/group/team. Performance car Tuners can also apply to compete, either as part of one of the existing Team entries or as individuals, subject to approval and sufficient space.

Spectator ticket prices are the same as before, and are available in advance at just £15 per person from our website, or alternatively can be purchased on the gate on the day from 9am onwards at £20 per adult. There are no limits on spectator numbers. All ticket purchases can be made via www.totb.co.uk (http://www.totb.co.uk) for online orders. Our phoneline number is also on the website for credit card ordering. Clubs and groups can also obtain further discount on entry tickets if purchased in bulk, contact us for details.

This year we are pleased to announce that The Organisation will be looking after the Trade display areas on our behalf. Additionally they will be organising on-site camping for the clubs/groups and competitors in a similar vein to J.A.E.
Clubs and groups who wish to have their own dedicated camping/display area on site can now apply for spaces. For such enquiries contact:
claire.williams@the-organisation.org
Other planned improvements to the event overall include raised grandstands, fully serviced toilets, improved p.a and displays, a new viewing area within the handling arena, and a much improved and enlarged trade display among other changes.

The event format remains the same other than a slight tweak to the handling event, where all competitors will be limited to a maximum of 5 timed runs, to ensure fairness for all competitors. The Overall Redline TOTB4 Champion Award will still be based on total points scored from all 3 events overall (1/4m, handling and Top speed) plus any bonus points gained from the shootout finals. The team trophy is also certain to be highly contested this year.

The Closing date for all competitor entries is 3rd July 2005. There will be a further short period for any last minute team changes or for reserves to take up any places that become available. Please note no refunds will be made after 3rd July. No changes will be made to any team sheets after 14th July 2005 when the entry lists become final.

Any Traders interested in a display area or Event sponsorship should contact
The Organisation: claire.williams@the-organisation.org

All event/team or individual Competitor entry enquiries to
enquiries@trackdayplus.com

Further news and event updates will be sent out monthly to all participating groups, and will be listed on the www.totb.co.uk (http://www.totb.co.uk) website.
Bye for now
The TOTB team

Slooby
1st March 2005, 23:58
Originally posted by CM-TOTB:
The event format remains the same other than a slight tweak to the handling event, where all competitors will be limited to a maximum of 5 timed runs, to ensure fairness for all competitors. Whoohoooo :D

Also the bit about the view areas sounds good too ;)