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Events

Max 5 Series
Sat 4th Jun 2005 to Sun 5th Jun 2005
organised by Central Scotland

Car Count : 17
 
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A two day event at Knockhill racing track, the first time the Max 5 Series has been to Scotland.

Have managed to get vouchers from Knockhill for 50% off gate admission price for this event (?10.00 normal price) will hand them out at Rannoch Station Run or Pub meet on 2nd June, alternatively we could meet up somewhere before going to Knockhill.
Apart from the Max 5 series this is also the 3rd round of the BARC (British Automobile Racing Club) championship so there should be a good variation of cars and classes.  Highlights include the National Legends Championship, TVR Challenge Cup plus the great regular Scottish action from Legends, Radicals, Caterhams and XR2's.
Racing starts from approx 1pm both days with practice and qualifying in the morning.
There will be free admission on the Saturday where qualifying rounds and some races will take place, this would be a better day to get closer to the cars and drivers with the main championship races taking place on the Sunday.

Directions by road

From Edinburgh or the South: After crossing Forth Road Bridge continue on A90/M90 for approx 10 miles to junction 4 signposted Kelty; Take junction 4 exit signposted Kelty and Dollar, at T junction turn left up the hill on B914 for approx 2 miles; At Y junction with white cottage in middle, take right hand fork continuing on B914 signposted Saline and continue on for approx 2 miles; Turn right onto A823 and continue on for approx 2 miles

From Glasgow or the West: Cross over the Kincardine Bridge; At junction with mini roundabout turn left onto A977 signposted Perth and follow road for approx 2 miles; At roundabout go straight over following Perth/Tay Bridge A977 for approx 10 miles to village of Powmill; Having entered Powmill and passing Gartwhinzean Hotel on you left, turn next right 1/4 mile ahead onto A823 and follow road for 5 miles.

From Aberdeen or the North: Heading south on M90 exit junction 6; Turn right onto A977 signposted Kincardine Bridge. Follow road for approx 12 miles to Powmill; Enter Powmill. (Milk Bar on your left) Take next left 1/4 mile ahead onto A823 signposted Dunfermilne/Edinburgh, and follow road for 5 Miles.

Milk Bar is just as you leave Powmill on the right, travelling from Kincardine Bridge.

Situated at very start of Powmill on left, coming from North.

If the East members want, they can try and stop just as you turn into Knockhill, at around 12.45. Or if that's not possible just continue on to the car park, where we will meet up with you.


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Your Comments
4th Jun 2005 18:36 :: kevham
What a great race the MAX5 guys put on.  These guys are really competitive - it was by far the best race of  the Saturday (despite the red flag incident shown in my piccies!)

4th Jun 2005 20:42 :: MaX5 Webmaster
If anybody is going to Knockhill tomorrow.
Car 21 needs a new clutch plate to be able to race. We desperately need clutch for a 1600 19991-1999
If you can help could you please contact Alyn Robson on 07802 360477 phone or text

I\'m down in Yorkshire so I can\'t get one up there for the morning

4th Jun 2005 21:10 :: Graeme Babbs
Called Richard but he doesn't have one.

5th Jun 2005 09:14 :: robbie
All you 5 owners should get your wellies and waterproofs on and get to K/hill to see the Max-5 race today.
I am a season ticket holder and go to K/hill frequently. Yesterday's Max-5 race was one of the best and most exciting races I've seen for a long time.

5th Jun 2005 19:09 :: Stella & Nigel
Just come home after an exciting weekend's watching at Knockhill. The MAX5 race was very close and really good to watch.  Just a reminder Douglas, please could you send your pictures to Alyn@max5racing.com for their website, as their photographer couldn't make it.  Thanks to everyone.

5th Jun 2005 21:32 :: kevham
Just posted some photos from Sunday's racing.  Again, very competitive stuff and the most entertaining race I saw (but I'm biased).  I might have to try and catch the MaX5 series later in the season down south.  Hope they come back next year!

5th Jun 2005 22:06 :: Gordon & Janice
What a fun day out that was. Sorry we didn't get down to the chicane to say hello, too busy watching the mayhem at the hairpin.

Tasty donuts too :-)

6th Jun 2005 21:51 :: Si
Brilliant photos guys!!  Disappointed I couldn't make it :-(

7th Jun 2005 20:31 :: andy g
thanks for saturday glad I met up with you all really looking forward to lindisfarne run on sunday if I want to join club how do I go about it

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